Islamabad: An important meeting of the Design Review Committee of the Federal Development Authority (Capital Development Authority) was convened at the CDA headquarters. The meeting was attended by officers from various relevant departments, including the Authority’s Planning Wing.
During the meeting, building plans for various commercial properties in Islamabad were approved. The documents for scrutiny included 9 commercial plots. Plot number 13 on Club Road, spanning 27394.40 square yards, received approval for the construction of a 26-storey hotel building. Similarly, Plot number 53 in Sector I-8 Markaz, covering 666.66 square yards, was granted approval for a 6-storey commercial building.
In addition, Plot number 14 in Sector F-8 Markaz, with an area of 416.66 square yards, received approval for a 7-storey commercial building, along with their respective plans and designs.
Furthermore, during the Design Review Committee (DVC) meeting of CDA, approval was granted for the construction of a 9-storey building on a 4840.00 square yard plot in Sector G-5, designated for the Asian Development Bank.
Likewise, Plot number 16 in Sector H-9, spanning 4840.40 square yards, received approval for the Institute of Cost and Management Accountants of Pakistan, involving their architectural plans and building designs.
In Zone IV, Plot number 62 on Street Avenue One, 58 Road, Bahria Enclave, covering 542.22 square yards, received complete scrutiny of building documents. Following a thorough review, approval was granted for the construction of a 6-storey commercial building along with its plans and designs.
Additionally, in the New Blue Area locality, Plot number B-2, spanning 1333.33 square yards, received approval during the meeting for the construction of 15-storey commercial buildings, including their architectural plans and building designs. Meanwhile, Plot number 6 in Sector C-1 of Bahria Enclave, covering 271.11 square yards, was approved for the construction of a 6-storey commercial building.
However, Plot numbers 136, 138, and 140 in Gulberg Greens, spanning 1166.66 square yards each, which were designated for the construction of 8-storey commercial buildings, did not receive full approval due to non-compliance with legal requirements. These cases have been deferred until the next meeting for further review.
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