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ECC gives nod to Credit Guarantee Scheme to supplement low-income housing initiative
Islamabad: The Economic Coordination Committee (ECC) of the Federal Cabinet has approved the launch of USD 85 million World Bank (WB)-funded Credit Guarantee Trust Fund through the Second Supplemental Trust Deed for low-income housing scheme – Mera Pakistan Mera Ghar, according to news published on November 30. Read: Mera Pakistan Mera Ghar Scheme: Govt to revise finance features As per the details, the loan scheme was approved in a meeting held under the chairmanship of Finance Minister Ishaq Dar. During the meeting, the new scheme was approved at the request of the Finance Division to provide risk cover to Financing Institutions (FIs) for their financing in the housing sector. The news source mentioned that the Pakistan Mortgage Refinance Company Limited (PMRC) has been established as a joint initiative of the Pakistani government and Commercial Banks/ Development Finance Institutions (DFIs). The company will offer medium to long-term funding to primary mortgage lenders by raising from the capital debt market at cheaper rates. Under the new scheme, the PMRC as a trustee will get 0.25 on premiums received from FIs against their portfolio covered as trustees. The government will provide a backdrop arrangement of PKR 7 billion with the commitment to increase…
Funds of PKR 8 bn approved for reconstruction of roads in Murree
Rawalpindi: The Punjab government has approved PKR 8 billion for the reconstruction of six main roads in Murree and launched development work on the project, according to news published in the leading newspaper on November 28. Read: CM reviews progress of Murree Development & Improvement Plan A senior official of the district administration (whose name was not disclosed) mentioned that the project will make the movement of traffic smooth. The following are the details of the roads to be reconstructed: PKR 1.51 billion for Kalar Dhan Gali Road PKR 1.11 billion for Rawalpindi-Kahuta Jeora Road PKR 1.63 billion for Jeora-Panjar to Panjar-Nar Road PKR 1.23 billion for Rawalpindi to Lehtrar Kotli Sattian Road PKR 1.2 billion Murree Expressway Bastal Mor, Lawrence College Bansra Gali and Gali Barian PKR 1.9 billion for Chirah Chowk to Taban via Karor Road Read: Tourist facilitation centre established in Murree Moreover, the provincial government has started reconstruction work on these roads in Murree and surrounding areas. The government has released the funds for the reconstruction of roads and asked the district administration to ensure quality work.
Liberty Lands to hold first ballot today, 5-months after project launch
Lahore: Liberty Lands Housing Scheme – a project of Union Developers in Lahore – is all set to organize the first ballot for the allocation of plots on November 30 (today). The event will be attended by notable figures in the real estate sector, esteemed members and several celebrities. Read: LDA to organise public hearings over Lahore Master Plan 2050 As per the details shared, the balloting event will also feature powerhouse musical performances from stars like Aima Baig, Sahir Ali Bagga and Arif Lohar. The event will be held at the Libery Lands project site on Main Jia Bagga Road from 7 pm onwards. Read: LDA to weekly update list of unapproved housing schemes in Lahore It should be noted that Liberty Lands Housing Scheme is located near Haloki Interchange and has announced its first balloting after a mere five months of its launch. The project features 5-marla residential plots and 2.66 and 5.33-marla commercial plots. It is pertinent to note that Union Developers have already completed Etihad Town, Union Luxury Apartments and Union Living.
DHA Quetta shares date for upcoming location ballot
Quetta: The Defence Housing Authority (DHA) Quetta has shared the date for the location ballot for 1 kanal public ballot and allocation files, according to a post shared on November 30. Read: Bids invited for conceptual design of DHA Quetta’s entrance gate As per the details, the DHA Quetta administration revealed the date for the forthcoming location ballot. The ballot will be held on January 11, 2023, for 1 kanal public ballot and allocation files. It was mentioned that the plot files whose outstanding dues are not cleared will not be included in the forthcoming ballot. Read: DHA Quetta invites bids for development of Sector A Last month, the DHA administration shared that the last date to clear the outstanding dues for pending plot files was November 15 to be included in the location ballot. The authority shared that the members who fail to make payments by November 20, will not be able to participate in the ballot.
