Dh17 million allotted for new parks and squares in Dubai


By WAM  www.khaleejtimes.com

Hussein Lootah, the Director-General of Dubai Municipality, has announced that the municipality is to begin to implement five projects of residential parks and public squares in the Emirate of Dubai at a total cost estimated at Dh17 million. 

Al Barsha Pond Park, Dubai.- KT Photo by Leslie Pableo
Al Barsha Pond Park, Dubai.- KT Photo by Leslie Pableo

‘It comes as a complement to the policy of expanding green areas and in order to distribute them and provide entertainment services in a balanced manner to all areas of the emirate. The contracts have been awarded and the projects are currently in the preparation stage,” Lootah said.

He said that the Dubai Municipality aims to make the city of Dubai as one of most beautiful and green cities of the world through its current and future projects, based on its strategic objectives and vision to build an excellent city that provides the essence of success and comfort of sustainable living.

Lootah said the civic body has been striving to provide all the requirements of social and family life in the city of Dubai. “We are serious about moving forward according to the expectations of the world, in line with the directives of our wise leadership.”

Taleb Abdul Karim Julfar, the Director of Public Parks and Horticulture Department, said that the total number of parks and public places in the Emirate of Dubai is now 103, including six major parks, two open beaches, four pond parks, 33 residential parks and 58 public squares. More info

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