A multibillion-rupee development budget has been approved for three sectors in Islamabad by the Capital Development Authority (CDA). The decision was made at a recent CDA board meeting presided over by Noor ul Amin Mengal, the organization's chairman.
Details indicate that Rs.30 billion has been approved by the CDA board for the development of the D-13, E-13, and F-13 sectors in the federal capital. At the Gandhara Citizen Club and F-9 Park, the CDA's Environment Wing held a major public hearing on Monday to discuss the restoration of the ecology and the removal of invasive plants and wild mulberry.
The conference was attended by the Director Regional, Member Environment, DG Environment, DG Inspection, and other CDA officers. The head of the NIH's allergy centre, members of the Islamabad Wildlife Management Board, the DIG for the forest, as well as many other private and public organizations and individuals from other walks of life, attended.
Earlier The Capital Development Authority (CDA) had been working on finalizing the layout plans (LOPs) for four the said residential sectors - D-13, E-13, F-13