SHAH ALAM, 19 Nov: The State Government has approved the construction of 38 Youth Squares across Selangor with 10 of them fully functional for recreational activities and sports.
Malay Customs, Youth and Sports Exco member, Dr Ahmad Yunus Hairi said that the construction is designed for public use, especially for the youth and children by providing each State Legislative Assembly (DUN)a Youth Square.
“The condition is that the square has to be built on state-owned land with an area of 683 square meters minimum for a multipurpose court and 458 square meters for the Youth Square.
“Amenities include a fenced multipurpose court for futsal, netball and a sepak takraw as well as toilet facilities. The Youth Square also comes with a stage,” he said in his answer to the Bangi assemblyman, Dr Shafie Abu Bakar in the State Assembly (DNS) session here today.
He goes on to explain that other than the amount specified, five existing areas are being restored for the same purpose.