Mayor reviews uplift projects in Islamabad

Islamabad – Mayor of Islamabad and Chairman Capital Development Authority Sheikh Anser Aziz said that latest technology was being used to complete ongoing development projects in the federal capital.

He said that the projects, after completion, would benefit the general public for longer times. He was chairing a meeting held at CDA Headquarters to review progress on the ongoing development projects in the city. Senior officers of the authority also attended the meeting.

The meeting was briefed about different ongoing and recently-completed projects. Most of the projects are at almost finishing stage, the meeting was told. The meeting was apprised about the projects including construction of multi-level car parking on southern side of F-7 Markaz at a cost of Rs194 million, construction of multi-level car parking on northern side of the Markaz with total cost of Rs143 million, construction of citizens’ facilitation centre at Jasmine Road in G-7 at a cost of Rs55 million, construction of public toilets in various sectors amounting to Rs38 million.

In addition, construction of enquiry office in Margalla Town at a cost of Rs.4 million; Club House at F-6 Markaz has been completed at a cost of Rs98 million and construction of cattle pond near Saidpur village has also been completed with a total cost of Rs38 million, the meeting was told.

The Mayor was informed 65 per cent construction work of flower market in sector F-8 had been completed.


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