Rawalpindi Chaklala Scheme III – An Overview

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Rawalpindi is a city known for its vibrant culture, historical importance, and safe environment. It is a city located on the Potwar Plateau in close proximity to Islamabad, the capital city of Pakistan at the present time.

It is the headquarters of the Pakistan Armed Forces and also functioned as the nation’s capital in the 1960s when Islamabad was still in the process of being built. The city is home to a significant number of businesses and manufacturing facilities.


If you are looking for a safe and secure place to reside in Rawalpindi, we suggest you look into Chaklala Scheme III.

Overview – Chaklala Scheme III.

In the province of Punjab, Chaklala is a sizable and important suburb of Rawalpindi. It is located on the major railway line, to the east of Grand Trunk Road, and astride Airport Road. Chaklala Railway Station, which serves the neighboring areas is also situated near Chaklala Scheme III.

In 2002, the bigger Rawalpindi Cantonment was separated into the smaller Chaklala Cantonment in an effort to enhance the management in the cantonment districts of the Pakistani military capital, Rawalpindi.

Before the year 2002, the Rawalpindi Cantonment was the largest of all the cantonments in Pakistan. As a result of Pakistan’s fast urbanization, this led to administrative difficulties in the provision of municipal services.

Chaklala is governed by the Chaklala Cantonment Board (CCB), which is also responsible for the provision of water, the treatment of sewage, and the maintenance of local roads, in addition to the upkeep of parks and other environmentally conscious spaces.

This is distinct from the other two municipal bodies, namely the Rawalpindi Cantonment Board (RCB) and the Rawalpindi Metropolitan Corporation, all of which contribute to the formation of Rawalpindi’s metropolitan metropolis.

Modern housing schemes, such as Gulzar-e-Quaid, Railway Housing Scheme 8 Chaklala, Chaklala Housing Schemes I and II, Askari – I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VIII, IX, X & XII, can be found in the region.


According to the most recent census in 2017, Chaklala has a total population of around 407,952 people. A huge number of military families from all over Pakistan are accommodated in Chaklala as a result of the fact that it is both a significant army garrison and an air force installation as well.

The region is traversed by the Grand Trunk Road (also known as the N-5).  The state-of-the-art infrastructure including the roads and flyovers connects the region with the city core of Rawalpindi and provides a path to Islamabad, which is the capital city of Pakistan.

It begins at the Ammar Shaheed Chowk Roundabout and continues until it reaches the Koraal Chowk/Koraal Chowk Intersection. Along this route, you’ll find the Pakistan Air Force Base Chaklala, which is very next to the old airport.

It is a contemporary highway with six lanes. Two flyovers, one closer to the Ammar Shaheed Chowk Roundabout in 2009 and the other near Koral Chowk in 2017, have been built with the intention of lightening the burden of traffic in the most congested areas of the route.

Both Rawalpindi and Islamabad are connected to this route, which acts as the primary transportation corridor between the two cities.

Chaklala Scheme III – Market place:

The primary retail district for all of the population of Chaklala is located in Chaklala Scheme III, which is home to a sizable commercial market. The marketplace is home to a great number of eateries in addition to retail establishments and a gathering place for younger people.

In addition, there are a cinema and shopping mart situated in Jinnah Park on the airport road, which is another location that locals visit in the evenings when they go out and about.

Nearby Places:

Rawal Road:

It circles the western part of the old Airport in a clockwise direction. Benazir Bhutto Road, also known as Murree Road, and Airport Road are two of the busiest traffic arteries in the region, and this road connects the two of them. It is a brand new four-lane road that has recently been paved.

Railway line:

Chaklala scheme III is traversed by a railway line that is owned and operated by Pakistan Railways. There is a train station in the neighborhood; its name is the Chaklala Railway Station. The Chaklala Dry Port, which is an allied strategic dry port, is in charge of handling cargo trains.

Jinnah Park:

Jinnah Park which was first opened in 2006 and has since developed into a hub of activity for the city of Rawalpindi, was named after Pakistan’s former president.

It is home to a gaming lounge, Motion Rides, a state-of-the-art theatre called Cinepax, a Metro Cash & Carry, an outlet of McDonald’s, and several other recreational amenities. The expansive grounds can also serve as a pleasant location for picnics.


Saddar is also in proximity to Scheme III. People can visit Sadar, the hub of shopping brands in Rawalpindi, to fulfill their shopping needs. Apart from shopping brands, the area is also famous for its street food and desi food eateries.

Investment opportunities in Chaklala Scheme III:

If you are looking for an affordable house for sale in Rawalpindi, you should consider this area. There are many houses for sale in Chaklala Scheme III, starting from 1.1 Crore.

New project: Chaklala Heights (FGEHA) Chaklala Scheme -III, Rawalpindi

The land, which measures 508 Kanals, was given to the Federal Government Employees Housing Authority in Islamabad in 2019 by the Capital Development Authority in Islamabad for the purpose of constructing apartments for federal government employees in accordance with the goals of Naya Pakistan outlined by the federal government of Pakistan.

There are going to be a total of four different types of apartments available for the workers.

The following is a rundown of the specifics:

The Current Situation:

On the 11th of March in the year 2020, the program was presented to the public in an official capacity by the Honourable Prime Minister of Pakistan. The Consultant has finished the process of Planning and designing tasks that were included in the project. On-site preparations have begun in preparation for the construction of the infrastructure.

The procedure of soliciting bids for the employment of a Contractor for the Apartment works is now underway and will be finished by the end of July 2020 at the latest. The construction work must be finished within a period of thirty months, and ownership must be transferred in accordance with the schedule.

So, this was an overview of Chaklala Scheme III. Give this blog a read and choose your investment wisely.

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