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RESEARCH PAPER ON

DEALING WITH DEVELOPMENT


PERMIT IN SABAH

RESEARCH COVERS:
• LAND LAW
• SUBMISSION PROCESS
• H.D.A
• STRATA

Prepared by:

AR RIDHA RAZAK
REFERENCES
ACTS & BY LAWS – LAW OF SARAWAK
1. LAND ORDINANCE (SABAH CAP. 68)
2. TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ORDINANCE (SABAH CAP. 141)
3. LOCAL GOVERNMENT ORDINANCE 1961 (SABAH NO. 11 OF 1991)
4. HOUSING DEVELOPMENT (CONTROL AND LICENSING) ENACTMENT 1978
5. HOUSINGDEVELOPMENT(CONTROLANDLICENSING)1978(RULES2008)
6. HOUSINGDEVELOPMENT(CONTROLANDLICENSING)1978(PROJECTACCOUNT1995)
7. LAND(SUBSIDIARYTITLE)ENACTMENT1972
8. BY LAWS FOR 26 LOCAL AUTHORITIES - http://www.lawnet.sabah.gov.my/Lawnet/ByLaws/Default.asp

WEBSITE
1. FACTS OM SABAH- HTTP://WWW.SABAH.GOV.MY
2. TOWN PLANNING DEPARTMENT- http://www.townplanning.sabah.gov.my/kawalanpembangunan.htm
3. MINISTRY LOCAL GOVEMENT AND HOUSING SABAH - HTTP://WW2.SABAH.GOV.MY
4. SABAH LAND AND SURVEY DEPARTMENT - HTTP://WWW.JTU.SABAH.GOV.MY
5. DEWAN BANDARAYA KOTA KINABALU -HTTP://WWW.DBKK.SABAH.GOV.MY/
6. LEMBAGA PERUMAHAN DAN BANDAR SABAH - http://www.lppb.gov.my/
7. VARIOUS LOCAL AUTHORITIES WEB

ARTICLES
1. DEVELOPMENT CONTROL IN SABAH WITHIN A CONTEXT OF PLANNING SYSTEM IN MALAYSIA NOOR SUZILAWATI BT RABE, AZILA
AHMAD SARKAWI, MARIANA MOHAMMED OSMAN, SYAHRIAH BACHOK, INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC UNIVERSITY OF MALAYSIA,
MALAYSIA.
2. STATE OF SABAH TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ORDINANCE (SABAH CAP. 141) MEMORANDUM TO PENAMPANG DISTRICT
LAND USE PLANNING SCHEME

SLIDES
1. PENYERAGAMAN SENARAI SEMAK KELULUSAN PELAN PEMBANGUNAN (DP), PELAN BANGUNAN(BP) & SIJIL MENDUDUKI (OC) BY
MLGH. 2014
2. TAKLIMAT PEMBERIMILIKAN TANAH DI SABAH BY LEE CHUN KHIONG TIMBALAN PENGARAH (TANAH) JABATAN TANAH & UKUR,
SABAH 12 JUN 2012
3. TAKLIMAT PEMBERIMILIKAN TANAH KEPADA ANAK NEGERI SABAH OLEH PIHAK BERKUASA NEGERI OLEH PENGARAH (TANAH)
JABATAN TANAH & UKUR, SABAH 2012
INTRODUCTION
LAW GOVERNING SABAH
MALAYSIA

On the 16 September 1963, Sabah & Sarawak has officially join Malaya to become Malaysia. Among the agreed terms was :
Point 1: Religion, Point 2: Language
Point 3: Constitution
Point 4: Head of Federation
Point 5: Name of Federation
Point 6: Immigration
Control over immigration into any part of Malaysia from outside should rest with the Central Government but entry
into Borneo should also require the approval of the State Government

Point 16: Constitutional safeguards


The power of amending the Constitution of the State should belong exclusively to the people in the state.

Point 20: Land, Forests, Local Government, etc.


The provisions in the Constitution of the Federation in respect of the powers of the National Land Council should not
apply to Sabah & Sarawak.
THE DIFFRENCES IN LAW

Peninsular Sabah Sarawak

1. Agriculture Irrigation Areas Act, 1953 Drainage and Irrigation, Sabah Ordinance 15/1956
Drainage Works Acts, 1954 Drainage Works Ordinance Sarawak 1966
2. Forestry National Forestry Act (1984) Sabah Forest Enactment (1965)
Forest Ordinance Sarawak,
Cap126
3. Control of River Water Acts 1920, Reviewed 1989 Sarawak Water Ordinance,
River Rights Enactment of Perak Sarawak Riverine Transport Bill (1993)
Kelantan River Traffic Enactment, 1955
Pahang River Launches Enactment 6/49
4. Land National Land Code, 1965 Sabah Land Ordinance, 1930
Management Land Conservation Act, 1960 Sarawak Land Code, 1958
Land Acquisition Act 1960

5. Domestic Water Water Services Industry Act Water Services Industry Act
Supply
6. Mining Mining Enactment 1936 Mining Enactment, 1960 Sabah
Mining Enactment, 1949 Sarawak

7. Local and Town and Country Planning Act 1976 Town and Country Planning Enactment Sabah Cap 141
Regional Planning Town and Country Planning Sarawak Cap 87

8. Local Local Government Act (1976) Local Authority Enactment, Sabah Ordinance 11/1961
Government Local Authority Ordinance Sarawak Cap 117

9. Building Street Drainage Building By Law (1974) Sabah UUK ( Bangunan) 1951
UBBL 1984 Sarawak Building Ordinance 1994

http://www.sabah.gov.my
MALAYSIA DEVELOPMENT LEGISLATION COMPARISON

Act Semenanjung Sabah Sarawak


Land Law National Land Code 1956 Sabah. Land ordinance. Land code (chapter 81)
Act 56 (Sabah cap. 68) laws of Sarawak

Local government Law Local Government Act Ordinan Kerajaan Tempatan Local authorities
1976 1961 (Sabah No.11 of 1991) ordinance, 1996
Act 171
Planning Law Town Country Planning Ordinan Perancangan Bandar The town and country
Act 1976 dan Desa 1950 (Cap. 141) planning ordinance 1952
Act 172 (Sarawak cap 87)
Street drainage building SDBA 1974 Undang Undang Kecil ( Sarawak buildings
Law Act 133 apply to west Bangunan) 1951 digubal ordinance, 1994
Malaysia dibawah Ordinan Kerajaan
& UBBL 1984 Tempatan 1961
Housing developers Law H.D.A 1966 act 118 Enakmen Perumahan HOUSING DEVELOPMENT
(Pengawalan dan Pelesenan (CONTROL AND LICENSING)
Pemaju-Pemaju ordinance 2013
Perumahan)1978 (Sabah
No.24 of 1978)
Strata title Law S.T.A 1985 State of Sabah Sarawak strata titles
Act 318 Land (subsidiary title) ordinance, 1995
SMA 2013 enactment 1972 (Sabah no. 9
Act 757 of 1972)
Professional Act Architect Act, Engineers Act, Town Planners Act, Surveyors Act
Apply throughout Malaysia
SABAH DEVELOPMENT LEGISLATION
Law Sabah Ministry
Land Law Sabah. Land ordinance. (Sabah cap. 68) SABAH LAND & SURVEY DEPARTMENT

Local government Law Ordinan Kerajaan Tempatan 1961 (Sabah MINISTRY LOCAL GOVERNMENT HOUSING
No.11 of 1991)

Planning Law Ordinan Perancangan Bandar dan Desa MINISTRY LOCAL GOVERNMENT HOUSING
1950 (Cap. 141)
TOWN AND REGIONAL PLANNING DEPARTMENT

Street drainage building Law Undang Undang Kecil ( Bangunan) 1951 LOCAL COUNCIL
digubal dibawah Ordinan Kerajaan
Tempatan 1961

Housing developers Law Enakmen Perumahan (Pengawalan dan MINISTRY LOCAL GOVERNMENT HOUSING
Pelesenan Pemaju-Pemaju
Perumahan)1978 (Sabah No.24 of 1978)

Strata title Law State of Sabah SABAH LAND & SURVEY DEPARTMENT
Land (subsidiary title) enactment 1972
(Sabah no. 9 of 1972)
LOCAL AUTHORITIES RELATED DEVELOPMENT BYLAWS
Council By Laws Council By Laws

