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Gatwala Commercial Hub , Faisalabad is Punjab’s biggest and Pakistan’s second largest mixed use, real estate project. It has a covered area of over 3.1 million sq. ft.

This mega project, designed and developed by Shah Nawaz Associates, is located, at the junction of Canal Expressway and Lahore Sheikhupura Road. The road in front of the GCH project, has an average traffic count of 30 vehicles per minute. become, the city’s next mega center for trade, commerce, industries as well as residential projects.

 

Gatwala Commercial Hub

Remittances through Roshan Digital Accounts surpass $200mn

ISLAMABAD: The remittances transferred through Roshan Digital Accounts surpassed $200 million, it was announced. The $200 million mark was achieved in 28 days, whereas the first $100m mark was achieved in 76 days. On this occasion, Prime Minister Imran Khan took to Twitter to thank the overseas Pakistanis for the $200 million funds transferred through the digital service launched by the State Bank of Pakistan. The SBP recorded the highest-ever single day remittance of $7.70 million on December 10, this year. The Roshan Digital Account provides complete digital banking solutions for the overseas Pakistani diaspora, offering ease of payment and investment facilities in various sectors of Pakistan, including real estate, stocks,...

روشن ڈیجیٹل بینک اکاؤنٹ میں جمع کرائی گئی رقوم 200 ملین ڈالر کی سطح عبور کر گئیں

کراچی: بدھ کے روز روشن ڈیجیٹل اکاؤنٹ کے ذریعے بھیجی گئی رقوم 200 ملین ڈالر کی سطح عبور کر گئیں۔ اِس سطح کو عبور کرنے پر وزیر اعظم عمران خان نے بیرون ملک مقیم پاکستانیوں کا شکریہ ادا کیا۔ جمعرات کو ایک ٹویٹ میں وزیر اعظم نے کہا کہ وہ فنڈز بھیجنے پر ملک کے عظیم اثاثہ کا شکریہ ادا کرنا چاہتے ہیں۔ انہوں نے ٹویٹ کیا کہ پہلے 100 ملین ڈالر 76 دنوں میں موصول ہوے اور اگلے 100 ملین ڈالر صرف 28 دنوں میں آئے۔ 10 دسمبر کو روشن ڈیجیٹل اکاؤنٹ کو اب تک کی سب سے زیادہ یعنی 7.70 ملین ڈالر کی ترسیلات موصول ہوئیں۔ وزیر اعظم...

Pakistan maintains current account surplus for 5th consecutive month

KARACHI: Pakistan has recorded a current account surplus for the fifth consecutive month, reporting a surplus of $447 million in November. The current account stands at $1.64 billion in the ongoing fiscal year 2021. The State Bank of Pakistan cited an improved trade balance and an increase in the flow of remittances for the recorded surplus. Pakistan also recorded an inflow of $200 million worth of remittances through the Roshan Digital Accounts.   For news and blogs, visit Graana.com. ...

آر ڈی اے کا قانونی اور غیر قانونی ہاؤسنگ سوسائٹیوں پر نظرثانی کرنے کا فیصلہ

راولپنڈی: راولپنڈی ڈیویلپمنٹ اتھارٹی نے قانونی اور غیر قانونی ہاؤسنگ سوسائٹیز کی فہرست پر نظرثانی کرنے کا فیصلہ کرلیا ہے تاکہ لوگوں کی سرمایہ کاری کو محفوظ کیا جا سکے۔ یہ فیصلہ اس ضمن میں کیا گیا کہ متعدد ہاؤسنگ سوسائٹیز عملی طور پر گراونڈ پر موجود نہیں ہیں۔ آر ڈی اے نے اِس تمام عمل میں محکمہء محصولات، مقامی حکومت، ضلعی کونسل اور دیگر محکموں کو شامل کرنے کا فیصلہ کیا ہے۔ وزیر اعظم عمران خان نجی ہاؤسنگ سوسائٹیز کے کام کرنے کے عمل کو باضابطہ بنانا چاہتے ہیں جہاں عوام نے بھاری سرمایہ کاری کی ہے۔ ہزاروں افراد بہت سی غیر قانونی ہاؤسنگ سوسائٹیز میں آباد ہوچکے...

