Islamabad: The Capital Development Authority (CDA) will initiate five development projects in the capital city. The civic agency has substantially improved its performance after the devolution of several powers to it.
During the 45th meeting of CDA-DWP, PC-1s of five different projects were presented before a competent team, which gave a green signal to all of them.
The meeting was presided over by Member Planning & Design, Member Engineering, and officials of Planning Commission and Interior Ministry. The meeting’s agenda was centered on development projects in the residential sectors of Islamabad.
Details of the projects
23,827 housing units will be constructed in the capital city, for which Rs18 billion have been approved. Some tenders have already been issued while the rest will be done on immediate basis.
- PC-1 for the development of sector E-12 was also approved, for which Rs6630.2 million have been allocated. Under the PC-1, complete infrastructure of the sector will be renovated or constructed, wherever needed.
- The meeting also approved PC-1 amounting to Rs5656.24 million for the development of sector I-15.
- Similarly, PC-I amounting to Rs3112.162 million was also approved for the development of sector I-14.
- PC-I amounting to Rs2618.25 million was approved for the development of sector I-11.
- PC-1 amounting to Rs343.79 million was approved for the development of infrastructure works in sector G-5 Islamabad.
Nature of Work
Construction of roads, drainage system, water supply systems, sewerage system, grid system etc.