DEVELOPERS are now required to submit a written evaluation on how their proposed development would affect people’s quality of life.
Petaling Jaya city councillor Derek Fernandez said it was also a compulsory requirement for developers to carry out public engagement.
“The engagement must be conducted to allow those likely to be affected by the development an opportunity to submit opinions and views on how it might affect them.
“This will be consistent with the normal practices of MBPJ in seeking views of neighbouring owners and residents to assist in a more informed and better decision making process.
Media Title: The Star
Date: 14 Dec 2019