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Housing and Urban Wellbeing Committee (2019-2020)

Chairman Ar. Norzakiah Arshad
Co-Chairman Ar. Adrianta Aziz
Ar. Mazlin Ghazali
Ar. Sarizal Yusman Yusoff
Committee Members
  • Ar. Abu Zarim Abu Bakar
  • Dato’ Ar. Zulkhairi Md Zain
  • Ar. Mustapha Kamal Zulkarnain
  • Ar. Lam Kok Liang
  • Dr. Asrul Mahjuddin Resang Aminuddin


The Committee’s objective is to work with all stakeholders and function as key advisor in striving for an improved delivery of housing projects and the betterment of quality of lives in housing communities.

Scope of Works

  1. To act as the “expert” group of PAM which deals with all matters of Housing that have been referred to Council from both the government and private sectors, the public or any other organisation.
  2. To provide an advisory service to practising architects, the government or the private sector.
  3. To assist the government in proposing and developing related guidelines to arrive at acceptable standards and specifications for low and medium cost houses.
  4. To engage in dialogues with the Ministry of Housing and Local Government regularly in housing related matters that needs urgent attention by all stakeholders.
  5. To respond to housing problems, identify housing issues, and create awareness among members to keep them informed on housing issues.
  6. To defend and advance the important role of architects to the public, developers, authorities and government in matters related to housing in the country.
  7. To engage in greater context with the housing communities and public to congregate information that can be promoted to all the stakeholders concerned for improvement to the current systems and policies.
  8. To explore more participation of architects via open competitions in the design and construction of affordable homes in the greater Klang Valley with all stakeholders, namely the Public and private sector property developers.
  9. To hold workshops to discuss housing issues and problems and publish solutions for public consumption.
  10. To build up a resource centre or databank of information on housing where literature and expertise can be extracted from by the practising architects, government, private sectors and the public.
  11. To undertake studies and assignments on housing.
  12. To organise research programmes for architectural students.

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