LAHORE – An inaugural ceremony was held in Defence Housing Authority, (DHA) Lahore’s largest phase Prism -9, in connection with developmental works.
Administrator DHA, Lahore, Brigadier Zafar Yaseen Babar was the chief guest on the occasion.
In his address, Babar said that the phase would be developed in four years, and would have all modern facilities.
The phase, spreading over 40, 000 kanals, could be accessed from 8 different directions.
A city mall, having latest facilities, a modern university as well as a modern hospital would also be built in it.
Spacious parks of the phase seem to enhance its beauty, while mosques, churches, cafes, golf courses, water theme parks, business centres, a drive-in- cinema, polo clubs, race courses, convention centres, electronic parking system, emergency service and a police station are all such specialties of the phase that will directly or indirectly benefit millions of its residents as well as businessmen
On the occasion, Chief Engineer Colonel ( r ) Shah Jahan, while giving details of Prism 9, said that there would be 25, 600 residential while 1, 900 commercial plots in it; the phase would spread over 16 acres; maximum length of roads in the phase would be 30 km, which would be 120 to 150 ft wide
Other roads in the Prism, consisting of 2 to 3 lanes, would be 60 to 80 ft wide, and these would be capable of bearing an increasing traffic load.
For public convenience, service lane would also be built along every road.
27 overhead water tanks, along with tube-wells, would be built in the Prism.
These would cater for the requirements of residents of this largest phase.
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Keeping in view peoples’ needs, 6 sewerage stations would also be built.
6 grid stations would be built for the power supply.
The system would be underground While LED lights would also be installed
Wells would be built in all parks for the water sanitation, while the water would also be preserved for irrigation purposes.
The most important thing about Prism 9 is that a boundary wall would be built around it for security purposes.