Rawalpindi: The price assessment of the land identified for the development of the Rawalpindi Ring Road (RRR) project has been completed, according to a news source. As per the publication, the Section 4 notification required to initiate the acquisition process will be issued tomorrow (March 14).
Reportedly, different rates have been determined for each mouza. In Rawalpindi alone, the authorities concerned will acquire 14,600 kanals of land to connect the Radio Pakistan Building on GT Road Rawat, with Mouza Murat. Another 6,000 kanals of land is to be acquired for the RRR route that will connect Mouza Murat with Mouza Hushial.
According to the information available, it was further revealed that the consultant firm hired to prepare the RRR’s feasibilty study have been provided with extra time to complete their report. Purportedly, the final report couldn’t be submitted on time due to the changes made to the RRR project’s total length.
As per the latest update, the RRR route connecting Radio Pakistan Building on GT Road with Sangjani on the Lahore-Islamabad Motorway M-2 will be 65 kilometres long.