Netizens too decry Runnymede ancillary buildings demolition


Prime area: An aerial shot showing the flattened ancillary buildings at the Runnymede property in Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah, Penang.

GEORGE TOWN: Netizens and heritage lovers have taken to social media to voice their outrage over the demolition of the ancillary buildings of Runnymede in Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah.

On the Penang Heritage Trust (PHT) public Facebook group, many have been writing against the demolition that took place several days ago and photos of the flattened buildings are being regularly shared.

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