Firm ‘no’ to proposed rezoning of green space


The lush greenery of the Monterez Golf and Country Club is said to be the last remaining open space in Section U9, Shah Alam and Monterez condominium residents do not want the land to be redeveloped.

STAKEHOLDERS of the Monterez Golf and Country Club in Shah Alam, objecting to the proposed rezoning of the 60.7ha golf course to residential development, are mulling legal action if the state government gives the go-ahead.

Residents and golf club members said the proposed plan infringed on their rights and wanted answers.

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