RDA will protect citizen’s investments by reviewing housing societies
In an effort to protect citizen’s investments and encourage ethical real estate practices, the Rawalpindi Development Authority (RDA) took this initiative that aimed to review the list of legal and illegal housing societies. Since many housing societies are not practically on the land, the decision was made in order to protect the money of ordinary people who have or want to invest in private housing projects, the civic body would include revenue, local government, district council, and other departments.
Metropolitan & Traffic Engineering (MP&TE) Director Shahzad Haider of the Rawalpindi Development Authority (RDA) told that they have agreed to study the legal and illegal lists of all private housing schemes to provide the public with maximum relief. But all departments, particularly the revenue department, the local government department, the district council department, and others, need to be included in the process. There are a total of 300 private housing schemes within the jurisdiction of the Rawalpindi Development Authority (RDA), according to the RDA. However, only 49 organisations are legal, while about 251 are illegal. The Rawalpindi Development Authority (RDA) was established in 1989, but was properly operational in 1991. Until 1989, hundreds of private housing associations were set up.