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CDA Allocates 30 Acres for Establishment of Danish School in Islamabad

Islamabad: The Capital Development Authority (CDA) has allocated 30 acres of land in the Jagiot area of Islamabad for the establishment of a Danish School. This significant decision aims to bolster educational infrastructure in the federal capital.

Capital Development Authority (CDA)

The CDA Board approved the allocation to the Federal Ministry of Education and the Federal Directorate of Education during a recent meeting. The Member Planning presented the summary, which received unanimous approval.

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The board’s decision requires the CDA Planning Wing to integrate the designated land into Islamabad’s layout plan. Following the CDA’s estate regulations, the land will be handed over to the Federal Ministry of Education. Additionally, the Building Control Section will review and approve the building plan based on existing regulations. The CDA Finance Wing will assess the land’s cost, and after payment and completion of legal formalities, the land will be officially transferred to the Ministry of Education.

This initiative aligns with Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif’s directive to establish a Danish School in Islamabad. The Ministry of Education had initially requested 50 acres for the project, but the CDA has currently allocated 30 acres.