APLN claims 75% of reclaimed land buyers remain investing
The Jakarta Post
Property developer Agung Podomoro Land (APLN) has claimed that the majority of its customers who invest in reclaimed lands in North Jakarta have not pulled out their investments, despite policy uncertainty from the Jakarta administration.
“At least 75 percent of the [reclaimed land] buyers stay, and they are still waiting for the updates,” said APLN second deputy president director Indra Widjaja Antono recently, adding that most of them were the company’s loyal customers.
Indra said the remaining 25 percent of the reclaimed land buyers were shifting their investments to APLN’s other projects, most of whom invested their money in Podomoro City in West Jakarta, while the others bought properties in Podomoro Golf View in Cimanggis, Depok, West Java.
Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan has scrapped draft bylaws on the North Jakarta coastal spatial plan and the zoning plan on coastal areas and small islands (RZWP3K), which served as the basis for continuing the reclamation of Jakarta Bay, from the city's legislation program (Balegda) this year.Read also: Supreme Court gives reclamation project green light
The publicly listed APLN was currently halting its activities on the reclaimed lands as it still was still for the government’s final decision on whether the reclamation project would be continued, Indra said.
"No single activity; we will obey the government and stay to the principles of good corporate governance," he said. (gda)
- Jokowi defends his infrastructure program
- Madonna celebrates turning 60 in Marrakech
- What’s in store for final installment of BTS ‘Love Yourself’ saga
- Women accused of assassinating Kim Jong Nam face key court ruling
- 'Monster Hunter' on hold as China hits pause on new video games
- Coal production at 37.11 percent of full-year target
- Indonesian academics can now access e-journal databases worth $1m for free
- Remote China glacial lake bursts, no casualties
- Here are 10 of the most populated cities in the world
- Indonesia considers reducing imports of 500 consumer goods