Beaufort District Council Beaufort District Council (Townships) (Building) By-laws, 1960 Papar District Council Papar District Council Instrument
Beaufort District Council (Street and Public Places) By-laws, Papar District Council (Buildings) By-laws, 1977
Papar District Council (Streets and Public Places) By-laws, 1977
1964
Papar District Council (Planting) By-laws, 1982
Beaufort District Council (Planting) By-laws, 1982
Keningau District Council Keningau District Council Instrument, 1961 Penampang District Council Penampang District Council Instrument 1961
Penampang District Council (Streets and Public Places) By-laws, 1978
Sanitary Boards Building By-laws, 1952
Keningau District Council (Streets and public Places) By-laws, Pensiangan District Council Pensiangan District Council Instrument 1964
Pensiangan District Council (Planting) By-laws, 1982
1981
Pensiangan District Council (Streets and public Places) By-laws, 1983
Keningau District Council (Planting) By-laws, 1982
Pitas District Council Pitas District Council Instrument 2009
Keningau District Council (Earthworks) By-laws, 1982
Putatan District Council Putatan District Council Instrument 2010
Keningau District Council (Building) By-laws, 1983
Ranau District Council Ranau District Council Instruments 1961
Kinabatangan District Kinabatangan District Council Instruments 1968
Ranau (Soil Erosion Prevention) By-laws 1954
Council Kinabatangan District Council (Building) By-laws, 1988 Ranau District Council (Building) By-laws 1962
Kota Belud District Council Kota Belud District Council Instruments 1961 Ranau District Council (Streets and public Places) By-laws, 1966
Kota Belud District Council (Township) (Building) By-laws, 1958 Ranau District Council (Planting) By-laws, 1982
Kota Belud District Council (Streets and Public Places) By-laws,
Sandakan Municipal Council Sanitary Boards Buildings By-laws, 1952
1964 Sandakan Municipal Council Instruments 1983
Kota Belud District Council (Planting) By-laws, 1982 Sandakan Municipal Council (General) By-laws, 1955
Kota Kinabalu Municipal Kota Kinabalu Municipal Council Instrument, 1978 Sandakan Municipal Council (Earthworks) By-laws, 1981
Council Sanitary boards Buildings By-laws,1952 Semporna District Council Semporna District Council Instrument 1961
Kota Kinabalu Municipal Council (General) By-laws, 1956 Semporna District Council (Township) (Building) By-laws, 1959
Kota Kinabalu Municipal Council (Sewerage) By-laws, 1960 Semporna District Council (Streets and Public Places) By-laws, 1981
Kota Kinabalu Municipal Council (Street and Public Places) By- Semporna District Council (Planting) By-laws, 1982
laws, 1966 Sipitang District Council Sipitang District Council Instrument 1961
Kota Kinabalu Municipal Council (Planting) By-laws, 1982 Sipitang District Council (Township) (Building By-laws, 1960
Kota Kinabalu Municipal Council (Earthworks) By-laws, 1984 Sipitang District Council (Streets and Public Places) By-laws, 1966
Kota Marudu District Council Kota Marudu District Council Instrument, 1983 Sipitang District Council (Planting) By-laws, 1982
Kuala Penyu District Council Kuala Penyu District Council Instruments 1961 Tambunan District Council Tambunan District Council Instrument 1961
Kuala Penyu Township Authority (Building) By-laws, 1960 Tambunan District Council (Streets and Public Places) By-laws, 1982
Kuala Penyu District Council (Streets and Public Places) By-laws, Tawau Municipal Council Tawau Municipal Council Instrument 1983
1981 Sanitary Boards Buildings By-laws, 1952
Kuala Penyu District Council (Planting) By-laws, 1982 Tawau Municipal Council (Sewerage) By-laws, 1960
Tawau Municipal Council (Earthworks) By-laws, 1982
Kudat Town Board Kudat Town Board Instruments
Tawau Municipal Council (Planting) By-laws, 1982
Kudat Town Board (Streets and public Places) By-laws, 1965
Tawau Municipal Council (Street and public Places) By-laws, 1983
Kudat Town Board (Building) By-laws, 1965
Kudat Town Board (Planting) By-laws, 1982 Tenom District Council Tenom District Council Instrument 1961
Kunak District Council Kunak District Council Instruments 1994 Tenom District Council (Township) (Building) By-laws, 1961
Tenom District Council (Streets and public Places) By-laws, 1972
Labuan Municipal Council Labuan Municipal Council (Building) By-laws, 1959
Tenom District Council (Planting) By-laws, 1982
Labuan Municipal Council (Streets and public Places) By-laws,
1968 Tuaran District Council Tuaran District Council Instrument 1961
Labuan Municipal Council (Planting) By-laws, 1982 Tuaran District Council (Townships) (Building) By-laws, 1961
Tuaran District Council (Streets and public Places) By-laws, 1965
Labuk-Sugut District Council Labuk-Sugut District Council Instruments 1968
Source: State Attourney Chambers Tuaran District Council (Planting) By-laws, 1983
Lahad Datu District Council Lahad Datu District Council Instruments 1961
http://www.lawnet.sabah.gov.my/Lawnet/ByLaws/Default.aspx
Lahad Datu District Council (Street and Public Places) By-laws,
SABAH LAND LAW
WHAT IS THE LAND LAW USE IN SABAH?

The Sabah Land Ordinance (1975)


provides guidelines for the classification
of land and the provision of rights and
titles.

The Land Ordinance further covers issues


relating to revenue collection,
demarcation and survey, penalties and
enforcement related to land matters.
The Ordinance does not follow the
Torrens system.

In Sabah Land Administration is manage


by the Sabah Land & Survey Department.
SABAH LAND AND SURVEY DEPARTMENT FUNCTION

PEMBERIMILIKAN TANAH PEMBERIMILIKAN TANAH PEMPROSESAN PENDAFTARAN TANAH


DI BAWAH SEKSYEN 9(1) TERANCANG FAST TRACK PEMBANGUNAN TANAH;
ORDINAN TANAH SABAH UNTUK PENGELUARAN ► URUSNIAGA TANAH
GERAN KOMUNAL DI ► PECAH BAHAGI ► PENDAFTARAN
► PROSES DAN BAWAH SEKSYEN 76 SEMPADAN GERAN DERAF
KELULUSAN ORDINAN TANAH SABAH ► TUKAR SYARAT GUNA
PERMOHONAN TANAH TANAH DAN PENGELUARAN LESEN
► PENGUKURAN DAN PINDAHMILIK KUARI (BATU DAN
PENYEDIAAN GERAN ► PELANJUTAN TEMPOH PASIR), PERMIT CARIGALI
TANAH SYARAT GERAN TANAH DAN PAJAKAN
PERLOMBONGAN

MAIN FUNCTION

PENGAMBILAN BALIK KUTIPAN HASIL TANAH; PEMBICARAAN TANAH; PENGUATKUASAAN


TANAH; TANAH;
► PREMIUM DAN CUKAI ► PERTIKAIAN TANAH ► SALAH GUNA TANAH
► UNTUK KEGUNAAN TANAH ► TUNTUTAN HAK ► AKTIVITI
AWAM ► LESEN T.O.L TANAH ADAT ANAK PENGAMBILAN BATU
► MENENTUKAN NILAI NEGERI SABAH DAN PASIR TANPA LESEN
PAMPASAN DAN PROSES ► PENDUDUKAN
PEMBAYARAN HARAM
PAMPASAN

Source:
Website Jabatan Tanah dan survei Sabah
DASAR PEMBERIMILIKAN TANAH NEGERI SABAH

SECTION 5 AND 6 OF SABAH LAND ORDINANCE PENERANGAN

[SECTION 5] GOVERNMENT PROPERTY IN LAND • Sistem pemberimilikan tanah yang diamalkan


di negeri sabah adalah secara terbuka.
5. The entire property in and control of State Pemohon-pemohon boleh memohon
land or land reserved for a public purpose is and kawasan tanah kerajaan di mana-mana
shall be vested solely in the Government. daerah dan pada bila-bila masa sahaja.

• Permohonan tanah tidak semestinya


[SECTION 6] UNLAWFUL OCCUPATION NOT TO diluluskan kerana kelulusan tertakluk kepada
ESTABLISH ANY RIGHTS kesediaan tanah, kesesuaian tanah,
keperluan dan kemampuan pemohon serta
6. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary kepentingan kerajaan.
contained in this Ordinance or in any written law
relating to limitation of suits in force in Sabah, • Tanah kerajaan yang dipohon tidak boleh
no unlawful occupation of State land or land dibangunkan sebelum permohonan tanah
reserved for a public purpose or residential diluluskan atau diberi kebenaran masuk.
purpose or occupation under temporary licence
for however long a period shall establish any • Pendudukan tanpa kebenaran tidak
right, title or interest in State land or land mewujudkan sebarang hak ke atas tanah
reserved for a public purpose or residential kerajaan
purpose or create any right to demand a title to
such land from the Government.

