Islamabad: After receiving clearance from the federal cabinet, the Capital Development Authority (CDA) will likely begin the process of removing structures built along drains in E-11.
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Following recent urban floods in E-11/2, which claimed the lives of a woman and her child, the CDA has sent a summary to the federal cabinet. It is expected to be discussed in the future cabinet meeting. According to sources, if the civic agency’s proposal is implemented, a large number of structures, including homes, businesses, and high-rise buildings, might be demolished.
Officials at the CDA, on the other hand, stated that people’s rights would be safeguarded, and that developers of plans would be asked to cover relocation costs. They claimed that plots carved on drain rights of way would be “dislocated” at the risk and expense of society administration and high-rise building owners.
After the summary is approved, the CDA will commission a hydrological and infrastructural assessment of housing plans and stand-alone high-rise apartment complexes at the expense of the project sponsors.