Islamabad: The Capital Development Authority (CDA)’s Development Working Party (DWP) on Friday (February 18) has approved the establishment of the Geospatial Technology Wing to improve the land acquisition process, according to the news sources.
CDA Chairman Amer Ali Ahmed approved PKR 800 million for the development of the Geospatial Technology Wing in the 55th meeting of DWP. The purpose of the said wing is to make the authority self-sufficient for the land acquisition process and manage different matters related to land.
Moreover, the meeting approved PC-1 worth PKR 2.96 billion of different uplift projects. The meeting approved PC-1 of modern traffic management solution project on Kashmir Chowk, Murree Road, worth PKR 1.385 billion. Also, the PC-1 of PKR 95 million was approved to enhance the efficiency of city sewerage.
Similarly, PC-1 of PKR 99 million was approved for the construction and installation of entry and exit doors in the Diplomatic Enclave in Sector G-5, Islamabad. The meeting also approved PC-2 of PKR 70 million for Conducting Survey and Proposal Development/Zoning Planning in the city. During the meeting, it was decided to maintain the Estate Management and land in Islamabad. The said project is expected to be completed within 36 months.