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Gwadar is a port city on the southwestern coast of Balochistan, Pakistan. The city is located on the shores of the Arabian Sea, approximately 700 kilometres to the west of Pakistan’s largest city, Karachi.

Gwadar Maps

Govt. Housing Schemes in Gwadar:

Sangar Housing Project Gwadar

Gwadar Industrial Estate

New Town Gwadar

Private Housing Schemes in Gwadar:

New World City Gwadar

GDA Scheme 5 Gwadar

Golden Palms Gwadar

Creek City GwadarUpcoming Updates:

  • Construction of East-Bay Expressway, Gwadar Port
  • Construction of Breakwaters, Gwadar Port
  • Dredging of Berthing Areas & Channels, Gwadar Port
  • Pak-China Technical & Vocational Institute
  • Infrastructure Development for Free Zone & EPZs, Gwadar
  • Necessary Facilities of Fresh Water Treatment, Water Supply
  • China-Pakistan Friendship Hospital (Up-gradation of existing 50 bedded hospital
  • Coal-based Power Plant at Gwadar
  • Construction of Gwadar International Airport

At eProperty you’re always welcome; whether you have an inquiry, feedback or want to talk to us about your investment needs for buying, selling or renting properties in Gwadar, there are a number of ways you can reach us:

eProperty®
[email protected]
+92 3 111 042 042
+92 42 3718 7446
+92 42 3718 7447
eProperty, 23 Shabbir Sharif Road, Phase 6, DHA Lahore, Pakistan

GDA Official Contact:

GDA Quetta Office:

  • G.D.A. Office,  Civil Secretariat, Block No.9, 2nd Floor, Room No. 28,  Quetta, Balochistan
  • Telephone No: +92 81 9201675
  • Fax No: +92 81 9201675

GDA Director Town Planning:

  • Line: +92 86 421 1775 – 421 0953

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  1. Pakistan, China ink six accords of cooperation

    BEIJING, May 13 (APP): Pakistan and China on Saturday inked six accords of cooperation in diverse fields including Framework Agreement on up gradation of Main Line-1 rail track and establishment of a dry port at Havelian.

    Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang witnessed the signing ceremony here at the Peoples Great Hall of China.

    The Memorandum of Understanding signed between the two countries are as under:

    1- Framework of the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road Initiative
    2- Agreement on Economic and Technical Cooperation (1.5 billion RMB for Gwadar Airport etc.)
    3- Framework Agreement on implementation of up gradation of ML-1 and establishment of Havelian Dry Port in Pakistan
    4- MoU on implementation of ML-1 and establishment of Havelian Dry Port in Pakistan
    5- Agreement on Economic and Technical Cooperation (0.8 billion RMB for Gwadar Airport)
    6- Agreement on Economic and Technical Cooperation (1.1 billion RMB for East bay Expressway)

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  2. Maqsood

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    Dear Atif bhai
    I want to get information ab white pearl city Gwadar.I purchased 4 plots 5 marla in2006’few instalments paid but after that crises started.I have complete record of bookng etc.How I can come to know real picture?

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  3. Dovetailing Pakistan through CPEC

    Transforming Gwadar fishing village into the most advanced business hub of region

    Government Framework Agreement has been signed for Gwadar Eastbay Expressway (19km, connecting Gwadar Port to Mehran Coastal Highway) and 40 percent work is complete. Government Framework Agreement has also been signed for Gwadar New International Airport and 40 percent work is already complete

    Gwadar, once a small, sleepy shipping town, is fast transforming into a vibrant destination for the investors of the region. An ignored town on the shores of the Arabian Sea, Gwadar is a coastal village which is a warm-water, deep-sea port; a rarity in the region.

    The port features prominently in the China – Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) plan, and is considered to be a crucial link between the ambitious One Belt, One Road and Maritime Silk Road projects.

    Gwadar is the central point of the CPEC as the city is being transformed under the Gwadar Master Plan, which is a grant from China for the uplift of the people of Gwadar. Under the master plan, three major projects – Gwadar Port, Gwadar International Airport and Gwadar Free Economic Zone – are being completed.

    Government Framework Agreement has been signed for Gwadar Eastbay Expressway (19km, connecting Gwadar Port to Mehran Coastal Highway) and 40 percent work is complete. Government Framework Agreement has also been signed for Gwadar New International Airport and 40 percent work is already complete.

    Gwadar Free Zone is also under construction by China Overseas Ports Holding Company Ltd and 50 percent work is almost over. The Chinese company operating the zone has already completed a pilot project at Free Zone where a few Chinese and Pakistani companies have setup their warehouses.

    Now work has started at second phase for investors and all facilities have been provided.

