Fears Realised, over 15-storey development in Fraser's Hill?
Nik Jassmin Hew, Chairperson, Persatuan Alam & Warisan Bukit Fraser
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A river of muddy water triggered by heavy downpours, flowed down from a construction site of a 15 storey development in Fraser's Hill, flooding a popular recreational lake which lies downhill from the site. This incident has further alarmed residents, who were already against the scale of the new development, as they warned it could trigger major soil movement in the area and cause environmental damage. We find out what's happening up in Fraser's Hill from Persatuan Alam dan Warisan Bukit Fraser.
You can listen to our previous coverage on this issue here and here.
If you're concerned about this new project and would like to get involved in some way or another, you can head to facebook.com/pawbf for more information on the issue.
Image Source: Persatuan Alam & Warisan Bukit Fraser (PAWBF) Facebook
Produced by: Juliet Jacobs
Presented by: Sharmilla Ganesan, Tee Shiao Eek
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Categories: Environment, Science, Property, Social Issues
Tags: The Bigger Picture, The Daily Digest, Fraser's Hill, Muddy Water, Heavy Downpours, 15-storey Development, Fraser's Hill Resort & Spa, Allan's Water, Persatuan Alam dan Warisan Bukit Fraser, PAWBF, Save Fraser's Hill, Selamatkan Bukit Fraser,