UTC Perak Operational by December

Share

Urban Transformation CentreIpohites will be glad to know that the Urban Transformation Centre or UTC Perak, to be located at the former premises which housed Super Kinta, will be operational by December this year.

UTC Perak, when ready, will house 53 state and federal government offices all under one roof and will be a one-stop centre for Ipoh residents. The location also houses the central wet market and locating UTC here will be a value adder for residents who will now be able to settle their bills and do their food marketing all at one location, thus spurring economic activity in the nearby vicinity.

The good news was announced by Second Finance Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Husni Hanadziah recently during a visit to the future site. Accompanying him on the site visit was the Treasury Secretary General to the Ministry of Finance, Datuk Dr Irwan Serigar Abdullah and Ipoh Mayor Dato’ Roshidi Hashim.

According to Husni, the current UTC centres in the country were set up at existing buildings and hence do not require extensive renovations. Similarly work on UTC Perak, which has an area of 127,000 sq ft, will start immediately and is schedule to be operational by December. UTC Perak will be the third centre in the country after Melaka and Kuala Lumpur.

JAG

7 thoughts on “UTC Perak Operational by December

  1. saya norazlin dari gopeng,perak
    masih mencari kekososongan jawatan office hour,
    seperti kerani,pembantu am pejabat,receptionist,dll
    saya mempunyai pengalaman kerja selama 7 tahun,
    serta berpendidikan spm..
    jikalau terdapat kekosongan jawatan di utc perak,
    saya berharap pihak tuan/puan dapat menghubungi saya di
    0195558562,
    kerana saya amat memerlukan kerja dan masih mencari kerja,
    sekian terima kasih.

  2. Im looking for job.im fresh graduate and i hope will get job.thank you

  3. saya sedang mencari jawatan kosong di utc.saya pernah berkerja kerani salah syarikat swasta selama 5 tahun.

  4. While other UTC’s are located in buildings that are functioning, the former Super Kinta space is old, bare and must be refurbished for public safety and comfort. A new air conditioning system, new wiring throughout, new lighting, maybe a new sprinkler system, new flooring, new lifts (direct from basement parking as well as to avoid using the existing smelly goods lifts), new interior design and partitioning, etc. It is misleading to say that it will not need extensive renovations. It will probably cost about RM10-15 million (at government “prices”).

  5. Indeed welcomed news for a one stop centre. Location wise is also pretty reasonable. Wonder if parking conditions will improve as well.

Leave a Reply