Source:
Website Jabatan Tanah dan survei Sabah
LAND ALIENATION UNDER SABAH LAND ORDINANCE

SEKSYEN 9(1) – DIRECT SEKSYEN 78 – RIZAB TANAH


ALIENATION
Perizaban tanah simpanan anak
Pemberimilikan tanah kepada negeri sabah melalui perwartaan
anak negeri sabah di bawah seksyen 78 ordinan
Di bawah seksyen 9(1) ordinan tanah sabah.
tanah sabah

SEKSYEN 76- GERAN KOMUNAL SECARA PERKONGSIAN

Pemberimilikan tanah melalui 6 METHOD OF LAND Pemberimilikan tanah melalui


geran komunal di bawah seksyen pembangunan tanah ladang
76 ordinan tanah sabah. ALIENATION secara perkongsian pintar di
antara anak negeri sabah dengan
agensi kerajaan.

SEKSYEN 9(1) - EQUITY BASE SEKSYEN 13-16 – TUNTUTAN NCR

Mengenakan syarat 30% atau Pemberimilikan tanah melalui


49% ekuiti untuk anak negeri tuntutan ncr oleh anak negeri
sabah dalam pemberimilikan sabah di bawah seksyen 13
tanah pajakan pertanian hingga 16 dengan mengambil kira
melebihi 1,000 ekar di bawah seksyen 5, 6, 65 dan 88 ordinan
seksyen 9(1) ordinan tanah tanah sabah.
sabah.

Source:
Website Jabatan Tanah dan survei Sabah
PEMBERIMILIKAN TANAH DI BAWAH SEKSYEN 9(1) ORDINAN TANAH SABAH

Source:
Website Jabatan Tanah dan survei Sabah
5 TYPE OF TITLE IN SABAH

Source:
Website Jabatan Tanah dan survei Sabah
PEMPROSESAN PEMBANGUNAN TANAH;

Source:
Website Jabatan Tanah dan survei Sabah
SUBMISSION DVELOPMENT PLAN,
BUILDING PLAN PROCESS UP TO
OCCUPATION CERTIFICATE IN SABAH
CONSTRUCTION PERMIT PROCESS
SABAH CONSTRUCTION PERMIT PROCESS

PROFESSIONAL
COMMENCEMENT OF OCCUPATION
DEVELOPMENT
REGISTER BUILDING PLAN WORK CERTIFICATE
PLAN
CONSTRUCTION PERIOD-

Applicant to SUBMIT TO LOCAL AUTHORITY -OSC SUBMISSION BUILDING Permohonan Untuk COMPLY LOCAL AUTHORITY Permohonan untuk
appoint an PLAN TO LOCAL Kebenaran CHECKLIST BEFORE OC sijil kebenaran
architect or • Senarai Semak Untuk Penyerahan AUTHORITY pendiaman
Permulaan Kerja • Completion Certificate For
Pelan Jalan, Perparitan, pendudukan
consultant Drains
Pembetungan, Bekalan Air, Kerja • Senarai Semak penghunian
who is Tanah Dan Lampu Jalan • Completion Certificate For
Pengemukaan Receive clearance
registered • Senarai Semak Untuk Penyerahan Estate Roads
Permohonan Pelan- for ‘Permohonan
with Local Pelan Pembahagian Tanah Pelan Bangunan • Completion Certificate For
untuk kebenaran Sewerage
Authority • Permohonan Untuk Penyerahan • Declaration
Pelan Kejuruteraan
Mula Kerja’ from • Completion Certificate For
Accompanying
• Permohonan Untuk Penyerahan • Permohonan Untuk
Local authority Treatment Plant_Pump Sump
Pelan Kerja-Kerja Tanah Penyerahan Pelan • Completion Certificate For
• Permohonan Untuk Penyerahan Bangunan Water Supply
Pelan Pembahagian Tanah • Sijil Perakuan untuk Kerja
• Permohonan Untuk Penyerahan Pemasangan Elektrikal
Pelan Pembangunan

PEKELILING LLPBD Bil.1/2013


All development Plan have to get approval
from Central Town and Country Planning
board

PENINSULAR CONSTRUCTION PERMIT PROCESS -OSC 3.0

PRE CONSIDERATION COMMENCEMENT INTERIM FINAL


FOR DEVELOPMENT INSPECTION INSPECTION DEPOSIT CCC
CONSULTATION OF WORK
CONSTRUCTION PERIOD-

Collation of Submission to OSC for • FORM B Certify Interim Final Inspection I Deposit CCC to
information from propose development • PDC 6, FORM Inspection PBAN, TNB & PBT/JKR LA, Developer ,
technical agencies MSIG Vol II G1-G21 TNB, BOMBA, Permohonan Sambungan LAM
Water, Electric, KM / BP/ Structure/ • Borang By PBAN, IWK, komunikasi.
Telecomunications, Engineering/ Earthwork/ JKJ103, stages DOSH dan FORM F
Land Infrastructure/ Landscape JKR/PBT. Final Inspection II FORM G1-G21
FORM A : Submission • Sijil tanah
JPBM, DOSH, APP CLEARANCE
BP/ Structure • etc (IWK/MAJAARI) LETTER
LOCAL GOVERNMENT IN SABAH- 26 NOS

Sabah
City (1) Kota Kinabalu City Hall (Dewan Bandaraya Kota Kinabalu)

Municipality (4) Kudat Municipal Council,[Note 4] Sandakan Municipal Council, Tawau Municipal
Council & Labuan Municpial Council

District (21) Beaufort ,Keningau ,Kinabatangan,Kota Belud ,Kota Marudu,Kuala Penyu, Kunak
,Labuk-Sugut ,Lahad Datu ,Papar, Penampang ,Pensiangan ,Pitas ,Putatan ,Ranau
Semporna ,Sipitang ,Tambunan ,Tenom ,Tuaran ,
SABAH TOWN AND REGIONAL PLANNING STRUCTURE 2009
Source:
Yang di-Pertua Negeri http://www.townplanning.sabah.gov.my/kawalanpembangunan.
htm

Thesis Development Control in Sabah within a Context of Planning


System in Malaysia

Ministry of Housing and Local Chief Minister’s Office NOOR SUZILAWATI BT RABE, AZILA AHMAD SARKAWI, MARIANA
MOHAMMED OSMAN, SYAHRIAH BACHOK
Government PhD Candidate, Department of Urban and Regional Planning,
International Islamic University of Malaysia, Malaysia.
Assistant Prof. Dr., Department of Urban and Regional Planning,
International Islamic University of Malaysia, Malaysia.
Town and Regional Planning Department Assistant Prof. Dr., Department of Urban and Regional Planning,
International Islamic University of Malaysia, Malaysia.
Assistant Prof. Dr., Department of Urban and Regional Planning,
International Islamic University of Malaysia, Malaysia.

Administration and Finance Section Drawing Office Section

Physical Planning Section


Structure Plan

Central Town and Country


Structure and Local Plans
Planning board
Local Plan /
Draft Scheme

Development Control Section Landscape section

Kota Kinabalu / Penampang Zone

Sandakan Zone

Tawau Zone

West Coast North Zone

Interior Zone

Source: Town and Regional Planning Department Sabah (2009)


CARTA ORGANISASI TERKINI TOWN PLANNING DEPARTMENT 2014

Source:
http://www.townplanning.sabah.gov.my/kawalanpembangunan.htm
STRUCTURE PLAN AND LOCAL PLAN REFERENCE

Source:
BRIEFING ON
PLANNING AND
DEVELOPMENT OF
KOTA KINABALU
CITY

Prepared By:
Stanley Chong
Town Planner City
Planning
Department Kota
Kinabalu City Hall
19st November
2013
LOCAL PLAN

Source:
BRIEFING ON
PLANNING AND
DEVELOPMENT OF
KOTA KINABALU
CITY

Prepared By:
Stanley Chong
Town Planner City
Planning
Department Kota
Kinabalu City Hall
19st November
2013
SUBMISSION DEVELOPMENT PLAN
Submission of Development Plan DEVELOPMENT PLAN STAGE
Overview of Development Plan application and
1.1 Applicants must prepare a Development Plan proposal by qualified
approval procedures person(s) and submit this to the Local Authority. The proposal shall include the
details as required in the form contained in Annex 1, paragraph 4, 5 and 6 in
Part II and other requirements as per the relevant By-laws, Enactments, Rules,
Regulations and Guidelines as specified by the Local Authority

1.2 The Local Authority shall check the Development Plan for completeness
and accordance with the zoning in the Land Use Planning Scheme

1.3 The Local Authority shall refer the Development Plan proposal to the
relevant departments for technical comments. If the technical comments
require the Development Plan to be amended, the Local Authority will return
the Development Plan to the Developer for the necessary amendments

Land Condition

1.4 If the land has to be rezoned for a different land use other than specified in
the land title, the Local Authority shall submit the application and a planning
brief to the Central Town and Country Planning Board for approval to rezone
the site

1.5 If the Development Plan falls within the Conservation of Environment


(Prescribed Activities) Order 1998, the Local Authority shall secure that the
Project Proponent undertake an EIA before commencement of activities

