Letter Number:6/17/Misc/D-28/2005 Dated:March 11, 2008
Issued By: Ministry of Defence Clearance from negative area; Graceland Housing project of concrete solution (PVT) LTD
Letter Number: DD (EIA)/EPA/F-757(IEE)/0406/2012/784 Dated: July 9, 2013
Issued By: Environment Protection Department Environmental Approval
Letter Number: HQCAA/1117/006/ARAS(P/C) /094 Dated:3rd February, 2014
Issued By: Director Airspace and Aerodome Regulations, HQs Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority Revision of NOC for provision of heights for construction of buildings at Graceland Housing Society, Mouza Mangial & Qutbal, Tehsil Fateh Jang, District Attock
Letter Number:AHQ/1532/2/ATS (PC-26/14) Dated:May 5, 2014
Issued by:Air Headquarters, Islamabad NOC for construction of buildings at Graceland Housing society Mouza Mangial &Qutbal Tehsil Fateh Jang District Attock
Letter Number:614/TMAF Dated:June 25, 2014
Issued By: Tehsil Municipal Administration Sanction of scheme Graceland Housing scheme Mauza Mangial & Qutbal Tehsil Fateh Jang District Attock
Graceland Housing Islamabad
After the construction of New Islamabad International airport the business growth pattern in the area has shifted drastically towards the adjoining areas of the airport. More businesses and hotels are going to be built around it. And thus there is a need for more residential facilities there. The areas around the airport have become the hub for commercial activity thus leading to a big jump in demand for residential facilities in the vicinity. A new economic growth zone has emerged.
The Govt of Pakistan taking notice of the increasing trend of prices, and shortage in the residential sectors of Islamabad and even Rawalpindi, decided to privatize the land North of Kashmir Highway and West of G.T Road designated as Zone 2 for development by Co-Operative Societies and Developers.
Graceland housing is established in that zone with proper Government Approvals.
The strategic location of the Graceland Housing Society makes it one of the most attractive and in-demand housing societies within the twin-cities i.e., Islamabad and Rawalpindi. Key landmarks in its surroundings include: