Thursday, March 15, 2012

Mixed reactions over illegal land use in Clementi

SINGAPORE: There has been mixed reactions from residents to the illegal use of land at Clementi Avenue 4.


Some in the area said they are concerned about their health due to smoke from burning vegetation while others said they like the kampong feel.


The Singapore Land Authority (SLA) said the area was previously under Malaysia's KTM Berhad but it has since reverted to the State when the Singapore-Malaysia land swap deal was concluded.


SLA said it issues about 100 encroachment notices a year.


These range from unauthorised outdoor refreshment areas, illegal cultivation and unauthorised shrines, among others.


Other encroachments included illegal dumping and parts of building structures extending into State land such as boundary wall and chain link fence.


- CNA/fa


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Source From Cnannel News Asia

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