CDA Introduces Housing Programme for Overseas Pakistani

CDA Introduces Housing Programme for Overseas Pakistani

In the lovely Mauza Kuri neighborhood of the federal capital, the Capital Development Authority (CDA) is allegedly preparing to launch an exclusive state-of-the-art home complex for Pakistanis living abroad and will introduce a housing program for Pakistanis living abroad.

The Capital Development Authority (CDA) is gearing up to unveil an exclusive residential scheme tailored specifically for overseas Pakistanis, nestled in the serene surroundings of Mauza Kuri in the federal capital. Spanning an expansive 14,000 kanal of land adjacent to Park Road, this ambitious project is meticulously designed to cater to the distinct preferences and requirements of expatriate Pakistanis, presenting them with a unique avenue for investment.

A spokesperson from the CDA disclosed, “This forthcoming scheme is exclusively designated for overseas Pakistanis, with plots available for sale marketed in US dollars, thus significantly bolstering the country’s foreign exchange reserves.”

With the preliminary approval secured from pertinent authorities, following a decision ratified during a meeting overseen by CDA Chairman, Captain (r) Anwar ul Haque, the authority is now in the process of selecting a design consultant. The consultant’s role will be pivotal in overseeing the project’s implementation and conducting crucial studies, including assessments of environmental impact, traffic management strategies, and hydrological considerations.

Moreover, the appointed consultant will be tasked with formulating an extensive infrastructure and road development blueprint, ensuring seamless integration of modern amenities within the scheme’s framework.

Anticipated to not only address the housing needs of overseas Pakistanis but also bolster the nation’s infrastructure and economic landscape, this visionary and residential endeavor holds promise for fostering sustainable growth and development. This will thus be contributing positively to the overall socio-economic fabric of the region.

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