    Gwadar Smart Port City Master Plan is at feasibility stage with 15 percent work. Expansion of Multi-purpose Terminal including Breakwater and Dredging is at feasibility stage. Gwadar Eastbay Expressway II (19km, connecting Eastbay Expressway I to New Gwadar International Airport) is also at feasibility stage. Fresh Water Supply, Wastewater Treatment Plants for Gwadar City is also at feasibility stage.

    Pakistan, China Friendship School has also been completed while Gwadar Pak-China Friendship Hospital is at feasibility study.

    Two Pak-China Friendship technical and vocational colleges are being constructed in Balochistan – one each in Gwadar and Quetta.

    With each passing day, the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is unleashing a new wonder for Pakistan. The latest aspect is how this game-changing initiative is helping Pakistan’s politically divided and estranged provinces come closer.

    Whether it is Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), Sindh, Balochistan, Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Gilgit Baltistan, Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) or the federal capital, all the federating units have got due share and have stakes in the projects related to the CPEC.

    All power plants have environmental safeguards and the Chinese companies have installed brand new coal fired power plants with supercritical technology to help prevent environmental hazards. Due to coal fired power plants, state of the art technology has been used

    According to experts and officials, CPEC is set to generate 700,000 job opportunities for Pakistani youth in the near future. CPEC projects have already generated 20,000 direct and 60,0000 indirect jobs under the ongoing CPEC projects.

    Almost all areas have been covered in the CPEC to ensure across country multi-sectoral development, the Chinese and Pakistani governments have been working day and night to help put Pakistan on road to progress and prosperity.

    Background interactions and interviews with the officials involved with the CPEC, it has come to the fore that the recently conducted 6thJoint Cooperation Committee (JCC) in Beijing has made some drastic decisions to help alleviate differences between the federating units of the country and the number of approved projects under the CPEC has been increased.

    It was for the first time that the chief ministers of the four provinces were invited at the JCC which urged the provincial governments to come up with their proposals for more projects to be added to the CPEC list.

    It seems that the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) government has taken full advantage of the Chinese offer. Chief Minister KP Pervez Khattak, once a strong critic of CPEC, has managed to add around 82 new projects with Chinese assistance. Though some of these projects are non-CPEC, yet their significance is relevant.

    Pervez Khattak, who recently took a 100-member delegation to Beijing for a road show, claims his government has signed Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) 82 schemes worth over Rs2.4 trillion with Chinese companies which will usher in an era of economic revolution for the province.

    According to Khattak, the KP government fully owns the CPEC now. The CM says that he had formed a steering committee with seven working groups looking over various areas. He said that after feasibility study, the KP would be able to complete these projects.

    Interestingly, none of the 82 newly agreed upon projects would require loans, adding that these projects would not become a burden on the KP government. According to details, four MoUs worth $60 million had been signed in agriculture, archaeology and culture sectors while eleven projects were signed worth $7,427.5 million in the energy and power sectors.

    KP chief minister says that 19 projects worth $393.7 million had been signed in the higher education sector while seven MoUs were signed in housing sector worth $3332 million. Likewise, he added, $5,704 million worth of 12 projects were signed in industrial sector while seven other MoUs worth $245.2 million had been signed in the information and technology sector.

    Two more MoUs were signed in the local government sector; three in mines and minerals; nine in road and infrastructure, and one each in urban development and transportation sectors. Besides, three projects had been signed for improving urban sanitation.

    Khatak says that Chinese companies were mainly concerned about the law and order situation in the province and about investment security. He said the government was able to convince the investors that the province’s security situation is now far better than the past and everyone can invest safely in the province without any concerns.

    The chief minister said that after signing the MoUs, the government was looking forward to materialise the projects. For this purpose, the chief minister said, the KP government would arrange a summit next July and investors from China will be invited.

    The recent JCC meeting also agreed to increase the number of early harvest projects from 16 to 39 which would be completed by year 2018.

    Under the program, nine economic zones would include Rashakai Economic Zone on M-1; Special Economic Zone Dhabeji; Bostan Industrial Zone; Punjab – China Economic Zone, M-2 District Sheikhupura; ICT Model Industrial Zone, Islamabad; Development of Industrial Park on Pakistan Steel Mills Land at Port Qasim near Karachi; Bhimber Industrial Zone; Mohmand Marble City; and Moqpondass SEZ Gilgit-Baltistan.

    The provincial governments also got approved some new projects including Keti Bunder Sea Port Development Project in Sindh; Naukundi-Mashkhel-Panjgur Road Project connecting with M-8 & N-85; Chitral CPEC link road from Gilgit, Shandor, Chitral to Chakdara; Mirpur – Muzaffarabad – Mansehra Road Construction for connectivity with CPEC route; Quetta Water Supply Scheme from Pat feeder Canal, Balochistan; and Iron Ore Mining, Processing & Steel Mills complex at Chiniot, Punjab.

    However, the federating units would require completing homework before the next JCC for approval of projects.

