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CDA. Procedures for Business Community

Capital Development Authority operates under its standard procedures. The procedures listed below are the most frequently requested. However, this is not intended to be a complete list of operating procedures. These procedures are provided for informational purposes only.

CDA reserves the right to modify or replace a posted procedure or policy at any time without notice. If you do not find any procedure here, please Ask CDA

  1. Procedure required for Change of Trade.
  2. Registration of Contractors/ Firms in CDA.
  3. Contract Awarding Procedure.
  4. Permission to Display Signboard/Pana Flex/Neon Sign Etc.
  5. Property Tax Examption Declaration Form.
  6. Life-cycle of a Project
 
1. Requirements for Change of Trade.

Application addressed to Director Municipal Administration, CDA Islamabad.

  • NIC Copy of allottee (s) 4 Nos.
  • Copy of allotment letter
2. Registration of Contractors/ Firms in CDA.

Contractors/ Firms are registered in CDA through Directorate General Works.
Following are the required documents :

For further inquiry Please contact at 051-9215376

3. Contract Awarding Procedure.

Projects are as a first step, advertised in major newspapers of the country with the appropriate heading, depending on their nature. Tender notices and Pre-Qualification Notices are dealt with via their respective directorates, indicated at the end of each advertisement. The projects that the PMO is responsible for have a different procedure.

Depending on the nature, size and scope of the project, an advertisement for an Expression of Interest (EOI) is placed in the newspaper. Usually an EOI form prepared by the CDA is uploaded on to the CDA website with prospective developers required to download the form and fill it out as necessary. This stage of the process is relatively uncomplicated and straightforward, mainly serving as an indicator to evaluators in the CDA as to the experience and expertise of prospective developers.

Responses to the EOI are then evaluated, with qualified parties advancing to the Request for Qualifications (RFQ) stage where they are provided with the RFQ document, outlining specific project-related requirements which they are then required to satisfy. After prospective developers submit RFQs, they are then evaluated again and the evaluated proposers provided with a Request for Proposal document. This document is very precise and detailed, requiring specific Technical and Financial details of the project. Finally, after the RFPs have been evaluated, one developer is chosen and a contract is entered into, depending on the nature and scope of the venture.

4. Permission to Display Signboard/Pana Flex/Neon Sign Etc.
  • Application to Director M.A,CDA.
  • Download Related Application Form here

  • Affidavit
  • Copy of NIC of the applicant
  • Copy of lease/rent agreement/ownership proof
5. Property Tax Examption Declaration Form.
  • Examption Declaration Form.
  • Download Related Examption Form here

  • Affidavit
  • Copy of NIC of the applicant
  • Copy of lease/rent agreement/ownership proof
6. Life-cycle of a Project?

Depending on the nature, size and scope of the assignment, a generic life-cycle can:

  • EOI
  • Evaluation
  • Request for qualification (RFQ)
  • Evaluation
  • Request for proposal (RFP)
  • Award of Contract

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