Funds obtained from the renegotiation of several Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) land transactions will be used to improve facilities in People's Housing Projects (PPR) and Public Housing (PA), says Federal Territories Minister Khalid Adbul Samad.
"DBKL has collected a total of RM164mil from the negotiation of land that was sold below market price, and this money will be used to revitalise the flats.
"We can add more lamps and CCTV systems and create a better and safer environment for residents," he said during the launch of the My Clean Housing Programme (Program Perumahan Ku Bersih) at the Seri Kota Flats at Bandar Tun Razak, Kuala Lumpur.
He added that this needed the cooperation of the residents to take care of the facilities in the flats.
"Residents need to be aware of the improvements we have done to the flats, like the repainting of the flats building.
"Some who are not aware of our efforts and continue to litter and vandalise the facilities will hamper our efforts to improve the flats environment.
"Taking care of the cleanliness of flats and the facilities is the responsibility of all residents," he said.
The My Clean Housing Programme campaign aims to improve the cleanliness and landscape of PPR and PA housing projects.
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