More green and open spaces


A filepic of an open space where residents can get closer to nature.

ISKANDAR PUTERI: Plans are in the pipeline to allocate more green areas or open spaces especially within Iskandar Malaysia which is the country’s first economic growth corridor.

Johor Housing and Local Government committee chairman Datuk Abdul Latiff Bandi said that the state wanted to have a balance between development and ensuring a conducive living environment for the people.

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