Sheikh Mohammed orders allocation of three residential communities for Emiratis
The communities will encompass more than 10,000 plots of land
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid ordered three new residential communities be allocated for Emirati citizens in Dubai.
The communities will encompass more than 10,000 plots of land and are aimed at improving the welfare of the countries citizens, the Vice President and Ruler of Dubai said on Monday.
“We have ordered the allocation of new land plots as part of promoting the wellbeing and prosperity of Emirati citizens in Dubai. The new residential communities will feature all essential infrastructure,” he said.
Dawood Al Hajiri, director general of Dubai Municipality, said the Municipality will take the necessary steps to implement Sheikh Mohammed’s order, adding that the distribution of land to citizens who have obtained approval from the Mohammed bin Rashid Housing Establishment will begin soon.
The new residential communities in Dubai include: Area 1 in ‘Al Ruwayyah 3rd' with a total area of 2,256 hectares comprising 8,428 land plots; Area 2 in ‘Wadi Shabak’ with a total area of 232 hectares comprising 1,315 land plots; and Area 3 in Mushrif with a total area of 59 hectares comprising 349 land plots. Each land plot in the allocated developments has an area of 1,115 square metres.
The new residential communities will have mosques, schools, public parks, and retail shops as per the highest international standards including in the area of sustainability.
Updated: April 9, 2018 09:55 PM