The Capital Development Authority (CDA) plans to launch eleven uplift projects worth Rs137,216,695 in Islamabad. These developmental projects will beautify key residential sectors and recreational spots of the city.
The development projects include soft landscaping of parks in the residential areas of sector D-12, beautification of Srinagar Highway from Zero Point to Golra Interchange, purchase of horticulture machinery for Peshawar Morr Interchange, construction of jogging track in green belt between sector F-11 and G-11, development of park in sector I-16, development of park in sector I-14/1, development of park in sector I-14/2, development of a park in sector I-14/4, construction of jogging track in green belt from Korang Road to sectors I-10 and I-11 and renovation of Rawal Lake View Park.
As per the official notice, the key objective of the upcoming development projects is to preserve and beautify the natural character of the green capital to enhance its charm.
Moreover, the civic authority is already spending funds on a number of development projects that are nearing completion.
The official said that the CDA Board has already approved the summary of these projects and funds would also be released after completion of the tender process.
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