ISLAMABAD: The Capital Development Authority (CDA) has announced its plans to revise the layout plan for Sector D-12 and Blue Area in a board meeting presided over by Chairman CDA Amer Ali Ahmed.
The board was informed of a chunk of unutilised land, identified for the creation of 81 new plots of various sizes. The changes have been incorporated by the authority in the new plan for Sector D-12.
As many as 81 plots were identified in a chunk of land, which will be incorporated in the new layout plan of sector D-12.
Moreover, the officials appraised the authority’s board on the revision plan for the layout of Blue Area, with the agenda of the meeting titled, “Development of Blue Area: an initiative by the federal government.”
This agenda item was a nod to the Naya Pakistan Housing Authority, which is looking forward to initiating joint ventures with CDA on the civic agency’s commercial land in Blue Area.
In addition, the board also deliberated on the revision of the G-9 portion of Blue Area, opposite F-9 Park.
The board meeting approved the addition of almost 20 commercial plots, including a six-acre site for a five-star hotel, in the G-9 portion of Blue Area.
Prior to this, 12 acres were allotted for the construction of the hotel. However, the plan was rejected by the investors due to feasibility issues.
Further acting on the notification of the federal cabinet, the board meeting announced restructuring within the authority.
As per the new changes, the Vice-Chairman- currently a vacant post, has been tasked to exercise the administrative and financial roles for the authority. Once hired, he shall be the acting chief executive officer (CEO) of the CDA.
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