Malaysia 14th General Election: BN manifesto, pledge list

Barisan Nasional manifesto, themed “With BN for A Greater Malaysia” for Malaysia’s 14th General Election (GE14).

  • to facilitate loans for affordable and low-cost houses costing RM300,000 and below
  • to end the policy of Bumiputera lot discounts for property valued at RM1 million and above
  • A special fund worth RM500 million to encourage innovation and empower Industrial Building System (IBS) entrepreneurs.
  • Tax incentives or development funds to encourage banks and housing developers to offer rent-to-own schemes.
  • Develop under-utilised government quarters, buildings and land for affordable housing and mixed development projects.
  • Opportunities to government retirees and their children to purchase units of 1Malaysia Public Servants Housing (PPA1M) at prices ranging from RM150, 000 to RM300, 000.
  • More Felda community houses, especially for the second and third generation of settlers.
  • Extending stamp duty exemption period for abandoned housing projects which are being revived.
  • Build more affordable and low-cost housing projects on idle Malay reserve, wakaf and baitulmal land.
  • Increase capacity of Housing Assistance Programmes to restore and repair dilapidated houses in rural areas.
  • Upgrade of longhouses in Sarawak, water-houses in Sabah, Orang Asli houses and estate workers housing units in the peninsula.
  • Special funds for Joint Management Bodies (JMB) and Joint Management Committees (JMC) for the upgrading of strata buildings.
  • Increase the claim limit under the Housing and Management Tribunal from RM50,000 to RM100,000.
  • Expand government authority to revive abandoned housing projects from the current limit of RM70,000 to RM120,000. (This involves 21 abandoned projects and 2,794 units with an allocation of RM123 million.)
  • Assist buyers of the 50,000 housing units that have fallen victim to unlicensed housing developers.
  • KPI for construction of affordable housing projects by developers who receive government investment.
  • Establish a conflict resolution tribunal to settle any disputes that involve public housing.
  • National Public Housing Management Corporation to monitor and manage public housing issues.
  • Welfare and wellbeing of security forces personnel.
  • 1,800 housing units under the One Personnel, One House (SASaR) programme for army veterans.
  • Constructing 45,000 units of ‘Rumah Keluarga Angkatan Tentera’ homes.
  • Establish 1Malaysia Veteran Home Repair Programme with a target of 1,800 recipients by 2020.
  • 10,000 PPA1M housing units for police personnel.
  • 10,000 affordable housing units under the “One Member, One House” SASaR programme, specifically for army personnel.
  • Shariah-compliant Home Sale and Purchase Agreement.
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