Buildings must be declared ‘safe’

From next year, building owners will have to be more accountable for properties over five storeys high. — filepic

FROM Jan 1 next year, buildings in Kuala Lumpur which are over five storeys high must undergo periodic inspection every 10 years.

This is one of three additional guidelines drawn up by Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) to ensure building owners are accountable for their properties.

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