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BAHRIA TOWN INTRODUCTION Bahria Town has been shaping landscapes and lives in Pakistan since the company’s inception in 1996. Not just building homes, Bahria Town has developed value-added, master-planned communities housing thousands of families enjoying a complete living experience. When complete, projects such as the JV D&B Valley, Golf City, Garden City, Bahria Icon and many more under development will accommodate more than a million residents and will cover over 1 billion sq ft. Bahria Town’s 25,000 employees are delivering USD 5 billion of iconic developments, driving leadership, pioneering innovation and creating a legacy for generations to come.
Bahria Town is the prime mover of the Pakistan’s real estate and construction sector.HTTP://WWW.BAHRIATOWN.COM/ BAHIRA TOWN THE TREND SETTER Brought Revolution in housing society of Pakistan Concept of Gated community changed by Bahria Town Concept and Implementation of Zero Load Shedding in Electricity shortage country Lavish living society & uplifting of Middle-class (Given Reality to A Dream Come True hope) Pioneer of doing New and creative things to attract masses Waste water utilization and management in Bahria Town Rawalpindi Winner Global level of Prestigious Property Awards at Asia Pacific International & Recognition at Making come true Bahria society Town to a enjoy place their where best people moments feel proud by becoming part of that Dream Bahria Town is a place where Ideas comes into reality and shapes future BAHRIA TOWN KARACHI World`s third and Pakistan`s largest Masjid Pakistan`s first Day & Night Zoo Safari Pakistan`s first International Standard Theme Park Pakistan`s largest 36 Hole Golf course Pakistan`s first ever dancing fountain Dolphin Arena Bahria Town International University Bahria Food Park CineGold Plex Cinema Bicycle Lanes & Many More BAHRIA ENCLAVE ISLAMABAD BAHRIA ENCLAVE ISSUES NO PTCL/NAYATEL IN MOST SECTORS EXCEPT IN FEW ONLY NO GAS NO WAPDA CURRENTLY GETTING 2 MW IN BULK RESIDENTS GETTING ELECTRICITY THROUGH GENERATORS SECTOR H, I, J, M, N INCLUDING COMMERCIAL UNDERCONTRUCTION BUILDINGS NEAR HEAD OFFICE SECURITY FENCING AND SECURITY CHALLENGES RESIDENTS DISMAY AND ANNOYANCE OVER SECURITY/MAINTENANCE NOC OF BAHRIA ENCLAVE STILL UNRESOLVED NO RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES BUT ONLY ZOO INDEPENDENT SURVEY WAS CONDUCTED TO CHECK RESIDENTIAL HOUSES FOR SALE SITUATION IN BAHRIA ENCLAVE.
CONTACTED PROPERTY AGENTS, VISITED SECTORS AND USED ZAMEEN.COM. THE NEXT SLIDES AND INFORMATION WAS GATHERED ON 17 JUNE 2019 AS LATEST SURVEY. SOURCE: ZAMEEN.COM 17 JUNE 19 Jazz Mobilink 21 D 20:39 Jazz Mobilink Oy " O 12:11 E SEARCH RESULTS _ SAVE E SEARCH RESULTS SAVE 28 Houses FILTERS T SORT 5 Houses FILTERS 11 SORT SUPER HOT PKR 4.95 Crore Bahria Enclave – Sector C,… House PKR 4.25 Crore Bahria Enclave – Sector E…. House Updated: More than 6 mon… 4 5 6 7 20 Marla Updated: 3 weeks ago 67 68 20 Marla 13 01 09 SUPER HOT PKR 4.4 Crore Bahria Enclave – Sector E,… PKR 2.25 Crore Bahria Enclave – Sector C… House Updated: 3 weeks ago 194 6 4 10 Marla House Updated: More than 6 mon… 95 6 6 20 Marla @ 7 1 09 SUPER HOT PKR 2.25 Crore Bahria Enclave – Sector C… House Updated: 3 weeks ago 44 E 4 10 Marla ™ PKR 4.4 Crore Bahria Enclave – Sector E… House Updated: 6 months ago 195 6 6 20 Marla ™ 0 7 1 O 11 HOT PKR 5.1 Crore Bahria Enclave – Sector C…. PKR 4.4 Crore Bahria Enclave – Sector E…. House House 