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Abu Dhabi’s UPC announces master plan for Al Ain development

Abu Dhabi’s UPC announces master plan for Al Ain development

The Al Saad development will offer 306 new plots for UAE nationals

Abu Dhabi’s Urban Planning Council has announced the completion of the master plan for a new residential community in Al Ain.

The Al Saad development, located between two existing neighbourhoods of Ramlat Al Saad, will offer 306 new plots for UAE nationals when completed.

It will increase the existing population of 2,200 residents by approximately 3,130.

The UPC said the community had been designed to be “safe, walkable, attractive and sustainable” with views of sand dunes to the north a key feature.

Local facilities will include two schools, three retail outlets, a clinic, mosques, a community centre and 14 parks.

“The provision of high-quality housing for UAE Nationals is a priority for Leadership. Creating communities strengthens our social ties and helps to preserve our culture and traditions. As a result, housing is a core component of Vision 2030 and, therefore, is central to the plans we create at the UPC,” said UPC corporate services sector executive director and acting executive director of planning and infrastructure Abdulla Al Sahi.

Abu Dhabi General Services Company has been tasked with the detailed master planning, design and execution of the project. It is scheduled for completion in October 2018.

Al Saad is one of 17 developments for Plan Al Ain 2030, a strategic framework for the development of approximately 31,100 square kilometres of land.

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