MPSJ extends deadline for legalising home renovations

Home renovations and extensions are common but not all work carried out has MPSJ’s approval. Photo shows a comparison of houses that had been renovated compared to the original design in the PJS 7 area. — FAIHAN GHANI/The Star

THE deadline for the Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) programme on legalising illegal home renovations or extensions has been extended to Dec 31.

The programme which began in August 2016 was to end on Aug 31 but has been extended following requests from houseowners.

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