ISLAMABAD: The Capital Development Authority Development Working Party (CDA-DWP) approved seven public welfare projects with a total cost of Rs10,593 million on Tuesday.
The 46th meeting of CDA-DWP held at the CDA headquarters, headed by Chairman CDA Amir Ali Ahmed, was attended by officials of the Planning Commission, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Interior and other relevant departments.
PC-I and PC-II of various development projects in the capital were put forth in the meeting for approval.
PC-II of the project titled Consultancy Services for detailed assessment of the current infrastructure of Islamabad, prepare the design and detailed implementation plan for Islamabad sectoral areas and major highways/avenues, was approved. The project has been estimated to cost approximately Rs10 million.
PC-I costing Rs101.182 million of the project titled widening/improvement of Korang road between Margalla phase-I and II Islamabad was approved. The project entails E&M works, soft landscaping, improvement and widening of the decrepit section of Korang road between Margalla phase-I and II.
The meeting also approved PC-I with an estimated cost of Rs1,312.354 million of a project titled traffic management solution for Rawal Chowk Road, Islamabad.
PC-I for the development of sector I-12, amounting to Rs8,414 million, was also approved by the CDA-DWP.
The CDA-DWP also approved PC-I costing Rs844.33 million for the development of Model Urban Shelter project Farash Town, Islamabad.
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