Strata Management By Rehda Institute
Thursday, 14 January 2016 at Wisma REHDA, Petaling Jaya
Our industry partner, Building Association of Malaysia (BMAM) will be co-organising the above seminar with REHDA Institute, aimed particularly for all strata building management personnel.
The 1-day seminar will look into the in-depth impact of the recent implementation of the STRATA MANAGEMENT ACT (SMA) 2013 and the Strata Management (Maintenance and Management) Regulations 2015 which have been effective since 1 June 2015.
What is Strata Management ACT?
The recent implementation of STRATA MANAGEMENT ACT (SMA) 2013 and Strata Management (Maintenance & Management) Regulations 2015 has been effective from 1 June 2015 and replaces the building and Common Property (Maintenance and Management) 2007. With its implementation, there have been many unforeseen issues and impact. So the question is – what are the consequences and how ready or capable are we to cope with them?
The seminar takes a look at many of these hot issues like:
- the major hiccups in the submission of strata property subdivisions & common areas
- how to plan for strata ownership and areas of control in mixed developments
- administration and setting up of JMBs and Mcs
- operational issues and trouble-shooting in managing mixed developments
- overall legal issues and impacts of SMA on building management Our speakers are all hands-on practitioners who will share their experience and insights on everyday problems. The SMA is here to stay, so we need to stay ahead by understanding the Act and the best way of managing strata properties creatively, practically and realistically as there will be some good, bad and even ugly issues involved.
Strata Management by Rehda Institute
REHDA Institute is the research and educational arm of the Real Estate and Housing Developers’ Association (REHDA) Malaysia which was launched by the Prime Minister on 12 July 2004. REHDA Institute’s roles include conducting research and development, to provide training and education for developers to encourage the continued progress of the industry and contribute higher value to the Malaysia economy as a whole.