CDA collects Rs40m in revenue

Revenue collected through building plan approvals, completion certificate issuances


Our Correspondent August 11, 2022
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ISLAMABAD:

The building control directorate of the Capital Development Authority (CDA) collected Rs40 million in revenue in July.

The revenue was collected on account of approval of building plans, issuance of completion certificates, commercial charges and other heads including fines on account of non-conforming use of the property.

The building control directorate fetched over Rs2 million in revenue by issuing 20 completion certificates to residential buildings and over Rs100,000 as completion certificate fee from a commercial building.

Similarly, 10 building plans generated funds amounting to Rs150,000. Likewise, the directorate generated Rs2 million by issuing NOCs to 55 residential buildings while over Rs35 million in revenue was generated by issuing NOCs to 38 commercial buildings.

The authority also imposed a fine of Rs1.5 million on owners of two buildings for violation of building by-laws during the same period.

Meanwhile, CDA Chairman Amer Ali Ahmed on Wednesday inspected the work on the Rawal Chowk flyover.

 

Published in The Express Tribune, August 11th, 2022.

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