Due to nonpayment of dues, LDA seized commercial premises

Due to nonpayment of dues, LDA seized commercial premises

In response to unpaid commercialization fees, the Lahore Development Authority (LDA) on Monday, February 13, sealed up a number of stores and commercial buildings, according to news sources.

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In order to recover commercialization fees and remove encroachments from public sites, the operation was conducted throughout the city. Numerous structures were shut down as a result of the operation, which Asad Zaman, the LDA Chief Town Planner, oversaw. The operation, according to the sources, is a part of the LDA’s anti-encroachment campaign to lessen traffic-related problems and upgrade a few roads to model one.

It is significant to note that the Lahore High Court (LHC) ordered the LDA to commence an operation to construct 9 model roads. In breach of right-of-way (RoW) regulations, many side road obstructions were removed when the operation began on G-1 Market Road in Johar Town.

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