Islamabad: According to a report in the top newspaper on September 28, the Capital Development Authority (CDA) committee has authorized the building plans for high-rise structures strategically positioned in profitable areas throughout the city. At a recent meeting of the CDA's design-vetting committee held at CDA headquarters, representatives from the civic body's planning division were present. These high-rise structures, which included a soaring 26-story hotel on Club Road and covered a vast area measuring 27,394.40 square yards, were being built. It is expected to cost a lot of money and involve a number of construction-related enterprises.
Additionally, the design for a 15-story structure on plot number B-2 in the city's New Blue Area, encompassing 1,333.33 square yards, was accepted. The committee approved a nine-story structure with a site size of 4,840.40 square yards in Sector G-5 to house the Asian Development Bank. The Institute of Cost Management Accounts of Pakistan's development designs for a nine-story structure also received approval.
After carefully going over all the required paperwork, the committee approved plans for six-story and seven-story buildings in sectors I-8 and F-8. This development in the city's vertical infrastructure emphasizes the commitment of financiers and builders to support Islamabad's expanding business sector.
The committee also approved the proposals for three commercial buildings to be erected inside of two private housing societies, highlighting the diversity of the city's development aspirations.