Relief for 1,500 house buyers
The Malay Mail 27/3/2006
SUBANG JAYA: Some 1,500 purchasers of Lagoon Perdana apartments and Belvedere condominiums in Bandar Sunway here are relieved that their
abandoned projects will continue from April and July respectively.
Belvedere selVice condominium purchasers' pro-tern committee chairman
Muhamad Faizal Zainuddin said work on the project had stopped since March
"This condo was supposed to be ready by July this year but it did not
progress beyond the groundworks stage," he told The Malay Mail.
Another buyer, Azura Lokman, said she bought a unit of Belvedere in July
2003 and she was promised delivery within three years.
"This is the first property I ever bought and now I have to wait about two
more years for it to be completed," she said.
Mohd Lukhman Ghani, another of the 500 Belvedere purchasers, said he only
knew the Belvedere project was abandoned when he received an invitation for
a dialogue session with the developer yesterday in Subang Jaya.
"All this while, I thought the project was on-going as the developer did not
keep us informed of the situation," he said.
At the dialogue, Tenaga Gagah Sdn Bhd's chief executive officer Ibrahim
Mohamed said both projects will soon resume.
Ibrahim said Tenaga Gagah was part of the Talam Group, out since November
last year, it has come under a new management.
"We will complete the Belvedere project within 20 months starting this
July," he said, adding that the Lagoon Perdana project will resume next
Lagoon Perdana apartments were originally supposed to be ready by June 2003.
"Two blocks of Lagoon Perdana will be completed by October this year, while
another two will be ready by June next year," said Ibrahim.
Also present at the dialogue was Subang Jaya State Assemblyman Datuk Lee Hwa
Beng who urged the purchasers to co-operate with Tenaga so that both
projects would be completed.