FGEHA Issues 1687 Provisional Offer Letters Of Kashmir Avenue Apartments

ISLAMABAD, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News – twenty second Sep, 2022 ) :The Federal Government Employees Housing Authority (FGEHA) had issued over 1,687 Provisional Offer Letters (POLs) of residences to the federal government staff for the Kashmir Avenue condominium scheme, G-13, Islamabad.

Out of the overall, 817 POLs have been of the A-Category, whereas 870 of B-Category, official sources within the Ministry of Housing and Works informed APP.

They stated the provisional allotment of 184 homes had been cancelled resulting from non-payment of dues.

The sources stated the groundbreaking of 56 kanals land for housing undertaking was held in April, 2019, including that the undertaking aimed toward offering housing amenities to the federal authorities staff. It consisted of three towers, every with three basements, floor plus twenty one tales.

Minister for Housing and Works Maulana Abdul Wasay directed the involved officers to expedite the continuing initiatives below the umbrella of FGEHA together with Kashmir Avenue Apartments, G-13 Chaklala Heights and Skyline Apartments, Islamabad, they added.

They stated the minister directed the workers on the location to make sure high quality and well timed completion, building works on the schemes was going at an accelerated tempo.

The authority was striving arduous to offer residential amenities to the allottees within the shortest attainable time. Besides these initiatives, the FGEHA was additionally launching different housing initiatives for the workers and different segments of society, they stated.

To a query, they stated the province-wise element of allotment of presidency lodging weren’t maintained with Estate Office. Rather they have been maintained on the idea of quarter quantity and date of allotment. Therefore, the sources stated, it was not attainable to point the variety of allotments made to the workers from completely different provinces.

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