For want of a liveable space

The roads in Valencia Apartments have not been resurfaced in years and the drains are clogged, causing flash floods during the rainy season. — Photos: ANIS ABDULLAH/The Star

NESTLED in the heart of Taman Sri Muda, Shah Alam, is a neighbourhood that has locals fearing for their children’s lives and their future.

Residents of Valencia Apartments have been forced to live in squalor with dirty corridors, rowdy neighbours and even drug addicts hanging around the stairways.

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