Housing is a basic and fundamental human need. Today, there is a virtual housing crisis in the country. Rapid population growth, overcrowding, shortage of supply, aging housing stock, development of slums and Katchi Abadis, sera city of land and lack of financial resources has further aggravated the situation.
Pakistan is the seventh-most populist country in the world. According to the 2017 census, its population is 207.7 million and has grown at the rate of 2.4 percent per year in the intercensal period. Its urban population, on the other hand, has grown at the rate of 2.7 percent per year during the same period and is estimated at 75.5 million.According to the 2017 census, total number of housing units throughout the countrywas 32.2 million. 63.6% housing was in rural areas and 36.4% in urban areas.
Canadian City Gwadar was established as a response to the emerging importance of the strategic location and future of the Gwadar. The pioneers in the land development, with colossal experience, joined hands with each other and came up with the progressive notion of giving affordable, convenient and promising investment opportunity to the people who want to invest in real estate.
Mr. Mushtaq Hussain Khokhar, CEO of Canadian City Gwadar joined hands with Col.Abid Siddiqui and Haji Lal Baksh Baloch to lay the footing of spick-and-span housing scheme under the name of Canadian City Gwadar.
To accelerate the Pakistan’s top notch property and land development transition.
To develop the land projects in harmony with the latest trends and highest standards of town planning, engineering, designing and constructions.