LDA: Commercialisation to be halted at 48 roads

LDA has also decided not to permit temporary commercialisation on roads other than the 48 roads after December 2013.


Our Correspondent December 12, 2012

LAHORE:


The Lahore Development Authority (LDA) has decided not to allow temporary commercialisation of properties on 48 roads in the city after the end of this year, according to a press release.


These properties can attain permanent commercial status by paying the required fee. Notices in this regard are being served on the owners/occupants.

The LDA had allowed commercial activity on the 48 roads, situated in LDA schemes, under the Land Use Rules of 2009. The LDA has also decided not to permit temporary commercialisation on roads other than the 48 roads after December 2013. All sorts of commercial activity will be banned on such roads after this date.

Meanwhile, the LDA granted a week’s relaxation for depositing commercialisation fee to car show rooms set up illegally on Main Road Samanabad and Gulshan-i-Ravi.

Published in The Express Tribune, December 13th, 2012. 

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