KUALA LUMPUR: Contractors and developers are advised by Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) to use the KUL-Submission online application system to expedite processing of their applications.
Kuala Lumpur mayor Datuk Seri Ahmad Fuad Ismail said that although the system was activated six months ago, most applicants still preferred to use the old manual system.
“Online applications will be processed and the results be made known within a month with the new system compared to three months using the old system, and problems with applications can be rectified faster,” he told reporters after launching the KUL-Submission workshop here.
He said the new system is faster and easier compared to the manual method, provided the applicants have fulfilled all requirements set by DBKL to facilitate approval of the projects applied for.
KUL-Submission is an electronic delivery system launched on Oct 18 last year to manage development-proposal applications. It can be accessed at www.dbkl.gov.my by clicking on online service on the right side of the webpage.
On manual applications, Ahmad Fuad said the number of plans required to be submitted manually had been reduced to three sets compared to between 20 and 30 copies previously. — Bernama
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