CDA to open tenders for housing scheme


The Capital Development Authority (CDA) is likely to start open tenders for the development of the dream housing scheme in Park Enclave on 21st.
Chairman Capital Development Authority (CDA), Engineer Farkhand Iqbal said on Saturday that the Authority is committed for the early development of Park Enclave and work would commence with completion of tendering process.
Eighteen out standing constructions companies have purchased the tenders documents to show keen interest in the development project of the CDA related to Park Enclave.
After beginning the work on the boundary wall, the development of the allied facilities would be initiated. He said that CDA has sufficient funds for the development of the scheme and the perception of utilizing the funds for the salaries is not correct.
He said that CDA has 100 percent possession of the land on which the Park Enclave and there is no issue whatsoever of the land on which the Housing Scheme has been envisaged. Chairman CDA said that the whole area of the Park Enclave has already been demarcated and work for development of the scheme would be awarded soon.
Apprising about the development process of Park Enclave, the CDA chairman said the development work on project would be completed at the earliest. He said the Park Enclave would have underground utilities, water treatment plant, rainwater harvesting mechanism, open air restaurants, club house and controlled access at main gate. He said that CDA has started a new era of development activities in federal capital with the development of residential sectors at top.
The Park Enclave is the only environmental friendly model-housing scheme in heart of the capital the Green City. The scheme has vital significance as it is ideally located just only 4 km from Islamabad Club having intersection of two 600 wide Roads, conveniently accessible from all major roads such as Kashmir Highway, Park Road, Lehtrar Road, Kuri Road & Islamabad Highway.
The project has Green and Clean Environment, civic amenities including mosque, school, club House (Including facilities of swimming pool, squash courts, Tennis courts, Badminton Courts, Indoor games and Gym etc. The Park Enclave has parks, Children Play land, Open Air Restaurant around lake with a walking Trail, Cricket & Football Ground, Modern Shopping Malls, Modern Landscaping, Walkways, Jogging track around Cricket and Football grounds, CDA Enquiry Office, Higher Level Amenities Provided in Phase II.
Infrastructure Facilities include minimum. 50 Ft Wide Streets and 150ft Wide Main Boulevards, Redesigned Services Ducts, Underground Electricity & Sui Gas System, 24 X 7 Potable Drinking Water, Efficient Drainage & Sewerage System, Solid Waste Management System, Broadband Optical Fiber Network, Environment Friendly Planning & Development and Positive Energy Waste Treatment Plant.
Lai becomes dumping stations: Nullah Lai flowing through Rawalpindi has become dumping station owing to negligence of the WASA.
Slum dwellers and residents of nearby localities started throwing waste into the Lai as there is no checks by concerned authorities.
People began to extend their private drains to the Nullah by discharging domestic waste into them.
Slum dwellers living along these drainages not only have to bear the reek of dumped waste all day but they are also at the risk of becoming affected with dangerous disease, since these drainages are breeding grounds for various life threatening virus and bacteria. ­