Rawalpindi: According to recent news published, the Rawalpindi Development Authority (RDA), has allowed the owners of 14 houses near Saidpur Road to convert their residential accommodations into 10-storey commercial plazas.
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As indicated by the subtleties uncovered, the community office gave its endorsement on the guidelines of the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA). Even though the plots of these houses were semi-business, the proprietors were not permitted to create structures more than 30 feet in stature in light of the region’s nearness to the old Benazir Bhutto International Airport.
According to CAA’s guidelines, development of high rise in territories encompassing the air terminal is restricted. In any case, in the wake of the air terminal’s migration to the new site (close to Fatehjang), the CAA (after meeting with Aviation Minister Gulam Sarwar Khan) allowed the rest-to-court changes close to Saidpur Road.
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RDA Chairman Tariq Mehmood Murtaza publicised that the said area was declared semi-commercial last year, adding that RDA is only acting as a facilitator and will mobilise the community for commercialization to promote businesses and revenue inflows.
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