Development of software for online approval of house map plans Multan Development Authority (MDA) is developing computer software for hassle-free online approval of house map plans to avoid people having to personally visit at the MDA office.
MDA’s one-stop operation will be information technology (IT) based and people will no longer be required to come to the office to submit card plan cases once the computer software is up and running, MDA DG Qaisar Saleem said during an official meeting. the Saturday.
People could submit a map plan to MDA via their computers, laptops or smartphones from the comfort of their homes. MDA was also simplifying the approval process for map plans of multi-storey or commercial buildings, the DG said, adding that the requirement to have such map plans prepared by architects registered with MDA has been lifted, ending the monopoly of a few architects registered with MDA. People can now have their map plan prepared by any architect registered with the Council of Architects and Planners of Pakistan (PCATP), but these must comply with the implementing laws of the MDA.
Qaisar Saleem said a proposal was also under consideration to approve the map plans of multi-storey or commercial buildings in phases to allow officials to visit and inspect the site at different stages to ensure compliance with building laws. software development for online approval of house map plans by developing computer software for hassle-free online approval of house map plans to save people the trouble of personally visiting MDA Multan office Development Authority (MDA). Meanwhile, PCATP President Arif Changezi hailed MDA’s new initiatives to facilitate people.
Source: This news is originally published by islamabadpost