Peshawar: According to news reports, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) Chief Minister Mahmood Khan ordered the completion of the largest residential plan, Gandhara Valley City (Peshawar Model Town), on Thursday.
Provincial Ministers, Akbar Ayub Khan and Timur Saleem Jhagra, Member Provincial Assembly Asif Khan, Commissioner Peshawar, Director General (DG), Capital City Police Office (CCPO), Peshawar Development Authority (PDA), and administrative secretaries of concerned departments, as well as other officials, attended the meeting on the Peshawar Revival Plan.
During the meeting, the CM directed that all criteria be completed as soon as possible, including a full engineering design, so that the groundbreaking could take place. In addition, the CM directed the competent authorities to complete the Ring Road project’s remaining construction on time.
In addition, the conference assessed the progress of the Peshawar Revival Plan’s efforts. The Gandhara Valley City project was discovered to be four times larger than Hayatabad Town, with a total area of 106,000 Kanals.
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The project’s zoning plan was also discussed at the conference, which revealed that the town will be divided into 23 zones, 17 of which will be residential zones. Officials are working on property acquisition for Section-4, while construction on Section-5 has commenced, according to the CM.
In addition, PC-1 of the Peshawar Bus Stand project was submitted for approval to the Provincial Development Working Party (PDWP) during the meeting.
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