Jan 31 deadline for Ramadan bazaar permit application


Traders wanting lots at Ramadan bazaars under MBSJ need to apply online. — Filepic

APPLICATIONS are now open for permits to run stalls at Ramadan bazaars under Subang Jaya City Council’s (MBSJ) purview.

The online application can be accessed via www.mbsj.gov.my or by scanning the QR code posted on MBSJ’s social media platforms.

Submission deadline is Jan 31.

“Interested traders need to register as a my@mbsj user on the portal before they can continue with their application, which is fully online this year,” MBSJ Corporate and Strategic Management Department deputy director Azfarizal Abdul Rashid said in a statement.

“The application process includes registration, uploading supporting documents and payment.

“Priority will be given to traders or residents living in areas under MBSJ’s jurisdiction.

MBSJ’s Ramadan bazaar for 2022 will be in 18 locations, with a total of 1,251 trading lots.

The locations are in the following zones:

Subang Jaya: Jalan USJ 4/5, in front of USJ 7 council stalls, Angsana Flats in USJ 1, Jalan Pinggiran USJ 1/1, next to Batu Tiga night market site and next to Shell petrol station in SS19.

Puchong: Near Sri Mutiara Flats in Putra Heights, Jalan Perdana 2 in Taman Puchong Perdana, Jalan Wawasan 2/22 in Taman Wawasan, Jalan Prima 5/1 in Taman Puchong Prima, Dataran Niaga Puchong Permai, Jalan PU 7/2 in Taman Puchong Utama and Jalan BP 7 in Bandar Bukit Puchong.

Kinrara: Jalan BK 5A/1 in Bandar Kinrara and Jalan Cenuk 1 carpark in Taman Tenaga.

Serdang / Seri Kembangan: Jalan 18/35 in Taman Seri Serdang, Jalan PP 1B in Taman Equine and Jalan PUJ 3/1 in Taman Puncak Jalil.

“Traders are reminded to submit their applications before the deadline.

“MBSJ will not be responsible for any delay in application,” said Azfarizal.

For enquiries, call MBSJ’s Licensing Department at 03-8026 4324 or visit www.mbsj.gov.my.

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