EIA needed for proposed skytrain and mixed development along Sabah's Likas Bay, says environment group


KOTA KINABALU: An environmental impact assessment (EIA) should be carried out for any development planned along the city's scenic Likas Bay, says the Sabah Environmental Protection Association (Sepa).

Its president Alexander Yee said it was concerned over plans to build a theme park under the proposed multibillion-ringgit Jesselton New City project that will also include a skytrain route.

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