46-storey building in Karachi approved

KARACAHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah being Chairman Sindh High Density Development Board has approved proposed construction plan of a 46-floor highrise building with the conditions to complete other requirements such as environmental and traffic de-congestion studies.

The board meeting held here under the chairmanship of Qaim Ali Shah at CM House, which was given briefing by the architect of the building to be constructed on a plot measuring 4044.00 square yards located in Civil Lines Quarters, Victoria Road Karachi.

According to the proposal the building would have 46-floor with basements, a large car parking of seven floors from 2nd to 8th floor, 9th to 10 floor reception while from 11 to 39thg floor there would be flats and on 40th floor the building would have its solar panels again from 41 to 45 floor it would have apartments and on the roof top the building would have a helipad.

The chief minister during the briefing asked the architect to conduct the EPA and Traffic-de-congestion studies before starting the construction.

To a question the architect told the meeting that the building would have its own power plant, therefore they would have no need to get power connection. The building would also have a RO plant; therefore it would not also get water connection.

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