CBN land lease not renewed, opens option to be fully aided by govt


  • Nation
  • Tuesday, 20 Apr 2021

KUALA LUMPUR: The iconic Bukit Nanas Convent (CBN) will not be demolished once its lease expires and the land it sits on will revert to the government so it can be gazetted as a fully-aided government school, says the Federal Territories Land and Mines Office (PPTGWP).

Its director Datuk Muhammad Yasir said the government's decision not to renew CBN's lease was to ensure that the iconic school becomes a fully-aided government school, which would enable it to receive all the benefits it needs for the future.

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