Good rules on paper, bad execution – Letters – The Star Online


WITH much appreciation I read in Saturday’s paper an appeal for malls to be more friendly to shoppers with different abilities. While the developer readily agreed to demolish the playground, the RA wanted it relocated, as mere removal would deprive the children of a valuable public utility. The developer’s defence for locating the playground near the entrance where there is heavy traffic, both vehicular and human, was based on the officially approved plan when they took over the development from the previous developer.

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