ISLAMABAD (APP) - The dissolution of Islamabad High Court after July 31 judgement of the Supreme Court of Pakistan has also impacted the ambitious Judicial Colony project. The nascent project was initiated some months back and lay out of the project was completed by Pak PWD after a site was identified by the Capital Development Authority. The payment for the land would be done by the Ministry of Law and Justice. The site covering an area of 24 kanal of land in Sector G-11/1 would have facilities like courtrooms, bars, mosques and rooms for law officers, a former official of defunct IHC told APP. Though efforts are afoot to re-establish Islamabad High Court but till then the fate of same project would remain uncertain. The exiting building used for HC located in G-10/1 was utilised on temporary basis as it was constructed to shift the district and sessions courts from the congested Sector F-8 Markaz. The building housed courtrooms, judges chambers, officials chambers, law officer chambers and Bar room besides facility of canteen and library. But due to growing activities, a need arose for sufficient network to accommodate all stakeholders of HC, so an expanded project was initiated. The people who established their businesses of property, photocopiers, restaurants and soft drinks outside defunct IHC building were also facing a slump in their activity. They hoped that re-establishment process of IHC would be expedited.