Approval

1.6 Development Plans will be approved by the Local Authority depending on,
for example, comments and approval from the Central Town and Country
Planning Board and other relevant technical departments

1.7 A decision on an application for planning permission to use the land under
this scheme shall be notified to the applicant in the form contained in Annex 2
Source: within a period of six (6) months of the date of receipt of the application by
STATE OF SABAH the Local Authority or the Central Board and in the case of a permission: (i)
TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING ORDINANCE (SABAH CAP. 141)
MEMORANDUM TO PENAMPANG DISTRICT LAND USE PLANNING SCHEME Being granted subject to conditions which shall be set out in full, (ii) Being
refused, a summary of the reasons therefore shall be given.
PEKELILING JABATAN PERANCANG BANDAR DAN DESA NEGERI SABAH
DEVELOPMENT PLAN STAGE
TAHUN PEKELILING LEMBAGA PUSAT PERANCANG BANDAR DAN DESA (LPPBD) YANG BOLEH DIMUAT TURUN ( DOWNLOAD FORMS)
2016 1. PEKELILING LLPBD BIL.1/2016 :

Penggunaan Lorong Penyelenggaraan (Service Lane) Dalam Simpanan Parit Jabatan Pengairan Dan Saliran Sebagai Jalan Masuk (Access
Road) Pelan Pembangunan.
2014 1. PEKELILING LLPBD BIL.1/2014 : Permohonan Kelulusan Merancang / Pelan Pembangunan - Pengesahan Pematuhan Zon Gunatanah Dan
Piawai/Garis Panduan Jabatan-Jabatan Teknikal Oleh Pihak Berkuasa Tempatan.

2. PEKELILING LLPBD BIL.2/2014 : Penguatkuasaan Piawai Plot Ratio Ke Atas Pelan Pembangunan Perumahan Jenis Landed Property
2013 1.PEKELILING LLPBD Bil.1/2013 :
Proses Pertimbangan Dan Kelulusan Pelan Pembangunan Seragam Bagi Semua Pihak Berkuasa Tempatan
Negeri Sabah (Termasuk Dewan Bandaraya Kota Kinabalu).
2.PEKELILING LLPBD BIL.1/2013 : Cadangan Untuk Memberikan Kebenaran Kepada Semua pihak Berkuasa Tempatan Untuk Meluluskan
Perkara-Perkara Berikut Tanpa Merujuk Kepada Lembaga Pusat:-

a. Pelan Pembangunan Untuk rumah Sebuah Dalam Satu Lot Tersendiri

b. Pelan Pembahagian Tanah Simple Subdivision Yang Tidak Melibatkan Penukaran Kegunaan Tanah

3.PEKELILING LLPBD BIL.2/2013 : Makluman Awam Bagi Permohonan Penukaran Zon Deraf Pelan Tempatan / Deraf Sekim Perancangan

4.PEKELILING LLPBD BIL.3/2013 : Tajuk Pelan Pembangunan / Permohonan Kelulusan Merancang

2010 PEKELILING LPPBD BIL.1/2010: Garispanduan Pengemukaan Permohonan Kelulusan Di Bawah Seksyen 15(2) Ordinan Perancang Bandar
dan Desa Sabah Bab 141 dan Jadual Mesyuarat Lembaga Pusat Perancang Bandar dan Desa 2010

2008 Per: Keperluan Bagi pihak Berkuasa Tempatan (PBT) Untuk Memperolehi Kelulusan Lembaga Pusat Perancang Bandar dan Desa Di Bawah
Seksyen 15(2) Ordinan Perancang Bandar dan Desa Sebelum Mengeluarkan Kelulusan Bagi permohonan Kelulusan Pembangunan Yang
Terletak Di Dalam Skim Yang Masih Berstatus Draf Atau Di Dalam Masa "Period Of Prohibition" Skim Berkenaan.

http://www.townplanning.sabah.gov.my/
PENYERAGAMAN SUBMISSION CHECKLIST UNTUK SEMUA PBT OLEH KKTP (MLGH) 2014

SOURCE:
SLIDE BY KKTP
PENYERAGAMAN SENARAI SEMAK KELULUSAN PELAN PEMBANGUNAN (DP), PELAN
BANGUNAN(BP) & SIJIL MENDUDUKI (OC)
PENYERAGAMAN SUBMISSION CHECKLIST UNTUK SEMUA PBT OLEH KKTP (MLGH) 2014

SOURCE:
SLIDE BY KKTP
PENYERAGAMAN SENARAI SEMAK KELULUSAN PELAN PEMBANGUNAN (DP), PELAN
BANGUNAN(BP) & SIJIL MENDUDUKI (OC)
http://ww2.sabah.gov.my/mlgh/SenaraiSemakPiawaian1.html

SOURCE:
SLIDE BY KKTP
PENYERAGAMAN SENARAI SEMAK KELULUSAN PELAN PEMBANGUNAN (DP), PELAN
BANGUNAN(BP) & SIJIL MENDUDUKI (OC)
SAMPLE CHECKLIST DEVELOPMENT PLAN

SOURCE:
SLIDE BY KKTP
PENYERAGAMAN SENARAI SEMAK KELULUSAN PELAN PEMBANGUNAN (DP), PELAN
BANGUNAN(BP) & SIJIL MENDUDUKI (OC)
SAMPLE FLOW CHART PELAN PEMBANGUNAN - MAJLIS DAERAH KENINGAU
DEVELOPMENT PLAN STAGE

Source:
http://ww2.sabah.gov.my/md.kgu/index.php?option=
com_content&view=article&id=82&Itemid=501&lang
=en
HOW LONG IS THE DEVELOPMENT PLAN PROCESS?
DEVELOPMENT PLAN STAGE

The Stages and time frame of planning application and approval process from OSC
Guideline and Checklist for Keningau District are as follows:

Stages and time frame of Planning application and approval process

Week 1– OSC secretariat check the planning application based on OSC checklist. A
complete application will be registered.
Stage no.1 -
Week 2– OSC secretariat distribute planning application to related technical
agencies

Week 3-6– Technical agencies give comments and checks the planning application
Stage no.2 -
and submit the application back to the OSC secretariat and local authority
Week 7-13– OSC secretariat process comments from technical agencies and
Stage no.3 -
arrange for council meeting

Source:
Development Control in Sabah within a Context of Planning System in Malaysia

NOOR SUZILAWATI BT RABE, AZILA AHMAD SARKAWI, MARIANA MOHAMMED OSMAN, SYAHRIAH BACHOK
PhD Candidate, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, International Islamic University of Malaysia, Malaysia.
Assistant Prof. Dr., Department of Urban and Regional Planning, International Islamic University of Malaysia, Malaysia.
Assistant Prof. Dr., Department of Urban and Regional Planning, International Islamic University of Malaysia, Malaysia.
Assistant Prof. Dr., Department of Urban and Regional Planning, International Islamic University of Malaysia, Malaysia.
SAMPLE CHECKLIST BUILDING PLAN

SOURCE:
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PENYERAGAMAN SENARAI SEMAK KELULUSAN PELAN PEMBANGUNAN (DP), PELAN
BANGUNAN(BP) & SIJIL MENDUDUKI (OC)
DECLARATION ACCOMPANYING

SOURCE:
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PENYERAGAMAN SENARAI SEMAK KELULUSAN PELAN PEMBANGUNAN (DP), PELAN
BANGUNAN(BP) & SIJIL MENDUDUKI (OC)
DBKK SUBMISSION BUILDING PLAN
Consultant BUILDING PLAN STAGE

1 Consultant prepares the plan and submits


to DBKK.
3A If incomplete,
prepare letter of non- 2 Plan checked for compliance of basic
compliance and requirements for submission of plan.
return to consultant.

3B If complied, open file, calculate plan


processing fee and send payment notice to
consultant.

5 Jabatan Bomba,
Health Department
4 Circulate plan to relevant departments,
and other
i.e. Jabatan Bomba, Health Department
departments give
and other departments, where necessary.
comments regarding
the plan.

6 Plan will be checked and if there are


complications or the case is not “straight
forward” one, the plan will be
referred to the Building Plans Committee.

