The Karachi Development Authority is on its way to launch three housing schemes for the people of Karachi. These schemes will be launched phase-wise.
Karachi’s Surjani Town would be the first to have a housing
scheme for the middle and lower middle class families.
KDA Director General Dr Saifur Rehman said the process
required comprehensive planning.
“A proper and inclusive working plan is needed to
launch any housing scheme in Karachi as the KDA has a track record of providing
quality housing schemes in the past,” Rehman told Samaa Digital.
The KDA director general also presided over a meeting of the
KDA executive board on public housing schemes.
The meeting finalised the following points:
- New KDA housing schemes will only offer
residential flats, shops and offices
- These schemes will particularly be launched for
the middle and lower middle classes
- Housing schemes will be launched in Surjani
Town, Korangi and Federal B Area
- Surjani Town will be the first to get a housing
scheme in the first phase
- Korangi and Federal B Area will get housing
schemes in the next phase
- Balloting for flats, shops and offices will be
computerised and carried out in a transparent manner
The KDA marketing director was asked to prepare a
feasibility report on these schemes and submit it to the executive board for
final approval from the KDA governing body.
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