Posted: 24 Dec 2010 05:44 PM PST
Lim Lip Eng says taps and pipes at the abandoned food court have been stolen.
Empty: The Medan Selera Sri Sinar was built four years ago.
Source: http://www.nst.com.my/nst/articles (By Halim Said, 22/12/2010)
Lim, who visited the food court on Tuesday, said City Hall must be proactive in keeping the food court in business. "The place looks clean and neat but closer inspection shows that taps and urinals have been stolen in the toilets. The stainless steel wording on the food court sign post has also been vandalised. "As the food court is vacant, it is becoming a hangout for undesirable characters," said Lim. He said all 10 stalls in the food court stopped operation a month after the food court opened in 2007. The food court had failed to attract customers. "It was re-launched in 2009 with only a single stall operating there. It, too, did not last more than a month before shutting down, which leaves the food court unutilised until now," he said.
Food court in Segambut needs new management
Source: http://thestar.com.my/metro (By JAYAGANDI JAYARAJ, 24/12/2010)
Segambut MP Lim Lip Eng said DBKL tried to get tenants for the food court but no one was interested. "I was told that DBKL tried to launch the place twice in 2007 and 2009, but the feedback was bad. However, the City Hall is still maintaining the food court. "Although it's been four years, the food court is clean," he told reporters on Tuesday. He added that the DBKL 2011 budget allocated RM95,000 for the food court's maintenance. "After trying to manage the food court for the past years, DBKL will outsource to a third party. They can take over, renovate and market the place."I am calling those interested to consider this proposal because the food court is good condition and will go to waste if not used," he said.
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