The success of a property development project as a whole is important to all stakeholders involved mainly to the property developers, landowners, and buyers of the property. There are laws, procedures and guidelines that are related to the property development process in Malaysia which are quite extensive. The timely completion of a property development project that is not only within the budget but also in accordance with the expectations and the satisfaction of stakeholders will benefit both the developer and the property buyers.
Some of the development plans include the national physical plan, structure plan, local plan and special area plan has been formulated under Part III of the TCPA (TCPA, 1976) which are used to guide the decision makers when submitting and processing their planning permissions. In order to form the overall policies for future land development, there are plans and guidelines that are used to establish zoning and planning standards which concerns public facilities requirements, roads, open spaces, building setbacks and number of car parks, among others. In essence, it should resemble and comply closely with the national and physical plan, the state structure plan, the local plan, a special area plan and all plans approved by the respective local authorities of the governing state.
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