RDA plans to build plazas on unoccupied property. In a decision announced on Tuesday, the Rawalpindi Development Authority (RDA) opted to build two commercial plazas on its unoccupied properties and then rent them out to earn cash.
In a meeting held to review the development of various the Rawalpindi Development Authority projects, it was determined to take this step. In a letter to the Estate Management Director, the Rawalpindi Development Authority Director General Nadeem Ahmed Abro requested that a plan be finalized as soon as feasible to make use of the unoccupied site.
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Director General Nadeem Ahmed Abro, Chairman of the RDA governing board, Tariq Mehmood Murtaza, and all other senior officials were present at the meeting.
Saima Younas, Director of Estate Management, provided a thorough overview of RDA’s unoccupied land, transfer cases in RDA-owned properties, and the verification and clearance of residential and commercial buildings, among other topics.
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As part of the meeting’s agenda, RDA Chief Engineer Aamir Rasheed spoke about the RDA’s completed and ongoing projects, including the dualization of Dr. Qadeer Khan Road from Islamabad Highway to Falcon Complex Rawalpindi and the construction of three pedestrian bridges on Airport Road, which are currently under construction.
The RDA’s governing board chairman expressed his appreciation for completing the work on Dr. Qadeer Khan Road on a time-sensitive basis. He also emphasized the need to produce high-quality work promptly, and he insisted on completing ongoing projects on a short timeline.
The Metropolitan Planning and Traffic Engineering Directorate have been urged to maintain its aggressive assault on unlawful and unauthorized structures and commercial activity without regard for political repercussions.
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