Bahria Enclave Islamabad
Bahria Enclave Islamabad is a housing scheme launched by Bahria Town in July 2011. It is located approximately 8 km (15 minutes) drive from Chak Shahzad, the Park Road & the Kuri Road with access from Kashmir Highway, Lehtrar Road & Islamabad Highway.
On January 31, 2012, Capital Development Authority approved the plan for development of Jinnah Avenue in Zone-IV. The construction project of four-lane road would link main Kuri Road to Kuri Model Village and is awarded to Bahria Town. Bahria Enclave Islamabad contains 15 sectors and there subsectors as named as English alphabetic. A-B-C and it goes till sector P, Sector P was launched in October 2015.Sectors contain 5,8,10 Marla, 1 Kanal and 2 Kanal Residential plots and 4,5,8 Marla commercial plots.
Bahria Enclave Phase-I
- Located at Mouza Malot Zone-IV, the project covers 836 kanals of land with 589 residential plots.
- The layout plan was approved by Capital Development Authority on 16-07-2011.
Bahria Enclave Phase-II
- Located at Mouza Phulgraan Zone-IV, the project covers 1180 Kanals of land with 362 residential plots.
- The layout plan was approved by Capital Development Authority on 01-10-2011.
Bahria Enclave Phase-II Agro Farming Scheme
- Located at Mouza Sakrila & Bhobri Zone-IV, the project covers 2047 Kanals of land with 217 residential plots.
- The layout plan was approved by Capital Development Authority on 03-11-2011.
- NOC is just recently issued.
Bahria Enclave in News
- ISLAMABAD, Jul 11, 2011: Consumer body advises caution in investing in CDA and Bahria housing enclaves;
- "The investor/ consumer has right to know if Bahria has NOC from CDA which is mandatory for the housing scheme and if CDA has the possession of this land."
- "Both schemes need to be analyzed in the light of the law of Competition Commission of Pakistan which prohibits the deceptive marketing practices by distribution false or misleading information to consumers."
- "Both schemes are located in environment sensitive catchment area of the Rawal lake. The consumer needs to know if the environmental impact assessment (EIA) of both the schemes is conducted."
There is a huge concern in general public against recent housing schemes and absence of laws to protect the public.
- The developer should not be able to initiate a project without having a NOC from the local authority, in this case CDA.
- The national body should regulate the housing schemes and set necessary standards for development.
- The national body should ensure protection of the investment in case the developer fails to deliver the project.
- Investors should be able to claim compensation if the developer fails to deliver the project within a given timeframe.
- The developer should ensure necessary community areas within the development e.g. bus stop, taxi stops, ambulance station, fire station, police station, hospital, schools, clinics, parks, graveyards, mosques, sports grounds, etc.
- The national body should ensure access to all the utilities, like gas, electricity and water to each scheme to ensure timely development.
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- "Consumer body advises caution in investing in CDA and Bahria housing enclaves". The Nation. 11 July 2011. Retrieved 17 December 2015.