    The energy sector is the most thriving out of CPEC projects as eleven projects are in advance stage. Chinese strategists have planned a good mix to help meet the energy requirement. These projects are set to add 11,000 megawatts to the national grid by the year-end under the CPEC which would help the energy-starved country meet its energy requirement.

    Port Qasim Electric Coal Fired Project has two units of 660 megawatts and would generate 1320 megawatts with a cost of US$1,980 million. The project is in IPP mode and would be completed by year 2018. Sahiwal Coal-fired Power Plant would also generate 1320 megawatts by year end. It would cost US$ 1,600 million. The first unit of Sahiwal project would start producing power next month.

    Engro Coal-fired project is in Thar, Sindh. It is also 1320 megawatts project with estimated cost of US$ 2,000 million and would complete by 2019.

    Its surface mine in Block II of Thar would be using 6.5 metric ton per annum (mtpa) with a cost of US$ 1,470 million. HUBCO coal power plant would also generate 1320 megawatts, with estimated cost of US$ 970 million.

    Suki Kinari Hydropower Station KP would generate 870 megawatts with cost of US$1,802 million and awaits ground breaking. Karot Hydropower Station, AJK & Punjab would generate 720 megawatts with a cost of US$1,420 million. Karot has already achieved financial close and is in advance stage.

    Moreover, four wind farms are also being developed. Dawood Wind Farm at Bhambore, Sindh, would generate 50 megawatts with a cost of US$125 million. Sachal Wind Farm, Jhimpir, Sindh, would also generate 50MW with a cost of US$134.

    The UEP Wind Farm at Jhimpir, Sindh, would generate 100MW with a cost of US$250 million. Pakistan Wind Farm would also generate 100 MW (Jhimpir, Thatta, Sindh) with a cost of US$150 megawatts.

    Another major breakthrough is the agreement for feasibility study of the centuries-old railways track of Pakistan from Peshawar to Karachi. The track needs rehabilitation as it has different systems and various speed limits. For instance, the track from Lahore to Khanewal has electricity support system which can help trains run on 160 kilometers per hour. However, from Rawalpindi to Lahore the train can run at 80 kilometers per hour while rest of the track only allows 50 kilometers per hour travel.

    Now the Chinese engineers would conduct feasibility study to allow 180 kilometers travel from Karachi to Peshawar.

    All power plants have environmental safeguards and the Chinese companies have installed brand new coal fired power plants with supercritical technology to help prevent environmental hazards. Due to coal fired power plants, state of the art technology has been used. Only Gwadar power plant is 300 megawatts which has sub critical technology while all other plants have supercritical technology.

    Security is another aspect Pakistan has laid focus on. 15,000 troops have been placed under the Strategic Security Division (SSD) installed for CPEC security by the federal government and the army. The division is being led by Major-General Abid Rafique. Provincial governments are also boosting their own security squads and Punjab has recruited 5000 personnel, KP government has dedicated 4000 personnel and Sindh has placed 4000 security officials for the CPEC security.

    One may conclude that CPEC has taken off well before time and all projects are not only in advance stage but also would help transform Pakistan into a new investor-friendly hub of the region.

    https://www.pakistantoday.com.pk/2017/04/30/dovetailing-pakistan-through-cpec/

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  4. CPEC #BeltandRoad
    #Pakistan has been working to provide security to projects at the port of #Gwadar, a focal point of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) that both countries hope can be protected from potentially hostile foreign forces in the region.

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  5. Change of Name in Gwadar (Industrial & Residential) till date 27-04-2017

    Following is the list of societies who has change their names till date.

    Old Name: Kaamyab City
    New Name: Gwadar Central

    Old Name: Pearl Builder
    New Name: The Gwadar Lagoon

    Old Name: Al-Shams Builder & Developer
    New Name: Al-Shams City Gwadar

    Old Name: Desmount Residency – Chatti Shumali
    New Name: Kings Park Gwadar – Ankara Shamali (location also changed)

    Old Name: Marzia City/King City
    New Name: Crown City Phase II

    Old Name: Gold Reaf City
    New Name: Palm City Gwadar

    Old Name: Free Zone City
    New Name: Indus Free Zone

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  6. Muhammad Ali

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    How much land will be acquired by Federal Gov. in Ganz, any proposed land confirmation yet… ?
    i heard the beach front will be taken by the GOV. from Khasra 1 to 5?

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  7. Correction of mispronounced words and meanings in Gwadar by Deputy Commissioner Tufail Baloch

    The Deputy Commissioner Gwadar pleased to notify that the following words (which are generally being mispronounced and incorrectly written) may correctly pronounced and written as per given correction.

