The Defence Housing Authority (DHA), in collaboration with the Bahria Town and Habib Rafique Limited (HRL), has launched a low-cost housing project ‘DHA Valley and DHA Valley Overseas Block’.

Balloting for the project was held at the DHA Valley Expressway Phase II Extension here on Monday. Addressing the gathering on the occasion, DHA Administrator Brigadier ® Javed Iqbal said that the project is designed for low-income people. “We are determined to complete the project in time,” he said. He stated that the project would have all basic facilities of life like schools, parks and shopping centres.

Bahria Town Chairman Malik Riaz said that they have taken care of the public. “An ordinary person can only dream to have luxuries of life, but we made it possible in the DHA Valley. We have taken care of the salaried class and they will be having all world-class residential facilities in the project. In this phase, we have developed 5- and 8-marla plots. More than 90,000 people, both in Pakistan and overseas, have got themselves registered with us through this project,” he said.

Malik Riaz assured the allottees that the project would be completed well before its timeframe. The chief engineer of the project said that the scheme would be a world-class residential experience. He said that an American firm — OJMR-Los Angeles — has designed the project. The DHA has constructed an expressway to join the project with Islamabad Highway, he added. He said that parks, golf courses and green areas would be developed in the project. The housing scheme will be completed in three-and-a-half years

Source: The News