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Old June 17th, 2013, 03:34 AM   #441
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Old June 17th, 2013, 08:06 AM   #442
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Dhaka is going to have its biggest graveyard at Rayerbazar ready by December this year to meet growing demand for burial plots in the capital.
Dhaka North City Corporation (DNCC) took up the project in 2011 to accommodate around 80,500 burial plots, said a DNCC official.
Bangladesh Army’s 14 Independent Engineering Brigade has been implementing the Tk 505.60 crore scheme covering over 96.23 acres.
The Dhaka deputy commissioner’s office has already acquired 77.39 acres and handed over to the DNCC last year, said an official at the DC’s office.
The city currently has six official graveyards. Of them, Jurain and Azimpur graveyards fall under the Dhaka South City Corporation (DSCC).
The four under the DNCC are Mirpur Martyred Intellectuals graveyard, Banani graveyard and one each at sectors 4 and 12 in Uttara. But these burial grounds cannot meet rising demand for burial plots in the city.
On an average, around 100 bodies are buried in Azimpur graveyard each day, some 35 to 40 in Jurain, around 30 in Mirpur and two to three in Banani, said city corporation officials.
About 20 bodies are buried in two graveyards at Uttara in a month.
Iqbal Habib, joint secretary of Bangladesh Paribesh Andolon, said graveyards totalling around 30 to 40 acres are needed for a population of one lakh.
The population of Dhaka city stands at around 1.35 crore, for which around 4,050 to 5,400 acres of burial land is necessary, he added.
LAND OWNERS FRUSTRATED
Without giving sufficient time to shift the structures from the land acquired for graveyards, authorities evicted people from around 50 houses and structures of the site at Rayerbazar, locals claimed.
Mohammad Delowar Hossain, owner of a 24-katha land, recently told The Daily Star that the authorities had been putting pressure on them to vacate the land.
Refuting the allegations, Sharif Uddin, project director of the graveyard, said they did not evict anyone.
Nazrul Islam, additional land acquisition officer of Dhaka Deputy Commissioner Office, said there were 14 writ petitions filed against the acquisition of land.
The victims had been demanding rehabilitation, he added.

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Old June 17th, 2013, 04:50 PM   #443
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Some impressive looking towers coming up in Motijheel it seems. Motijheel is long overdue for some much-needed renovation. Always felt that that part of town is kinda stale and dated for such an important business district. It has fallen way behind Panthapath, Kawran Bazar and Nikunjo in terms of modernisation.
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Old June 18th, 2013, 06:01 AM   #444
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Old June 18th, 2013, 06:07 AM   #445
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Sarak Bhaban to move to new location

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The communications ministry on Wednesday started the groundwork for shifting Sarak Bhaban from the Supreme Court premises to the capital’s Tejgaon following a High Court order.
The communications minister, Obaidul Quader, on the day visited the Roads and Highways Department workshop, which has been selected for Sarak Bhaban at Tejgaon.
The High Court on Tuesday ordered the handover of the building ‘A’ of Sarak Bhaban to the Supreme Court within a month.
Obaidul Quader had said earlier they had met the chief justice to give the RHD four months for handing over the building.
‘However the court refused our request and we got one month for the handover,’ he said.
The government had already signed a contract with the Asian Development Bank to construct a 10-storey and about 1.5 lakh square feet Sarak Bhaban at Tejgaon with a fund of Tk 123 crore, he said.
‘The new building’s physical work will start within November-December this year,’ the minister said, adding, ‘meantime, we will shift our property to a two-storey building and a four-storey steel frame at the workshop.’
Some of the property had already been shifted to the bridges division, he informed.
About the funding of the Padma Bridge project, Obaidul Quader said if the government had been strict with its July 2012 decision to build the bridge with its own funding, at least the construction work of the bridge would start by this time.
The RHD workshop is on an 18-acre land which also has equipment control and store divisions.
In a verdict last year, the Sarak Bhaban authorities ordered the handover of the land belonging to the Supreme Court.
But as the Sarak Bhaban authorities failed to comply with the order, the High Court issued an order charging them with contempt of court.
After that, the authorities sought more time to hand over the building ‘A’ and ‘MIS building’ to the Supreme Court.
The minister was accompanied, among others, by RHD chief engineer Mohammad Aminur Rahman Lasker.

