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Serdang Perdana Project revived
Malay Mail 13/12/2004

KUALA LUMPUR: An abandoned development project at Section 5 in Serdang Perdana, Selangor, is being revived and its first phase is expected to be completed by September next year.

Serdang MP Datuk Yap Pian Hon, who visited the construction site over the weekend, hoped the project would be completed on time without causing further inconvenience to buyers.

The project, undertaken by Temasya Jaya Sdn Bhd, involved reviving 143 shoplots, 857 shop apartments and 512 high-rise residential units. The project was abandoned by Green Crescent Resources Sdn Bhd for three years.

"Another block of 192 units of medium-cost apartments and two blocks of 320 units of service apartments are expected to be completed by March 2006," said Yap.

He said that the new developer is also responsible for building 196 units of low-cost flats by 2007.
The architect, Rahim Abdul Rahman, said there were no structural changes. A total of 1,708 units were offered and taken up by more than 1,300 buyers in 1998 but the project was halted after Green Crescent Resources faced financial problems.

Yap said that among the facilities and utilities needed urgently for the newly-developed areas in Serdang Perdana are proper roads, electricity and water supply, sewerage pipes and treatment ponds, and telephone lines.

"I will meet the relevant Government agencies to ensure the residents have proper basic facilities," said Yap.

He urged the agencies to set up a coordinated committee to ensure good services to these new areas."

Out of the six sections in Serdang Perdana, three sections have been completed while developments at two sections have yet to be carried out.

"Once all developments are completed, there will be more than 5,000 people living in Serdang Perdana," said Yap.

He said that traffic congestion at the traffic light junction is likely to worsen as there is only one access road to Serdang Perdana.

"I have proposed that the Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) find alternative roads to ease the congestion not just for Serdang Perdana residents but also for other residents nearby," said Yap.

He had proposed that the Serdang main road be upgraded to ease the traffic jams there, and at neighbouring Seri Kembangan and Sungai Besi.

It has been reported that work on a RM92 million three-tier interchange to replace the traffic lights at the Sungai Besi Highway will be carried out soon.

The first tier of the proposed interchange will provide for traffic from Balakong to Seri Kembangan, another tier for traffic from the opposite direction, and also an elevated stretch to take traffic from Serdang Lama to Balakong.

Once completed, motorists on the Sungai Besi Highway will enjoy an uninterrupted ride on the highway.


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