Sector G-7 Islamabad to be developed further – CDA chairman

Sector G7 Islamabad to be developed further – CDA chairman

Islamabad (September 9, 2012) – Capital Development Authority (CDA) Chairman Farkhand Iqbal has said that CDA would refurbish the civic facilities in the Sector G7, and announced to construct a state-of-the-art food court to develop the sector like any other modernised area of the city.

The chairman, during his visit to different areas in G7, said that revamping the civic facilities, including reconstruction and repair of the footpaths, maintenance of cleanliness, provision of potable water, upgrading the road infrastructure, and improvements of streets in the residential areas, was the priority of the authority.

Sector G-7 Islamabad Location Map

Iqbal said that trader community should come forward and play an active role for improving the civic amenities in the city. Iqbal also directed officials concerned to take concrete measures for precaution against dengue mosquito. He said that fumigation must be carried out across the capital and campaign to educate citizens must be carried out too. Special funds for the purpose have been allocated and relevant formation would be equipped with all the facilities, he added.

The chairman also assured the trader community of the sector G 7 that their issues would be resolved on priority basis. He also directed for upgrading the nullah flowing through the sector. Iqbal said that efforts are being taken to provide the missing facilities and mega-development projects have also been initiated despite financial crunch.

He said that formalities and official procedure for running a decent transport facility of rapid bus transit was in advance stage and the facility would soon be available to the residents. He said that his team was striving hard for rapid development in the city. He said that issues of bus service, sector development, provision of potable water and developing the road infrastructure are being addressed on priority.

All other office-bearers concerned were also present during his visit.