Mega-city master plan for “New Peshawar Valley” receives final approval
Mega-city master plan for “New Peshawar Valley” receives final approval. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s (KP) “New Peshawar Valley” master plan has been given the final go-ahead by the Peshawar Development Authority (PDA). This was reported by news sources on June 5. The 1.86,400-kanal megacity will have places to live, do business, and have fun, all with the most modern facilities.
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At the 8th board meeting on Saturday, it was said that the first part of the project was given the go-ahead (June 04). In the first phase, 62,056 residential plots of different sizes have been proposed. There are 16,312 3-marla plots, 17,201 5-marla plots, 3402 7-marla plots, 9,526 10-marla plots, 13,415 1-kanal plots, 1494 2-kanal plots, and 706 4-kanal plots.
Also, about 8,000 kanals of land have been set aside for the supply of residential plots based on need. Also, it was said that the housing project will be built on more than 1,864,000 kanals of land, with 41% of the land used for residential plots and flats and 28% for road infrastructure. Also, 16% of the area would be used for parks and open spaces, 7% for public buildings, and 5% for commercial operations and parking.
Also, 2% of the land has been suggested for use as a cemetery. Among the smart things about the project are:
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Sports City, Education City, and Health City all have state-of-the-art facilities that are up to international standards. Khyber Park is a mega park with the Gandhara Museum, a theme park, a forest, an adventure arena, and other state-of-the-art recreational facilities.
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At the time, Chief Minister (CM) Mehmood asked the officials in charge to send plot notification letters to the owners of confirmed lands within a week, saying that there would be no more time for this.
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