ISLAMABAD: The Capital Development Authority (CDA) gives multiple new development projects the go-ahead. The multi-billion projects aim to uplift the living standards of residents in Islamabad.
The projects were approved at a Development Working Party (DWP) meeting chaired by the CDA chairman Noorul Amin Mengal. The projects encompass both rural and urban areas of the capital.
The PC-I of a scheme worth 10.5 billion rupees was approved for rural areas of Islamabad. The development work in the project includes revamping roads, upgrading water supply systems, and constructing street pavements and sanitation systems. The project is expected to complete within two years.
Moreover, the Chatta Bakhtawar Housing Scheme (worth Rs. 2,120 million) and Rs. 1,424 million projects for constructing a two-lane flyover at Rawat T-Chowk from N-5 Gujar Khan to the Islamabad Highway were also approved. The flyover construction is anticipated to complete within nine months of the ongoing year.
CDA also gave the nod to a revised PC-I for the Islamabad bus service project worth Rs. 9,614 million. Another project worth Rs. 2,573 million for the sanitation directorate was also approved to acquire new machinery.
Furthermore, CDA also sanctioned a PC-I for constructing an underpass from 7th Avenue to Serena Chowk. The project is worth Rs. 4,109 and aims to expand Srinagar Highway to alleviate traffic issues and facilitate the public. For the latest Real Estate News and Blogs, visit Realtors blogs.