New Building Control Wing is approved by CDA

New Building Control Wing is approved by CDA

Islamabad: According to news stories from April 11, the Capital Development Authority (CDA) board approved the creation of the Building Control Wing on Monday. This wing will have qualified staff members and be responsible for enforcing building regulations and halting unauthorized construction in Islamabad.

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The development of the authority’s building control capabilities was the main topic of discussion at a meeting of the CDA board, which was conducted under the chairmanship of Captain (retired) Noor ul Amin Mengal. According to the information provided, the new Building Control Wing will have 50 teams, each of which will have an assistant director and two supervisors.

The board also changed the 2002 Building Control By-Laws and Regulations for the Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT), particularly for construction on Murree Road and IJP Road. The allocation of plots for educational institutions on a 33-year lease in Zones 2, 4, and 5 was also agreed at the meeting. For these plots, the Floor Area Ratio (FAR) was also increased. But it was made clear that these educational institutions will serve families from the lower middle class and middle class.

The bus terminal in Sector I-11 will begin receiving development work in two months, and the board also approved this plan. The Project Concept (PC-1) for this project will be brought before the board in two weeks.

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