Be careful when you buy house with skylight bathroom

June 20th, 2011 by poobalan | View blog reactions Leave a reply »
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Well, in bolehland, you never know what will happen next door. Imagine the horror of the folks below. Your cool skylight shower may end up providing entertainment to others.

I REFER to my complaint which was published on May 12 entitled “Another project to add to traffic jam”.

Shah Alam City Council (MBSA) replied to me on May 27, saying that two notices and two summonses were issued to Iswarabena Sdn Bhd for causing the traffic jam. MBSA will also observe the traffic condition around this area from time to time.

Will this help when the 11 blocks of 16-storey commercial buildings are fully constructed, channelling more cars into the surrounding area?

An officer from Enforcement Department called me on June 1 to say that land-clearing activities on the vacant land was not illegal. How could MBSA approve such a gigantic project before seeking our permission? Is it not the right of the nearby residents to decide the neighbourhood planning?

How could MBSA approve a commercial building project near to a housing estate? Should MBSA plan to have such commercial activities, our housing area should not have been approved in the first place.

I would like to remind MBSA that each house in my housing estate has a skylight bathroom, the doors and windows are all facing the 11 blocks of 16-storey commercial building. We definitely will have no privacy when the commercial building is up.

The development will surely disturb the lives of nearby residents, from construction stage to the completion stage, and the tenants’ occupation. Please stop this project immediately!

Shah Alam



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