The House Next Door

Commercial%20Houses.jpgThere has been a recent uplift in the capaign of discouraging the rising trend of residential areas being used commerically. There have been about 800 cases of such sort forwarded to the Islamabad’s Deputy Comissioner. The limit of fine has been raised from Rs 500 per day to Rs 5000 per day and the initial fine from Rs 10,000 to Rs 5 Million.

The concern of Islooites is genuine but there is shortage of commerical areas as these activities have been expanded in a big way, thanks to the ever growing population, and lack of up to date appropriate management measures. To overcome the situation, the fedral government has identified five extra commerical zones while more zones would be allowed to contruct commerical buildings that would help control the situation

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  1. A for [pine]Apple (unregistered) on January 21st, 2007 @ 12:52 am

    Hmmm – well SOUNDS good – but (apart from a few cases that MAY happen – though I doubt abt them too) — this campaign will get back to its feet as fast as it rises … since the house next door does not belong to me or you – It’s the Big Names no one wants to put their lives in their hands … so chill effect is in the house next door …!



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