The Parks and Horticulture Authority (PHA) Rawalpindi is actively engaged in initiatives to enhance Rawalpindi’z beauty, focusing on renovating city parks and extensive tree plantation, according to a PHA spokesperson.
Initiative to Enhance Rawalpindi’s Beauty
As part of a dedicated project, the renovation of ‘Al-Aqsa’ Park is well underway, with the PHA aiming to create vibrant, green spaces for the community. The spokesperson highlighted the authority’s commitment to transforming urban landscapes, ensuring that public parks are not only visually appealing but also provide a serene environment for citizens.
The spokesperson emphasized the significance of the ongoing tree plantation efforts, stating that the PHA is actively planting saplings to enrich the greenery of the city. This eco-friendly endeavor aligns with broader environmental goals, contributing to the improvement of air quality and overall urban well-being.
Under the directives of the Director General, the PHA Rawalpindi has intensified its efforts in the cultivation of plants and seedlings in its nursery. This strategic move is geared towards ensuring a sustainable supply of greenery for various beautification projects across the city.
In addition to beautification, the spokesperson highlighted the PHA’s commitment to providing top-notch recreational and tourism facilities to the citizens. Special measures have been implemented to enhance the overall experience for park-goers, promoting a healthy lifestyle and community engagement.
To facilitate these goals, ornamental plants and saplings are being strategically planted in various city parks, enhancing the visual allure and recreational potential of these public spaces. The spokesperson assured that these efforts are part of a comprehensive plan to elevate the city’s image and create more enjoyable outdoor spaces for residents.
Anticipating the completion of the beautification and cleanliness work at Al-Aqsa Park in the near future, the spokesperson concluded by expressing the PHA’s dedication to fostering a greener, more attractive urban environment for the well-being and enjoyment of Rawalpindi’s residents.