236, Jazz Mobilink OMO 20:12 Jazz Mobilink OMO 2,1 20:09 = SEARCH RESULTS ¤ SAVE E SEARCH RESULTS ¤ SAVE 16 Houses FILTERS 11 SORT 24 Houses FILTERS IT SORT SUPER HOT PKR 1.4 Crore Bahria Enclave – Sector G,… House Updated: 5 days ago A3 & 4 5 Marla PKR 1.55 Crore Bahria Enclave – Sector H… House Updated: 3 weeks ago 44 6 5 5 Marla @ 29 1 @ 21 HOT PKR 1.3 Crore Bahria Enclave – Sector G… House Updated: 3 weeks ago 43 6 3 5 Marla PKR 1.4 Crore VERIFIED Bahria Enclave – Sector H,… House Updated: 3 weeks ago 93 & 4 5 Marla O 8 07 HOT PKR 3.25 Crore VERIFIED Bahria Enclave – Sector G,… PKR 1.4 Crore Bahria Enclave – Sector H,… House Updated: 4 weeks ago 93 6 3 5 Marla ™ House Updated: 4 weeks ago 0 9 0 1 A8 10 10 Marla ™ HOT PKR 2.2 Crore Bahria Enclave – Sector G… PKR 1.4 Crore VERIFIED Bahria Enclave – Sector H…. House House Jazz Mobilink OMO 3. 20:14 Jazz Mobilink OMO 2. O 20:15 E SEARCH RESULTS SAVE E SEARCH RESULTS ¤ SAVE 3 Houses FILTERS UT SORT 6 Houses homo FILTERS 17 SORT Banria Enciave – Sector 1,… House PKR 1.5 Crore Bahria Enclave – Sector 1,… O 2 Updated: 3 months ago 10 Marla House Updated: 1 month ago A3 & 3 5 Marla O 6 D E1341 PKR 2.2 Crore Bahria Enclave – Sector M,… House Updated: 2 months ago 45 65 10 Marla PKR 1.3 Crore Bahria Enclave – Sector 1,… House Updated: 7 days ago 43 63 5 Marla 24 15 PKR 1.7 Crore Bahria Enclave – Sector 1,… House PKR 2 Crore Bahria Enclave – Sector M… House Updated: More than 6 mon… 10 Marla Updated: More than 6 mon… 10 Marla PKR 2.15 Crore Bahria Enclave – Sector M…. House Updated: More than 6 mon… 10 Marla A o SOURCE: ZAMEEN.COM 17 JUNE 19 HOUSES FOR SALE SITUATION For Sale houses in Bahria Enclave sector wise Sector A = 38 Sector B, B1 & B2 = 74 Sector C, C1 & C2 = 28 Sector E = 5 Sector G = 16 Sector H = 24 Sector I = 3 Sector M, N = 11 Total Sector house for Sale as above = 199SOURCE: ZAMEEN.COM 17 JUNE 19 AS PER ZAMEEN.COM SOURCE: ZAMEEN.COM 17 JUNE 19 RESIDENTIAL PLOTS FOR SALE SOURCE: ZAMEEN.COM 17 JUNE 19 WHY? IMPACT/EFFECTS TO BAHRIAENCLAVE BUSINESSES/RESIDENCES Residents are unhappy over utility services i.e. PTCL, Gas, Wapda Security services are not as per standard No outdoor/Recreational activities like BT Khi, BT Pindi, BT Lahore No Fun Mela/Food Gala event where families gather and enjoy No Vintage Cars Show, Pak Wheels, Coca Cola Festive like Gulberg Greens No Dog Show, Night Cricket Matches within Community and Management Post May 2017 incident resulted end of recreational activities No Cinema operational Slow pace of house constructions Re-Sale of houses in BE gone down including no Re-Sale Construction of New houses gone slow whereas No significant improvement reported Since May-2018 Business Activities/Shops opened closed or facing difficult position Community motivating and helping however ground realities is leaving no option but closure of business activities NOW COUNTRY`S CURRENT FINANCIAL SITUATION & ELECTRICITY SYSTEM IN PAKISTAN DR. SALMAN SHAH EX FINANCE MINISTER CHANNEL 24 MAY 2019 VIEWS ON PAKISTAN ELECTRICITY CLIMATE CHANGE & WATER SHORTAGE IMPACT OF WATER SHORTAGE IN AGRICULTURE LOADSHEDDING & ELECTRICITY SHORTFALL DUE TO CLIMATE CHANGE IN NEXT 5 TO 10 YEARS IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON PAKISTANI CROPS & GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE! Climate change may cause insects to gobble more crops, study finds CNBC August 31, 2018 The future may bring plagues of locusts to devastate crops as global warming worsens, these