Penang group looks into quitting of heritage properties

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  • Wednesday, 09 Nov 2016

GEORGE TOWN: The Penang Chinese Chamber of Commerce’s Property Development, Construc­tion and Management Committee wants to know why residents are quitting the state’s heritage properties.

Its Heritage and Tourism Division head Michael Geh said there were many reports claiming that heritage property owners had sold their units, with many bought by foreigners.

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