People who bought plots in the first and second votes of the LDA City in Lahore have been told to pay their unpaid development charges by March 31. If they don’t pay up by the due date, the authority has said they will cancel the land allotment.
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People who saw the notification say that it told project file holders and allottees to do the following things:
Owners of plots can go to the LDA website and enter their plot and file number to see how much more money they owe and download challans.
When the sixth of eight instalments was due, it’s now over. The seventh instalment has to be turned in at the end of March 2022.
They can pay their share at any Allied Bank branch or through One-Link.
Those who have been given LDA challans can go to the LDA Directorate in Lahore, or they can call the LDA on its official WhatsApp number.
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It will be lost if you don’t pay the money you owe, according to the restrictions and terms in the authority’s letter of exemption. Besides that, LDA said last month that it would need between PKR 6 and PKR 9 billion to finish the housing project’s development work. The Bank of Punjab (BOP) agreed to give the government a loan of PKR 5 billion to get these funds. The money will be used to finish civic projects and build road infrastructure.
The payment deadline for allottees of LDA City Lahore has been set.
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