experts say. Insects are going to love it when the world turns hotter in the coming years. Not only will they spread more disease ” they will eat more crops, researchers reported Thursday. Locusts descend on parts of Sindh after Attacking Balochistan Dawn 13 June 2019 After a swarm of locusts affected Balochistan, they have now taken over parts of Khairpur district in Sindh, it emerged on Wednesday, as the federal food security ministry’s department of plant protection initiated measures in both provinces to contain the locust outbreak. Farmers, however, expressed their dissatisfaction with governmental efforts. Ex-president PPP Mr. Zardari too mentioned on 20 June 19 on National Assembly floor speech. The process is continuing since it’s a migratory species It’s an agricultural area now ruined by locusts, causing huge losses to farmers, Jameel Ahmed, a farmer in Dasht, said while speaking to Dawn over the phone Source: CNBC & DAWN Locusts descend on parts of Sindh after attacking Balochistan LOCUSTS TIDDAY ADB REPORT ON CLIMATE CHANGE PROFILE OF PAKISTAN PUBLISHED IN 2017 Pakistan potentially faces a major climate change challenge. A concerted effort by the government and civil society at all levels is required to mitigate these threats. In the last 50 years, the annual mean temperature in Pakistan has increased by roughly 0.5°C. The number of heat wave days per year has increased nearly fivefold in the last 30 years. Annual precipitation has historically shown high variability but has slightly increased in the last 50 years. Sea level along the Karachi coast has risen approximately 10 centimetres in the last century. By the end of this century, the annual mean temperature in Pakistan is expected to rise by 3°C to 5°C for a central global emissions scenario, while higher global emissions may yield a rise of 4°C to 6°C. Average annual rainfall is not expected to have a significant long- term trend, but is expected to exhibit large inter-annual variability. Sea level is expected to rise by a further 60 centimetres by the end of the century and will most likely affect the low-lying coastal areas south of Karachi toward Keti Bander and the Indus River delta. Under future climate change scenarios, Pakistan is expected to experience increased variability of river flows due to increased variability of precipitation and the melting of glaciers. Demand for irrigation water may increase due to higher evaporation rates. Yields of wheat and basmati rice are expected to decline and may drive production northward, subject to water availability. Water availability for hydropower generation may decline. Hotter temperatures are likely to increase energy demand due to increased air conditioning requirements. Warmer air and water temperatures may decrease the efficiency of nuclear and thermal power plant generation. Mortality due to extreme heat waves may increase. Urban drainage systems may be further stressed by high rainfall and flash floods. Sea level rise and storm surges may adversely affect coastal infrastructure and livelihoods. Adapting to these impacts may include: development or use of crop varieties with greater heat and drought tolerance, modernizing irrigation infrastructure and employing water-saving technologies, integrated watershed management, reforestation of catchment areas and construction of additional water storage, diversification of energy mix including investment in renewable and small hydropower projects, improved