RM37.2mil allocated for several Johor landscape projects

  • Nation
  • Sunday, 08 Nov 2015

BATU PAHAT: The Government has allocated some RM37.2mil to develop several landscape projects in Johor next year, said Urban Wellbeing, Housing and Local Government Deputy Minister Datuk Halimah Mohd Sadique.

Halimah said the Government set aside an allocation to better the landscape of Johor.

She said some of the landscape makeover projects identified included the Batu Pahat town, Taman Tasik Bandar Tenggara, Taman Awam Tepian Sungai Tanjung Agas and Taman Komuniti Kampung Melayu Kluang.

"These are just some the projects that the Federal Government have identified for development next year," she said during the the state Landscape Day celebrations at the Johor Botanical Gardens here on Sunday.

Halimah added that the Federal Government had contributed over RM13mil to develop the state's landscape between 2014 and 2015.

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