Defence Housing Authority Lahore is Nationally recognized corporate organization that has endeavored to provide, to the people of Pakistan, an opportunity to live the innovative models of modern living.
Tuned to the latest worldwide developments in the field of Urban and Community Management, it has added the grandeur of our cities and communities.
Relying on the elements of strategic urban planning, development and sustainability it has carved out its residential and commercial projects.
By introducing modern designs in construction of houses, infrastructure and essential associated facilities it has infused a new life in DEFENCE LIVING, that is beautifully energetic, attractively vibrant and conveniently livable.
Our emphasis continues to remain on building our communities with the essence of our socio-cultural and religious traditions & needs. We envision our future urban dwellings to be more friendly, modern and green.
DHA LAHORE OFFICIAL WEB SITE : www.dhalahore.org
Defence Housing authority is one of the most well planned societies in the whole of Pakistan.
Currently, DHA has seven phases, from phase 1 to phase 7 that are open for possession by the civilian population. The remaining four phases, from phase 8 to 11 are either in the process of development or have not seen the start of development even.
Each phase has a number of sectors or blocks having English alphabets as their names which are further subdivided into plots for the construction of houses ranging from land area five marla (approx. 1361 square feet) to 2 canal (approx. 10890 square feet). Each phase also has a central commercial area for shops and offices catering to the community. The phases with the most construction and population are the Phases 1 to 5, with Phase 6 and 7 being the least developed. The overall plan of Phases 1 to 4 displays an older style of town development with narrower roads, streets and grassy areas, also without underground wiring for electrification, while also lacking sector mosques. Phase 5,6 and 7 being the most recent in terms of planning and development show sixty feet roads as well as broader streets, with underground electrification and each sector or block having its own mosque.