CAP baffled by demolition


Troubled lot: Heritage building at the Runnymede is facing uncertain times.

GEORGE TOWN: The Consumers’ Association of Penang is baffled by the demolition of ancillary buildings at the Runnymede property in Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah.

Its president S.M. Mohamed Idris said CAP was “confused” because information on the local council’s One-Stop Centre portal stated that the application for planning approval by a developer had been cancelled as of Nov 24, last year.

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