7B If complies with requirements, approval


letter will be prepared.
7A If does not comply with
requirements, letter requesting Flow chart of the process of
8 The consultant will be contacted to
revision will be prepared and
collect the building plan which has been
application for building plan
sent to the consultant.
endorsed with approval. approval
Source:
The Official Website of Kota Kinabalu City Hall
9 The approved plan is filed. http://www.dbkk.sabah.gov.my/en/content/static/vie
w/87
SAMPLE FLOW CHART PELAN BANGUNAN - MAJLIS DAERAH KENINGAU
BUILDING PLAN STAGE

Source:
http://ww2.sabah.gov.my/md.kgu/index.php?option=
com_content&view=article&id=82&Itemid=501&lang
=en
COMMENCMENT OF WORK
COMMENCEMENT STAGE

SOURCE:
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PENYERAGAMAN SENARAI SEMAK KELULUSAN PELAN PEMBANGUNAN (DP), PELAN
BANGUNAN(BP) & SIJIL MENDUDUKI (OC)
APPLICATION FORM FOR OCCUPATIONAL CERTIFICATE
OCCUPATION CERTIFICATE

SOURCE:
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PENYERAGAMAN SENARAI SEMAK KELULUSAN PELAN PEMBANGUNAN (DP), PELAN
BANGUNAN(BP) & SIJIL MENDUDUKI (OC)
CHECKLIST INSPECTION REPORT FOR OCCUPATION CERTIFICATE
OCCUPATION CERTIFICATE

SOURCE:
KKTP WEBSITE
OCCUPATIONAL CERTIFICATE WORK FLOW
OCCUPATION CERTIFICATE
Completion Certificate For Drains -
FORM CCD-01

Completion Certificate For Estate


Roads -FORM CCER/BR-01
FORM LP/SKP-01
LAPORAN
Applicant PEMERIKSAAN YANG
Completion Certificate For Sewerage- Submit
Obtain all TELAH DISIAPKAN
LA ISSUE
FORM CCS-01
Certificate Application UNTUK SIJIL
DEVELOPER TO OC
and conduct for OC to LA KEBENARAN
COMPLY TO ALL Sijil Perakuan untuk Kerja Pemasangan PENDIAMAN/
OC Elektrikal- FORM KPE-01 inspection
PERINDUSTRIAN/
REQUIREMENTS PERDAGANGAN
Completion Certificate For Water
Supply- FORM CCWS-01

Completion Certificate For Treatment


Plant_Pump Sump- FORM CCTP-01

Pemeriksaan Lampu Jalan oleh wakil


Jurutera Projek & Kerja Am, majlis.

Pemeriksaan kawasan lapang oleh


Penguasa Penghiasan Bandar, majlis.

Surat sokongan daripada


• pejabat Kesihatan Kawasan
• Jabatan Bomba dan Penyelamat Kesahihan Lesen Pemaju dan bilangan unit dicatat dalam lesen
(untuk pembangunan perumahan sahaja).
Surat Pengesahan daripada Juruukur Pembayaran wang cagaran/jaminan bank untuk infrastruktur
Berdaftar mengenai segala pembinaan sebelum pengeluaran Sijil Kebenaran Pendiaman.
adalah terletak dalam lot masing- • 5% dari jumlah kos pembinaan infrastruktur bagi
pembangunan perumahan
masing berserta 'as built survey plan
• 10% dari jumlah kos pembinaan infrastruktur bagi
pembangunan perindustrian/perdagangan (Lesen pemaju
Lain Lain tidak diperlukan)
SAMPLE OCCCUPATION CERTIFICATE DBKK
OCCUPATION CERTIFICATE

SIGNIFICANT OF OCCUPATION CERTIFICATE

For Developer
• after the Purchaser has paid all money, performed
and observed the terms and covenants as stated
in the Sale And Purchase Agreement, the
Developer shall let the Purchaser take vacant
possession of the Property

• execute a valid and fit for registration


Memorandum of Transfer of the property for the
Purchaser.

For Purchaser
• Pay house assessment (cukai pintu) after issuance
of Occupation Certificate (OC).

• Payservice fee and sinking fund for Condominium


and Apartment after issuance of Occupation
Certificate (OC).

SOURCE: SOURCE:
SLIDE BY KKTP MLGH GUIDE FOR HOUSE PURCHASER HANDBOOK
PENYERAGAMAN SENARAI SEMAK KELULUSAN PELAN PEMBANGUNAN (DP), PELAN
BANGUNAN(BP) & SIJIL MENDUDUKI (OC)
SABAH
HOUSING
DEVELOPMENT
(CONTROL AND
LICENSING)
ENACTMENT 1978
HOUSING DEVELOPER ORDINANCE AND REGULATION

IS THERE A LAW GOVERNING HOUSING DEVELOPMENT IN SABAH?


1. HOUSING DEVELOPMENT (CONTROL AND LICENSING)
ENACTMENT 1978
2. HOUSING DEVELOPMENT (CONTROL AND LICENSING) RULES
2008

WHAT IS IT FOR?
An Enactment to provide for the control and licensing of housing
developers and for matters connected therewith

WHAT IT DOES NOT ADDRESS?


1. Built and Sell
2. VP with strata title
BAHAGIAN : 8
SEKSYEN : 26 SABAH
HOUSING DEVELOPMENT (CONTROL AND LICENSING)
ENACTMENT 1978

PART I PART II PART III PART IV PART V PART VI •PART VIII


PRELIMINARY LICENSING DUTIES OF A INVESTIGATION POWERS OF POWERS OF THE CONTROLLER •MISCELLANEOUS
HOUSING LICENSED HOUSING AND MINISTER
DEVELOPERS DEVELOPER ENFORCEMENT

13. Revocation and suspension 20. Offences relating to a


1. Short title. of a license. license under section 5.
5. Prohibition against 7. Duties of a 10. Investigation. 11. Powers of the
2. Saving and housing development licensed housing Minister to give 21. Offences by a housing
exemption. except by virtue of a developer. directions for the 14. Opportunity of being heard developer.
10A. Powers of to be afforded before
3. Interpretation. license and entry, inspection, purpose of 21A. Withdrawal of
safeguarding revocation or suspension of a money not related to the
4. Appointment of provisions relating to 8. Arrangement or seizure and arrest
interests of licence and in certain other implementation of the
Controller, Deputy the grant of a license. agreement affecting 10B. List of things
purchasers cases. housing Development
Controller, the business of a seized and detained
Inspectors and 6. Conditions or licensed housing 22. Offences by a director
10C. Requirement 16. Refund or forfeiture of of or a person connected
other officers and restrictions for the developer 12. Powers of the
to provide deposit under section 6. with the business of a
servants grant of a license. Minister to give
translation licensed
8A. Housing general directions.
10D. Offences housing developer in
Development 17. Refund or appropriation of
committed by body certain case
Account. 12A. Statutory deposit under section 5.
corporate
termination of sale 23. Penalty for offences
10E. Non-liability of not otherwise provided
9. Audit. Government, and purchase 18. Right of appeal to the
agreement Minister by an aggrieved for.
Controller and
“housing developer” officers licensed housing developer 24. Liability of director,
means any person, body of persons, against the d decision of the manager and other
10F. Presumption officials for offences
company, firm or society (by whatever name Controller
and proof committed by
described) carrying out the business of a
housing development including, where companies and liability of
appropriate, a licensed housing developer; PART VII a person for acts done by
TRIBUNAL FOR HOUSING others.
“housing development” means the carrying PURCHASER CLAIMS
25. Prosecution
out of any building operations for the
purpose of erecting in any manner housing 26. Powers to make rules.
accommodation in, on, over or under any 19. Indemnity and protection
land or the collection of moneys therefor, or against suit and proceedings.
the sale of such housing 19A to 19T
accommodation;
SABAH
SECTION HOUSING DEVELOPMENT (CONTROL AND LICENSING) ENACTMENT 1978

1 5 8A 19
LICENSE
ACCOUNT TRIBUNAL

HOUSING DEVELOPMENT (CONTROL AND HOUSING DEVELOPERS (PROJECT


LICENSING) RULES 2008 ACCOUNT) RULES 1995

SCHEDULE A : APPLICATION FOR A HOUSING


1 DEVELOPMENT LICENCE
SCHEDULE B: HOUSING DEVELOPER‟S LICENCE
3 LESEN SCHEDULE C: RENEW LICENSE 1
SCHEDULE D : APPLICATION FOR
ADVERTISEMENT AND SALE PERMIT
SCHEDULE E: ADVERTISEMENT AND SALE PERMIT Submission Certificate
5 PERMIT SCHEDULE F : RENEW AP 3 Account
SCHEDULE G— SCHEDULE H—
Sale and Sale and Purchase 7 Withdrawal money
S&P Purchase Agreement
12 (KONTRAK Agreement (Land (Subdivided Condition of withdrawal
8
JUALAN) and Building) Building)

11 9 Suplus money
1 1
11 All Monies

30 37
12
APDL CHECKLIST
SCHEDULE OF BILLING

SCHEDULE G SCHEDULE H
HOUSING DEVELOPMENT PERMIT CYCLE
SABAH HOUSING DEVELOPMENT PROCESS
COMMENCEMENT OF OCCUPATION
PLANNING & LAND BUILDING PLAN WORK
CONSTRUCTION PERIOD- CERTIFICATE DLP

