CDA to provide pre-approved house plans 2023

Islamabad: The Capital Development Authority (CDA) is set to simplify the process of house construction by offering pre-approved building plans, as reported in national newspapers on September 5.

During a CDA Board meeting chaired by Mohammad Anwarul Haq, approval for this project was granted. The meeting also decided that the CDA’s relevant department will compile a comprehensive booklet within the next eight weeks. This booklet will contain approved building plans tailored to different plot sizes, streamlining the construction process for citizens. Additionally, the board has taken steps to revive a commission responsible for revising the city’s master plan.

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CDA Chairman Issue Instruction For OWO

The chairman of CDA has issued instructions for the digitalization of property records to enhance the efficiency of services provided by the One Window Operation (OWO) directorate.

At present, the OWO manually enters applicant details, which is followed by several manual procedures. Our goal is to digitize the entire system within the next three months,” he stated. He also mentioned that he intends to request feedback from applicants through the directorate regarding their experiences with CDA operations.

Additionally, he conducted an unannounced visit to the OWO and Building Control directorates, emphasizing the need for improvement in these departments.

Furthermore, he requested access to the records of building plan applications currently under processing in the building control department.

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In another significant development, the CDA board has directed the authority to approach the federal government for the establishment of a dedicated commission tasked with revising the master plan. The master plan, originally drafted in 1960, stipulates revisions every two decades. However, substantial updates have been lacking, with only occasional modifications made by successive governments.

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