ISLAMABAD: A high-level meeting of the Capital Development Authority (CDA) on Tuesday convened to review the progress of ongoing development projects in the city.
Mayor and CDA Chairman Sheikh Anser Aziz chaired the meeting at CDA headquarters. Aziz said that latest technologies should be adopted to complete all ongoing development projects. He directed the concerned formations to complete all projects well in time.
The meeting was told about the various ongoing projects and those recently completed in the federal capital. Officials said that most of these projects were near the completion.
The meeting was told about the construction of multi-level car parks on the southern and northern sides of Sector F-7 Markaz being built at a cost of Rs194 million and Rs143 million respectively.
Additionally, a citizen facilitation centre is being built on Jasmine Road in Sector G-7 at a cost of Rs55 million, construction of public toilets in various sectors at a total cost of Rs38 million.
Moreover, the meeting was briefed about the construction of an enquiry office in Margalla Town at a cost of Rs40,000 besides a Club House in Sector F-6 Markaz at an expense of Rs98 million.
The meeting was told that a cattle pond was built near Saidpur village at a cost of Rs38 million. A further Rs74 million was spent for construction of a security facility at the Parliament House.
Published in The Express Tribune, December 13th, 2017.