Infrastructure upgrades in Dubai's JLT to include new road network
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Infrastructure upgrades in Dubai’s JLT to include new road network

Infrastructure upgrades in Dubai’s JLT to include new road network

The master developer of the community, DMCC, is also working on renovating the various lakes across the area

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A number of projects to upgrade the infrastructure at Dubai’s Jumeirah Lakes Towers (JLT) community are slated for completion this year.

These projects include the construction of a new road network and landscaping works which will facilitate travel between JLT and the Jumeirah island area, and also result in additional parking spaces for visitors to the community.

The master developer of the community, DMCC, is also working on renovating the various lakes across JLT, including enhancing the lake’s walls and improving the quality of the water.

In addition to façade renovation works at the Jewellery and Gemplex building, DMCC has reportedly made significant progress in the palm replacement project, where it completed the removal and re-planting of 60 new palm trees during the first phase of the project. The palm replacement work will continue throughout the coming year.

Additionally, several new sports and recreational facilities will also be added to JLT in 2022, which will serve the 100,000 people that live, work, and visit the community.

“As the master developer of JLT, DMCC continuously looks to make enhancements to the district to ensure that JLT maintains its unique urban community feel, ensure all assets within the district continue to retain their value and that it remains one of the most desirable places in Dubai,” said Paul Ashton, executive director – property at DMCC.

“This coming year promises to see the completion of a number of exciting projects, each of which will ensure that JLT can better serve its members, residents, investors and visitors.”

There were other major infrastructure projects completed last year in JLT. These include landscaping and hardscaping improvements at both the DMCC and the Sobha Realty metro stations, and the installation of nearly 2,000 low energy LED lights throughout JLT. Other projects include the upgrade of four playgrounds with new equipment and shading, the deployment of RTA electric scooter stations throughout the district, and the three-level community retail and F&B space brought to JLT in collaboration with Bull&Roo.

The Dubai Multi Commodities Centre Authority meanwhile announced earlier this month that it achieved its best year on record, attracting 2,485 companies to Dubai in 2021.

Read: Dubai Multi Commodities Centre achieves record growth

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