TRADERS operating at the new Lucky Garden Food Court in Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur, will soon be getting much-needed water supply as both Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) and Air Selangor are working together to speed up the handover process.
In a statement to StarMetro, Air Selangor said the handover process was usually done in stages, according to work progress.
However, in the case of the food court, Air Selangor said the handover process had not been completed as it had not received DBKL’s documents on the internal water piping system, which should include certification by consultant engineers.
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“The internal piping system falls under the responsibility of the consumer, which in this case is DBKL.
“DBKL is responsible for the appointment of a certified consultant engineer to design, supervise and verify the installation of the internal piping system.
“Air Selangor will