Fly 46 storey high – CM Sindh approves proposed building


Sindh High Density Development Board Chairman, Sindh Chief Minister, Syed Qaim Ali Shah, has approved the proposed construction plan of a 46-floor high rises building with the conditions to complete other requirements such as environmental and traffic decongestion studies. 

The board meeting was held at the CM House. The meeting was attended by Chief Secretary Siddiq Memon, Principal Secretary to CM Allamuddin Bullo, Secretary Local Government Imran Atta Soomro, Administrator KMC Saqib Soomro, Sindh Building Control Authority Chief Manzoor Qadir and other concerned senior officers.

In the meeting, the chief minister was given a briefing on the proposed building plan by the architect of the building, which is to be constructed on a plot measuring 4044.00 square yards located in Civil Lines Quarters, Victoria Road Karachi.

According to the proposal, the building would have 46-floor with basements, a large car parking of seven floors going from the second to eighth floor. The ninth and 10th floor will be the reception while the 1th-39th floor will have flats and on 40th floor the building would have its solar panels again from 41st to 45th floor it would have apartments and on the roof top the building would have a helipad.

The chief minister during the briefing asked the architect to conduct the EPA and traffic decongestion studies before starting the construction.

To a question, the architect told the meeting that the building would have its own power plant; therefore, they would have no need to get a power connection. The building would also have a RO plant; therefore, the building would not get a water connection.