Islamabad - The Capital Development Authority’s (CDA) operation for eradication of nonconforming use of residential buildings in the city continues with different teams sealing six more houses, where 13 different commercial outlets were set up, in sector I-10 yesterday.
The operation against nonconforming use is being carried out jointly by building control section, enforcement directorate and other relevant formations in the presence of CDA senior special magistrate. During the recent operation, house number 2 of Service Road, sector I-10/1; house number 3 of Service Road, sector I-10/1; house number 4 of Service Road, sector I-10/1; house number 5 of Service Road, sector I-10/1; and house number 8 of Service Road, sector I-10/1 were sealed for violating Islamabad Residential Sectors Zoning Regulation-2005. The businessmen have set up tarpaulin stores in all these houses situated along the Mandi Morr-Faizabad Service Road. Similarly, House number 276 situated at the service road of sector I-10/1 where 8 different business outlets were being run was also sealed. Besides the operation, public at large, through public notices, has been time and again warned to remove nonconforming use immediately from residential premises to avoid sealing and heavy fines, the spokesman of the CDA told The Nation. He said the operation would continue in line with the Supreme Court’s orders.
Meanwhile, teams of enforcement directorate carried out a massive operation in Khanna Pul area and eradicated encroachments from the surroundings.
During the operation, the enforcement’s teams demolished nearly 110 temporary stalls of fruit, vegetable and other stuff.