Houses for sale: ‘Fazaia scheme is the manifestation of PAF’s precision’

Published: August 31, 2015
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Pakistan Air Force officers highlight the positives of investing in the housing scheme. PHOTO: EXPRESS

Pakistan Air Force officers highlight the positives of investing in the housing scheme. PHOTO: EXPRESS

KARACHI: Pakistan Air Force (PAF) is known to work with precision and Fazaia Housing Scheme in Karachi is a manifestation of that, said Air Marshal Ashfaque Arain, the Air staff administration deputy chief. “This is the first time we are opening Fazaia scheme for everyone in the city.”

The workers and journalists sat on a mound watching a helicopter descend and taking in the sand. It marked the arrival of Arain, the chief guest, for the inauguration of the gated community near the Northern Bypass, extending the boundaries of the city. The project is owned by PAF but is open to both civilians and PAF officers.

It caters to socio-cultural needs and fulfils aesthetic desire, said Syed Akbar Jameel of Archvision, the Fazaia project design consultant. “The design of this project is based on the present-day urban culture.”

“One-fourth of the total area is residential and 70 per cent of the land has open spaces in this project,” said Air Commodore Shoaib Ahmed, while speaking to the audience.

Fazaia Housing scheme features standard and luxury apartments. The project will feature shopping malls, gyms, grid stations, banks, modern security systems, golf course, mosque, sports centres and other facilities. The registration for flats can only be done through their authorised dealers.

Published in The Express Tribune, August 31st, 2015. 

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Reader Comments (4)

  • Woz Ahmed
    Aug 31, 2015 - 9:30AM

    Am I the only one who thinks military have one role and one role only, defending this land?

    Property development, manufacturing and services are not their remit !Recommend

  • tf
    Aug 31, 2015 - 11:47PM

    Now the Airforce is also land mafia. Concentrate on your job which is NOT developing housing schemes.Recommend

  • riyaz
    Sep 2, 2015 - 3:30PM

    If they are doing any good to their retired employees as well as to the general public, there is no harm.Recommend

  • Shabbir Ali Khan
    Sep 11, 2015 - 9:53AM

    This depends upon vision. If armed forces trying to give standard service and getting way to earn it far better to take aid from other country Recommend

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