ISLAMABAD: The Capital Development Authority (CDA) has decided to establish a new residential sector near ‘Park Enclave’ to reduce residential problems of low-income groups, said the CDA Chairman Imtiaz Inayat Elahi on Tuesday.
In order to reduce common men problems, the authority has decided to initiate housing projects in the capital city. He said that the sector plot size would be consited of one canal and 10 marla and it would be given on affordable rates.
Being a public organization, CDA has taken several steps to address the shortage of accommodation. To a question, he said that residential sector of CDA `Park Enclave’ was successfully launched and all plots had been sold out and the civic body has earned 7 billion rupees from it. The chairman said that the pending issues would be resolved on priority.
He said that several other projects would be initiated in capital city particularly parks, sports grounds, kids play grounds, filtration plants, littering laws introduced, and tourist train. He said that citizen of the capital city should cooperate with the management to keep the city clean and green.[The News]