DBKL's New Rules On Renovations Needs Clarity
David Teoh, Council Member, Malaysian Institute of Architects
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KL City Hall now has a new rule from this year that house owners have 1 year to complete their house renovations starting from the date of approval. If renovations are not completed within a year, permission must be reapplied and a reason must be given to convince the One-Stop Centre committee. David Teoh, Council Member of the Malaysian Institute of Architects, talks about some lack of clarity in these new regulations as well as how this will impact homeowners planning to renovate their homes.
Produced by: Moh Heng Ying
Presented by: Keith Kam, Wong Shou Ning
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Categories: government, property
Tags: dbkl, renovations, rules, home ownership,