    Correction of mispronounced words and meanings in Gwadar by Deputy Commissioner Tufail Baloch

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  8. Laying of Railway Line Track for Gwadar to Mustang

    Laying of track from Gwadar-Talar Pass-Turbat Hoshab-Panjgur Besima-Surab-Mastung (901 KM) and Jacobabad-Besima (300 KM)

    Laying of Railway Line Track for Gwadar to Mustang

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  9. Gwadar made winter capital of Balochistan

    QUETTA: Balochistan Chief Minister Nawab Sanaullah Khan Zehri on Wednesday announced plans to restore the status of Gwadar as winter capital and directed all provincial departments to establish their offices there.

    He made this announcement while presiding over the 16th meeting of Gwadar Development Authority’s (GDA) governing body. The meeting was reviewed by Gwadar Development Authority’s administrative and other affairs.

    Gwadar airport to be completed in Oct

    Approving provision of land for setting up the 300MW power plant project in Gwadar, it was decided that GDA would also recommend the company for partnership in profit.

    It was also decided that the secretariat for the winter capital would be established in District Provincial Complex where offices of all provincial departments would be moved.

    The chief minister said that the time had come for the early completion of development projects.

    Published in The Express Tribune, February 23rd, 2017.

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  10. Land Acquisition as per Master Development Plan of Gwadar Port Authority

    Director Planning & Development Mr. Naveed Ahmed issued a circular addressing Deputy Commissioner Gwadar for the land acquisition as per Master Development Plan of Gwadar Port Authority under section-4 Land Acquisition Act for the following locations in Gwadar:

    Mullah Band Ward: 231 Acre
    DhorGhati: 602 Acre
    Mouza WashinDhor & Shinkani Dar: 6474 Acre
    Mouza Surbandar, Gurandani, Darbela, Karwat, & Kappar excluding land of GIEDA and Gwadar EPZ: 12355

    Total area: 19662

    Land Acquisition as per Master Development Plan of Gwadar Port Authority

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    • Ijazul Haq

      on   said 

      Dear Mr. Atif Iqbal;
      I am an overseas Pakistani, I want investment in Gwadar. But before I want to visit the sites in August 2017. How can your team help us there. Is it safe to travel Gwadar and stay there ?

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      • Dear Ijaz ul Haq Bhai,

        Travel to Gwadar and stay there is safe now. Pak Army is doing day and night efforts to make it safe and Alhamdolillah now you can travel to Gwadar with piece of mind. Yes we have team there and can manage sits visit for you.

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  11. There are few residential projects in Gwadar which are reliable for investment, one of them is Balochistan Employees Cooperative Housing Society. It is a local Govt. scheme. Just few yards away from sea and facing Marine drive, there are limited number of plots available in this scheme. It is a secure investment.

    There are following categories of plots in Balochistan Employees Cooperative Housing Scheme:

    Residential Plots
    200,400,600 Sq yards

    Commercial Plots
    400,1000 sq yards

    Price range in Balochistan Employees Cooperative Housing Scheme is as under:

    Residential Plots
    200 Sq Yard Price is 17 Lacs
    400 Sq Yard Price is 27 Lacs
    600 Sq Yard Not Available

    Commercial Plots
    400 Sq Yard Price is 48 Lacs (between Punjgoor and Padizar Main Road)

    1000 Sq Yard commercial Price is Rs.170 Lacs (between Marine drive and Padizar Road)

    Transfer charges are Rs. 75 Per Sq for Residential Plots

    Development charges arw Rs. 300 Per Sq yard for Residential Plots

    Transfer charges are Rs. 150 Per Sq for Commercial Plots

    Development charges arw Rs. 400 Per Sq yard for Commercial Plots

    If you have any inquiry please feel free to contact us.

    Muhammad Adnan
    +923222256733

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  12. Wahid Imran

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    Atif bhai,can u advice about Canadian city project , is it suitable for investment and how this far from the port and sea?

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    • Dear Wahid Imran Bhai,

      Canadian City Gwadar is an old project in Gwadar like others. They have previously booked plots and still no development is there. As per past track record only New World City is the project which have some developments on ground previously. Canadian City location is good. Four main avenue (Dasht Avenue, Kach Avenue, Ankara Avenue and Mand Avenue) go through Canadian City Gwadar. You can see the Mand Avenue on Google Map. It is 2nd last Avenue before last Avenue (Kahan Avenue). These are developed Avenues. Other wise these Avenues are after each kilometer as per current master plan of GDA.

      It is almost 17 KM from Governor House at Marine Drive.

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  13. Fahad

    on   said 

    Dear expert,

    I am an overseas pakistani, i would like to invest in gwadar.

    I am interested in buying on installment, which project do you think i should go for?

    Regards
    Fahad

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  14. GDA imposed ban on NOCs in Gwadar

    Gwadar Development Authority imposed complete ban on issuing of Development & Sales NOCs for Housing, Commercial and Industrial Projects, Commercial & Residential Building as well as on Land Development permits in Gwadar for a period of next 6 month.