Jam Sadiq Flyover to be rehabilitated for Yellow Line BRT project
Karachi: Karachi Administrator Murtaza Wahab announced the decision to repair the Jam Sadiq Flyover for the Yellow Line Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project and stated an alternate flyover will be constructed for smooth flow of traffic, a news source reported on November 30. Read: Sindh proposes alternative route for BRT Yellow Line The administrator held a meeting with all the stakeholders of the project. During the meeting, the attendees decided that the Jam Sadiq Flyover is in a dilapidated condition and must be repaired. It was also mentioned that an alternative bridge will be constructed for Yellow Line BRT. Read: Work to be expedited on Yellow Line BRT project Moreover, the administrator shared that the provincial government has been focused on trying to resolve the transport problem in the city and provide better commuting facilities to the public. Sharing details about the project, Karachi Administrator Wahab stated once the bus service is complete, the residents of Malir, Korangi, Dar-ul-Islam Society, Qayyumabad, Allahwala Town, Shahrah-e-Quaideen, Landhi, and nearby areas will have access to this new public transport facility.
WASA RWP shares measures underway to bridge water shortage
Rawalpindi: The Water and Sanitation Agency (WASA) Rawalpindi has announced its plan to initiate a study to assess the groundwater table in the garrison city, according to news published on November 30. Read: WASA RWP requests provincial govt for PKR 2 bn water supply project WASA Spokesperson Umer Farooq stated that the agency plans to start working on the future water requirements of the city. He said that over 430 tube wells are functioning at present in the city, and still the agency cannot meet the water requirements. Mr Umer revealed that the government has introduced several plans to bring water from various dams. He went on to say that work on three projects to bring water from Chahan Dam, Rawal Dam and Daducha Dam has already been launched. Read: Rawalpindi to get its first regional development plans It was highlighted that 12 million gallon daily (MGD) of water will be brought from Chahan Dam to union councils in Potohar Town. Similarly, 5 MGD of water will be brought from Rawal Dam to areas along Murree Road and the old water supply line would be repaired. In addition, 25 MGD water will be brought from Daducha Dam to the city…
Railways to start digital upgradation of passenger, freight ecosystems
Islamabad: Pakistan Railways has decided to start the upgradation of its passenger and freight ecosystems digitally through SAP S/4HANA with SAP Ariba E-Procurement, according to news published on November 29. Read: Pakistan Railways gets first batch of coaches from China A contract was signed between Railways IT Director Aijaz Ahmad Bijarani and TallyMarks Consulting (TMC) Managing Director Abdul Haseeb for digitally upgrading the ecosystem. The managing director, speaking at the ceremony, stated that the adoption of SAP S/4HANA by the railways will provide a 360-degree solution. It will address all the concerns to improve customer satisfaction and revenue. As per the details, the digital ecosystem will help transform the railways and modernise the approach, view, and interaction of the customers, business partners, employees, and other public sector entities. Read: Pakistan Railways to construct rail network for Thar coal’s transportation SAP is a global market leader in digital and technological solutions offering integrated and flexible solutions to help businesses perform better in the digital world. TMC is a leading digital solutions company with expertise in SAP software deployment, business intelligence, change management, and cloud services.
Housing Ministry seeks authorization to develop housing facilities for govt employees
Islamabad: The Ministry of Housing and Works has sought authorization to ease the restrictions on the development of housing or hostel facilities for the employees in service of the federal government, according to news published on November 29. Read: Housing Ministry to organise Pak’ 1st-ever Intl’ Housing Expo next month As per the sources, the federal cabinet imposed a ban on the development of new housing facilities for federal employees on January 14, 1995 – which led to a shortage of accommodations for federal employees. It was also highlighted that the ban on new projects was placed under the plan to monetize the federal government employees’ housing. However, the monetization strategy wasn’t implemented. According to the data, some 17,496 residential units are available and allotted, whereas almost as many employees are presently listed on the waiting lists. It was also highlighted that one or two-storey quarters on land owned by the government in Sectors G-6, G-7 and F-6 have been built in the 1960s and 70s have long ended up being of practical use and need to be dismantled. To this effect, the Ministry of Housing and Works has made the following recommendations to the Secretaries Committee: Read: Housing Ministry…