CDA earns Rs18m from building plan approvals

Revenue collected on account of completion certificates,NOCs, commercial charges


​ Our Correspondent May 05, 2020
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ISLAMABAD: The Building Control Directorate of Capital Development Authority has collected revenue amounting to Rs18.804 million, said a statement on Monday.

It said the revenue has been collected on account of approvals of building plans, issuance of completion certificates,  NOCs, commercial charges and other heads including fines on account of non-conforming use.

The statement added that during March this year section-II of building control directorate issued eight completion certificates, five building plans and NOCs and generated funds amounting to Rs13.1 million.

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Similarly, building section-I of the directorate approved 16 building plans, issued 14 completion certificates and also finalised 48 cases including NOCs, Commercial charges and others and generated revenue amounting to RS1.98 million.

Similarly, section-III of the building directorate during March issued completion certificates of 11 residential premises and one completion certificate of commercial building. Similarly, 54 NOCs of residential areas, and six NOCs of commercial areas were also issued in addition to finalisation of other such cases and generated revenue amounting to Rs3.69 million. 

Published in The Express Tribune, May 5th, 2020.

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