    Further more all Government / Semi Government Agencies, Autonomous Bodies working in the jurisdiction of Gwadar Tehsil are required to obtain NOC from the Authority to carry out any planning / development activity to ensure integrated development conformity in accordance with Gwadar Master Plan.

    GDA ban on NOCs in Gwadar 23-12-2016

    GDA General Public Alert 23-12-2016

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  15. Green Palm Gwadar location shown by Rafi Group

    Green Palm Gwadar location shown by Rafi Group

    Green Palm is located in Mouza Marjani where 1 Acre with Coastal front price is 7 to 10 lacs per Acre and 1 Acre without Coastal front inside rate is 4 lacs per Acre. Green Palm has no access / front from Coastal Highway.

    Marjani Per Acre without Coastal Front 400,000 / 8 Kanal = 50,000 per Kanal
    50,000 / 20 = 2500 per Marla
    2500 x 5 = 12500 cost of land for 5 Marla plot

    Rafi Group is booking 5 Marla plot at 4 lacs. Asking for down payment of 80,000. It mean you are going to pay the cost of land (current market price) 12,500 plus 5.4 times more approx just in down payment.

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    • Junaid

      on   said 

      Dear Atif,

      Do you have confirm information that Green Palms don’t have coastal front or you’re just opposing because you don’t get opportunity for booking as an agent ? please share confirm news. You’re supporting open land in gwadar but tell me as an overseas Pakistani how can we manage this land ? Also can you give guarantee that their will be no qabza in open land ???

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      • Dear Junaid Bhai,

        I am not opposing Green Palm even though I have explained that Rafi Group is a known developer. My analysis are on the basis of Money vs. Value. Green Palm is located at Mouza Mouzani where 1 Acre land price is 5 lacs per Acre today. Obviously Green Palm in not going to allot you a 5 Marla plot on Main Coastal High Way. It will be definite inside. Also I want to share that in market people says that Green Palm has only few Acres land in Mouza Mouzani rest of land is located in Gamaro. I never quoted this before but it is what market says. 1 Acre land price is 2 lacs to 2.20 lacs in Mouza Gamaro.

        If you look at map of Green Palm location shared by Rafi Group official website, you can notice that they did not show the location on Main Coastal Highway. As per Gwadar Master plan each box is of 1 Kilometer by 1 Kilometer. Their shown location a bit away from Main Coastal Highway. I am not assuming it from my self. This location is marked by their selves on their official website.

        However still if you need any further information regarding Green Palm or any other private society in Gwadar, we have already shared GDA official Contact numbers and also their Information Desk / Complaint Registration Cell number for visitors convenience. If you found any error in my information please also update us here, so other visitors can also get benefit of up to date information about Green Palm.

        No one can give Guarantee for Qabza in Karachi & Lahore then how it is possible to give Guarantee for Gwadar. But does it mean that people are not selling and buying open land in Lahore & Karachi. Also in Gwadar there are no Qabza Group activity reported in General. May be there are few cases. But still I can Guarantee you that it is much much safer in Gwadar to buy open land then in Lahore and Karachi. If any case arises between two parties in is 99% solved in any way. But it is really hard to see any disputes in parties due to Qabza Group. Also you need to apply for Wall NOC to GDA to get secure your land but still after doing all this it your responsibility to take care of your open land. GDA offer GPS demarcation of the site and give you NOC letter with GPS Coordinates to make sure that in future no other one can apply the NOC for the same place. Also registry is another way to secure your land. Also definitely Rafi Group management never has inherited land in Gwadar, they also purchased an open land from the market.

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  16. Rajab

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    Atif bhai, Please advise the Green palm by rafi group, do you recommend for buying. currently there NOC is conditionally restored. Please advise.

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    • Dear Rajab Bhai,

      Greem Plam is located in Mouza Marjani where this Mouza ends. It is almost 40 KM from City. Current rate in Mouza Marjani is 7 to 10 lacs per acre with coastal front on average. Where as Rafi Group sold only 5 Marla @ 4 lacs only with development charges. Now you can imagine that Acre price is 7 to 8 with coastal front. I have 11 acre with 1 acre coastal front @ 9 lacs. Where without front inside Mouza Marjani rate is 4 to 4.5 lacs per acre. Now you can easy analyze what you are buying at what cost and where it is located.

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        • Dear Rajab Bhai,

          You are most welcome. We have already going to setup an office in Gwadar. Location of our office will be announced soon in Gwadar. I am in Gwadar at the moment. I was live from Marine Drive Gwadar today. For all CPEC updated stay connected with fb.com/eProperty.pk

        • Rajab

          on   said 

          Atif bhai, Are you handling green palm and have you visited this location, what are the ground realities.

