The leading newspaper in Pakistan reported on December 15 that the Ravi Urban Development Authority (RUDA) and British construction and management companies talked about building a housing society that is sustainable and good for the environment.
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CEO of RUDA Imran Amin led a meeting with representatives from British construction and management companies Trellis Housing Finance Limited and Altair Management Company, as well as senior RUDA officials. On RUDA’s land, the people there talked about building homes that keep the heat out and are sustainable.
Based on the facts, the government has decided to give the Sustainable Housing Society 300 acres of land. Emma Ahmad, the director of Trellis Company, told the people there about the Modern Method of Construction (MMC), which uses renewable energy to build houses that keep heat out. The houses will be good for people with middle-class and low-incomes because they will have solar panels and water recycling systems that use clean energy.