Sheikh Hamdan launches integrated housing plan for nationals in Dubai
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Sheikh Hamdan launches integrated housing plan for nationals in Dubai

Sheikh Hamdan launches integrated housing plan for nationals in Dubai

The plan aims to provide 15,800 homes for Emiratis over the next four years

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An integrated housing plan to provide 15,800 homes for nationals in Dubai over the next four years has been launched.

The plan was launched by Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of Dubai Executive Council.

Furthermore, the plan seeks to implement the approved housing programme in Dubai, which features the construction of 4,000 residential units with different options by 2026.

Sheikh Hamdan said, “Over the coming months, we will launch a series of community projects under the auspices of the Higher Committee for Development and Citizens Affairs to ensure a high quality of life for all members of the community.”

During a tour of several housing projects, Sheikh Hamdan reviewed plans for upcoming projects that form part of the Al Khawaneej 2 National Housing Project, to be built at a total cost of Dhs1.56bn. The project features the construction of 1,050 housing units including villas, semi-detached villas and townhouses, official news agency WAM reported.

Meanwhile, during the visit to the Al Warqa Housing Project, Sheikh Hamdan reviewed models of the villas. Construction works in the Dhs177m project have achieved a completion rate of 45 per cent with completed units to be delivered in 2023.

In September of last year, an allocation of Dhs65bn on an Emirati housing programme in Dubai was approved by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai.

Read: Sheikh Mohammed allocates Dhs65bn to Emirati housing programme in Dubai

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