KP Finds Improved Property Tax System


Peshawar: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) government has introduced a Geographic Information System (GIS)-based Centralised Urban Immovable Property Tax Management and Information System (CUIPTMIS) to modernise the property tax system across KP. The news surfaced through an article on February 19.

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As per the details, a ceremony marking the launch was held at the Chief Minister’s House in Peshawar, with former Justice and KP Chief Minister (CM) Syed Arshad Hussain Shah as the chief guest. The newly inaugurated Management and Information System (MIS) has been implemented for PKR 95.898 million. Initially, the project has been rolled out in two districts: Nowshera and Abbottabad. Plans are underway to extend it to the remaining districts of the province.

As part of the project, 50,938 new property units have been identified in Abbottabad and Nowshera districts, increasing the total number of property units in these areas to 90,938. Consequently, the tax revenue demand in both districts has risen from PKR 69 million to PKR 123 million in Nowshera and from PKR 83 million to PKR 143 million in Abbottabad.

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This initiative aims to boost tax collection, enhance resource management, and offer better services to taxpayers across the province by ensuring automation, transparency, and efficiency.


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