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Icon Valley resort to help promote tourism in Paksitan
The participants of British Pakistani Professionals’ Forum’s Eid dinner held out the Icon Valley equipped fully with the modern facilities as a very useful project for the overseas Pakistani community.
Speaking on the occasion the CEO of the project Zia Mohiuddin said “we are introducing a holiday tourist resort of international level for the overseas Pakistanis at Lahore in the form of Icon Valley where their children would avail all playing facilities under one roof. “
Managing Director Icon Valley Kashif Javaid said that “the Icon valley is situated at Raiwind Road spreading over an area of 208 canals and they had not yet taken a single penny from their customers and introduced the units in the market only after three years when 90 per cent of the infra structure had since been completed.”
“Permission has been obtained for utilities including electricity, gas and water after the approval from Lahore Development Authority. 24 hours electricity supply supported by generators would be available at the resort with security guards and CCTV cameras to ensure safety of the inmates.”
He said, “Green area would cover 60 canals of the total area i.e. more than the minimum requirement of the condition. The keys would be handed over to the buyers after two years on completion of the installments. This would be a five star resort having one-bed room suit, one bed-room condo, 2-bed room condo and 5 marla villas. Special discount is being offered on its launching. He said the open day was very successful at Glasgow as seven properties were booked the same day and hopefully all units would be sold out within the next two to two and half months.”
Chairman of the forum Dr Rizwan Maniar thanking the Icon Valley for its sponsorship said Pakistan needed such projects which surely would bring about changes.
The PR and marketing head of the project Aneeqa Malik said “we are providing facilities to our customers at the resort akin to those they are availing here. She said with the launching of the project at Lahore the people would also get job opportunities. She said detailed information about the project could be had by visiting the project’s website besides her office in Central London.
Shafique Mohammed of the Forum said the people found an opportunity to get first hand information about the project which was a good thing.
A woman participant Farah said she liked the project as it has all facilities available in the U.K. and found it especially useful for those who did not like hotels and prefer staying at homes. The participants asked questions about the Icon valley project and described it very beneficial for the overseas community.