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  1. Majestic Heights buyers end six-year wait  19/01/2003 NSUNT
    PENANG, Sat. - Purchasers in the Majestic Heights project, the country's single largest abandoned housing project, can now look forward to receiving the keys to their units after a six-year wait. Paya Terubong State Assemblyman Datuk Dr Loh Hock Hun said today that the keys for the Phase One purchasers would be given on Feb 4.

  2. Firm may sue over 400 ‘silent’ buyers 31/03/2003 The Star BY SYLVIA LOOI
    The liquidator of Majestic Heights Sdn Bhd is contemplating legal action against purchasers who failed to pay RM7,500 each to finance the revival of Taman Terubong Indah (Majestic Heights) Phase 1. Deloitte Kassim Chan corporate reorganisation group executive director Chu Siew Koon said that of the 1,557 purchasers, 760 had paid up while 389 were in the midst of applying for loans.

  3. Ways sought to overcome delay 23/06/2003  The Star By Sylvia Looi
    The liquidator and contractor of the revived Taman Terubong Indah (Majestic Heights) Phase 1 project are looking into ways to quickly complete the project and obtain certificate of fitness (CF).

  4. Five projects to be revived  14/10/2003 The Star
    FIVE of the 14 abandoned housing projects in Penang will be revived by Syarikat Perumahan Negara Bhd (SPNB), the national housing company.

  5. Majestic Heights all set for certificate of fitness 14/12/2003 NSUNT 
    PENANG, Sat. - Majestic Heights, which almost ended up as the country's largest abandoned housing project, will soon be certified as fit for occupation, ending a 10-month wrangle between 1,557 homeowners and unpaid sub-contractors. Paya Terubong Assemblyman Datuk Dr Loh Hock Hun today said the application for the certificate of fitness would be submitted to the Penang Island Municipal Council on Monday as all necessary clearances have been obtained.

  6. Buyers get CF after six years  01/01/2004  The Star PENANG: After a six-year wait, the 1,557 buyers of the Majestic Heights (Taman Terubong Indah) Phase One have finally obtained the Certificate of Fitness (CF) for the project.

  7. A home, after 10 years 01/01/2004 MM
    GEORGETOWN: More than 1,500 purchasers of homes under Phase One of Majestic Heights in Paya Terubong will have much to cheer about this Chinese New Year. Their long-awaited new homes are now ready and have been issued with Certificates of Fitness (CFs) yesterday.

  8. Majestic Heights buyers' 10-year wait finally over 01/01/2004 NST
    PENANG, Wed. - The 10-year wait by 1,557 buyers of Phase One of Majestic Heights in Paya Terubong here, once the country's single largest abandoned housing project, is over. The Penang Island Municipal Council issued certificates of occupation yesterday.

  9. CF – best New Year gift for housebuyers 05/01/2004 The Star
    AT long last – that was the initial response of many buyers of the Majestic Heights (Taman Terubong Indah) Phase One when they first learned that the project had obtained its Certificate of Fitness (CF) recently.
    Describing the CF as the best Chinese New Year gift, technician Kong Chih Leng, 37, said he could not wait to move in with his family.

  10. Settle payment, owners urged 07/02/2004 MM By Shankar Karuppayah
    PAYA TERUBONG: Defaulting owners of the Taman Terubong Indah (phase one) apartments have been told to settle their payments of RM7,500 each. The liquidator, Deloitte KassimChan's corporate re-organisation group project managing advisor Tey Kim Chaw said 334 owners have not responded to letters to pay up.

  11. RM3.5m still owed to sub-contractors 29/02/2004 The Star By Siow Yuen Ching
    THE delay by 334 flat purchasers in paying their RM7,500 revival fee for the Taman Terubong Jaya Indah (Majestic Heights) Phase 1 project has resulted in an outstanding amount of RM3.5m owed to sub-contractors.  

  12. Dr Loh gets a pat on the back from Ka Ting 16/03/2004 The Star By K. KASTURI DEWI
    HOUSING and Local Government Minister Datuk Seri Ong Ka Ting has commended incumbent Paya Terubong assemblyman Datuk Dr Loh Hock Hun for painstakingly helping to settle the problems of purchasers of the Majestic Heights (Taman Terubong Indah) Phase One project in Penang.

  13. Taxi driver among the first to move into flats 07/04/2004 The Star By Siow Yuen Ching
    YEARS of anxiety and sleepless nights have finally ended for taxi driver Osman Majid when he finally moved into his new home at the revived Taman Terubong Indah (Majestic Heights) Phase I, in Paya Terubong, Penang.

  14. Rep: Stop bugging my service staff 12/04/2004 The Star
    Paya Terubong assemblyman Datuk Dr Loh Hock Hun has appealed to purchasers of the completed Majestic Heights Phase I to stop harassing his service centre staff.

  15. Residents grouse about paying upgrading fees 20/07/2004 The Star By NG SU-ANN A
     GROUP of residents from the newly completed Phase 1 of Majestic Heights in Penang are unhappy that they have to pay upgrading fees totalling about RM700 for each unit to the management corporation. Their spokesman Tan Kean Huat said: “Although we are given keys, the electricity and water supply will not be made available to us if we don't settle the amount.

  16. Pinda Akta Perumahan bolehkan pembeli pantau 25/09/2004 Utusan
    PULAU PINANG 24 Sept. - Kerajaan negeri mencadangkan supaya Akta Perumahan dipinda bagi membolehkan pembeli rumah menubuhkan satu jawatankuasa khas untuk memantau perkembangan pelaksanaan projek rumah yang dibeli.Ketua Menteri, Tan Sri Dr. Koh Tsu Koon berkata, akta berkenaan perlu dipinda bagi memasukkan peruntukan tersebut kerana penubuhan jawatankuasa itu akan membuka ruang perbincangan antara pembeli dan pemaju jika wujud sebarang masalah.

  17. Worry over security 16/01/2007 The Star DISTRESSED, Penang.
    THIS is the second time I am writing on behalf of all the local residents of Taman Terubong Indah (better known as Majestic Heights-Phase 1)


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