Islamabad: The Capital Development Authority (CDA) has proposed eleven development projects worth Rs137,216,695 to improve the capital city’s residential areas and recreational areas.
Tenders for these construction projects will be issued in May, and the selected firms will be given the task of completing them within the specified time frame.
Soft landscaping of parks in sector D-12, beautification of Srinagar Highway (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 the park in sector I-16, development of the park in sector I-14/1, development of the park in sector I-14/2, development of the park in sector I-14/4, construction of jogging track in the green belt from Korang Road to sectors I-10 and I-11 and renovation of Rawal Lake View Park.
It’s worth noting that the city government is now investing in a variety of construction projects that are approaching completion.
The CDA Board has already approved the project report, and funds will be released once the tender process is completed.
The main goal of the upcoming construction projects, according to an official, is to preserve and beautify the natural character of this green capital.