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BAHRIA TOWN TO INITIATE CONSTRUCTION OF JINNAH AVENUE IN ZONE-IV

THE PROJECT WOULD BENEFIT THE CURRENT RESIDENTS AND BAHRIA ENCLAVE RESIDENTS IN THE FUTURE.

The CDA has approved the construction of Jinnah Avenue in Zone 4. The project will be initiated and completed by Bahria Town at its own expense of Rs 220 million. This 150 foot wide modern road would link main Kurri Road to Kurri Model Village. This   will also serve as a thoroughfare open to all the residents of the villages in the vicinity as they use other thoroughfares throughout the country.

The approval came out as a result of meetings held between Bahria Town and CDA. According to terms and conditions laid down in the circular the expense will be entirely bore by Bahria Town. Bahria town will also construct two link roads: one will be 3.5 kilometres long and begin from Kurri Model Village, while the other will be 1.5 kilometres long which will connect the avenue with agro farms/dumping site area. These roads will be the property of CDA which will also have the right of way. CDA will monitor the construction of roads and will jointly develop signages, billboards and signboards with Bahria Town, for these roads.

Four years ago, Bahria Town spent a sum of Rs. 95 million for the construction of 3.5 kilometres long portion of Islamabad Highway between PWD Housing Society and Kak Pull, all in public interest. Bahria Town also set up a free dispensary in Kurri village where 125-150 patients are treated and given free medicines daily. Furthermore, for the convenience of thousands of residents of the surrounding villages Bahria Town constructed an asphalt road on the nine-kilometre Kutcha road only two months ago at a cost of Rs80 million. This has been widely welcomed by the people of the area.

Kurri modern village road was initially a part of CDA’s master plan but after half way construction the funds were consumed after which, for the general welfare of the residents, Bahria Town extended its offer to complete the remaining portion of the road. This road would also be used by the residents of Bahria Enclave, after the projects’ completion in about 4-5 years time. CDA has given the approval on the condition that Bahria Town will bear the entire construction and development cost but will be neither a property of Bahria Town, nor will it impose any tax nor will it be transferred in the name of Bahria Town.

 
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