DUBAI 29 March 2017: What do the latest Emirati houses look like? Here’s a sneak peak.
The Zayed Housing Programme will approve the design and supervision of the Al Khawaneej Residential Complex in Dubai, following a tender in the second quarter of this year.
The complex is the emirate’s second residential project, in an area of 250,520 square metres housing 341 units in the second Al Khawaneej area, according to Dr. Abdullah bin Mohammed Belhaif Al Nuaimi, Minister of Infrastructure Development and Chairman of the Zayed Housing Programme.
“We work in the nation of happiness to serve the happiest people, which doubles our responsibility in the Sheikh Zayed Housing Programme to accelerate the stages of completion, and support the elements of consumer happiness in various regions, and to strive to lead in the projects we propose, to create a cohesive society of stability and happiness,” Dr. Al Nuiami said.
He added that the Al Khawaneej Residential Complex is a product of this responsibility. The design and supervision of the project, which was launched in the first quarter of this year, will be approved after announcing a tender for its establishment and completion in the fourth quarter of this year.
Dr. Al Nuaimi announced that the projects of the Al Khawaneej Residential Complex followed the launch of the Al Quoz Residential Complex that includes 159 housing units, as the second set of complexes that were developed by the programme in Dubai since its establishment.
He also praised the co-operation of local authorities from the Dubai Government to overcome all obstacles to the stability of families of UAE nationals and to ensure that all forms of support are provided so the UAE can benefit from the joint co-operation between relevant authorities, in achieving the housing indicators on the National Agenda 2021.
The new project is located in the Deira, Dubai, on the northern side of the Al Khawaneej residential area, along “D97” street and in an area of more than 3,000 residential lands that were allocated by the Dubai Government for public housing. The project includes six models in a variety of styles, including Mediterranean, Modern, Andalusian and Islamic.
The idea of diversity in the residential complex was adapted to add an appealing touch that blends authenticity of heritage and urban development, in a manner that distinguishes this complex and makes it one of the most attractive residential complexes to be implemented in the country.
– By Angel Chan