Martyrs’ Families to Receive Housing Plots

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Additionally, CM Gandapur gave the relevant authorities instructions to gather information about the heirs of these public servants and establish the procedures for doing so.

The choice was made on Wednesday while presiding over the Housing Department’s inaugural meeting at Chief Minister’s House in Peshawar.

Attending the meeting were the Chief Minister Amjad Ali Khan’s Special Assistant, Principal Secretary Ambar Ali Khan, Secretary Housing, Director General of the Provincial Housing Authority Imran Wazir, and other pertinent officials.

The chief minister of KP made the decision to ballot for the distribution of 500 plots that were previously available inside the various housing programmes.

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In addition, he gave the relevant authorities instructions to expedite the completion of the province’s ongoing housing schemes and residential apartment buildings. He also stated that the cabinet’s decisions regarding the provision of land for housing societies and apartment buildings should be put into effect right away and that appropriate locations should be found in the districts where housing societies are necessary.

In order to satisfy the province’s housing needs, Chief Municipality of Gandapur instructed them to use the Public-Private Partnership model for these kinds of development projects.

In order to guarantee the effective use of government lands and to boost the province’s revenue stream, he also gave the go-ahead to expedite the establishment of the Assets Management firm. It was added that all relevant departments should be members of the firm.

He stated that one of his government’s top priorities is to provide the poor and middle class with affordable housing. He further stated that loans for home construction will be given to those in need and that Rs 3 billion had been set aside in the new fiscal year’s budget for this purpose.

During a briefing regarding the Housing Authority’s development projects, it was revealed that construction is underway on five additional schemes under the Annual Development Programme, which will be finished at an estimated cost of Rs 4 billion overall. Work is currently underway on seven projects totaling an estimated Rs 46 billion.

In a similar vein, eight new housing projects totaling Rs 88 billion were said to have been proposed across the province’s districts.

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