PM launches redevelopment Razak Mansion today

KUALA LUMPUR, 20 April - History will be created for residents of Public Housing Razak Mansion here when Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak will launch the Ground Breaking Ceremony and Delivery Confirmation Letter Unit 1Razak Mansion House today.

More sweet, Razak Mansion construction started in 1963 was fully launched in 1968 by Najib's father, who was then the Deputy Prime Minister, Tun Abdul Razak Hussein.

Starting this month, the work of upgrading Razak Mansion, also known as the Public Housing Razak redevelopment project will be implemented.

Federal Territories Minister Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor officiated the ceremony Draws Vote for the New Housing Units 1Razak Mansion with residents recently.

Redevelopment project at a cost of RM150 million, it introduces the concept of replacement dwelling units ?? one to one ?? to residents and will be Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) and the developer appointed by the Public Private Partnership Unit (UKAS) of the Prime Minister.

There are 685 existing units with one bedroom and two bedrooms, each with an area of ​​399 square feet and 504 square feet with a replacement new housing units have three bedrooms and two bathrooms with an area of ​​800 square feet.

Replacement units are based on two groups of 557 owners who have a Sale and Purchase Agreement with the City Hall and 101 units are rented by the local authority.

Meanwhile, opinions Utusan Malaysia to Razak Mansion located in Salak Selatan, near here, today, found a tent for guests has been completed in addition to the staff actively works final preparations for the ceremony.

At the same time, the average residents of the flats built by the government welcomed and eagerly await the arrival of the Prime Minister for the ground-breaking ceremony.

A resident, Ainee Mat, 65, who was a native of the earliest generation in the area are happy to acknowledge the efforts by the government to rebuild the affected flats.