31 ‘sick’ projects given new life in May


PUTRAJAYA: A total of 31 “sick” private housing projects have been rehabilitated in May, says Akmal Nasrullah Mohd Nasir.

“Of that total, 28 projects have received the Certificate of Completion and Compliance (CCC), while the other three projects are back on the construction schedule,” said the Deputy Local Government Development Minister, who was updating the media on the status of delayed and abandoned projects.

These rehabilitated projects involved 3,299 housing units, he said according to Bernama.

Since the setting up of an action committee to oversee delayed and abandoned private housing projects last December, Akmal Nasrullah said 149 “sick” projects had been rehabilitated.

“The projects, involving 17,436 housing units with a value of RM15.2bil, have either received a CCC or are back on the construction schedule.

“This committee is always ready to be a facilitator in resolving matters for the purpose of speeding up the process of completion and issuance of the CCC,” he added.

Akmal Nasrullah added that as of May 31, delayed projects had decreased from 141 to 124.

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