      • Assad Mir

        on   said 

        Atif Sb but noc for green plam is restored, dont you think it is positive point where as other societies nocs are expired. plz comment

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        • Dear Assad Bhai,

          NOC Expired does not mean that project is cancelled & NOC restored conditionally does not mean that project is fully restored. All NOC will be restore conditionally one by one who ever will contact GDA and meet the basic requirements as per current policy. So societies whos NOCs are active these are temporary active, none of the society’s NOC fully restored. All are conditionally restored. If they will not do the development work as per required by GDA within the specific time decide by the GDA their NOC will cancelled again.

          NOC is conditionally restored by GDA for following projects as under:

          RESIDENTIAL SCHEME

          New World City
          Green Palm
          Platinum City
          Ocean City Gwadar
          Bin Qasim City, Gwadar
          Canadian City
          Jamal City
          Platinum Sea View
          China Village Gwadar
          Sun Silver City
          Indus City Gwadar
          Miami Villas
          Al-Ghani Housing Scheme

          INDUSTRIAL SCHEME

          None

          COMMERCIAL SCHEME

          Finance Trade and Business Avenue

          RECREATIONAL SCHEME

          None

          BUILDINGS N.O.C

          None

          You find these details at: http://gda.gov.pk/pages/gdaoffers.html

  17. AA , Atif bhai you mentioned rates for Darbela shumali as 4 to 7 lacs. Will you elaborate this plz . How we can judge the exact price of land between 4 to 7 lacs. Thanks for your sincere services.

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    • Dear Wahab Uddin Bhai,

      Prices vary as per location in Darbela Shumali. These prices are for acre without road fronts. Locations which are closer to Darbela Janubi are at higher sides and location which are closer to Tunk are at lower sides.

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  18. Gwadar Developments Update

    As upcoming events in Gwadar will create a positive sentiments for Local and Overseas Investors..

    Upcoming Events:
    ● More Chinese ships arrival
    ● New Airport & Free Zone Ground Breaking by PM with top Chinese Officials..
    ● Cantonment & Cadet Collage Ground Breaking by Army Chief..
    ● Opening event of M-8 Gwadar-#Quetta road which is completed
    ● 100 Cargo Trucks By-Road arrival on Gwadar Port from #China

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  19. Gwadar Open Land (Mouza) Rates per Acre 07 November, 2016

    Dhore Ghatti Gwadar Jinnah Avenue Front 300 to 400 lacs
    Dhore Ghatti Gwadar GDA Roads Front 70 to 90 lacs
    Dhore Ghatti Gwadar Inside 35 to 50 lacs

    Washin Dhor Gwadar Jinnah Avenue Front 25 to 30 lacs
    Washin Dhor Gwadar Baluchistan Broadway Front 12 to 20 lacs
    Washin Dhor Gwadar GDA Roads Front 12 to 20 lacs

    Chib Kalmati Gwadar Jinnah Avenue Front 25 to 60 lacs
    Chib Kalmati Gwadar Coastal Front 25 to 30 lacs
    Chib Kalmati Gwadar Inside 10 to 15 lacs

    Ankara Janubi Gwadar Marine Front 300 to 500 lacs
    Ankara Janubi Gwadar Sarawan Avenue Front 90 to 120 lacs
    Ankara Janubi Gwadar GDA Roads Front 50 to 70 lacs
    Ankara Janubi Gwadar Inside 25 to 35 lacs

    Ankara Shumali Gwadar Baluchistan Broadway Front 35 to 50 lacs
    Ankara Shumali Gwadar Coastal Front 20 to 30 lacs
    Ankara Shumali Gwadar Inside 12 to 15 lacs

    Kia Kalat Gwadar Inside 3 to 4 lacs

    Nigor Sharif Gwadar Dam Road Front 7 to 10 lacs

    Marjani Gwadar Coastal Front 7 to 10 lacs
    Marjani Gwadar Inside 4 to 4.5 lacs

    Chatti Janubi Gwadar Marine Drive Front 35 to 50 lacs
    Chatti Janubi Gwadar Inside 4 to 5 lacs

    Chatti Shumali Gwadar Coastal Front 7 to 8 lacs
    Chatti Shumali Gwadar Inside 4 to 5 lacs

    Shabi Gwadar Marine Drive Front 25 to 30 lacs
    Shabi Gwadar Inside 8 to 12 lacs

    Pishukan Gwadar Sea Front 10 to 15 lacs
    Pishukan Gwadar Sea Front 5 to 6 lacs

    Karwat Gwadar Coastal Front 8 to 10 lacs
    Karwat Gwadar Inside 8 to 10 lacs

    Darbela Janubi Gwadar Coastal Front 18 to 25 lacs
    Darbela Janubi Gwadar Inside 8 to 12 lacs

