On the instructions of its Chairman Tariq Mehmood Murtaza and Director General Muhammad Saif Anwar Jappa, the Rawalpindi Development Authority (RDA) has expedited its action against unlawful housing societies.
According to the RDA spokesman, the civic agency has complied with the legislation by demolishing nine billboards, four site offices, and 22 residential building constructions that were still under construction on Chak Beli Road.
The Punjab Development of Cities Act of 1976, the Punjab Private Housing Schemes, and the Land Subdivision Rules of 2010 had all been broken, according to the MP&TE RDA Director, who further explained that the owners of these housing societies had been building against the RDA’s orders and without the approval of maps or No Objection Certificates (NOCs).
He continued by saying that housing societies had already received notifications from the authorities ordering them to stop their illegal construction and advertising.
The RDA has also pursued legal action against a number of other housing organisations. In response to illegal advertisements without NOCs, it filed First Information Reports (FIRs) against seven illegal housing authorities last month.
Additionally, the RDA had warned individuals against making investments in housing projects that it had not endorsed.
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