Lahore: in the 9th annual meeting of the provincial planning and development Working Party (PDWP) the Punjab Government approved Rs4.10 billion for the establishment of the new small industrial estate in the native district of the CM Punjab Chaudhary Pervez Elahi. The meeting was chaired by the Chairman Planning & Development Board Abdullah Khan Sumbal. The meeting was also attended by the Provincial Secretary P&D Board Dr. Muhammad Sohail Anwar Chaudhary, members of the Planning & Development Board, and provincial secretaries of concerned departments.
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The Punjab Government is on its way to establishing phase II of the Gujrat Industrial Estate for which an area of around 200 acres has already been acquired by the provincial government. The business community has long been demanding phase II of the industrial estate. The area is located in the three villages of Saroki, Chak Qazian, and Sheikh Qureshian along the bank of the Upper Jhelum Canal. The construction of the new industrial estate would minimize the inconvenience to the residents of the city because of the presence of the operations of a large number of manufacturers of electric fans, pottery, furniture, and its allied vendors in the residential areas of the Gujrat city.
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The Punjab Govt has already asked the local associations of various industries and the GtCCI to submit their proposals about the size of required plots and other amenities required. After initial discussions, the plots 10 marla plots, 1 kanal plot, 2 kanal, 3 kanal, and 4 kanal plots would be designed. As per recommendations as per the decision of the provincial government 70pc of the acquired land may be used for plots and the rest will be utilized for other infrastructure development. The government has a plan to complete the project in a period of two years.