    Darbela Shumali Gwadar Inside 4 to 7 lacs

    Surbandar Gwadar Coastal Front 40 to 50 lacs
    Surbandar Gwadar Inside 15 to 25 lacs

    Shinkani Dar Gwadar Coastal Front 50 to 70 lacs
    Shinkani Dar Gwadar Inside 12 to 15 lacs

    Washin Dhor Gwadar Coastal Front 25 to 30
    Washin Dhor Gwadar Inside 12 to 20 lacs

    Jorkan Gwadar Inside 4 to 5 lacs

    Ziarat Machi Sharqi Gwadar Oman Grant Road Front 10 to 15 lacs
    Ziarat Machi Sharqi Gwadar Inside 5 to 6 lacs
    Ziarat Machi Gharbi Gwadar Inside 4 to 5 lacs

    Chib Rikani Gwadar Inside 2.50 to 3 lacs

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  20. Omair

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    Dear Atif Iqbal,

    Do you know of any reliable agent for this. Because I’m interested in buying open land. How long does the process take?

    Omair

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  21. East-Bay Express Way Gwadar

    The East Bay Express way is 19 KM long controlled access road. The East Bay express way will connect the Gwadar International Container terminal with the Gwadar Free Zone, bypassing the Gwadar city. The East Bay Expressway eventually links the Makran coastal highway to Gwadar international Container Terminal. The Project is being constructed by the Gwadar Port Authority (GPA). The Express Way shall facilitate economic activities at the Gwadar international terminal as it provides immediate and uninterrupted connectivity with the hinterland.

    East-Bay Express Way Gwadar

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  22. New Gwadar International Airport (NGIA)

    The new Gwadar international airport (NGIA) will be developed as a green field airport for wide body aircraft operations. It will be the biggest airport of Pakistan, located approximately 26 km East of Gwadar. For New Gwadar International Airport (NGIA), 4300 Acres of land is acquired by Civil Aviation Authority (CAA). The project will be operational within three years. The New Gwadar International Airport (NGIA) will be a milestone regarding aviation infrastructure development in Pakistan. The planning of new Gwadar international airport has been carried out according to the parameters stipulated by CAA and is based on the standards of the international civil Aviation organization (ICAO) and Pakistan’s National Airfield Clearance Policy (NACP). References have also been made to the standards/advisory circulars of US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and International Air Transport Association (IATA).

    New Gwadar International Airport (NGIA)

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  23. Gwadar Open Land (Mouza) Rates per Acre 01 November, 2016

    Dhore Ghatti Gwadar Jinnah Avenue Front 300 to 400 lacs
    Dhore Ghatti Gwadar GDA Roads Front 70 to 90 lacs
    Dhore Ghatti Gwadar Inside 35 to 50 lacs

    Washin Dhor Gwadar Jinnah Avenue Front 25 to 30 lacs
    Washin Dhor Gwadar Baluchistan Broadway Front 12 to 20 lacs
    Washin Dhor Gwadar GDA Roads Front 12 to 20 lacs

    Chib Kalmati Gwadar Jinnah Avenue Front 25 to 60 lacs
    Chib Kalmati Gwadar Coastal Front 25 to 30 lacs
    Chib Kalmati Gwadar Inside 10 to 15 lacs

    Ankara Janubi Gwadar Marine Front 300 to 500 lacs
    Ankara Janubi Gwadar Sarawan Avenue Front 90 to 120 lacs
    Ankara Janubi Gwadar GDA Roads Front 50 to 70 lacs
    Ankara Janubi Gwadar Inside 25 to 35 lacs

    Ankara Shumali Gwadar Baluchistan Broadway Front 35 to 50 lacs
    Ankara Shumali Gwadar Coastal Front 20 to 30 lacs
    Ankara Shumali Gwadar Inside 12 to 15 lacs

    Kia Kalat Gwadar Inside 3 to 4 lacs

    Nigor Sharif Gwadar Dam Road Front 7 to 10 lacs

    Marjani Gwadar Coastal Front 7 to 10 lacs
    Marjani Gwadar Inside 4 to 4.5 lacs

    Chatti Janubi Gwadar Marine Drive Front 35 to 50 lacs
    Chatti Janubi Gwadar Inside 4 to 5 lacs

    Chatti Shumali Gwadar Coastal Front 7 to 8 lacs
    Chatti Shumali Gwadar Inside 4 to 5 lacs

    Shabi Gwadar Marine Drive Front 25 to 30 lacs
    Shabi Gwadar Inside 8 to 12 lacs

    Pishukan Gwadar Sea Front 10 to 15 lacs
    Pishukan Gwadar Sea Front 5 to 6 lacs

