The creators of Bahria Town are on their way to their next twin city destination, this time in the main Islamabad site. Following the phenomenal success of Bahria Town in Rawalpindi, Lahore, and Karachi, Islamabad is the next stop.
The populace is confident that they will not be disappointed again. Because this is one of Bahria Town’s smallest projects, it will receive all of the developer’s attention, ensuring its success and organization in this arena.
The Bahria Town Pvt. Ltd. is a prominent Rawalpindi-based real estate management business responsible for numerous upscale residential developments in Pakistan’s major cities. They delegate construction to Habib Rafiq Pvt. Ltd, the leading construction company in Rawalpindi and Islamabad, manages the Defence Housing Authority’s projects in Islamabad. Habib Rafiq Pvt. Ltd. has also launched Capital Smart City, a ground-breaking housing project in Islamabad.
It is located near Jinnah Avenue in Islamabad Capital Territory’s Zone IV, close to Chak Shahzad, the Park Road, and the Kuri Road. It is one of Islamabad’s most handy and accessible sites, with numerous routes leading to and from the Bahria Enclave. Bahria Enclave Phase I is located near Mouza Molat, while Phase II is situated near Mouza Phulgraan.
Park View City Islamabad, Islamabad Model Town, Green Enclave, FIA Park Enclave, Chak Shahzad, CDA Park Avenue, PTV Colony, Bani Gala, Farash Town, Alhamra Avenue, Barma, and Haider houses are also nearby landmarks. Gulberg Green is also nearby to this hosing scheme.
Bahria Enclave Islamabad is comprised of two parts, Phase 1 and Phase 2. Phase I includes 836 Kanal; Phase II covers 1180 Kanal, and Phase II’s Agro Farming Scheme covers 2047 Kanal.
The entry locations are roughly 8 kilometers (15 minutes) from Chak Shahzad, on Park Road and the Kuri Road, with accessibility from the Kashmir Highway, the Lehtrar Road, and the Islamabad Highway. In addition, Bahria Town has been given a new four-lane road, providing another route via Kuri Road.
CDA has already granted the NOC for Bahria Enclave-I. This society, which covers an area of 12543.11 Kanal, has a bright future due to its location and the society’s officially issued NOC. On 29 December 2020, the Capital Development Authority (CDA) accepted the layout proposal for Bahria Enclave Islamabad.
The project is supported by Bahria Town Private Limited, which operates in Mozas, Mohrian, Malot, Jagiot, Pind Begwal, Tumari, Sihaili, and Darkala, Islamabad’s Zone-IV (C).
The NOC for Bahria Enclave-II, which spans 1180.04 Kanal, was approved on 11 February 2021. However, recent developments have provided additional reassurance to investors and citizens. As a result, the CDA has officially authorized the NOC for the Bahria Enclave-II layout design in Zone-IV (B).
No.CDA/PLW/RP-/Zone-4/13/19/90 and the NOC dated 11-02-2021. The CDA has accepted a revised plan for Bahria Enclave Islamabad Phase II in Mouza Phulgran, Zone-4 (B), Angori Road, Islamabad.
The following is a map of the location
Society’s most salient qualities are listed here.
“Phase 1 and Phase 2” are the two stages of the Bahria Enclave in Islamabad. More than 600 residential plots are included in Phase 1, which covers an area of 836 Kanal. Each of the society’s 15 sectors has its own set of sub-sectors. In order in alphabetical order, they are A to P. Residential plots of 5, 8, 10 Marla, 1 Kanal, and 2 Kanal sizes, as well as commercial properties of 4, 5, 8 Marla, are available in each of the sectors. Construction is also underway on 11 Marla Villas, which will be offered in the housing initiative shortly. In addition, the project’s administration has taken the initiative to build a model villa to demonstrate the project’s actual potential. For tourists to visualize themselves living in the region, the model house is open to the public.
Let’s take a closer look at each section of this society below:
Due to the completion of its development, Block A is the most expensive block in the area. The block’s development work is 100% completed, and the plot has been granted land possession. It is located directly across from Bahria Enclave and features a mix of residential and commercial sites. The building’s residents have access to modern civic and commercial facilities.
The construction of ‘Cube,’ A luxury apartment block, is also ongoing in the project, and the owners will receive ownership of their units in eight months.
