ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: On the directions of the Minister for Housing and Works Tariq Bashir Cheema, Secretary Housing & Works Dr. Imran Zaib Khan, and the Director-General Federal Government Employees Housing Authority (FGEHA) Tariq Rashid, the pace of development works has been accelerated so that modern facilities could be provided to the Federal Government Employees in the shortest possible time.
In this regard, the Director-General and Chief Engineer FGEHA visited the Kashmir Avenue Apartments, G-13 Chaklala Heights, and Skyline Apartments, Islamabad.
The staff present on the sites briefed the Director-General FGEHA and informed that there are 3432 apartments in the Chaklala scheme while the Skyline Apartments comprise a total of 3945 units.
As per the directives of the Director-General FGEHA to ensure quality and timely completion, construction works on both schemes are going at an accelerated pace. At Chaklala Heights, the construction of apartments is also going on at an accelerated pace.
This Authority is trying hard to provide the residential facilities to the allottees in the shortest possible time. Besides these projects, FGEHA is also launching other housing projects for Federal Government Employees and other segments of society.
For this purpose, advertisements for expression of interest for land sharing have already been published in various leading newspapers of Lahore, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Karachi, Faisalabad, Multan, Quetta, and Peshawar.
The Director-General FGEHA was further apprised that 1467 apartments are also being constructed at Kashmir Avenue. The authority asked the staff working on the site that all these projects should be completed well on time and where necessary the construction works may be carried out in two shifts to achieve the targets. Moreover,
The Authority, also visited the ongoing projects in Lifestyle Residency G-13, Sector G-15/3, Sector F-14, and F-15 and asked for the timely completion of these projects.
Furthermore, the authority for the first time has started supplying potable water in Sector G-14/4 through the recently completed water supply system. Previously, potable water in this sector was supplied solely by private tankers.