weather forecasting and warning systems, retrofitting of critical energy infrastructure, and construction of dikes or sea walls. The National Climate Change Policy of 2012 is Pakistan’s guiding document on climate change, setting out the goal of achieving climate-resilient development for the country through mainstreaming climate change in the economically and socially vulnerable sectors of the country. Approximately 6% of Pakistan’s federal budget during 2010″2014 comprised climate change-related expenditures, predominantly in energy and transport. As described in its Nationally Determined Contribution to the Paris Agreement under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, Pakistan intends to reduce up to 20% of its 2030 projected greenhouse gas emissions, subject to availability of international grants to meet the cumulative abatement costs amounting to approximately $40 billion. The country’s adaptation needs have been identified to range between $7 billion to $14 billion per year. Source: Demand for irrigation water may increase due to higher evaporation rates. Yields of wheat and basmati rice are expected to decline and may drive production northward, subject to water availability. Water availability for hydropower generation may decline. Hotter temperatures are likely to increase energy demand due to increased air conditioning requirements. Warmer air and water temperatures may decrease the efficiency of nuclear and thermal power plant generation. Mortality due to extreme heat waves may increase. Urban drainage systems may be further stressed by high rainfall and flash floods. Sea level rise and storm surges may adversely affect coastal infrastructure and livelihoods. Hotter temperatures are likely to increase energy demand due to increased air conditioning requirements. Warmer air and water temperatures may decrease the efficiency of nuclear and thermal power plant generation. Mortality due to extreme heat waves may increase BAHRIA TOWN ELECTRICITY ON THERMAL NEXT FIVE YEARS, COUNTRY FACING ISSUES DUE TO CLIMATTE CHANGE AND ENERGY SHORTFALL ALTERNATE SOURCE OF ENERGY IS NEED OF THE HOUR! WHAT NEXT? SOMETHING NEW FOR BAHRIA TOWN SOMETHING CREATIVE FOR BAHRIA ENCLAVE SOMETHING ATTRACTIVE TO PULL RESIDENTS SOMETHING INTERESTING TO BRING MORE INVESTORS IN BAHRIA ENCLAVE SOMETHING DIFFERENT SO THAT PEOPLE BUY PROPERTIES AND RESIDE WITHOUT WORRYING GAS & COOPERATE WITHOUT BLAMING SECURITY ONLY. SOMETHING THAT CAN BRING RESIDENTS TOGETHER AND EVERYONE WORK TOGETHER FOR COMMUNITY SOMETHING FOR BAHRIA ENCLAVE FIRST TIME IN PAKISTAN SOMETHING FOR BAHRIA TOWN FIRST TIME IN THE WORLD SOMETHING BY BAHRIA TOWN AS A TREND SETTER WORLD`S FIRST PROJECT , THE ONLY COUNTRY IN WORLD IMPLEMENT FIRST TIME FOR LARGEST GATED COMMUNITY BAHRIA TOWN, THE ONLY COMPANY OF PAKISTAN BAHRIA TOWN- PIONEER OF DOING NEW & CREATIVE SOLAR DRIVE BAHRIA ENCLAVE ISLAMABAD Powered by SOLAR WITTUUNIKU HURDLES CORPORATE SECTOR FACE ON SOLAR No Space No areas to implement No speedy return & 100% recovery 1) GREEN BELT SECTOR H GREEN BELT SECTOR C GREEN BELT SECTOR C – 1 BUT WE WE HAVE HAVE WASTING SPACE GREEN WE BELTS ARE WE WE SUN HAVE HAVE MANPOWER TECHNOLOGY ENERGY! WORLD IS GOING SOLAR! China: China has a bigger solar energy capacity than any other country in the world, at a gargantuan 130 gigawatts. USA: Home to some of the world’s largest solar power plants, the United States is the second-largest growth market for renewables. Japan: Japanese government