The district of Rawalpindi will be constructing its first modern Circuit House, the construction of which is estimated to cost Rs1.84 billion. The funds were allocated under the provincial government’s annual development program (ADP), along with sanctions for the renovation and upgrading of the Rawalpindi commissioner’s Murree camp office and also the remodelling of the district revenue officer’s residence.
This Circuit House will be Rawalpindi’s first extraordinary facility and will be managed by the Deputy Commissioner. During the colonial era, a circuit was an administrative unit in the administration. At each circuit, such residences served as a place for officers to remain while traveling their circuit. It also served as an official guesthouse. It was also the administrative center, with administrative offices on the premises or nearby.
The Circuit House will be built on five canals of land owned by the government, which has already been designated. The construction is anticipated to be finished within 18 months. Previously, it was reported that the proposed structure would be at least a 24-kanal, five-story building. In conjunction with the bids, the construction contract for the circuit house will be granted the following month.
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