    Karwat Gwadar Coastal Front 8 to 10 lacs
    Karwat Gwadar Inside 8 to 10 lacs

    Darbela Janubi Gwadar Coastal Front 18 to 25 lacs
    Darbela Janubi Gwadar Inside 8 to 12 lacs

    Darbela Shumali Gwadar Inside 4 to 7 lacs

    Surbandar Gwadar Coastal Front 40 to 50 lacs
    Surbandar Gwadar Inside 15 to 25 lacs

    Shinkani Dar Gwadar Coastal Front 50 to 70 lacs
    Shinkani Dar Gwadar Inside 12 to 15 lacs

    Washin Dhor Gwadar Coastal Front 25 to 30
    Washin Dhor Gwadar Inside 12 to 20 lacs

    Jorkan Gwadar Inside 4 to 5 lacs

    Ziarat Machi Sharqi Gwadar Oman Grant Road Front 10 to 15 lacs
    Ziarat Machi Sharqi Gwadar Inside 5 to 6 lacs
    Ziarat Machi Gharbi Gwadar Inside 4 to 5 lacs

    Chib Rikani Gwadar Inside 2.50 to 3 lacs

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  24. Jameel Shah

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    Atif bhai I really appreciate your efforts for highlighting Pakistan and specially Gwadar, you don’t know what a wonderful work you are doing. Atif bhai I am very much interested to buy land in Gwadar. I need to understand the buying process of open land buying. Can you please step by step explain it?

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    • Dear Jameel Bhai,

      Thank you for your valued comments and appreciation, I always focus to promote Pakistan with positive image. My work is my passion. Jameel bhai as usuall in other deals steps are same:

      • Select your desire location
      • Do market research for Rates
      • Finally select a location
      • Contact a reliable Agent
      • Settle the price and other terms & conditions
      • Give token money and get papers from seller
      • Verify it from relevant authority (in case of open land verify it from Patwari)
      • Get demarcation of the area by Patwari (do not make Biyana before Patwari Demarcation)
      • After verification & demarcation do Biyana (25% to 30%) with comprehensive terms and conditions
      • (Most Important) In Terms & Conditions must write for Wall NOC on the name of current seller by GDA (dont buy any thing without Wall NOC. 99% sellers will say you that get transfer on your name and then apply for Wall NOC on your name. You still need to force him to get Wall NOC on his name, if he is real owner he should not shy for applying Wall NOC. Dealers will also convince you to get transfer first then apply Wall NOC on your name, but do not accept any deal with out Wall NOC condition. In Terms & Conditions write this condition that final payment will be given after Wall NOC, if payment is due and Wall NOC is not ready. Final payment will not be made until Wall NOC.)
      • One Seller get Wall NOC from GDA, get papers ready for transfer, get transfer on your name make the balance payment and apply for Wall NOC on your Name. Mean while get prepare your self for Boundary Wall

      This is the best possible safe & secure procedure for buying open land in Gwadar as per my knowledge. Also if Land is in common ownership mean there are more then one owner then you must ask for Tatima (which literally translates into Division of Plots, is a kind of mutation deed. Tatima Shajra is a map prepared after division of plots, showing separate plots. All owners must be present at the time of Tatima and must signed Tatima by all owners that they are agree for this division. Usually what Patwaris do they made Tatima in adsence of other owners. Such Tatima usually is not acceptable by other owners. Because it was made with their approval) that which part of land he is selling you.

      Still I will request you to get opinion from some other experts before making any selling or buying decision.

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  25. HISTORY OF GWADAR

    In 1783, Oman’s Saiad Sultan took refuge in ZIK from where he went and sought asylum from Shah Nasir of Kalat, who doled him Gwadar out for sustenance until he usurped the Sultanate of Muscat in 1797 from his brother Saiad Said.
    From 1863 to 1879 Gwadar was the headquarters of a British Assistant Political Agent.

    Gwadar was a fortnightly port of call for the British India Steamship Navigation Company’s steamers and contained a combined Post & Telegraph Office.

    Sultan was the sovereign of Gwadar until 1955 when negotiations were held during the period of Ghulam Mohammad. A British adjudicator with Ch. Mohammad Ali representing Pakistani side, decided that Pakistan shall pay Rs. 55 crore, which were paid. Sultan Qaboos wanted that the same amount be returned to Pakistan for getting Gwadar back. The Agreement had two important clauses: (1) All Balochistan would form catchment for Omani forces. Resultantly, Balochees constituted a major part of Omani forces, and (2) Resources of Gwadar would be further developed.

    In 1955, Makran acceded to Pakistan and was made a district – Gwadar then, was not included in Makran. In 1958, Gwadar and its surrounding areas were reverted by Maskat to Pakistan. It was given the status of a Tahsil of Makran district. On July 01, 1977, Makran District was upgraded into a division and was divided into three districts of Turbat (now Kech since 1994-95), Panjgur and Gwadar.

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