Significant relief for the residents of Islamabad as CDA has waived off the requirement for NOC from the Building Control Section for family transfers of residential property.
The decision was taken by the CDA Board to revamp the public service delivery. The board also approved the summary by Member Estate regarding the amendments to the authority Property Manual. The new ruling would be applicable to gift agreements and transfer within families.
Moreover, an affidavit stating that any structure built in violation of building bye-laws would be destroyed within three months must be submitted to the concerned officials.
The CDA Board decided to extend the NOC's validity from three months to one year in a meaningful change to the Property Manual during the meeting chaired by Captain (r) Muhammad Usman Younis, Chairman CDA.
According to a CDA official, the decisions were made to lighten the workload on staff members of the relevant directorates and avoid delays in the transfer of properties. The official stated, "We have begun implementing the CDA Board's decisions."