Taman Desa residents meet KL mayor over mass development woes

Annabelle Lee

23 Jan 2018, 3:32 pagi

Updated 3 years ago


Taman Desa residents met with Kuala Lumpur mayor Mohd Amin Nordin Abdul Aziz today to voice their opposition to the high number of high-density housing developments approved to be built in the area.

Among their concerns were that these developments would worsen traffic congestion and add undue pressure to existing water pipes in the area.

Taman Desa was already home to some 8,000 residents but the Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) recently approved 18 high-density blocks, totalling 5,744 housing units, to be built in the area, said Taman Desa Residents Association deputy president Yap Biow Hwee...