LAHORE (PPI): Punjab Chief Minister, Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has said that no road cuts will be allowed after completion of new roads and the departments implementing development projects should maintain a close coordination in this regard. He said that the removal of billboards has ,added, to the beauty of the provincial metropolis while the people have also breathed a sigh of relief. He said that for the purpose of beautification of the City and provision of a healthy atmosphere to the citizens, Parks and Horticulture Authority (PHA) should accelerate the pace of development activities and ensure completion of projects within a timeframe. He said that all-out facilities would be provided on the pattern of developed countries at M.M. Alam Road for the purpose of accelerating business activities. He was addressing a high-level meeting regarding implementation of various projects of Parks & Horticulture Authority in the provincial metropolis, construction of parking plazas in Liberty Market and the project of Park & Ride at M.M. Alam Road at Chief Ministers Secretariat, here on Monday. He said that maximum number of trees, should be planted besides construction of monuments and landscapes at the Airport Road and this process should be completed by September 30 with the completion of the road. He said that parking plazas will be constructed at Liberty Market for the benefit of the citizens as well as improving traffic system and he would lay the foundation stone of the first parking plaza on July 30th. He said that govt is paying special attention to provision of a healthy atmosphere and recreational facilities to the masses and a number of projects are being implemented in the province for this purpose. He said that due attention is also being paid to the development of parks, playgrounds and provision of other facilities in backward areas. He said that solid measures are also being taken for transforming Lahore into the City of Gardens and revival of its historical beauty and a timeframe has been evolved for the completion of various projects in this regard. He said that the work on development of picnic spots, jogging tracks and other recreational facilities at the canal from Jallo to Thokar Niaz Beg should be completed by October 1 while two cultural villages should be set up by November 1. He said that Lower Mall Road will be improved from Anarkali Chowk to Post Master General Office and the project of developing a book street and tea house will be completed by September 15. He directed that services of foreign experts should be acquired for beautification of Kamran Barah Dari and Ravi Lake Project. He said that for Circular Garden Lahore, the area from Lohari Gate to Delhi Gate has been selected and in addition to beautification of this area, four traditional craft bazaars would also be set up. He directed that provision of necessary services should be ensured before construction of all roads in the province and permission for road cuts should not be given after completion of roads. He also ordered selection of a suitable site for the shifting of Lorry Adda and directed that all possible facilities should be made available at the new site for the benefit of the passengers. He said that this project should be outsourced for this purpose. Members National Assembly, Muhammad Riaz Malik, Muhammad Afzal Khokhar, Sh. Rohail Asghar, Members Provincial Assembly, Dr. Saeed Elahi, Ejaz Ahmed Khan, Naveed Anjum, Wasim Qadir, Khawaja Salman Rafique, Mohsin Latif, Rana Muhammad Iqbal Khan, Chairman Task force Khawaja Ahmad Hassan as well as senior officers concerned were present. Earlier, Director General PHA Dr. Raheel Siddiqui gave a detailed briefing regarding various projects while Director General LDA informed the meeting about improvement of M.M. Alam Road and construction of plazas in Liberty Market.