LDA Illegals Societies In Lahore

LDA Illegal Societies in Lahore: A Buyer’s Beware

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Introduction

The Lahore Development Authority (LDA) is a government agency responsible for the development and planning of the city of Lahore, Pakistan. LDA approves housing schemes and other development projects in the city, and ensures that they meet all applicable regulations. However, there are a number of illegal housing Societies operating in Lahore. These schemes are not approved by the LDA and do not meet all applicable regulations. As a result, residents of illegal housing schemes may face a number of problems, such as:

Lack of basic infrastructure, such as roads, water, and sewage systems.
Poor quality construction.
Difficulty obtaining legal title to their property.
Risk of their property being demolished by the LDA.

List of illegal housing societies in Lahore

The following is a list of some of the illegal housing Societies in Lahore, as compiled by the LDA:

ousing Scheme NameLocationApproximate Size (in Kanals)
Abdullah Park Housing Scheme, Near Al Haram GardenMadhey Shah village, Off Ferozpur road, Lahore25
Abdullah Park Housing SchemeMouza Raiwind, Railway road, Lahore45
Aftab Homes20
Aisha Garden Housing SchemeRaiwind Road, Lahore
Al-Barkah Housing SchemeRaiwind Road, Lahore
Al-Madina Housing SchemeRaiwind Road, Lahore
Al-Noor Housing SchemeRaiwind Road, Lahore
Al-Safa Housing SchemeRaiwind Road, Lahore
Al-Salam Housing SchemeRaiwind Road, Lahore
Ali Park Housing SchemeRaiwind Road, Lahore
Amanat Housing SchemeRaiwind Road, Lahore
Amin Town Housing SchemeRaiwind Road, Lahore
Ammar Garden Housing SchemeRaiwind Road, Lahore
Ayesha Garden Housing SchemeRaiwind Road, Lahore
Aziz Town Housing SchemeRaiwind Road, Lahore
Bahria Education & Medical CitySua Asal Road, Lahore
Bahria Orchard Phase-IVRaiwind Road, Lahore
Ferozpur City Housing SchemeMouza Gulvera, Kot Nabi Baksh Wala, Ferozepur Road, Lahore
Haidary Homes (Haider Avenue) Housing SchemeMouza Gulvera, Near Kot Nabi Baksh Wala, Ferozepur Road, Lahore
Hammad Garden Land Sub-Division
Good Luck Land Sub-Division
Mirza Estate Land Sub-Division
Illegal Land Sub-Division opposite Qasim Garden
Rana Garden Housing SchemeMouza Raiwind, Near Raiwind Flyover, Raiwind
Azan Park Land Sub-DivisionMouza Raiwind, Raiwind Bypass, Lahore
LDA Illegal Societies in Lahore
Housing/Development Project
Al-Madina City
Al-Noor City
Bahria City Lahore
DHA City Lahore
Eden City
Eiffel Tower Garden
Golden Park
Green City
Gulshan e Iqbal Lahore
Lake City
Lahore Smart City
LDA City Lahore
Model Town Lahore
New Lahore City
Park Avenue
DHA Phase 6 Lahore
DHA Phase 7 Lahore
DHA Phase 8 Lahore
DHA Phase 9 Lahore
DHA Phase 10 Lahore

There are a number of things you can do to avoid investing in an illegal housing scheme:

Only invest in housing schemes that are approved by the LDA.
Check the LDA website for a list of approved housing schemes.
Visit the LDA office to verify that the housing scheme is approved.
Ask the developer for a copy of the LDA approval letter.
Do your own research on the developer and the housing scheme.
Talk to other investors about their experiences.
If you have already invested in an illegal housing scheme

If you have already invested in an illegal housing scheme, there are a few things you can do:

Contact the LDA to see if they are willing to regularize the housing scheme.
Try to sell your property to another investor.
File a complaint against the developer with the LDA or the police.

Conclusion

It is important to be aware of the risks of investing in an illegal housing scheme. By following the tips above, you can avoid investing in an illegal housing scheme and protect your investment.

Additional tips

If you are unsure about whether a housing scheme is approved by the LDA, you can always contact the LDA office for verification.
Be wary of developers who offer high returns on investment in a short period of time. This is often a sign of a scam.
Do not invest in a housing scheme until you have seen the LDA approval letter and verified the authenticity of the developer.
Be aware of the red flags, such as lack of basic infrastructure, poor quality construction, and difficulty obtaining legal title to the property.

Disclaimer

The information in this blog is for educational and informational purposes only. It is not intended to be a substitute for professional advice. Readers should consult with a qualified professional before making any decisions based on the information in this blog.The author of this blog assumes no responsibility or liability for any errors or omissions in the content of this blog.
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