Islamabad: The Capital Development Authority (CDA) Design Vetting Committee (DVC) on Thursday approved the design proposals for seven building developments that fall in line with the government’s efforts to revive economic and construction activity within the capital, according to news sources.
The CDA-DVC meeting was held at the authority’s headquarters and was chaired by a member of CDA Planning and Design. A total of 12 design proposals were on the agenda, seven of which were approved and four designs were rejected due to some shortcomings. The remaining proposal was subjected to non-consideration since the applicant failed to make an appearance.
The approved designs include proposals for the Pakistan Institute of Development Economics Sector H-11/2, hotels and residential apartments in Islamabad. The CDA-DVC has approved design proposals of 16 projects for the capital city – within the past one and a half month. These projects are expected to promote business and investment opportunities in the capital.