Council to crack down on illegal home renovations


MBIP says it will take action against owners of low and medium-cost flats who build illegal structures that encroach on the common areas of the buildings. – THOMAS YONG/The Star

LEGAL action will be taken against owners of low and medium-cost flats in Johor Baru for putting up illegal structures or carrying out illegal renovations on their premises.

Iskandar Puteri City Council (MBIP) mayor Datuk Haffiz Ahmad said the illegal structures encroached on the common areas of the apartment buildings.

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