In response to the urbanization challenges in Islamabad, the Capital Development Authority (CDA) has taken proactive steps by inaugurating a new department named the ‘Directorate of Regulation, Re-planning, and Regeneration‘.

This initiative aims to address issues stemming from rapid urbanization and the proliferation of private housing societies in the capital city. This development, sourced from an article published on March 27th, underscores the CDA’s commitment to managing urban expansion more effectively and sustainably in the capital city.

Under the supervision of the Member Planning and Development, this Directorate will play a crucial role in streamlining the development process of private societies.

Additionally, the CDA has approved the appointment of a Planning Officer for grade 19 to enhance its operations, aligning with recommendations from the Senate Standing Committee on Law and Justice. These initiatives reflect the CDA’s proactive approach to addressing urban complexities and underline its commitment to achieving balanced and sustainable development in Islamabad.