Pakistan Property And Real Estate News By Zameen.com
Lahore: Government of Punjab has formed a 15-member Cabinet Committee to increase property taxes, traffic challan and route permit fee, reported a news source. The decision has been taken to help the province meet its revenue targets.
For meeting the revenue target, the provincial government is also looking to introduce new taxes.
Lahore: During a crackdown, Metropolitan Corporation (MC)’s Planning Wing sealed six illegal buildings on Temple Road, reported a news source. The operation was carried out on reports of
Peshawar: The Cantonment Board Peshawar on sealed 63 buildings over non-payment of property tax on Monday – a news source reported. Read: FBR to probe property tax evasion worth PKR 2 bn Peshawar
Islamabad: The district administration has retrieved at least 1,000 kanals of land from illegal occupants in the capital’s E-12 sector – a news source reported. Read: CDA begins development in
Lahore: The Lahore Development Authority (LDA) has handed over the Orange Line Metro Train (OLMT) project to a Chinese company – a news source reported. Read: SC winds up OLMT case The civic agency
Rawalpindi: The Rawalpindi Development Authority (RDA) has started issuing tender documents to private firms for consultancy purposes with respect to the Rawalpindi Ring road project, according to a
Karachi: The Housing Building Finance Company (HBFC) is set to receive PKR 3.6 billion for the development of low-cost housing projects from the Pakistan Mortgage Refinance Company (PMRC), according
Faisalabad: Punjab Minister for Industries and Trades Mian Aslam Iqbal has announced to set up a 200-acre cotton weaving city, a news source reported. This initiative will help to rehabilitate and
Peshawar: The traders operating in Karkhano Market have agreed to clear their pending property tax dues, reported a news source. For this purpose, talks were held between officials of the
Islamabad: The Metropolitan Corporation Islamabad (MCI) has assured the business community that it would withdraw its notices if traders and industrialist meet its set safety standards requirement.