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CDA plans to polish the entertainment infrastructure of Ankara Park

February 7, 2012 • news

Capital Development Authority in Islamabad has recently unveiled its plan to upgrade the entertainment infrastructure of the Ankara Park situated at Club Road. Since provision of entertainment facilities is a factor in the measurement of quality of life, CDA has planned to spend Rs 257 million on the development.

According to an official of CDA, the development, which is already taking place in the parks, is expected to complete on priority basis. He added that the provision of missing facilities in the small parks is also on their priority list. CDA has planned to carry out the work according to international standards.

According to the plan, CDA is also taking steps to upgrade the underdevelopment facilities, protecting the greenery of the city and improving its environment, which would add to the beauty of the federal capital.

The PC-1 of the upgradation/development of the Ankara Park has already been completed. The facilities in the Park would be polished further by fixation of state of the art dancing fountain that would tremendously enhance the beauty of the locality and would be the spectacular entertainment to the residents.

The official added that the development would be upgraded by provision of green splendid gardens, wide parking areas and soft landscaping that would provide peace and calmness to the residents. CDA has already forwarded the orders to complete the ongoing work of the Lake View Park. It has also planned to open parks in G and I series.

Upgradation work on the F-9 Park is 90% complete and the work is further directed to complete early, since the earlier the residents would enjoy the entertainment, the better it would be. Upgradation of entertainment infrastructure would not only be healthy for the residents of the country but would also enhance the beauty of the city in the eyes of the visitors.

[Daily Times]