LDA gears up for the monsoon | Pakistan Today

LDA gears up for the monsoon

LAHORE – The Lahore Development Authority (LDA) has approved the construction of storm-water drains and gully gratings at 21 drainage-deficient locations of the city. The project will cost Rs 151 million and will start before the start of monsoon.
The decision was taken in a meeting of the LDA governing body on Saturday. District Coordination Officer and LDA Chairman Ahad Khan Cheema chaired the meeting, which was attended by LDA Director General Abdul Jabbar Shaheen, LDA Additional Director General (Headquarters) Hafiz Ihsan-U-Haq, LDA Director General (Housing) Irfan Bhatti, TEPA Chief Engineer Saifur Rahman and representatives of the local government, housing, planning and development and finance departments and the administrators of nine constituent towns of the city.
The authority also approved the engagement of evaluators approved by the State Bank of Pakistan in the project for the assessment of base price of the plots placed for auction. It also approved reconstruction of bridge at Cantt drain Gulshan-e-Ravi and allotted a plot for construction of office by Punjab Seed Corporation.
The authority also allowed exchange of plot allotted out of LDA employees’ quota.

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