Losing the plot on plot ratios


THREE times a week, without fail, Alicia Wong runs at a little park close to where she lives in Taman Desa, Kuala Lumpur.

This has been her routine on and off for the last five years, ever since she bought her Abadi Ria apartment in this quiet enclave off Old Klang Road. But this is about to change. At least 10 high-rise residential projects in this area have been approved by the local authorities and Alicia’s little park is one of the green spaces earmarked for development.

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