FGEHA will address F-14, F-15 landowners’ concerns
FGEHA will address F-14, F-15 landowners’ concerns. The Islamabad High Court (IHC) has asked the Federal Government Employees Housing Authority (FGEHA) to resolve the issues of F-14 and F-15 landowners within six weeks.
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While hearing identical petitions opposing land acquisition for these sectors, IHC Chief Justice Athar Minallah reminded the FGEHA that landowners were the primary stakeholders in any sector’s development, yet the authority was treating them differently.
Notably, following the August 17 balloting for F-14 and F-15 plots, the FGEHA executive board unanimously authorized one plot for each of its members.
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Additionally, he paid a visit to the ongoing projects at Lifestyle Residency G-13, G-15/3, F-14, and F-15 and requested that they be completed on time.
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The DG was informed that the authority had begun distributing potable water to G-14/4 for the first time via the recently built water supply infrastructure. Previously, the industry relied entirely on private tankers to supply drinkable water.
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