Second Schedule: Progress


APPLY DEVELOPER APPLY ADVERTISING S&P Delivery of Vacant Defect Liability
Billing
LICENSE PERMIT Possession Period
Schedule G
LAND &
•SCHEDULE A : •SCHEDULE D : Schedule G - DLP 18 Months
APPLICATION FOR A APPLICATION FOR
BUILDING
Schedule G Schedule H Within 24 Month
HOUSING DEVELOPMENT ADVERTISEMENT AND
LICENCE SALE PERMIT Schedule H Individual Strata
•SCHEDULE B: HOUSING •SCHEDULE E: Title Schedule H –
SUBDIVIDED Title
DEVELOPER‟S LICENCE ADVERTISEMENT AND Within 24 Month
SALE PERMIT
BUILDING
•SCHEDULE C: RENEW
Stage billing Stage billing
LICENSE •SCHEDULE F : RENEW
AP
Setting Up of Housing
Developers Account & Pay
Deposit

PENINSULAR HOUSING DEVELOPMENT PROCESS

KM/DO BUILDING PLAN COMMENCEMENT OF WORK CCC & VP DLP


CONSTRUCTION PERIOD-

Submit Sifus to PTG Third Schedule: Progress Billing


& Submit Schedule Defect
Delivery of Vacant
Parcel to COB for Liability
Possession
stratified sales Period
Schedule G Schedule H Schedule I Schedule J
Individual Strata Individual Strata Schedule G –
Clause 1 (o) DLP 18
Title Title Title Title Within 24 Month Months
Apply Developer Apply Advertising
license & Open Permit to Stage billing Stage billing Built then Built then Schedule H – Clause 1
Accounts commence sales sell sell Clause 1 (o) (q)
10:90 10:90 Within 24 Month
WHAT ARE THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF DEVELOPER

1. MANNER OF DELIVERY OF VACANT POSSESSION


Upon the issuance of the Occupation Certificate and after the Purchaser has paid all money,
performed and observed the terms and covenants as stated in the Sale And Purchase
Agreement, the Developer shall let the Purchaser take vacant possession of the Property.

2. TO PROCURE THE SUBDIVIDED OR SUBSIDIARY TITLES


The Developer shall use its best endeavour and take all necessary steps to obtain a separate
issue of the document of title for the property for the Purchaser and shall upon the issue of the
document of title and provided that the Purchaser has paid all monies due as stipulated under
the Sale And Purchase Agreement and has performed and observed the terms and conditions of
the Sale And Purchase Agreement, forthwith execute a valid and fit for registration
Memorandum of Transfer of the property for the Purchaser.

3. COMPENSATION FOR LATE DELIVERY


The Developer shall pay the Purchaser for any delay in the delivery of vacant possession of the
Property. The amount shall be calculated from day to day at the rate of eight per centum (8%)
per annum of the purchase price commencing immediately from the date when vacant
possession ought to have been delivered until the date of issuance of Occupation Certificate.

4. DEFECTS LIABILITY PERIOD


The defect liability period is 18 months after the date of issuance of Occupation Certificate (OC).
STATE OF SABAH
LAND (SUBSIDIARY TITLE)
ENACTMENT 1972
(Sabah No. 9 of 1972)
WHAT IS STRATA TITLE ORDINANCE?

The STATE OF SABAH LAND (SUBSIDIARY TITLE) ENACTMENT 1972 is the guide for strata
title owners.

Definition:
• An Enactment to facilitate the subdivision of building into parcels and for purposes
connected therewith and incidental thereto.

WHAT IT DOES NOT ADDRESS?

• ONLY ADDRESS FOR BUILDING TO BE SUBDIVIDED MORE THAN 5 STOREY


• ACCESORY PARCEL
• LAND PARCEL / GATED GUARDED DEVELOPMENT
• VP WITH STRATA TITLE
• STRATA MANAGEMENT BEFORE THE ISSUANCE OF SUBSIDARY TITLE
BAHAGIAN : 6 STATE OF SABAH
SEKSYEN : 44 LAND (SUBSIDIARY TITLE) ENACTMENT 1972

PART I PART II PART III PART IV PART V PART VI PART VII


PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION OF BUILDINGS THE SUBSIDIARY THE MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT OF THE RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS MISCELLANEOUS
REGISTER CORPORATION BUILDING ATTACHING TO
INDIVIDUALS PARCELS
1. Short title and 4. Power to subdivide 14. Establishment of a 18. By-laws for 26. Power of Court to
commencement. 11. Preparation and
buildings, and certain management regulation of the 23. Rights of subsidiary order or prohibit the
maintenance of
buildings ancillary thereto. corporation. subdivided building. owner in his parcel and in management
register of subsidiary
2. Interpretation. 5. Conditions for approval of title. 14A. Restrictions on 19. The management common property. corporation to take
subdivision. management fund. action.
12. Documents of 24. Rights of support,
3. Application of Land 6. Application for approval. subsidiary title. corporation during initial 20. Acquisition of service and shelter. 27. Service of
Ordinance. 7. Powers of Director in period. additional land and documents.
13. Effect of opening 25. Restriction on voting
relation to applications. file of subsidiary 14B. Obligation of acceptance of rights. 28. Offences by the
8. Action by Government register. original owner to hold easements. corporation.
surveyor after approval of first annual general 20A. Management 29. Rules.
subdivision. meeting. corporation register. 30. Amendment of the
9. Issue of subsidiary title to 15. Ownership of 21. Rating. Schedules.
individual parcels. common property and 22. Termination of
custody of issue subdivision.
9A. Subdivision and
document of title to the
amalgamation.
land.
9B. Share units. SCHEDULES
16. Pre-existing
9C. Conditions for approval of contracts.
subdivision and
16A. Duty of vendor or
amalgamation. Schedule 1
assignee.
9D. Application for subdivision FORM A-Application
17. Duties and powers of
or amalgamation. FORM B- Subsidiary Register Index
the corporation.
10. Share units. FORM C-Subsidiary Register Statement
17A. Powers of
Chairman of Local FORM D –Subsidiary Title
Authority to carry out FORM E - Termination
duties of corporation.
SECOND SCHEDULE
MANAGEMENT CORPORATION

THIRD SCHEDULE
BY-LAWS FOR THE REGULATION OF
SUBDIVIDED BUILDINGS
IMPORTANT GLOSSARY

Interpretation Definition
“subdivided building” means a building subdivided under Part II or, where two or
more buildings standing on one lot are so subdivided, those
buildings;
“parcel” one of the individual parcels into which a subdivided
building is subdivided;
“accessory parcel” any parcel shown in an index and storey plan as an
accessory parcel which is used or intended to be used in
conjunction with a parcel;
“subsidiary title” title issued under this Enactment to any of the individual
parcels within a building which has been subdivided
pursuant to the provisions of Part II
“share units” the share units specified for the parcels of a subdivided
building in the file of the subsidiary register relating to the
building;
“common property” in relation to a subdivided building —
(a) the land on which the building stands, together with so
much of the building as is excluded from the parcels;
and
(b) the remainder of the lot, together with any other
buildings standing thereon;
ADDRESS IN STRATA TITLE ORDINANCE 1995 NOT ADDRESS IN STRATA TITLE ORDINANCE
Land capable of being subdivided into parcels
Building capable of being subdivided into parcels

Building or land capable of being subdivided into parcels


IMPORTANT GLOSSARY

Interpretation Definition
“provisional block” Nil
“provisional share units” Nil
“provisional subsidiary title” Nil

“management corporation” in relation to any particular subdivided building


shown in the file of the subsidiary register, the
management corporation established for that
building;
“Initial Period” in relation to a management corporation, means the
period commencing on the day on which the
management corporation is established and ending
on such day (not earlier than the day of the
notification) as the registrar shall notify the
management corporation that there are registered
subsidiary owners excluding the original owner the
sum total of whose share units is at least one third
of the aggregate share units of the building;
“management fund”
What are architects duties under the Strata Title Enactment?
REFER SECTION 4-6
Advise developer on:
SECTION
WHAT Sec 4- Power to subdivide buildings, and certain buildings ancillary thereto.
4. (1) The owner of any lease held as one lot under a title issued under the Land Ordinance [Cap. 68.] or any previous land law may engage a
surveyor to subdivide into parcels, each to be held by him under a separate subsidiary title for the approval of the Director
WHEN Sec 4A- Specified period for application of subdivision.
4A. (1) The owner of any lease on which there is a building capable of being subdivided under section 4 shall apply in accordance with section
6, within the specified period in subsection (4), for subdivision of the building if at any time he has sold or intended to sell any parcel in such a
building to any person.
(4) The specified period required under subsection (1) is as follows:
(a) for buildings completed on a date before the commencement of this section —
(i) if the sale is made before the date of commencement of this section, the period is six months after the date of commencement of this
section;
(ii) if the sale is made after the date of commencement of this section, the period is six months from the date of sale; or
(b) for buildings completed on a date after the commencement of this section —
(i) if any sale was made before the date of completion of the building, the period is before the building is certified as fit for occupation;
(ii) if the sale is intended to be made after the date of completion of the building, the period is before any sale can be entered into.
CONDITION SEC 5 Conditions for approval of subdivision.
5. Director may approve the subdivision of any building or buildings under this Part provided that the following conditions are satisfied —
(a) that the subdivision would not contravene any restriction in interest to which the land comprised in that lot is for the time being subject;
(b) that the subdivision would not be contrary to the provisions of any written law for the time being in force and that any requirements
imposed with respect thereto by or under such law have been complied with;
(c) that no item of land revenue is outstanding in respect of the land.

