According to Noorul Amin Mengal, chairman of the Capital Development Authority (CDA), key development projects now underway are expected to be finished in June and July of this year. The Bara Kahu Bypass, Margalla Avenue, and IJP Road are just a few of the projects that will be finished, according to the Chairman.
The Chairman further emphasized that the CDA management gives the qualitative development of C sectors top priority. He emphasized the value of green spaces, such as public and national parks, as essential components of the nation's capital. The Chairman declared that the CDA has established a Green Fund to guarantee the preservation of Islamabad's green space. Every development project will have a percentage of the money allocated to it as fuel for this fund.
According to the Chairman, 300 private schools have been located and will be moved to new plots. Plots will be leased to private schools for a period of 33 years. Plots will be provided to the schools for a 10-year lease at a 55 percent discount from the DC rate. In order to prevent corrupt practices, the powers of the Building Control Inspectors are also being reduced. Building Control Wings will now be set up, each headed by an Assistant Director, to check homes and businesses for the approval of building plans and to stop unauthorized development. The CDA would seize amenities plots, such as cemeteries, schools, parks, playgrounds, etc., to guarantee layout plans are followed and to stop societies from doing so.