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Airport Enclave Islamabad: Project Details, Location and Prices

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Airport Enclave Housing Scheme Islamabad is a newly launched project near New Islamabad International Airport offering residential plots of 5,8,10 marla and 1 kanal on 3 year easy installment plan. This project is currently being marketed on Television, Newspapers & other advertising channels by Star Marketing (pvt) Limited.

Background

Airport Enclave Housing Scheme Islamabad is the project of Land Linkers Builders and Developers in association with Sweet Homes Marketing (pvt) Limited which is a sister concern company of Star Marketing (PVT) Limited; a pioneer in innovative real estate marketing in Pakistan. One of the marketing partners is Five Trees Marketing (pvt) Limited.

People usually think this society comes under CDA so they normally ask if its NOC is approved from CDA. In fact, this society and neighboring societies close to New Islamabad Airport lie under RDA (Rawalpindi Development Authority). Airport Enclave has acquired its NOC which is mentioned on its ads:

NOC No: RDA/MPATE/F-PHS-94/84

Development work has started on this project while the booking is open.
airportenclave-ad

Location

Airport Enclave Islamabad is located on main fateh jang near new Islamabad International Airport. It is master planned gated community project located close to Mumtaz City, Top City-1, PAF Fazaiya Housing Scheme and PECHS Islamabad.

Its distance from new Islamabad airport will not be more than just 5 minutes drive. It is close to motorway M-2 interchange and distance from zero point is around 15 minutes drive.

Investors and genuine buyers seeking housing opportunity in the close vicinity of New Islamabad Airport have this golden opportunity to grab a piece of land on very easy and flexible installment plan and comparatively very low prices.

Airport-Enclave-Locaton-Map

Plot Sizes

Airport Enclave offers a variety of plot sizes to suit the needs of all types of buyers. Available sizes of residential plots are 5 marla, 8 marla, 10 marla and 20 marla (1 kanal).

Plot Prices and Payment Plan

Payment plan is the most attractive part of this project as it offers plots on as low as 10,000 rupees per month installment. Payment period is nearly 3 years. Plot prices are kept reasonably lower in order to serve the purpose of providing quality living to people at affordable cost.

Total price of plots and payment schedule is given below:

Airport-Enclave-Payment-Schedule

Booking Procedure

Booking of plots is available on first come first served basis. Booking starts from Rs 150,000/- and rest of the amount will be paid on 33 monthly installments and 5 Half yearly installments . Monthly installment starts from Rs 10,000/- .

All payments are made in form of demand draft, pay order and check in favor of Airport Enclave.

For booking of residential plots in Airport Enclave housing scheme, booking form can be downloaded from below. Take print out of the booking form, fill it out, and submit along with the following documents:

  • Down Payment (Pay Order, Demand Draft or Check)
  • One Copy of CNIC/NICOP
  • Two Passport Size Pictures

Note: You can book with plot number if you pay 30% upfront payment. Otherwise, allocation of plot will done after you pay allocation charges as per schedule.

Download Airport Enclave Booking Form

Download Airport Enclave Map

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  • Amer

    On orders from Prime Minister Mr Nawaz Sharif, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has planned to cancel no-objection certificates (NOCs) issued under the National Airfield Clearance Policy to the housing societies around the New Benazir Bhutto International Airport in Islamabad.

    According to a news source, the Rawalpindi commissioner has told the CAA to cancel the NOCs immediately. Moreover, the authorities concerned are likely to take action against the government bodies that had issued NOCs to the housing societies without regard for CAA rules and regulations.

    This news is likely to raise some eyebrows, especially of those who had invested in any of the housing societies in the new neighbourhoods around the airport. We can’t say exactly which housing societies will have their NOCs revoked, but apparently it looks like Pakistan Employees Cooperative Housing Society (PECHS), Shalimar Town, Top City, Mumtaz City, and Green City may be the societies the CAA will focus on.

    The government might be doing all this to curb security risks in the wake of the recent attack on Jinnah International Airport in Karachi and the mid-descent shooting of a Pakistan International Airlines plane in Peshawar. Personally, I don’t think that the cancellation of NOCs will do much harm to the housing societies around the airport in the short term, but sale/purchase activity may suffer temporarily. Obviously, these societies are not going to take this lying down, and we can expect some sort of legal wrangling to ensue.

    Though the outcome of this initiative is yet to unfold in its entirety, the real estate sector of Pakistan tends to react quite quickly to mere rumours. It wouldn’t be fair of us to pronounce a verdict before time, so until then I suggest all the concerned investors to cross their fingers and hope for the best. InshaAllah, their hard-earned money will not be put in jeopardy.

  • Amer

    SLAMABAD: Twelve private housing societies have sprung up within a radius of four to six kilometres of the under-construction New Islamabad Airport in Fatehjang.

    Since there are no rules and regulations regarding the minimum distance of residential areas from airports, the housing schemes are mushrooming around the new airport, the Senate standing committee on cabinet secretariat was informed on Tuesday.

    Senator Kalsoom Parveen, who chaired the meeting of the committee, raised concerns over the growth of the private housing societies in the close vicinity of the new airport.

    “We need to take special care, particularly after the unfortunate incident of firing at the national flag carrier at Peshawar airport,” Senator Parveen added.

    Senator Mushahidullah Khan said: “We should learn something from the gruesome attack on the Karachi airport. The attack on the national flag carrier at Peshawar airport was even more serious as the mode of the attack made almost everyone vulnerable.”

    There is no law on minimum distance between airport and settlements, says commissioner

    He said with a jungle of houses around airports, how can even the law enforcement agencies ensure that there would not be any such attack in future? “We are also making the same mistake for future planning,” he added.

    But Commissioner Rawalpindi Zahid Saeed informed the meeting that there were no rules and regulations defining the minimum distance between an airport and a human settlement.

    “There are no special rules for the grant of no-objection certificates (NOCs) to private land developers for the establishment of housing colonies in the surrounding areas of an airport,” he added.

    Senator Saifullah Bangash said the government should immediately come up with stringent measures regarding the housing societies near the new airport as once people started constructing houses there, it would be next to impossible to displace them.

    However, the commissioner suggested that parliamentarians can do legislation to define the limits.

    “There is a law but that is related to the permissible height of buildings in the surroundings of the airports which varies from 60 feet to 350 feet,” the commissioner added. “The total land possessed by these housing societies is about 17,000 kanals, and there is a limited time period to do anything.”

    He said besides the development agencies, the housing societies needed to obtain an additional NOC from the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA).

    Out of the 12 housing societies, five have obtained the NOCs from the Rawalpindi Development Authority (RDA) while seven have been issued the documents by the Tehsil Municipal Administration Fatehjang.

    “But the development of one of the housing societies – Top City – has been stopped as it was located along the boundary wall of the new airport,” he added.

    Senator Parveen said the committee had earlier directed the development authorities to stop issuing NOCs to the private societies near the new airport but no one followed the orders.

    The CDA member planning and design, Waseem Ahmad Khan, informed the meeting that almost half of the proposed airport area falls under the municipal limits of Rawalpindi and the rest was within the district of Attock.

    As the committee members discussed cancelling the housing schemes, Senator Saeeda Iqbal of the PPP said if it was the only solution the NOCs should be cancelled at once without any favouritism.

    “But we need to keep in mind the plight of the citizens who have bought the plots. They must be given alternative plots in some other locations.”

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  • dilawar khan

    mujhe islm abd 5 marlay ka plot lena ha..bt me her maonth 5hzar ki kist pa kharid skta hn…kia koi aisi jga ha islmabad jaha 5 hzar monthly kist ho