Hanging clothes to dry from balconies is a common practice in Malaysia and Singapore, but some netizens argue that it reduces property value and affects investors. One Twitter user claims that the Strata Act 2013 prohibits this practice and suggests using dryer facilities to increase property value.
Strata Act 2013 clothes drying
However, other netizens argue that developers prioritize profits over building codes and consumer needs. Some buildings lack proper drying spaces due to unlicensed construction by blacklisted developers. Some netizens find it illogical for the government to ban clothes drying on balconies and prioritize property value over residents’ needs.
One netizen suggests using hangers on balconies instead of the railing, and another dismisses property value concerns as irrelevant and criticizes those who prioritize profit over people’s needs. There are others that state the Strata Act of 2013 states that any permanent fixtures on balconies are prohibited, it doesn’t say anything about temporary fixtures (in lieu of clothes drying).
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