It involved 74 changes in land use, which covers 240ha of land within the municipality.
MPSJ deputy president Abdullah Marjunid said amendments to the gazetted plan were necessary to keep up with the rapid development.
"Some planning applications are found to be conflicting with the land use specified in the local plan, but the development suggestions should be given due consideration.
"Therefore, the local plan should be amended as soon as possible so these suggestions could be included, pending agreement and approval," he said.
A public participation and publicity programme was held recently to introduce the proposed amendments.
Selangor Housing, Building Maintenance and Squatters committee chairman Iskandar Abdul Samad, who was present to launch the programme, said some amendments were raised to accommodate the LRT line extension project.
"It is more viable to change the land use from residential to commercial in areas where the LRT will go through," he explained.
The MPSJ also introduced the Bukit Serdang Special Area Draft Plan2010-2020, focusing on improving traffic, infrastructure and amenities in the area.
There would be changes in land use too.
MPSJ assistant town planning director Hazman Mohd Mahayudin said the council would restrict the density in new residential areas in Bukit Serdang to 24 units per acre, while the current overall density in the municipality was 60 units per acre.
"We are also looking at proving another access point in Bukit Serdang, in addition to the current two alternatives to solve the traffic problem," he said.
Hazman added that the MPSJ would organise briefing sessions for the public soon.
Meanwhile, the public can visit Bangunan Darul Ehsan in Shah Alam and MPSJ headquarters from now till March 19 to look at both plans, or download them from www.mpsj.gov.my
They can submit their suggestions or objections to the council by 4pm on March 19.
"The MPSJ will organise a public hearing in mid-April. The Draf Local Plan 2020 (Amendment 1) and Bukit Serdang Special Area Draft Plan will then be gazetted three months later," Iskandar said.
Kelana Jaya MP Loh Gwo Burne, MPSJ councillors and residents' representatives also attended the event.
When pressed for comments on the plans, the councillors said they were not presented the plans prior to the event despite requests.
"We just received the CD containing the plans from the registration counter. We do not know what are the proposed amendments to the Local Plan 2020 and the plans for Bukit Serdang," said one of them - Star Metro Online.