On August 26, the news said that Mian Aslam Iqbal, the provincial minister for housing and urban development, said that Punjab will get three new low-cost housing schemes.
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The plan to start three new housing schemes was approved at the 86th board meeting of the Punjab Housing and Town Planning Agency (PHATA). It was said that Al-Rasheed Garden in Gujranwala, Campbellpur Greens in Attock, and Al-Noor Garden Residencia in Sangla Hill will be built so that people can live in nice, affordable places.
A monitoring committee was also set up to keep track of how the housing plans were going. It was said that 20% of all housing projects will be set aside for the Naya Pakistan Housing Programme (NPHP). Housing Minister Iqbal told the builders to speed up their work on housing projects and make sure they were of the highest quality. He went on to say that the NPHP was the government’s top priority and that the goal was to finish as many housing projects as possible as quickly as possible.