Selangor’s government is set to waive assessment fees for low-cost houses and village homes in the latter half of this year, incurring a cost of over RM29 million. The waiver will encompass 426,656 such residences, impacting all local councils.
Selangor state to invest in affordable homes
Additionally, the state government plans to offer a RM1,000 farming incentive to 500 agricultural entrepreneurs, with half the amount distributed in cash and the remainder in agricultural resources. Imams will also see their monthly payments increase to RM1,500, with higher allowances for nazirs, bilals, and siaks.
The state is collaborating with various agencies for flood mitigation projects and will present the 2024 state budget in November.