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Lotus Group recently launched Lotus - Apartments & Villas, in New Lahore City, Canal Bank Road, Lahore. According to Lotus Group, Lotus was designed to keep in mind the low budget buyers, that are often neglected by most of the real estate developers. 

Lotus is offering:

  • 1 Bedroom Apartments (2 Marla - Rs. 19 Lacs) 
  • 2 Bedroom Apartments (4 Marla - Rs. 35 Lacs)
  • 3 Bedroom Villas (3 Marla / 2 Storey - Rs. 60 Lacs)

All properties are being offered on easy instalment plan of 2 years and booking starts only from 10%. Lotus is offering two types of payment plans: quarterly instalment plan & construction growth based payment plan. Each buyer may choose payment plan according to it's own comfort and satisfaction. 

Next Home is exclusive sales & marketing partnert of Lotus - Apartments & Villas. For booking & details, call: 03006305005

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A Peshawar High Court bench has pointed the federal government to grant funds to the Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited within a month to supply natural gas to the provincial assembly’s constituency in Mardan, PK-55.

Chief Justice Waqar Ahmad Seth and Justice Abdul Shakoor delivered the directions before disposing of an appeal, which had challenged the suspension of work on the gas supply project launched during the last government.

The government had claimed that it had transferred PKR 142.882 million to the SNGPL’s assignment account for the gas project and PKR 115.28 million of it was spent on 76km gas pipeline network.

The lawyer of SNGPL declared that funds for the project were sanctioned on Jul 20, 2017, before PKR 142.88 million was released to the SNGPL as the technical supplementary grant. But now, the court has ordered the endowment to be splurged again.

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“Instead of increasing the water tariff, the agency wanted to bring more people into the tax net.” --WASA Managing Director Raja Shaukat Mehmood

The Water and Sanitation Agency (WASA) has launched a crackdown on more than 8,000 defaulters in the 46 union councils of Rawalpindi.

“The agency would arrest defaulters under Section 33 of the Punjab Development Cities Act 1976 and their properties can be confiscated under Section 81 of Land Revenue Act”. --Managing Director WASA

The managing director said that during the last six months, WASA collected Rs95 million dues from defaulters. He expressed the hope that the civic agency would achieve the target of Rs200 million by the end of the current fiscal year.

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Second consultative negotiation of the Federal Commission on review of Islamabad Master Plan 2020-2040 was held on May 16th at the Pak- China Friendship Centre Islamabad.

“Work for the revision of Bylaws and will be finalized soon. Approval will be sought from the CDA Board within four weeks.” --CDA Retd. Officer Hafiz Ehsan Ullah

A facility of an online forum will be made available to the public for submission of their inputs into the Master Plan Islamabad.

Under discussion, matters included gaps in the IMP of 1960 until now. Continued problems and scopes of improvement were welcomed from the participating parties. These included several NGOs, international organizations, private associations, consulting town planners, architects, and engineers.

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The Punjab Government has given an approval of nine development schemes worth PKR 48 billion on May 14.

P&D Chairman Habib-ur-Rehman Gilani chaired meeting of the Provincial Development Working Party (PDWP) for the current financial year 2018-19. In it nine development schemes were approved including:

GIS Integrated Computerization of Urban Immovable Property Tax (UIPT) System at the cost of PKR 996.584 million,

Rural Accessibility Program (RAP) for 2018-19 pertaining to Punjab Highways Department North Zone at the cost of PKR4.889.157 billion,

Water Supply Scheme, Fazaiya Housing Colony Turnol Tehsil, and District Rawalpindi at the cost of PKR 547.089 million,

Rural Accessibility Program (RAP) for 2018-19 pertaining to Punjab Highways Department South Zone at the cost of PKR 6.157.831 billion,

DG Khan (Umbrella PC-I) at the cost of Rs559.988 million, dualization of Khanewal-Lodhran Road at the cost of PKR 22.295.157 billion,

Rural Accessibility Program (RAP) for 2018-19 pertaining to Punjab Highways Department Central Zone at the cost of PKR4.394 billion,

Progressing Punjab by Entrepreneurial Development of SMEs (PPED) at the cost of PKR 6 billion

Developing SME sector through Loan Markup Support Program (LMSP) at the cost of PKR 3 billion.

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The construction work of the 150-feet wide LDA City Main Boulevard has started and the engineering wing of the project is currently busy in leveling the Main Boulevard. Development work on 3,500 kanals of LDA City Phase I land has started,

The Phase-1 of LDA City will be developed first on 13,500 Kanal lands. The remaining required land of 4,500 Kanal will be hand over by the development partners in next 8 months.

The management of LDA City revealed that 34 contractors and engineering companies have shown their interest in taking the development task of LDA City Phase 1, which covers 13,000 kanals of land.

LDA City has also acquired land of 375 Kanal in the previous month. The authority has received the land for the development of LDA City Phase 1.

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The Sindh Government’s Transport and Mass Transit Department has once again sprung into action to get the vacated lands worth billions of rupees.

According to the transport department’s records, the said properties, some measuring hardly an acre (a land measure equivalent to 4,840 square yards), while others much larger, have been encroached upon by various government agencies and departments.

In all, the various departments have upon 69 acres and 345 gantay (a land measure equivalent to three acres), besides smaller parcels totaling up to 14,969 square yards in Karachi alone. This is besides the 69 acres and 636 gantay land occupied in rural Sindh.

The department has written letters to the Sindh Police chief, Karachi Commissioner and the deputy commissioners and DIGs of Sukkur, Hyderabad, Mirpurkhas and Shaheed Benazirabad, seeking help to retrieve the land.

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The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government has announced PKR 4.44 billion for the reconstruction and rehabilitation of over 700 damaged facilities in three major sectors, including education, in merged tribal districts of the province.

Most of the educational institutions were rehabilitated with the financial assistance of foreign donors and allotments from the annual development programs. The social sector had suffered massive damages during militancy in the former Fata. Education was the worst hit sector as around 1,500 educational institutions were blown up or torched and thus, denying education to thousands of boys and girls.

From released fund amount, the government has assigned PKR 422.5 million to Khyber, PKR 1 billion to South Waziristan, PKR 1.1 billion to Kurram, PKR 1.04 billion to Orakzai, PKR 490.5 million to the Mohmand district and PKR 1.05 billion to North Waziristan.