Con: However, the terrain in block A is depressed and requires a significant filling, which will increase the cost of building on these plots.
Sector B is wholly built and equipped with all necessary amenities. In this block, possession is also transferred to the owners.
The sole disadvantage to investing in this block is that a few 8, 10, and 1 Kanal plots are situated below road level, which eventually increases the building costs.
Sector C encompasses the block’s Extension of the C-Kanal. This area’s sector breakdown is as follows:
Sector E, located adjacent to Sector A of Bahria enclave, is a wholly constructed sector with plot owners receiving possession. While the sector provides modern amenities and high-quality development work, it has not attracted many investors due to the plots’ location. Moreover, most of the plots are offered in this sector are below ground level, which is regrettable and unsuitable for investment purposes.
The F and F-1 sectors are placed on the crest of a hill and provide an evocative setting. The sights from these sectors are entirely fascinating and will contribute to creating a magnificent residential area.
Commercial plots in the F block are developing at a snail’s pace due to the rocky terrain. Nevertheless, development and possession account for over 90% of the total. Sector F-1 plot costs are lower due to the lower than ground level location, although 60% of the development has been finished and delivered.
G sector is practically complete; the soil is level and requires no filling. The 5 Marla and 8 Marla plots have been wholly designed and handed to their respective owners.
Additionally, Sector G has commercial plots, which provide an excellent investment opportunity.
Sector H is another developed and delivered sector; there has been a noticeable increase in investment in commercial plots in this sector.
Sector I of Bahria Enclave is experiencing depression and needs redevelopment. Therefore, half of the plots in this area have been allocated.
J block is in high demand due to its advantageous location within the community, which drew buyers to invest in the area. The bulk of plots are transferred to the owners. As a result, 10 Marla plots have been entirely developed, while eight Marla plots remain undeveloped.
Sector K plots have been allocated; the price for plots in this sector is greater than the price for plots in the other sectors of this society. Possession of 10 Marla plots is pending, even though they are fully developed, whereas 1 Kanal plot is only partially developed, ownership is awarded.
Sector L is still under development, and plots are not yet ready for possession.
Due to the existence of Bahria Town City Center, the M sector is the most desirable. Moreover, since the city center is the key commercial project in society, demand is significantly higher. As a result, 10 Marla and one Kanal plots have been constructed, and possession has been transferred.
Sector N features the most picturesque scenery and perspectives. It is constructed on firm, fertile ground and needs no extra filling. The sector’s 5 Marla plots are practically complete, and half of the plans have already taken ownership. 8 Marla plots are 40% developed and available for immediate ownership. The plots of 10 Marla are the least constructed in this sector.
Sector O is an undeveloped sector within Bahria Enclave.
Sector P is under 20% developed, and possession has not yet been granted.
Although we have reviewed the development situation of each area of society in detail, let us now discuss the community’s overall performance:
According to the latest development news regarding the project, Bahria Enclave would become Pakistan’s sixth region to receive fiber optic connectivity. The community has entered into a deal with PTCL, under which the latter will deploy fiber-optic connections in Bahria Enclave within three months to deliver high-speed internet. Additionally, PTCL will offer additional services such as a smart television, VOIP, and telephone lines.
The following table details the property values in the society:
The costs in Bahria Enclave Islamabad are comparable to those in Park View City Islamabad, which is direct across the street from this project. Additionally, with Taj Residencia, a Sardar Group project includes Centaurus Mall, B-17 Multi-Gardens, and a CDA housing society. The pricing of these home enterprises is almost identical to the ones offered in this strategy.
The costs are higher than those of low-income housing societies in Islamabad, such as Qurtaba City and Blue World City. Still, they are justified in light of society’s location, modern amenities, and progress.
While this may appear to be more expensive than most housing societies in the neighborhood, it is still less than what Eighteen Islamabad is charging for plots. Moreover, the standard of development in this community far exceeds that of other housing projects in Islamabad, making it well worth the price.
Bahria Enclave is among Islamabad’s most opulent housing society programs. Therefore, investors must exercise caution when obtaining permissions and NOCs from the appropriate authorities. Nevertheless, the strategy is highly advantageous for obtaining a privileged life in a prime location in Pakistan.