Kiara hill residents are troubled by noise from construction site Johor baru:More than 200 residents in taman nusa indah, kiara hill are in a dilemma as they are forced to deal with noisy 24hour construction and blasting works of the construction of water towers metres away from their houses. The angered residents who have been dealing with the problem for the past two years said the blasting works carried ralphlaurenuk out by the construction company were also causing hairline cracks and damaging their homes. Engineering assistant liyau teck sien, 40, said he could not stand the inconsiderate behaviour of the construction company as they would drill, blast and continuously create a ruckus until the wee hours of the morning. "We cannot sleep and we have to deal with the dust and debris which coats our houses everyday,"He said adding that the thick dust also caused his four children ralph lauren uk aged between five to 15 to constantly fall ill. Not happy:Taman nusa indah residents holding up police reports and pictures of their damaged houses. Warehouse assistant pandi devan, 35, said construction works also caused the water pressure at the housing area to reduce dramatically and the electricity to be disrupted. "Our lights and television sets flicker and sometimes the pressure is so low that it is so hard for us to even take a shower,"He said adding that the large lorries and heavy vehicles also frequently travelled within the residential area and was a hazard to the many children who reside there. The group's representative, manjit singh, 35, said the community had lodged more than 60 police reports and even complained to the local council who later issued an immediate stop work order to the construction company. "The stop work order was issued twice. Meanwhile, mbjbt secretary, farizal ismail admitted that the project had commenced without any approval from the council. "We will have to speak to the developer, land owner and other parties involved and will take subsequent action soon,"He said urging the residents to be patient while they iron out the problem.