Zones Committee


List of Zones Committee

Hulu Selangor / Selayang / Ampang Jaya Zone Committee
Klang / Shah Alam Zone Committee
Kajang / Sepang Zone Committee
Petaling Jaya Zone Committee
Subang Jaya Zone Committee

Roles

  • To study and provide feedback on the implication of any proposed new and changes in policies, regulations, legislations, guidelines, standards etc. from local authorities relating to development of housing and property and to present members’ interest on the issues at related meetings, dialogues or forums; and
  • To engage in regular dialogues and discussions with members and the relevant local authorities to enable legitimate complaints and issues affecting members’ interest can be referred for a solution.
  • To draw, plan and implement programmes for the benefit of member developers having project developments in respective zone.
  • To act as the intermediary between member developers and local councils, district /land offices.

 

Sub-Committees


List of Sub-Committees

1) Events & Publications Sub-Committee

Roles:
To organize social, educational and income generating activities beneficial to the members, Association and the property industry with the aim of:-

  • promoting good rapport among members, between the Association and the relevant government authorities as well as between the Association and other sectors of the property industry
  • providing forums for dialogues and discussions among members, between the Association and relevant government authorities as well as between the Association and other sectors of the property industry
  • enhancing the image of the Association within the industry and the general society

 

2) Membership, Practice & Discipline Sub-Committee

Role:

  • To formulate membership drive to recruit more new members for the Branch.

 

3) Finance & Investment Sub-Committee

Roles:

  • To formulate investment policy for most effective management of the assets and funds of the Association.
  • To develop and execute business plans for the improvement and enhancement of the industry in line with the objectives of the Association.
  • To make recommendations for the acquisition, expansion and general upkeep of the Association’s premises.
  • Where necessary, to provide guidelines for the investment of Branch funds and general management of financial matters at Branch level.

 

4) Sports & Recreation Sub-Committee

Roles:

  • fostering closer relationship and better understanding amongst members
  • building good rapport between REHDA members / others Associations / Government and other industry players and
  • to use the activities as a platform to publicize the good image of REHDA

 

5) Infrastructure, Utilities, Environment Sub-Committee

Roles:

  • To monitor developments in utilities’ requirements affecting land and property development including energy (electricity, solar, etc.), water, communications, gas, etc. and to disseminate relevant information to members expeditiously.
  • To study and provide feedback on the implications of any proposed new and changes in policies, legislations, guidelines, standards, etc. affecting or relating to utilities for the housing and property development industry and to represent members’ interest on the issues at related meetings, dialogues or forums and;
  • To engage in regular dialogues and discussions with members and the relevant authorities and utility providers to enable legitimate complaints and issues affecting members’ interest can be referred for a solution.

 

6) Planning Policies & Standards Sub-Committee

Roles:

  • To monitor developments in planning policies and standards affecting land and property developments and to disseminate relevant information to members expeditiously;
  • To study and provide feedback on the implication of any proposed new and changes in planning policies, regulations, legislations, guidelines, standards etc. affecting or relating to planning and development of housing and property and to present members’ interest on the issues at related meetings, dialogues or forums; and
  • To engage in regular dialogues and discussions with members and the relevant authorities to enable legitimate complaints and issues affecting members’ interest can be referred for a solution.

 

7) Construction Technology and Labour Sub-Committee

Roles:

  • To monitor the development and application of modern construction technology including industrialized building systems, technical standards and labour requirements and workforce structure in the property development industry and to disseminate relevant information to members expeditiously.
  • To study and provide feedback on the implications of any proposed new and changes in policies, regulations, legislations, guidelines, etc. on construction technology, labour and technical standards relating to the housing and property industry and to represent members’ interest on the issues at related meetings, dialogues or forums, and
  • To engage in regular dialogues and discussions with members and the relevant authorities to enable legitimate complaints and issues affecting members’ interest can be referred for a solution.

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