CDA Chairman Amir Ali Ahmed has ordered a crackdown on unauthorised and unapproved structures that are in violation of building rules. CDA is ready to take action against the illegal buildings in Islamabad.
On the orders of CDA Chairman Amir Ali Ahmed, the crackdown on illegal buildings in breach of building ordinances continues, while the CDA’s Building Control Department issued notifications to 40 residential buildings and show cause notices to six commercial illegal buildings during this time.
According to reports, one of the illegal buildings, one situated on GT Road in Islamabad was sealed for violating the CDA construction rules. However the owners reopened it and filed a FIR with the local police station after the illegal building structure was sealed.
Furthermore, the Building Control Authority earned nearly Rs 38 crore in income in a single month, with 34 residential building plans authorised and plans for seven commercial structures approved, totaling Rs 31 crore.
Additionally, more than Rs. 2,884,640 was collected for the completion of residential building construction in the Federal Capital, as well as Rs. 1,929,276 for giving NOCs to 57 instances in residential areas. While NOCs were given to 12 commercial structures, resulting in revenue of around Rs. 55 lakh 64 thousand 700 rupees. In the near future, it is reported that CDA will continue to take action against these illegal buildings in Islamabad.