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Old June 18th, 2013, 06:29 AM   #446
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Tax system simplified for housing sector

FRIDAY, 07 JUNE 2013 AUTHOR / SOURCE: SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT
Dhaka, JUNE 6: With the aim of providing housing facilities to every citizen, the government has simplified the tax system relating to investments in the country’s housing sector. This new system, the finance minister explained, would inject more dynamism into the stagnant housing sector.

Under the new system, investors will have to pay Tk. 5,000 per square metre up to 200 sq. metres for houses and flats situated at Gulshan Model Town, Banani, Baridhara, Motijheel Commercial Area and Dilkusha Commercial Area of Dhaka. The rate will be Tk. 7,000 per sq. metre above 200 sq. metres.
The rate will be Tk. 4,000 per sq. meter up to 200 sq. metres for houses and flats in Dhanmandi Residential Area, Defence Officers Housing Society (DOHS), Mahakhali, Lalmatia Housing Society, Uttara Model Town, Bashundhara Residential Area, Dhaka Cantonment, Kawran Bazar, Bijaynagar, Segunbagicha, Nikunja of Dhaka and Panchlaish, Khulshi, Agrabad and Nasirabad area of Chittagong. The rate will be Tk. 5,000 per sq. metre above 200 sq. metres.
In other areas of City Corporations, the rate will be Tk. 2,000 per sq. metre up to 200 sq. metres and Tk. 3,500 per sq. metre above 200 sq. metres. In the case of the paura sabha of any district headquarters, the rate will be Tk. 1,000 per sq. metre up to 200 sq. metres and Tk. 1,500 per sq. metre above 200 sq. metres.
In other areas, including upazilas, the rate will be Tk. 750 per sq. metre up to 200 sq. metres and Tk. 1,000 per sq. metre above 200 sq. metres. In case of more than one house or flat, the rate of tax will be an additional 20 per cent.
In case of purchase of plots and lands, the tax rate will be 10 per cent on the total value. In case of purchase of more than one plot and land, there will be a 20 per cent additional tax on the sum payable.
Finance minister AMA Muhith announced the new rates in his budget speech and added that these would simplify the tax system relating to investments in the housing sector. “I would also propose to reduce the rate of tax at source on real estate developers,” said the finance minister.
Providing housing facilities to all citizens in a densely populated country like Bangladesh poses a great challenge to the government, he said. In order to take this challenge head on, the government has taken various steps to encourage private housing sector apart from its own initiatives, he added.

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Old June 18th, 2013, 06:33 AM   #447
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WASA to install new pipelines to ensure safe drinking water

In a bid to ensure drinking water right from the tap, Dhaka Water Supply and Sewerage Authority (DWASA) has taken up an initiative to set up new pipelines in the city using the district metered area (DMA) system, reports UNB.
"DWASA with financial support from the Asian Development Bank (ADB) has already started work in the city's Banani and Ghulshan areas to set up pipelines using the DMA system. On completion of the work, illegal leakage in pipelines could be removed and we hope that city dwellers can drink tap water," said DWASA Managing Director Taqsim A Khan.
The Dwasa MD was talking to reporters at a views-exchange meeting at its office.
Claiming that now there is no water crisis in the city, Taqsim said the production capacity of DWASA now stands at around 242 crore litre a day against the demand for 213-225 crore litre.
Taqsim said the authorities concerned have taken up a long-term plan to go for surface water sources to meet the growing water demand in the city reducing its dependence on groundwater.
"Now about 78 per cent WASA water comes from groundwater source while only 22 percent from the surface," he said adding that DWASA has taken a plan to bring its 70 percent water from the over-ground sources.
Taqsim said Dwasa will install three water treatment plants to increase its dependence on surface water sources.
"The government has already signed an agreement with China to set up Padma-Jamuldia water treatment plant. The project will be completed within 36 months of its beginning. The plant capacity will be about 45 crore litres of water a day," he said.
Official sources said DWASA will bring water from Jamuldia point of the Padma River and a water treatment plant will be set up in Munshiganj district. Meanwhile, the authorities concerned appointed a consultant to give advice how to install the water treatment plant in the area.
Taqsim said Dwasa with financial support from the ADB will set up Gandabpur power treatment plant. Besides, Dwasa with financial support from Denmark government will start work to set up Sayedabad water treatment plant Phase-3 next year, he added.
He said Dwasa did not face any trouble to supply water to the city dwellers in this dry season, and hoped it will not face any water crisis in the upcoming Ramadan either. "We have dual connections… hope there'll be no water crisis during the Ramadan."
About the city's water logging, Taqsim said once there were some 65 cannels in the city. But, all those have been grabbed, so rainwater can't run off properly, which creates acute 'water congestion' in the city. "We're trying to protect the city's remaining cannels to ensure the rainwater flow."
He stressed the need for bringing the drainage management under a body to ensure a smooth drainage system in the capital.
About Dwasa revenue growth, Taqsim said the Dwasa raised its revenue of Tk 800 crore in 2012 from only Tk 300 crore in 2008.

