Rehda Institute is proposing the government to expand its role in resolving the various issues troubling the housing sector and to use some of the land at federal and state level’s disposal to build public and social housing.
The research arm of the Real Estate Housing Developers Association (Rehda) also threw up the idea of the government being a landlord, as social rental housing may be the effective way to help the bottom 40 (B40) group.
“Redevelopment on large government tracts of land is the way to go,” Rehda Institute chairman Datuk Jeffrey Ng told a press conference.
Media Title: The Edge Financial Daily
Date: 16 Jul 2018