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A List of Illegal Housing Societies in Karachi in 2021

A List of Illegal Housing Societies in Karachi 2021

SBCA released a list of illegal housing societies  Karachi

The Sindh Building Control Authority (SBCA) has publicly released a comprehensive list of illegal housing societies built in the capital city of Sindh, Karachi. Furthermore, the building authority cautioned the general public not to engage in the sale, booking, purchasing, or any transaction with the aforementioned builders and developers as they could not attain the No Objection Certificate (NOC).

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Asma Ghafoor (IT Director at SBCA), while talking to a private news channel, stated that the authority has a proper e-portal system connected to all the land owing agencies of Karachi. She further added that when the building plan of any plot comes to the Single Window Facility for authorization, the SBCA requires verification of its layout plan by the Master Plan Department of the relevant land-owning agency in addition to the name of the person it has been allotted to.

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To guarantee transactions transparency, the SBCA has also advised buyers to request a ‘forwarding letter’ – which is a document issued by the cooperative housing society which attests that the plot in question belongs to the person selling it. Moreover, the buyer should pay a visit to the Master Plan Group Office in order to verify the society’s layout plan, with the final step being to get an SBCA construction approval.

A List of Illegal Housing Societies in Karachi 2021

Beware of undertaking any real estate investment in residential plots in cooperative housing societies in Karachi’s Gadap Town, Malir Town, Gulzar-e-Hijri, or Gulshan-e-Maymar. Approximately 67 out of 200 cooperative housing societies have been unsuccessful in getting approved by the land owing agencies or SBCA. Therefore, presently, their status is “suspended” at the SBCA as the Cooperative Housing Societies Registrar hasn’t approved their layout plans.

The following are the names of the declared illegal housing societies in Karachi:

  1. Ablagh-e-Aama Cooperative Housing Society
  2. AGS Employees Cooperative Housing Society
  3. Ahsanabad Cooperative Housing Society
  4. Al-Ahmed CHS
  5. Al-Ghaffar Nagori CHS
  6. Allahabad CHS
  7. Al-Rizwan Cooperative Housing Society
  8. APP Employees CHS
  9. Al-Falah Cooperative Housing Society (Malir Halt)
  10. Atiba CHS (Bostan Heights)
  11. Al Madina CHS, Al Manzar CHS
  12. Bagh-e-Yousuf CHS
  13. Barlas Moon City CHS
  14. Bhopal Homes CHS
  15. Burhani Garden CHS
  16. Burhani Town CHS
  17. Chapal Cooperative Housing Society
  18. Chapal Luxury Villas-I, II, and III CHS
  19. CP and Berar CHS
  20. Evacuee Trust Property Employees CHS
  21. Firdous CHS
  22. Gulistan-e-Zarrin CHS
  23. Gulshan-e-Bilal CHS
  24. Gulshan-e-Jiwan CHS
  25. Gulshan-e-Quddus (Al Azim) CHS
  26. Gulshan-e-Shiraz CHS
  27. Gulshan-e-Surjani CHS
  28. Gulshan-e-Taufeeq CHS
  29. Humair Town CHS
  30. Jamiyat Punjabi Suadagaran CHS
  31. Javedan (Naya Nazimabad) CHS
  32. Karim Town (Gulshan-e-Ellahi) CHS
  33. Khayaban-e-Muhammad CHS
  34. KN Gohar Green City CHS
  35. Marina Garden CHS
  36. Merry Land (Garden City) CHS
  37. Mnasmr (Heaven Pride) CHS
  38. Modern Developers CHS
  39. Mominabad Phase-II CHS
  40. Muslamanan-e-Punjab CHS
  41. Pakistan Aircrew CHS
  42. Pakistan Broadcasting Corporation CHS
  43. Pakistan Council of Scientific CHS
  44. Pakistan Steel (Gulshan-e-Hadeed) CHS
  45. Pearl Villas CHS
  46. PIA Employees CHS
  47. PIDC Employees Multipurpose CHS
  48. PS City Phase I&II CHS
  49. Quetta Town CHS
  50. Qureshi Cooperative Housing Society
  51. Rafi Pride-II CHS
  52. Rub Razi CHS
  53. Ruknuddin Khan CHS
  54. Saadabad CHS
  55. Safari Associates CHS
  56. Saima Green Valley CHS
  57. Saudabad Colony Trust CHS
  58. Shah Wilayat CHS
  59. Shahmir Residency CHS
  60. Sherwani Royal City CHS
  61. Sindh Provincial Employees CHS
  62. Sultanabad CHS
  63. Television Employees CHS
  64. The Alfalah Cooperative Housing Society
  65. The General Construction Cooperative Housing Society
  66. The Pak Construction Cooperative Housing Society.
  67. The South Construction CHS

“The concerned land owing agencies send the verified layout plan to the SBCA, and then the authority gives approval of the plot’s building plan in favor of the allottee,” Deputy Director Jaffer Imam explained. In addition, he said the approved layout plans of cooperative housing societies are unavailable as several changes have been made in the plans. He further added, “It is unclear, and irregularities have been found in the allotment of plots as a single piece of land had been allotted to several people.” These are some of the reasons how they have identified illegal housing societies in Karachi

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In case of any issues/disputes arising from sale/purchase activity in the above-mentioned illegal housing societies Karachi, the authority shall not take any responsibility to settle the matter. Moreover, they have also advised civic utility agencies not to provide any utility connections (water, electricity, gas) to the subject of illegal/fraud housing schemes.

Conclusion

A list of SBCA approved housing schemes is also available. However, individuals are advised to carry out any real estate decision with assistance from experts and avoid investing in illegal housing societies Karachi. Furthermore, The Estate Land Marketing team comprises professional real estate experts who are experienced and qualified enough to provide you with authentic and profitable investment opportunities across different cities of Pakistan.

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CDA to Turn in the Cases of Illegal Housing Societies to FIA

CDA to Turn in the Cases of Illegal Housing Societies to FIA

The Capital Development Authority (CDA) is determined to turn over cases of unlawful and illegal housing societies to the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA).

On Monday, CDA Chairman Amir Ali Ahmed presided over a meeting. There was an agreement that they need to take stern action against illegal housing schemes that were looting people in the name of the CDA and the Islamabad administration.

The meeting was attended by Deputy Commissioner Islamabad, Hamza Shafqat, Chief Metropolitan Officer of the Municipal Corporation of Islamabad (MCI), and other relevant officials.

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