pledged to increase renewable energy sources from 15% to 22″24% in 2018, including wind and solar by 2030. Since the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster, the country has approached solar power with vigour, setting targets for 28 GW and 53 GW for 2020 and 2030, respectively. India: A country with one of the fastest-growing solar industries, India’s solar installed capacity reached 28.18 GW in March 2019 and the country became the lowest cost producer of solar power in the world. The government had an initial target of 20 GW capacity for 2022, which was achieved four years ahead of schedule in 2018. Source: OFFICES/BUSINESSES IN PAKISTAN GOING SOLAR TELENOR 3G SWAP & WENT SOLAR (HYBRID) FIRST TIME IN PAKISTAN NATIONAL ASSEMBLY OF PAKISTAN UNICEF FAUJI CEMENT FACTORY 13.5 MEGA WATT Source: Telenor Pakistan launches solar powered repeater site Telenor Pakistan has launched another environmentally-friendly initiative by using solar energy to power one of its repeater sites. Written: Jan 2008 Reading Time: 2 minutes Telenor Pakistan is the country’s first mobile communications services provider to have started using solar energy to power a commercial site. "We are first in the industry to have started using solar energy to power a commercial site. We aim to help reduce the load on the national power grid through innovative solutions and in longer term we mean to upscale this pilot project to other parts of the country after assessing its success", said Chief Technical Officer Telenor Pakistan Peter Anthony Dindial Pakistan Parliament is the first ever Parliament in the World to GO GREEN" by shifting completely on "Solar Energy. EARTH HOUR : 8:30PM-9:30PM – Lights On Lights Off – Saved Lights Out. Do it for Your Planet @NAOfPakistan NationalAssemblyOfPakistan @NAOfPakistan Location: Jhang Bahtar Type of System: On-Grid Size(kW): 12,500 Annual Energy Generation (kWh): 19,360,000 Annual Co2 Reduction (Tonnes): 11,906.4 Pakistan`s Largest Industrial Solar Power Plant UNICEF PAKISTAN Pakistan’s office greening initiative was completed in 2016, enabling a 60- ton reduction in UNICEF Pakistan’s annual carbon dioxide emissions. The Punjab field office went green in 2016, utilizing solar plants, LED lights, heating and efficient DC inverter air conditioning. The remaining three offices will follow in 2017. Once complete, carbon emissions will be reduced by up to 375 tons (solar power plant, LED lights: 225 tons; air conditioner replacement: 120″150 tons). The financial gain will exceed US$1.2 million over a 20-year life span and 7″8-year amortization period. GIVE YOURSELF & RESIDENTS SUBSIDY GOVERNMENT HAS NO RELIEF FOR HOUSEING SOCIETIES NO SUBSIDIES IN ELECTRICITY BAHRIA TOWN HAVE DISTRIBUTION LICENSE BUT FACING ISSUES WITH NEPRA EVERYTIME ON TARRIF CHARGES etc. BENEFITS & BECOME NO.1 CHEAP ENERGY AFTER FULL COST RECOVERY DISTRIBUTION 100% GUARENTEE ON RETRUN INVESTMENT BRING 10 MW ON GRID SYSTEM & INCREASE GRADUALLY PROFIT AFTER 5-6 YEARS RESIDENTS GETTING 1RS SUBSIDY IN ELECTRICITY WILL END ALL ISSUES AND COMMUNITY WILL WORK CLOSELY PEOPLE WILL SELL THEIR PROPERTIES & BUILD HOUSE IN BAHIRA ENCLAVE RAPIDLY THIS WILL ATTRACT MORE PEOPLE FROM AROUND COUNTRY/GLOBALLY IN PARTICULAR MORE RESIDENTS, MORE REVENUE LESS CONTRIBUTION IN CARBON EMISSION & CLIMATE CONTROL BUILDERS, SOCIETIES FOLLOW WHAT BAHRIA TOWN DO. BAHRIA TOWN THE NO.1 OR THE ONLY ONE THANK YOU! PAKISTAN ZINDABAD
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