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Najib launches UTC Kuantan
02 April 2013| last updated at 12:03AM
Kudos to Pahang transformation hub
ONVENIENT: People have easy access to various govt agencies
KUANTAN: THE state Urban Transformation Centre (Pahang UTC) which took off the ground yesterday received the thumbs up from the public who visited the complex yesterday.
Operating between 8.30am and 10pm daily, the facility marked yet another of the government’s initiative to help the public get various services under one roof.
Beside housing the service counters for 48 federal and state departments, 12 statutory bodies and five financial institutions, it also features a gymnasium, an aerobic studio, an archery range, a 1Malaysia clinic and a library.
Strategically located in the heart of town, it also has an open parking bay that can accommodate 150 vehicles.
Friday April 26, 2013 MYT 12:11:42 AM
Kuantan folk find UTC an ease to running errands
KUANTAN: The one-stop centre concept of the Pahang Urban Transformation Centre (UTC) in the heart of Kuantan has received a positive feedback from local town folk.
Retiree Osman Abdullah, 62, said the establishment of UTC meant he did not have to travel as far as 10km to run his errands such as renewing road tax or paying utility bills.
The UTC, built at a cost of RM37mil, houses 24 Federal Government agencies, 15 state government agencies, 12 private agencies and seven NGOs.
“Previously I had to run everywhere to get things done. I am happy that I only have to go to one place now,” said Osman, who came to attend the UTC launch with his wife Fatimah Mohd Sidek, 61.
“I want to see what is inside the building,” he added.
The old Terminal Makmur bus station was converted into UTC in just five weeks.
Other facilities include music studio, gymnasium, aerobic studio, indoor archery range and cyber cafe. The building can accommodate up to 5,000 people at a time.