REQUIREMENTS SEC 6- Application for approval.


6. (1) Any application for the approval of the Director to the subdivision of any building or buildings shall be made in writing to the Collector,
in Form A of the First Schedule and shall be accompanied by —
(a) such fee as may be prescribed;
(b) an index plan,
(c) in relation to each storey of each building, a storey plan, that is to say, a plan containing the details specified in subsection (3) and similarly
certified;
(d) two additional copies of the index plan, and of each of the storey plans;
(f) the issue document of title to the lot.
STRATA TITLE/ SUBSIDIARY TITLE PROCESS

STATE OF SABAH - LAND (SUBSIDIARY TITLE) ENACTMENT 1972

PLANNING BP Site Possession OCCUPATION CERTIFICATE

Submit application to Director coordinates: Proprietor there after Establish


subdivide building • Fees to be paid to pay all strata MC
documents 6 month from • Survey cost subsidiary title Sec 14
S&P to Director ( Dept • Certified Plan incurred shall be issued
Land & Survey)

NEW STRATA PROCESS ( PENINSULAR)


KM BP Site Possession CCC & VP

Submit Propose Strata


Submit Sifus to PTG Plan to JUPEM At G12

Submit Schedule Parcel to COB JUPEM issue CPSP

Submit to Land Office


Obtain Permit
And commence sale Establish
VP & issuance Strata Title MC
SMA 2013
PROCESS OF THE SABAH STRATA ENACMENT
Application for approval.
-Application made in writing to the Collector, in Form A of the First Schedule
APPLICATION FOR and shall be accompanied by —
SUBDIVISION OF A
FORM A S 6(1) (a) such fee as may be prescribed;
BUILDING (b) an index plan,
(c) a plan containing the details specified in subsection (3) and similarly certified;
(d) two additional copies of the index plan, and of each of the storey plans;
(f) the issue document of title to the lot.

COLLECTOR Powers of Director in relation to applications.


7. (1) On any application under subsection (1) of section 6 the Director shall —
S.7(1) (a) if the conditions specified in section 5 are satisfied and that each of the proposed parcels will have —
(i) adequate means of access not passing through another parcel;
DIRECTOR (ii) adequate means of internal communication not passing through the common property; and
(iii) such minimum superficial areas as prescribed or approved by the Director,
approve the subdivision;
(b) in any other case, reject the application:

APPROVAL

S.7(2) S.7(3)
Approve Reject
7(2) Where he has approved any subdivision under this Part, the Director shall — the Director shall notify the owner and
(a) transmit the application and the other documents presented therewith to the the Collector, and shall cause to be
Government surveyor; and cancelled the note thereof endorsed on
(b) on being notified by the Government surveyor of the estimated amount of the the register document of title pursuant to
fees chargeable in respect of — subsection (6) of section 6.
(i) any survey to be carried out under paragraph (a) of subsection (1) of section 8;
and the Director shall require the Registrar to open a file
(ii) the preparation of plans, and copies of plans, pursuant to paragraphs (b) and (c) of the subsidiary register in accordance with the
of that subsection, provisions of section 11, and to prepare, register and
require the Collector to call for the payment of that amount by the owner. issue documents of subsidiary title in accordance
with the provisions of section 12.
PROPRIETOR
PAID
DIRECTOR S.11 : Preparation and maintenance of
strata register FORM B & C
S.8(1) S.9
Action by Government surveyor after approval of subdivision. Issue of subsidiary title to individual parcels
After subdivision has been approved , Government surveyor is informed by the On receiving from the Government surveyor the
Collector that the amount demanded of his fees has been duly paid, he shall — documents referred to in paragraph (d) of
subsection (1) of section 8, the Director shall
S.12 : Strata title document :
(a) carry out such survey of the land in question -Strata title
(b) from the relevant index plan and storey plans —
require the Collector to call upon the owner for FORM D
payment of —
(i) Prepare with such modifications as he may consider necessary in the light of any
such survey; and (a) any amount underpaid as mentioned in that
(ii) file in his office, a certified plan complying with the requirements of subsection paragraph; and
(2); (b) the fees chargeable in connection with the
preparation and registration of documents of
S.22(1) : Termination of Subdivision
(c) prepare one copy of the certified plan for retention by the Director
(d) send to the Director a copy of the certified plan and diagrams so prepared, the subsidiary title to the individual parcels (giving FORM E
issue document of title to the land and a note of any amount underpaid or overpaid credit for any amount overpaid as mentioned in
in respect of his fees under this subsection. that paragraph);
FORM A : APPLICATION FOR SUBDIVISION OF A BUILDING
FORM B : SUBSIDIARY REGISTER INDEX
FORM C: SUBSIDIARY REGISTER STATEMENT
FORM D : SUBSIDIARY TITLE
SUMMARY

DEVELOPER OBTAIN BP / ADVERTISEMENT LICENSE /


COMMENCE SALE OF PROPERTY

APPLY FOR STRATA TITLE UNDER CONDITION


SECTION 6

SATISFY STRATA TITLE CONDITION


SECTION 7,8 & 9

OBTAIN STRATA TITLE (SECTION 12 AND

SET UP MC AFTER STRATA TITLE OBTAIN


(SECTION 14)
SUMMARY
SHAREDA CONCERN

Shareda: Faster DP approval can lower house prices


January 30, 2015 by Kent Ta

SABAH — Speedier development plan (DP) approval could reduce losses for developers and the savings
could be passed down to consumers, according to Sabah Housing Real Estate Developers Association
(Shareda) President Datuk Francis Goh.

This is possible by changing the current approval procedure directly to the Central Board (CB) under the
State Local Government and Housing Ministry from local authorities and relevant departments.

He said that Shareda has always voiced out developers’ concerns over the long duration, which takes
between 18 to 24 months for processing. Goh said the delay in processing always entails a five to 10 per
cent of the property prices.
“We recommend the ‘top down’ procedure instead of the traditional ‘bottom up’ process whereby it is
highly suggested that the DP is submitted directly to the CB, which is the highest approving authority,”
said Goh.

Goh said the current procedure prescribes developers to submit their DP to the local authority that will
later distribute it to 11 advisory departments like the Public Works Department (PWD) and drainage and
Irrigation Department (DID) for feedback and comments.
After collating all comments from the 11 departments, the local authority will call for a meeting to look Goh said the delay in processing always
into the DP and give approval before forwarding it to the CB, which requires another three to four entails a five to 10 per cent of the
months to deliberate the DP. Approval will be given by the local authority upon the CB’s approval. property prices.

“The whole procedure will take about 18 to 24 months. Additionally, we need to apply for the
commercial rate to pay for the land premium and the developer license that would take another six
months, adding up to a total duration up to 30 months,” said Goh.
Developers would bear hefty losses, including consultation fees if the Board rejected their DP. Goh said
that if the ‘top down’ approach is adopted instead, it will reduce the development risks.

