Bahria Town Phase 8 Rawalpindi Form and BallotingBy Guest Blogger • Oct 31st, 2010 • Category: Misc • 6 Comments
Bahria Town is the force turning the vision of Pakistan into reality. Bahria Town’s 20,000 direct employees are delivering iconic developments, driving leadership, pioneering innovation and creating a legacy for generations to come. Landmark buildings, thriving communities, market leading retail offerings and unprecedented investment opportunities.
We are making a huge contribution to the improvement of people’s life and opportunities. Discover Bahria Town through the 6 Divisions based on Master Planned Communities, Education, Healthcare, Media, Recreation/Retail and Hospitality.
Bahria Town has been shaping landscapes and lives in Pakistan since the company’s inception in 1996. Not just building homes, Bahria Town has developed value-added, master-planned communities housing thousands of families enjoying a complete living experience. When complete, projects such as the JV D&B Valley, Golf City, Garden City, Bahria Icon and many more under development will accommodate more than a million residents and will cover over 1 billion sq ft. Bahria Town’s 21,000 employees are delivering USD 5 billion of iconic developments, driving leadership, pioneering innovation and creating a legacy for generations to come. Bahria Town is the prime mover of the Pakistan’s real estate and construction sector.
The pioneering action came after Bahria Town Chairman Malik Riaz Hussain recommended a series of initiatives as part of the company’s new program on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). We are re-doubling our efforts in the area of CSR and building knowledge and best practices, while setting an example in corporate transparency. We hope others will do the same. Making profits is not enough. The greatest privilege is to support the society, from which we draw our sustenance. Bahria Town takes these responsibilities very seriously. We care deeply about the environment and the societies in which we operate, and we’re determined to play our part in caring for the disadvantaged and promoting civic values and providing sustenance on a long term basis. We have always emphasized that its time for a radical change in our part of the world for some time, but words are no longer enough. Businesses need to realize that by implementing socially responsible and sustainable programs that benefit the society and raise the standard of living, they are also helping to make their own businesses highly sustainable.