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COMMENT | People have to wake up, clip the wings of Little Napoleons

COMMENT | On Friday, the Court of Appeal quashed a decision by the Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) allowing a developer to construct an apartment complex in Taman Maluri, Cheras.

The court also ordered Pavilion Integrity Sdn Bhd to halt the construction of the proposed new apartment complex, and for DBKL to acquire the plot of land concerned - known as Lot 810 - and use it to build a 20m road to ease residents’ traffic woes.

Lot 810 was indeed originally designated for road construction under the KL City Plan 2020.

Judge Lee Swee Seng, who chaired the appeals courts’ three-person bench that included judges M Gunalan and Nordin Hassan, when delivering the unanimous decision...

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