January 27, 2023
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the China Overseas Port Holding Company (COPHC) concession agreement for infrastructure development

Update: August 3, 2022. The government has decided to build a breakwater at Jebel-e-Nooh to expand the port of Gwadar. according to the news agency. The estimated cost of the project will be Rs.42.19 billion and will completed in ten years. The construction of the breakwater is necessary for the berth expansion. to provide calm berth conditions for the berth to developed on the east side of the berth. The decision to build the breakwater made by experts after fulfilling.

Associated Free Zone

The requirements of the Gwadar Port Master Plan (ADL 2007). and the China Overseas Port Holding Company (COPHC) concession agreement for infrastructure development. The Gwadar Port Authority (GPA). is currently working on a master plan for the development of Gwadar Port. including the associated Free Zone. COPHC required to expand the Gwadar deep sea port under the concession agreement. Breakwaters provide adequate protection against high tides and monsoon waves. and help maintain optimal conditions for docking.

New central business district

Future expansion of the port through. the construction of a berth will allow new generations of ships to dock. and protect the area within the 2007 breakwater master plan, for example. after Islamabad Gwadar is the second city in Pakistan. to developed as a master plan according to international standards. In recent developments. the port city has established a new central business district (CBD) under a master plan. covering an area of 2,500 acres and a 280 km road network.

Waste water treatment plant

These developments announced by Gwadar Development Authority Director General Mujeeb-ur-Rehman Kambrani. at the Gwadar National Conference. Construction to provide better healthcare services to people living in port cities. He also noted that the city connected to two dams. Shadi Kaur and Saud, via a continuous pipeline to deliver water. to the waste water treatment plant. as well as use waste water for agriculture and irrigation.

China-Pakistan Economy (CPEC

Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif inaugurated. the six-lane East Bay Expressway during his visit to Gwadar. The expressway will link Gwadar with Makran Coastal Highway. and link to Karachi, making it easier for travelers to travel between the two ports. The Gwadar Eastbay Expressway forms part of the corridor. China-Pakistan Economy (CPEC) and is the main route used by port. and free zone traffic to access the national highway network for smooth transportation.

Gwadar Exhibition Center

The prime minister also laid. the foundation stone for seven new projects in the city. including the Gwadar desalination plant. Hangeng Agricultural Industrial Park Gwadar Exhibition Center and Gwadar Fertilizer Factory. The prime minister instructed the responsible officials to complete. the project within the allotted time for the benefit of the people of the country and Gwadar.

Collaboration with Chinese officials

The Ministry of Climate Change in Pakistan. has launched the Clean and Green Gwadar initiative, which is currently underway. in collaboration with Chinese officials The initiative meant to make. the port greener by building green belts and creating parks. In addition to improving the urban infrastructure. and natural environment. The clean and green initiative also aims to turn Gwadar into a ‘Zero Waste City’. by setting up a state-of-the-art waste and liquid waste treatment plant in the next five years.

Update (January 31, 2022)

Additionally tree planting has recently completed at locations near the city’s main roads. such as Marine Drive, Shaheed Captain Road Syed Hashmi Avenue (Old Airport). and Pakistan-China Friendship Road. : Recent developments in Gwadar have put it on the map. Today the port city is the center of several major projects developed under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). The city’s infrastructure has been rapidly upgraded. Projects such as Marine Drive are reshaping and improving the urban landscape. Obviously modern.

International Cricket Council

Recently, a beautiful cricket ground has opened in Gwadar, ideal for international cricket matches. The International Cricket Council (ICC) in a tweet referred to the venue. It was a “beautiful stadium” and was certainly a moment of pride for the entire country. There was a big development in the city. Gwadar Development Agency (GDA).

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