No plans for redevelopment, says landowner of Penang convent schools

Convent Light Street. -Photo by Gary Chen/The Star

GEORGE TOWN: The Sisters of the Infant Jesus Malaysia (IJS), landowner of three convent girls' schools in Penang, has said that it has no intention to sell the land for redevelopment.

This follows talk of plans to develop the land on which the schools — SMK Convent Lebuh Light, SMK Convent Pulau Tikus and SK Convent Lebuh Light — are located.

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