10 abandoned Felda housing projects set to be revived


The Pahang government will take over 10 abandoned Felda Second Generation Housing Project (PGBF) sites.

State local government and housing committee chairman Datuk Abd Rahim Muda said these sites, including Jengka 11, would be taken over from Felda management.

“The implementation of the project is through the Pahang Housing and Real Estate Board (LPHP) in a joint venture with the developer, which is Syarikat KMDI Holding Sdn Bhd.

“The project began in August and is expected to be fully completed by the end of 2023,” he said in a statement.

Abd Rahim added that the state government had also agreed to rebrand the project into a housing scheme named Rumah Pahang.

“The selection of eligible Rumah Pahang buyers is managed by LPHP through the eHousing system, subject to the conditions set by the state government.

“Interested applicants can start applying through the link https://eperumahan.pahang.gov.my as soon as this project is launched,” he said.

Abd Rahim said at this time, the pre-calculation plan and land title application was being prepared for the purpose of obtaining a house sale licence by the company.

He said the maintenance of the eHousing system was also being done to enable applications to be made directly to LPHP.

“A buyer selection special committee has also been established to examine the eligibility of the applications, which will then be taken to the state executive council meeting for finalisation,” said Abd Rahim.

He said LPHP never appointed any party, agency or company for the application to purchase Rumah Pahang.

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