Source:
http://terravalue.asia/property-times/shareda-faster-dp-approval-can-lower-house-prices/
ISSUES AND PROBLEMS IN PLANNING PERMIT PROCESS AND APPROVAL
DEVELOPMENT PLAN STAGE
In a PHD studies on Development Control in Sabah within a Context of Planning System in Malaysia
presented in APSA Congress 2011, conducted by NOOR SUZILAWATI BT RABE of IIUM, During the
interview survey, several issues and problems related to planning application and planning approval
process were highlighted by respondents which are;
Issues

Procedural issues Delay By Authorities Other issues


1. It takes about 6 to 9 months to obtain a 1. Late feedback from the Town and Country 1. Late completed or amended
complete planning approval compared to Planning Central Board causes delay in from developers would
suggested duration of 13 weeks (91 days)-FGD approval processes delay the approval process

2. Differences in planning application process 2. Lack of manpower to execute the 2. Objection from the public,
among different types of local authorities planning application and approval process approval from the planning
during the absent of OSC officer, caused committee at local
1. Comments from technical agencies and delay in the decision making process authority level and rejection
additional requirements or conditions were from Central Board are the
matters that have been discussed during the 3. Lack of manpower in the processing of main reasons for refusal
planning committee meetings and further planning applications caused some local
imposed to applicant authorities fail to execute the site
inspection procedure
2. No specific site inspection procedure during the
planning application processes. It is performed 4. The committee meetings were held more
by the same person processing the application than 9 times per year but might differ
during when it requested by the planning according to the level of local authorities
committee. and number of planning submissions

3. Outdate provision of law and procedure in 5. Other establishment of additional


Sabah Cap 141 departments or committees responsible
for the planning approval process create
higher red tape
Source:
Development Control in Sabah within a Context of Planning System in Malaysia

NOOR SUZILAWATI BT RABE, AZILA AHMAD SARKAWI, MARIANA MOHAMMED OSMAN, SYAHRIAH BACHOK
PhD Candidate, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, International Islamic University of Malaysia, Malaysia.
SUGGESTION IN THE THESIS DONE BY NOOR SUZILAWATI
DEVELOPMENT PLAN STAGE
1. Document and guidelines are to be reviewed - One of the findings related to planning documents and guidelines is that the
provision of law and procedures in Ordinance (Sabah Cap 141) are outdated. Thus, it is recommended that the planning document i.e. Sabah Cap
141, Building by-laws 1984, planning scheme and local plan to be reviewed.

2. Standardization of Planning Submission Process - Checklist and guidelines for condition need to be standardized and updated. The
updated version would help to provide accurate information to the public as well as to professionals or practitioners. This could assist in linking
development control process whilst increasing professional recognition and understanding towards the process in the state. It is recommended that
the process of site investigation procedure should be made compulsory and systematically designed to expedite the process. This approach could
ensure greater awareness on the development control process and help in achieving sustainable development.

3. Increase the number of OSC Secretariats within every council - Currently, there is only one OSC member who functions as the
secretariat within every local authority’s area. Due to the wide scope of development planning system, it is recommended that every local
authority’s area employ permanent OSC secretariat. This recommendation is concurrent with the issue of lack of manpower to execute planning
investigation procedure.

4. Planning Approval Process - All developers and consultants should adhered to the guidelines and planning Act for their planning
application. Major issues in planning application are delays in the approval process. Concurrent with this finding, it is recommended that all
professionals involved in the process such as developer, consultant and the general public to refer to the provision of planning documents and Act
as a guideline during preparation of development proposals. In effect, this process will reduce consequences of refusal of the planning application
and speed up the process for planning permission and approval.

5. Establishment of a direct and more transparent public engagement - The research findings suggest that involvement of the
public can help to strengthen the process of development control in the state. Even though there is a procedure for public engagement stated in
Sabah Cap 141, but in real practice, only a limited number of the public will participate in the process. With the establishment of a direct and more
transparent public engagement procedure in the process, this would help to tackle and even solve local problems related to development control
process in the state.

6. A standard time frames for different types of application - Planning application and approval process should be set up with a
sensible time-frame from the start. Standardize time frame for different types of planning application based on its complexity, major or minor of
conditions imposed on the application and scale of proposed development is recommended to guide local authorities as well as developers and
public throughout the development control process.
Source:
Development Control in Sabah within a Context of Planning System in Malaysia

NOOR SUZILAWATI BT RABE, AZILA AHMAD SARKAWI, MARIANA MOHAMMED OSMAN, SYAHRIAH BACHOK
PhD Candidate, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, International Islamic University of Malaysia, Malaysia.
SABAH SUMMARY OF TOTAL DEVELOPMENT PROCESS
CONSTRUCTION PERMIT PROCESS
Applicant to SUBMIT TO LOCAL AUTHORITY -OSC SUBMISSION BUILDING Permohonan Untuk COMPLY LOCAL AUTHORITY Permohonan untuk
appoint an PLAN TO LOCAL Kebenaran Permulaan CHECKLIST BEFORE OC sijil kebenaran
architect or • Senarai Semak Untuk Penyerahan AUTHORITY Kerja pendiaman
• Completion Certificate For
consultant Pelan Jalan, Perparitan, pendudukan
Drains
who is Pembetungan, Bekalan Air, Kerja • Senarai Semak penghunian
registered Tanah Dan Lampu Jalan
Receive clearance • Completion Certificate For
Pengemukaan for ‘Permohonan
with Local • Senarai Semak Untuk Penyerahan Estate Roads
Permohonan Pelan- untuk kebenaran
Authority Pelan Pembahagian Tanah Pelan Bangunan • Completion Certificate For
Mula Kerja’ from Sewerage
• Permohonan Untuk Penyerahan • Declaration Local authority
Pelan Kejuruteraan Accompanying • Completion Certificate For
• Permohonan Untuk Penyerahan • Permohonan Untuk Treatment Plant_Pump Sump
Pelan Kerja-Kerja Tanah Penyerahan Pelan • Completion Certificate For
• Permohonan Untuk Penyerahan Bangunan Water Supply
Pelan Pembahagian Tanah • Sijil Perakuan untuk Kerja
• Permohonan Untuk Penyerahan Pemasangan Elektrikal
Pelan Pembangunan

PEKELILING LLPBD Bil.1/2013


All development Plan have to get approval
from Central Town and Country Planning
board

DEVELOPMENT COMMENCEMENT OF OCCUPATION


PLAN BUILDING PLAN WORK CERTIFICATE
PROFESSIONAL DLP
REGISTER CONSTRUCTION PERIOD

Sign S&P Second Schedule: Progress Billing


HOUSING APPLY DEVELOPER LICENSE APPLY Delivery of Defect
ADVERTISING Vacant Liability
DEVELOPMENT PERMIT Schedule G Possession Period
•SCHEDULE A : APPLICATION
PERMIT FOR A HOUSING LAND &
PROCESS DEVELOPMENT LICENCE •SCHEDULE D : BUILDING Schedule G – DLP 18
•SCHEDULE B: HOUSING APPLICATION FOR Schedule G Schedule H Clause 1 (o) Months
DEVELOPER‟S LICENCE ADVERTISEMENT Individual Strata Within 24 Month
Schedule H
•SCHEDULE C: RENEW AND SALE PERMIT Title Title Clause 1
SUBDIVIDED Schedule H –
LICENSE •SCHEDULE E: BUILDING (q)
ADVERTISEMENT Clause 1 (o)
Stage billing Stage billing
AND SALE PERMIT Within 24 Month
Setting Up of Housing
Developers Account & Pay •SCHEDULE F :
Deposit RENEW AP

there after
Submit application to Director coordinates: Proprietor
strata
STRATA TITLES subdivide building • Survey to pay all
subsidiary
Establish
documents 6 month from • Certified Plan cost MC
PROCESS S&P to Director ( Dept • Fees to be paid incurred
title shall be
Sec 14
issued
Land & Survey)
PENINSULAR MALAYSIA SUMMARY DEVELOPMENT PERMIT PROCESS

CONSTRUCTION PERMIT PROCESS


Collation of information Submission to OSC for • FORM B Certify (For large Final Inspection I Deposit CCC to
from technical agencies propose development • PDC 6, FORM scale projects) PBAN, TNB & PBT/JKR LA, Developer ,
Water, Electric, MSIG Vol II G1-G21 PBAN Permohonan Sambungan LAM
Telecomunications, Land KM / BP/ Structure/ • Borang By TNB,BOMBA,, komunikasi.
Engineering/ Earthwork/ JKJ103, stages IWK, DOSH FORM F
Infrastructure/ Landscape dan JKR/PBT. Final Inspection II JPBM, FORM G1-G21
FORM A : Submission • Sijil tanah
DOSH, APP (IWK/MAJAARI) CLEARANCE
BP/ Structure • etc LETTER

PRE CONSIDERATION COMMENCEMENT INTERIM FINAL


FOR DEVELOPMENT INSPECTION INSPECTION DEPOSIT CCC DLP
CONSULTATION OF WORK
CONSTRUCTION PERIOD-

Apply Advertising Third Schedule: Progress Billing


HOUSING Permit &
Developer license Delivery of Vacant All schedule
DEVELOPMENT (APDL) Possession
PERMIT simultaneously to DLP 24
commence sales Schedule G & I - Months
PROCESS Within 24 Month

Schedule H & J –
Schedule G Schedule H Schedule I Schedule J Within 36 Month
Individual Strata Individual Title Strata
Title Title Title
Built then sell
Stage billing Stage 10:90 Built then sell
billing 10:90

Super structure
stage

STRATA TITLES Submit Sifus to Obtain Permit


And
Submit Propose Establish
PTG & Submit Strata Plan to
PROCESS Schedule Parcel to commence
JUPEM at G12
Submit to Land VP & issuance MC
sale Office Strata Title SMA 2013
COB for stratified and obtain CPSP
sales After BP
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