LDA Avenue offers affordable plots across a development that plans to offer all the necessary services and amenities required for convenient healthy and satisfied living. Amongst others plans show spaces for parks colleges schools hospitals mosques commercial areas ample parking and a well designed road network linking up the different areas.
Launched in 2002 by the Lahore Development Authority with an area of 16000 kanal (approx.) LDA Avenue offers reasonably priced housing plots within a housing scheme conveniently located on the verge of Main Raiwind road near to Shaukat Khanum Hospital with Johar Town and Wapda Town just a few minutes drive away.
In their manifesto they state: > LDA attempts to turn Lahore into an "attainable city" with combined support of people private sector and different level of the Government where overwhelming majority enjoys convenient healthful and satisfied living. >
Plot prices vary depending on location and size and it is wise to shop around to find the best spot to suit your needs.
For a 10 Marla plot prices range from Rs. 350000 - 72000000 depending on location. A 10 Marla plot in block L for example would cost around Rs. 3500000 whereas a plot of the same size in block A is around Rs. 6500000 and block M around Rs. 7200000.
Prices are highly dependent upon which amenities and services are in close proximity and the general location of the plot within the complex so be sure to check the map and speak with the sales advisor to be sure of its location and help visualise the surroundings of your future house.
For a 1 Kanal residential plot prices range from 7200000 right up to 36000000 depending on location. A 1 Kanal residential plot in Block H for example could cost around Rs. 7200000 whereas one in Block C around Rs. 20000000 and one in Block H around Rs. 36000000.
Now that the much publicized litigation dispute regarding original ownership of allocated LDA Avenue plots has been resolved things seem to be back on track and plots are again being bought and sold ready for development and without further delay.
In April 2016 the Lahore Development Authority (LDA) announced they were to invest more than Rs100 million into improving the infrastructure of LDA Avenue 1 adding that they planned on upgrading and remodelling the existing one window cell at LDA Avenue 1's community center to help increase public facilitation.
In an interview with the Express Tribune in April 2016 LDA Chief Engineer Israr Saeed said > Most of the development work has been completed. However the scheme could not be populated due to various reasons including litigation. In the next nine months or so the situation will change. Right now people have to face great hassle at our One Window Cell. With the completion of the new building things will improve. > ï¿½
Development work of the entire site is underway and core elements such as electricity water sewage systems and main roads are reported to be complete.
Prices Stand October 2016