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Old June 19th, 2013, 08:39 PM   #449
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The no. of highrises in Dhaka is pathetic. There's not even a single building that's taller than 150 meters It's imperative that government lifts the height restriction ban immediately from certain areas which are far enough from the airport and BAF base camp. The Chinese city Shenzhen currently has 9 supertalls (building taller than 300 meter) under construction. One 50-storied highrise can compensate for ten 5-storied lowrise buildings. Dhaka has the potential to boast the second best skyline in South Asia, but due to the negligence of the government the city looks lackluster. If we're feeling proud of these so called 'developments', we really need to open our eyes and see how fast the rest of the world is progressing

Even Panama city, which has a population of mere 9 lakh, boasts 17 buildings taller than 200 meter. All of those skyscrapers were built after 2007
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The no. of highrises in Dhaka is pathetic. There's not even a single building that's taller than 150 meters It's imperative that government lifts the height restriction ban immediately from certain areas which are far enough from the airport and BAF base camp. The Chinese city Shenzhen currently has 9 supertalls (building taller than 300 meter) under construction. One 50-storied highrise can compensate for ten 5-storied lowrise buildings. Dhaka has the potential to boast the second best skyline in South Asia, but due to the negligence of the government the city looks lackluster. If we're feeling proud of these so called 'developments', we really need to open our eyes and see how fast the rest of the world is progressing

Even Panama city, which has a population of mere 9 lakh, boasts 17 buildings taller than 200 meter. All of those skyscrapers were built after 2007

Dhaka has soft soil, I am surprised that it has been allowed to have 37stories . My father was a geologist so we used to get told this.
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The no. of highrises in Dhaka is pathetic. There's not even a single building that's taller than 150 meters It's imperative that government lifts the height restriction ban immediately from certain areas which are far enough from the airport and BAF base camp. The Chinese city Shenzhen currently has 9 supertalls (building taller than 300 meter) under construction. One 50-storied highrise can compensate for ten 5-storied lowrise buildings. Dhaka has the potential to boast the second best skyline in South Asia, but due to the negligence of the government the city looks lackluster. If we're feeling proud of these so called 'developments', we really need to open our eyes and see how fast the rest of the world is progressing

Even Panama city, which has a population of mere 9 lakh, boasts 17 buildings taller than 200 meter. All of those skyscrapers were built after 2007
Haque F is correct. The cost of digging and laying foundations for a supertall in Dhaka's soil would be prohibitively high. Only reason for doing so would be for national or civic pride, and Bangladesh isn't rich enough for such extravagances just yet. A skyline doesn't have to have supertall buildings in it to be impressive. I am always impressed when I see pictures of Sao Paulo - and this is what I envision Dhaka looking like in a couple of decades.

That being said, I am sure Dhaka will have a 50 floor building sooner or later. A mid-rise skyscraper such as a 50 floor can have just as much floorspace (if not more) as a supertall - and is much more practical from an economic standpoint.
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Haque F is correct. The cost of digging and laying foundations for a supertall in Dhaka's soil would be prohibitively high. Only reason for doing so would be for national or civic pride, and Bangladesh isn't rich enough for such extravagances just yet. A skyline doesn't have to have supertall buildings in it to be impressive. I am always impressed when I see pictures of Sao Paulo - and this is what I envision Dhaka looking like in a couple of decades.

That being said, I am sure Dhaka will have a 50 floor building sooner or later. A mid-rise skyscraper such as a 50 floor can have just as much floorspace (if not more) as a supertall - and is much more practical from an economic standpoint.
Pride runs rampant and strong in the Indian subcontinent and who where else is it such. The only reason why you don't see the supertalls in Dhaka is because of security nobody wants to invest when they are not certain what will happen when government changes. The stupid law of you cant build beyond a certain height is the second most important factor. Kick out the cantonment from Dhaka including the old airport and put in people with knowledge and not intellectual prostitutes at the helm of institutes such as DIT or CAAB and you will how fast things rise.