RDA to protect citizens’ investments by reviewing housing societies

RAWALPINDI: In an attempt to protect the investments of citizens and promote ethical real estate practises, the Rawalpindi Development Authority (RDA) has announced it will review housing societies, informed RDA Metropolitan & Traffic Engineering (MP&TE) Director, Shahzad Haider. This initiative is aimed at resolving matters pertaining to legal issuance of No Objection Certificates (NOCs) to the residents of illegal housing societies from RDA, for the installation of utility services including water, gas, and electricity connections. The authority will highlight all the existing housing societies that do not abide by the existing by-laws. Out of a total of 300 private housing schemes, only 49 are legal. This is because many housing...

An Assessment of Pakistan’s early Urban Planning Policies (1947 – 1997)

Preamble Pakistan faced a myriad of challenges in the early phase of the country’s formation. Despite an influx of refugees, weak government institutions, and a plethora of urban challenges, Pakistan managed to steer itself out of the crisis. The article presents the public policies and programs which were adopted in dealing with the urban crisis in Pakistan during the first fifty years (1947-1997). The policies fall into three distinct phases in relation to the evolving political and economic regimes. The Iqbal Institute of Policy Studies (IIPS) presents an analysis of how successful these policies and programs have been in managing the urban crisis of Pakistan during the period....

LDA completes consultant hiring process for Lahore Master Plan

LAHORE: The Lahore Development Authority (LDA) completed the last phase of the hiring process of a consultant for the preparation of the Lahore Master Plan 2050. In a meeting chaired by LDA DG Ahmed Aziz Tarar, it was informed that a consortium of Dar-ul-Hindsa (Lebanon), Mine Heart (Singapore), and NESPAK (Pakistan) had been shortlisted, out of a total of seven, for the preparation of the Lahore Master Plan. The companies were finalized after the technical proposals submitted were analyzed by the consultant selection subcommittee.   For news and blogs, visit Graana.com. ...

لاہور ماسٹر پلان: ایل ڈی اے نے کنسلٹنٹ مقرر کرنے کا عمل مکمل کرلیا

لاہور: لاہور ڈیولپمنٹ اتھارٹی (ایل ڈی اے) نے لاہور کے ماسٹر پلان کی تیاری کے لیے کنسلٹنٹ مقرر کرنے کا عمل مکمل کرلیا۔ متعلقہ سب کمیٹی نے ٹیکنیکل پروپوزل پر نظرثانی کر کے تین کمپنیز کو شارٹ لسٹ کرلیا اور اپنی رپورٹ کنسلٹنٹ سلیکشن کمیٹی کو جمع کرا دی۔ ایل ڈی اے کے ڈی جی احمد عزیز تارڑ نے کنسلٹنٹ سلیکشن کمیٹی کی میٹنگ کی سربراہی کی۔ میٹنگ کو بتایا گیا کہ لبنان کی کمپنی دار الہندسہ، سنگاپور کی کمپنی مائین ہرٹ اور پاکستانی کمپنی نیسپاک کو سات کمپنیز میں سے منتخب کیا گیا ہے۔ اجلاس کو آگاہ کیا گیا کہ لاہور ماسٹر پلان 2050 کی تیاری میں...

Unmanageable Urbanisation in Pakistan

Preamble The uncontrolled urbanisation is fast becoming a nuisance for the people living in major cities of Pakistan. This blog by Iqbal Institute Policy Studies (IIPS) discusses the main drivers of urbanisation and the subsequent challenges faced in the health, housing, and transport sectors. The role of government in mitigating the harmful effects of urbanisation and the private sector’s efforts in spreading urban amenities to rural areas are also highlighted. Lastly, suggestions are presented to tackle the problems associated with urbanisation in Pakistan.   Research Questions What are the drivers of urbanisation in Pakistan? What are the subsequent challenges Pakistan faces due to rapid urbanisation? What are government policy and the role of...

Top 5 Locations to Rent a House under Rs. 30,000 in Karachi

Being Pakistan’s biggest metropolitan area, Karachi offers a fast-paced lifestyle with innumerable business and professional opportunities present. Karachi has a well-developed infrastructure, including well-reputed educational institutions, modern health-care facilities, and limitless entertainment options as well as tourist spots, offering a complete and comfortable lifestyle for residents. Karachi offers a remarkable variety of attractions and activities, ranging from sandy beaches to traditional bazaars, modern shopping malls, water-parks, best gyms, top cinemas and brings you flavours from all around the world in the 4-star hotels offering a myriad of cuisines, restaurants, and top coffee shops and cafes. Given its strategic location, business opportunities, and amenities, the city has been identified as one...