Rawalpindi: According to resources, a delegation from the Federation of Realtors Pakistan and the State Agents Association briefed Rawalpindi Development Authority (RDA) Chairman Tariq Mehmood Murtaza and RDA Director General Capt (R) Abdul Sattar Issani on the issues confronting real estate builders and developers.

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The chairman told the delegation that the approval process has been streamlined and that the Lahore Development Authority’s (LDA) rules will continue to apply until the Cabinet approves the Land Subdivision Rule 2020.

The Chairman went on to say that the Prime Minister’s package for the construction industry represents his vision and that all barriers to the industry’s growth have been eliminated. He also asked that all builders and developers apply their plans in compliance with the Land Subdivision Rule 2020.

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The DG RDA, Abdul Sattar Issani, has ordered the builders to move the residential and commercial properties of private housing schemes from RDA because failing to do so is not only illegal but also puts the government at a disadvantage. Chairman RDA has also asked the delegation to devise a strategy for supplying water to housing societies through the Ghazi Brotha Project.

He also told the delegation that any concerns about inclusion in housing societies should be directed to RDA before the court’s rule.

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