islamabad - Work on landscaping, tree plantation and demarcation of streets has been expedited in the Park Enclave Housing Project.

According to officials of Capital Development Authority (CDA), the construction activities are in full swing, as work on different connecting roads and internal roads of the project is being given a finishing touch.

The CDA has directed the contractor to deploy additional manpower and machinery to execute the work of development expeditiously. The CDA management is carrying out regular visits and strict monitoring of the project and all-out resources are being utilised for its timely completion. 

There was high demand for plots in the luxury development when the first ballot was staged in 2011, but four years later work on the project has yet to be finished.

Its builders missed their deadline for completion on July 31st and now the CDA is under increasing pressure to speed up their work.

The high demand reflected its blueprint for designer living on the outskirts of the capital.

The high security, gated enclave will have wide boulevards, a cricket stadium, swimming pools as well as high-speed broadband and guaranteed electricity and clean drinking water.

Its brochure features luxury homes with sweeping stairs, minstrel’s galleries and sundecks overlooking private swimming pools.

Their new owners had expected to be living the dream last month but now the deadline has passed the CDA’s chairman has ordered all work to be accelerated and heavy machinery to be deployed to speed its completion.

The top management of the CDA has paid second visit to the project in a week time to inspect the ongoing development work.

The project director briefed the CDA management that street numbering and landscaping in the project has been initiated while major construction activities including construction of roads and retaining walls of the nullahs have already been done.

The CDA management has directed the project director to expeditiously pursue the work on internal roads, planting trees and grass in different areas of the unique housing project, the officials added.