Housing sector allowed to operate under Phases One and Two

PUTRAJAYA: The housing development sector is now allowed to operate under Phases One and Two of the National Recovery Plan.

The Housing and Local Government Ministry said the decision was made during the pandemic management technical meeting on July 23 and that the permission to operate applies to housing developers whose Advertising Permit and Developer’s Licence was still valid.

In Phase One, activities under the sector that are allowed are those at housing developers’ management office, matters pertaining to vacant possession and house keys, repairs during the defect liability period, and construction work for the Rumah Mesra Rakyat under Syarikat Perumahan Negara Bhd for G1 to G4 contractors.

For states in Phase Two, additional activities that are allowed are sales and marketing activities at developers’ offices, by sales agents, at sales galleries, show units and sub-sale property units.

“The permission for this sector to operate is subject to the latest standard operating procedure that is available on the ministry’s website,” it said, adding that the SOP for construction activities can be found on the Construction Industry Development Board website.

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