ISLAMABAD: The CDA board, presided over by Captain (retired) Noor ul Amin Mengal, reportedly approved the creation of a new Building Control Wing, which will be made up of trained personnel in charge of carrying out building by-laws and preventing unauthorized development throughout the city. The Capital Development Authority (CDA) recently made a number of important advancements in Pakistan's capital city regarding building control capabilities.
The Building Control Wing will have 50 teams under the new arrangement, with an assistant director and two supervisors on each team. This new wing is expected to play a significant part in strengthening the CDA's ability to control building construction and guarantee adherence to current by-laws
The Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) Building Control By-Laws and Regulations 2002 were modified by the CDA board in addition to creating the Building Control Wing. The development of Murree Road and IJP Road is the main emphasis of these modifications. The board also approved the allocation of lands for educational institutions on a 33-year lease in Zones 2, 4, and 5. These plots' Floor Area Ratios (FAR) have also been increased, with a focus on serving lower-middle-class and middle-class families.
The board also approved the development work on the Sector I-11 bus terminal during the meeting, and it is anticipated to start in two months. Within two weeks, the bus terminal's Project Concept (PC-1) will be presented to the board.