Islamabad: According to a news source on February 21, the Capital Development Authority (CDA) has chosen to develop the federal capital’s neglected areas and bring them up to the standards of Sectors F-6 and F-7.
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According to the specifics, CDA Chairman Noorul Amin Mengal said that in order to meet the expanding population of the capital city, sector development is crucial. It was mentioned that more housing is needed to meet the growing demand of the population. The authority intends to build new residential and commercial areas in the city with an emphasis on enhancing the infrastructure and quality of life. The news source made no more mention of the development project’s schedule or the sectors that will be prioritised.
Also, the expansion of new sectors will foster economic development, open up job possibilities, and raise living standards. It is significant to note that the CDA has been tasked with developing and planning the city’s urban regions, including the commercial, residential, and industrial sectors.