According to press reports from July 30, Mahmood Khan, the Chief Minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), officially broke ground for two high-rise buildings on Warsak Road in Peshawar. The multi-story structures contain 1,240 residential units of various sizes and other amenities, according to the data. The total cost of this project is PKR 17.5 billion. One of the buildings, which will have 10 residential stories and 3 commercial floors, will be constructed on more than 5 kanals of land. On 79 kanals of land at the Rehman Baba Complex, a second high-rise building with 10 residential levels will be built.
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Speaking at the event, CM Khan praised the provincial housing minister’s efforts in launching the residential buildings’ development. He continued by saying that low-income households will have access to residential facilities in the high-rise buildings. According to reports, the government is acting responsibly to protect the region’s agricultural land. New Peshawar Valley, a massive housing project, will begin construction under the direction of the provincial administration. It will be the only housing development built using the land-sharing arrangement.