Gul Ahmed Textile Mills Limited

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Table of Contents
Introduction2
CDA3
Saidpur 4
History7
Architectural Objectives & Scope10
Committee Members12
Official & private Members13
Civil works & E&M Members14
Lay out Plan & Breakdown of project15
Layout plan16
Breakdown17
Zone I17
Zone II18
Zone III………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..18

Statistics & Financial Review20
Brief Statistics21
Financial review21
Cost report22
MS Project work23
Benefits & Issues31
Benefits32
Local Community Issues33
Administrative Requirements35 Conclusion, Suggestions & Future Prospects36
References…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...............39

Introduction

Capital Development Authority (CDA)

The Capital Development Authority (CDA) came into existence on June 14, 1960, first by an executive order issued on June 24, 1960 entitled the Pakistan Capital Regulation, which was then superseded by the CDA ordinance issued on June 27, 1960. The CDA Ordinance constituted the Authority, laid down its charter and defined its power, duties, functions and responsibilities. Initially the administration of the Authority and its functions were handed responsibility to a board consisting of three members: the Chairman, Financial Advisor and one other Member with the commissioner Rawalpindi acting as an ex-officio Member. With time, experience and added responsibilities, the CDA board is now composed of the Chairman and Members of Planning, Finance, Administration, Estate, Environment and Engineering. Each member is in charge of various directorates comprising highly qualified, experienced and capable professionals in various fields and disciplines. A city grows exponentially. It burgeons, develops character, branches, expands and intensifies. The people of the city, the population of the city swells and grows. With growth, the city's residents expect. They expect housing, shelter, education, health, recreation. They expect to be provided with the best infrastructure possible. Responding and fulfilling those expectations is the job of the CDA. The people of Islamabad have always enjoyed the best standards of living; lush greenery, temperate weather, plentiful rain and beautiful terrain. It is a matter of pride for us to be responsible in great part for the legacy, the now and the next for Islamabad. Several across-the-board improvements have been put into motion for the city; development, building, self-improvement, infrastructure rehabilitation and expansion.

CDA undertakes three types of projects:

• Self financing- CDA uses its own money.

• PSDP- Gov provides funding.

• Deposit work- Different departments provides funding to utilize the expertise of CDA for completion of their own projects.

Saidpur model village is self finance project of CDA in which CDA use its own money. Allocation of funds is from June to June every year. First installment was approver in the budget of 2006-2007 amounted 255 M. the other three installments were amounted 100M, 50M & 20 M.

Introduction

People often describe Islamabad as a city without a soul. Actually, Islamabad’s soul is not to be found in the city itself, but on the fringes of the city. One such village is Saidpur, situated just off the Margalla Road, hardly a 5 five minutes drive from the upscale neighborhoods of Islamabad.

Saidpur is a very old village — 4 or 5 hundred years old — with a history and heritage and, of course, its own myths and folklore.

It is nestled in the Margalla hills overlooking Islamabad. Built along the slope of the hills, and gradually creeping upwards, the village presents a picturesque view, particularly in the soft light of morning or afternoon sun.

A newly built adobe...
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