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55,000 sign up for PR1MA online
MORE than 55,000 people have registered online for the 1Malaysia People Housing Scheme (PR1MA), PR1MA chief executive officer Datuk Abdul Mutalib Alias said yesterday.
The number of registrations reflects the needs which had been identified in the company’s market survey, he said.
“As expected, more than 53 per cent of registrants were from the key city centres.
“The number of registrations from Penang was also very high given that the prime minister had launched it there and allowed Penang residents the opportunity to register first.”
He added that the number of registered users was expected to increase after PR1MA’s launch campaign early next year.
He also assured users that the balloting would be fair and transparent.
“The balloting will be done manually and will be audited by external auditors,” he said.
PR1MA Registration Online for Nusantara PR1MA
So far, only applications for the Nusantara PR1MA development have been launched using the online registration system on Dec 13 and the closing date will be announced later.
Other developments in the works include PR1MA Penang, Seremban Utara, Seremban 2, Rasah and Senawang, some of which will be open for applications in the first half of next year and will be announced on the website, www.pr1ma.my.
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Registration of PR1MA in Penang
Great news for all Malaysian and the online registration for 80,000 affordable homes to be built in 50 cities and towns under the Perumahan Rakyat 1Malaysia (PR1MA) will be officially launched in Penang on Saturday.
Those who qualified to apply for PR1MA will be able to take part in the balloting of the houses which will be built at the cost of about RM10bil over the next three years. PR1MA will develop 50,000 homes while the additional 30,000 would be built through collaboration with established private developers.
The registration will be used as an official application for PR1MA homes where the applicant’s eligibility is determined and screened. The system gathers information on demand for houses, future housing needs, types of homes required, applicants’ profiles, income levels and affordability.
How To apply PR1MA ?
- To register, applicants must check their eligibility criteria, and if eligible, they are required to submit their employer verification letter, scanned EA or B form, scanned Employees Provident Fund statement, bank statement and salary slip online.
- Next, they will have to key in their particulars and fill up a questionnaire.
- They will be given a registration number that will be used for correspondence with PR1MA.
- Registered applicants will be notified if houses of their choice are launched and they can submit an application for balloting.
All applications will stand an equal chance of being selected. The balloting will be transparent and we have external auditors to monitor it. Successful balloted numbers will be listed on PR1MA’s website and balloters will be informed via email and SMS.
Applicants must be Malaysians aged above 21 and who do not own more than one home and are working or living in the area where the project is being developed. All applicants could list five areas of choice of locations, adding that they would be alerted of PR1MA projects coming up for balloting via e-mail or SMS.
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PR1MA House Online Registration
The Chief executive officer Datuk Abdul Mutalib Alias has confirmed that Malaysians can begin submitting their applications for PR1MA house online at the end of the year. Currently, the application for PR1MA is made manually and the result can be viewed through website. With the PR1MA House Online Registration system, the process is expected to be much easier and faster.
On other note, Malaysians who buy PR1MA house may be forced to vacate the homes if they do not abide by regulations such as illegally renting out the house to third parties.
“These houses are meant to be owner-occupied unless they have a good reason of leaving the house. “If we receive reports of abuse, PR1MA can buy the house back from the owner and ask them to leave,” he said during a briefing yesterday. However, he said the owner would be given several notices and warnings before any such action is taken.
PR1MA would exercise this power when house owners are found to have submitted false or misleading statements in their application, cease to be Malaysian citizens or for other reasons as provided in the Act. The compensation to be paid by PR1MA for any property compulsorily acquired will also be determined by it.
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It has been quite sometime since the Prime Minister indicated that one of the area that the government will develop PR1MA house is in the area of Bandar Tun Razak. However, until now, there is no new development on the project. We share herewith the news report on the PR1MA at Bandar Tun Razak as quoted by Encik Rizalman, Federal Territory Umno Youth chief.
Public complaints in the Bandar Tun Razak parliamentary constituency are mounting as its MP, Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim, has failed to solve the woes of the constituents, said Bandar Tun Razak Umno Youth chief Datuk Rizalman Mokhtar.
He said 18,250 public complaints, mostly related to housing, hawker and basic amenities, were received by Umno and the Barisan Nasional (BN) since Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) wrested the seat from the BN in the 2008 general election.
“Our offices, which are open every day, are crowded with residents wanting to air their complaints.
“When we asked why they come to us, they said it is difficult to meet their elected representative or even if they were able to meet, he couldn’t solve their problems.
“He gave the excuse that the problems come under the jurisdiction of Kuala Lumpur City Hall and the Ministry of Federal Territories and Urban Well-being. So what is the role of the MP then, they asked,” Rizalman told Bernama.
He cited housing woes as the main reason why the BN lost the Bandar Tun Razak parliamentary seat, saying there were not enough housing schemes for the poor and the lower income group then.
“But the problems are being addressed by the prime minister and the federal territories and urban well-being minister by building affordable housing schemes in the capital, including Bandar Tun Razak for the poor and the low-income group,” he added.
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak recently announced a special funding scheme for the sale of houses under the National Economic Action Council’s People Housing Programme (PPR-MTEN) as well as DBKL public housing, which would commence operation on March 1 to help those who want to buy such houses in the capital.
The prime minister said the Cabinet, at its meeting on Jan 18, had agreed to the scheme proposed by the Federal Territories and Urban Well-being Ministry, with funds from the Employees Provident Fund (EPF).
Rizalman, who is also Federal Territory Umno Youth chief, said Umno Youth and residents welcomed the government’s decision to build the 1Malaysia People’s Housing or PR1MA houses for urban dwellers earning below RM3,000 a month in Bandar Tun Razak.
“Umno Youth understands the housing problems faced by young people in the capital. Furthermore, it is very hard to get affordable homes in Bandar Tun Razak.
“Hence, the constituents should not forget the federal government’s effort in solving their housing woes by giving the BN the opportunity to recapture the Bandar Tun Razak seat (in the next general election),” he said.
Rizalman claimed BN’s forays had borne fruit with 60 per cent of about 90,000 youths in the constituency now behind it, but ironically only about 42,000 of them had registered as voters.
He said that until September last year, 12,000 new voters were registered in the constituency.
Rizalman said the Umno Youth division had lined up 50 social, sports and Islamic religious activities for youths in the constituency this year besides holding celebrations for all festivals with the cooperation of other BN component parties.
Meanwhile, resident Ah Kwang, 35, said various social and sporting programmes organised by the BN in the constituency could help enhance unity with the participation of all communities while hardly any relevant programme was held by the opposition other than political events.
Another resident, M. Yogeswaran, 43, said the BN had carried out many community programmes for the benefit of residents and helped to solve hawker problems while the opposition has failed to live up to expectations.
The Bandar Tun Razak parliamentary constituency covers an area of 3,832 sq km and has 84,000 voters, comprising Malays (52.73 per cent), Chinese (39.47 per cent), Indians (7.17 per cent) and others (0.61 per cent).
The constituency, once a stronghold of the BN, went to the opposition when Khalid beat Datuk Tan Chai Ho of the MCA in the 2008 general election with a majority of 2,515 votes.
The constituency has 22 housing areas, seven mosques, two temples, 17 primary schools, 16 secondary schools and two public institutions of higher learning, namely Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia Medical Centre and an institute of teacher education.
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