Developers abide by Penang's strict clause to build PPRs, says Jagdeep

Susan Loone

Modified 1 Apr 2019, 6:01 am

Penang exco Jagdeep Singh Deo wonders why the DAP is often labelled the "Developers Action Party" when the state imposes a strict compliance clause for developers to built 30 percent of public housing (PPR) units.

"Developers make a lot of money and they do not like me very much as I am the one who imposed such a clause, which requires them to build low- (RM42,000) and low-medium-cost (RM72,500) houses," Jagdeep told a crowd of 50 who attended a workshop on "Understanding and Addressing Housing Issues" in Penang yesterday...

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