With labor costs being super cheap and material cost being not that expensive it shouldn't be difficult building talls and mid rises. Its also self paying you can sell floors before they you even dig an inch of foundations.
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Haque F is correct. The cost of digging and laying foundations for a supertall in Dhaka's soil would be prohibitively high. Only reason for doing so would be for national or civic pride, and Bangladesh isn't rich enough for such extravagances just yet. A skyline doesn't have to have supertall buildings in it to be impressive. I am always impressed when I see pictures of Sao Paulo - and this is what I envision Dhaka looking like in a couple of decades.
I agree with you,I think the architecture and design elements of buildings are more important than their height.For example,there are many very tall buildings in Dubai that are just TALL BOXES.From the street level,they dont really look like eye candy.I would be happy to see 15-30 storied buildings in Dhaka,as long as they look contemporary and add to the citys modern look.
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I agree with you,I think the architecture and design elements of buildings are more important than their height.For example,there are many very tall buildings in Dubai that are just TALL BOXES.From the street level,they dont really look like eye candy.I would be happy to see 15-30 storied buildings in Dhaka,as long as they look contemporary and add to the citys modern look.
I would like to see legal buildings for starters. On May 19, The Jugantor discussed how 10,000 buildings in the city are illegal.

For example: In Banani, Iqbal Tower is 20 stories (allowed 6). In Gulshan, Jabbar Tower is 22 stories (allowed 6), Premiere Square (aka Courtyard Marriott) is 20 stories (allowed 13), Bulu S Tower is 20 stories (allowed 6), the entire Taher Tower at Gulshan-2 Circle is unapproved, Union Tower (allowed 6) is 12 stories, Rupayan Golden Age (allowed 6) is 12 stories. Not to mention Gulshan Center Point at Gulshan-2 Circle being too tall, Westin not having a parking lot and DCC Borak Unique Center being much taller than approved.

And we wonder why there is traffic in Gulshan? Imagine the whole list for the city!
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I would like to see legal buildings for starters. On May 19, The Jugantor discussed how 10,000 buildings in the city are illegal.

For example: In Banani, Iqbal Tower is 20 stories (allowed 6). In Gulshan, Jabbar Tower is 22 stories (allowed 6), Premiere Square (aka Courtyard Marriott) is 20 stories (allowed 13), Bulu S Tower is 20 stories (allowed 6), the entire Taher Tower at Gulshan-2 Circle is unapproved, Union Tower (allowed 6) is 12 stories, Rupayan Golden Age (allowed 6) is 12 stories. Not to mention Gulshan Center Point at Gulshan-2 Circle being too tall, Westin not having a parking lot and DCC Borak Unique Center being much taller than approved.

And we wonder why there is traffic in Gulshan? Imagine the whole list for the city!
A glaring illegality in the face of Rajuk, the local municipalities, yet the government simply ignores the fact? So much for rule of law.
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A glaring illegality in the face of Rajuk, the local municipalities, yet the government simply ignores the fact? So much for rule of law.
The only building that I know of that was demolished for partially illegal in my time is Rangs Bhaban.
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The only building that I know of that was demolished for partially illegal in my time is Rangs Bhaban.
I remember that one. Wasn't it done during the last caretaker government? That's the reason why.
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I remember that one. Wasn't it done during the last caretaker government? That's the reason why.
Because it was hindering the activities of the air force such an action was taken and to show people that the then government was acting on the peoples behalf.
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I would like to see legal buildings for starters. On May 19, The Jugantor discussed how 10,000 buildings in the city are illegal.

For example: In Banani, Iqbal Tower is 20 stories (allowed 6). In Gulshan, Jabbar Tower is 22 stories (allowed 6), Premiere Square (aka Courtyard Marriott) is 20 stories (allowed 13), Bulu S Tower is 20 stories (allowed 6), the entire Taher Tower at Gulshan-2 Circle is unapproved, Union Tower (allowed 6) is 12 stories, Rupayan Golden Age (allowed 6) is 12 stories. Not to mention Gulshan Center Point at Gulshan-2 Circle being too tall, Westin not having a parking lot and DCC Borak Unique Center being much taller than approved.

And we wonder why there is traffic in Gulshan? Imagine the whole list for the city!
The height restriction is due to CAAB's irrational fears of planes flying LOW,not because of parking or traffic considerations.So the legal issue is meaningless for me.
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