Syed Ali Azfar Nasir, the Minister of Housing, Urban Development, and Public Health in Punjab, paid a recent visit to the Ravi Urban Development Authority (RUDA) office. He oversaw the progress of their ongoing projects.
The minister was briefed on RUDA’s efforts to boost environmental sustainability and urban regeneration in Lahore. He praised their initiatives as a “twin city concept.” He said that it would revitalize Lahore’s social, economic, and cultural aspects, transforming it into a new metropolitan hub.
The RUDA officials provided an update on various ongoing projects. Such as constructing seven wastewater treatment plants and three barrages and river training works to enhance the city’s infrastructure. They also discussed RUDA’s upcoming different projects. It includes Sapphire Bay, Chaharbagh, Entertainment City, and the Central Business District (CBD) projects. Also involve upgrading Walton Road, providing service corridors, remodelling Kalma Chowk, and introducing water harvesting wells.
The officials revealed that business projects like Grand Souk would be developed on the land of Camp Jail and Rescue 1122 on Ferozepur Road. The Ravi Urban Development Authority (RUDA) officials reiterated their dedication to promoting sustainable development through their projects.