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A daily chore with parking





Flat Seri Perak residents say a multi-storey carpark would not only benefit them but also mosque-goers and visitors to UTC Sentul. ─ Photos M. AZHAR ARIF/The Star

Flat Seri Perak residents say a multi-storey carpark would not only benefit them but also mosque-goers and visitors to UTC Sentul. ─ Photos M. AZHAR ARIF/The Star

IT is not uncommon to hear of parking problems in flats, but for residents of Flat Seri Perak in Sentul, the situation they are facing is quite dire because more than a hundred designated parking bays for residents have been sacrificed to build a school.

This is especially significant as there were not that many spaces to begin with as the ratio of parking spaces for Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) flats built in the 1980s is a mere one bay to four units.

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