ISLAMABAD: Capital Development Authority (CDA) has accelerated action against non-conforming usage of land. Premises which were being used other than the purpose of their allotment were taken action against.
In this connection, Building Control Directorate, along with other concerned authorities, in collaboration with Islamabad District Administration and Islamabad Police, has expedited action against non-conforming use in different areas of the city.
An operation was conducted on Monday at G-9 Markaz, and a plaza was sealed.
The plot, on which a plaza is currently constructed, was allotted for a clinic. However, the premises were being used for other commercial uses which violated the bylaws.
The plaza was currently in use of Punjab Cash and Carry, Punjab Pharmacy, Simirions ladies gym, First Woman Bank, a telecom franchise and nine other shops.
The premises were sealed earlier this year and were de-sealed on the undertaking submitted by the owner of the plaza regarding non-conforming use.
However, the premises were being used for other commercial activities again, which led to the authorities taking action.
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