CDA gives go ahead for welfare projects worth Rs122 million

Islamabad: Several public welfare projects went through approval in a meeting of the Capital Development Authority Working Party (CDAWP) on Tuesday. Chairman CDA, Amer Ali Ahmed presided over the meeting.

The meeting approved the PC-II for rehabilitation and widening of IJP Road. Worth Rs27.653 million, the cost will be borne by the authority itself. The PC-I costing Rs81.159 million for the construction of Orchard Scheme Murree Road has also been approved.

CDA- DWP approved the PC-II for the project of Traffic Management System for Park Road and Rawal Dam Chowk amounting to Rs13.827 million. The implementation of the construction of two underpasses, G-7/G-8 and F-7/F-8 at Faisal Avenue stands at the same cost and location, however the meeting agreed to extend its time.

CDA-DWP in the meeting asked for a revised PC-I for the five pedestrian bridges. Balance work was presented for Park Enclave and E-12 projects however a fresh PC-I has been asked for.

In regards to the meeting and fresh PC-1s asked for, the Chairman has called for another meeting within two weeks. The meeting was attended by members of CDA Board, senior officers of Planning and Development Division, officers from the Ministry of Interior and senior officers of CDA.

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