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State executive councillor for housing Rodziah Ismail (second from left) listens to a brief during her visit to Pangsapuri Ruvena Villa after officiating the Selangor Livable City Physical Project (SDG 11) at Putra Perdana, Sepang, on July 22, 2022. — Picture by HAFIZ OTHMAN/SELANGORKINI

RM140,000 fund fully utilised by MPSepang to upgrade eight apartment areas

SEPANG, July 22 — Pangsapuri Ruvena Villa has been given a facelift with various facilities after the Sepang Municipal Council (MPSepang) upgraded its open space under the aegis of the Selangor Livable City Physical Project (SDG 11).

Council president Datuk Abd Hamid Hussain said the project, which commenced in February, managed to be completed two months ahead of schedule through RM140,000 in funds from the state government.

“Projects such as this have indirectly aided in MPSepang achieving one of the sustainable urban and community development goals,” he said today.

Abd Hamid was speaking at the inauguration of the project, which was officiated by state executive councillor for housing Rodziah Ismail.

The project saw several facilities in the apartment’s open area upgraded, including the children’s playground, the exercise and reflexology site, the swimming pool, and waqf, as well as the installation of solar lights and signs.

He added that he hopes the facilities will benefit the 3,500 households occupying 900 units across 22 blocks of the apartment.

“I hope the Pangsapuri Ruvena Villa’s joint management body will be responsible for taking care of its open space, where the residents are also equally responsible for taking care of the provided facilities,” Abd Hamid said.

The body’s chairman Che Othman Abdullah said the apartment was chosen to have its facilities upgraded due to the dedication of the body’s committee members.

“Without their commitment, I would not have dared to accept the project, as we cannot move without being a group.

“Once I was certain all the bodies involved including the body, the surau and Rukun Tetangga were prepared to work together, we made a pact to successfully realise the project,” he said.

State executive councillor for housing Rodziah Ismail (second from right) with Sepang Municipal Council president Datuk Abd Hamid Hussain (right) during their visit to the completed upgraded facilities of Pangsapuri Ruvena Villa, after officiating the Selangor Livable City Physical Project (SDG 11) at Putra Perdana, Sepang, on July 22, 2022. — Picture by HAFIZ OTHMAN/SELANGORKINI

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