CDA seals houses over building bye-laws violations

The authority has launched operations in societies for the eradication of building bye-law violations


​ Our Correspondent October 03, 2019
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ISLAMABAD: The Capital Development Authority (CDA)'s Building Control Directorate-II sealed several houses on violations of Building Bye-laws in different housing schemes situated in Zone-II, III and V.

According to a CDA statement, these houses were sealed on violations of the Islamabad Capital Territory Building and Zoning Regulations-2005 including construction made without prior approval of the authority, nonconforming use and various other violations.

While exercising building control in the city, the authority has launched operations in societies for the eradication of building bye-law violations. Building Control Directorate-II conducted an operation which was participated by ICTA)and staff of Enforcement Directorate and sealed several premises on different violations.

Published in The Express Tribune, October 3rd, 2019.

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omar anis | 2 years ago | Reply come and look at Pakistan Housing Authority (PHA) flats in sector G-7/1, near Zero point, lots of flats are occupied by offices..
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