#Dubai 2040 Urban Master Plan

Nakheel awards contracts for Palm Jebel Ali infrastructure works

Nakheel awards contracts for Palm Jebel Ali infrastructure works

Palm Jebel Ali will serve as a significant residential and leisure anchor for the new Expo 2020 urban centre

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7 remarkable megaprojects unveiled in the UAE in 2023

These projects symbolise the UAE’s commitment to innovation, sustainability, and cultural harmony

Palm Jebel Ali villas now on sale Nakheel announces Image Nakheel

Nakheel launches first villas on new Palm Jebel Ali for buyers

Palm Jebel Ali, when complete, will feature seven islands and 16 fronds, adding a total of 91 kilometres of beachfront, with three access points to the island

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Sheikh Mohammed announces major urban planning law for Dubai

The new urban planning law seeks to develop an integrated and effective system for the emirate


Palm Jebel Ali greenlit by Sheikh Mohammed as part of Dubai 2040 Urban Plan

Palm Jebel Ali, in its scope is twice the size of the iconic Palm Jumeirah and is part of the portfolio of projects being developed by Nakheel

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid at Jebel Ali public beach. Image credit: Dubai Media Office

Sheikh Mohammed approves master plan for Dubai’s public beaches

The proposed development forms part of the Dubai 2040 Urban Master Plan, and aims to increase the length of public beaches by 400 per cent

Sheikh Mohammed announces opening of Expo City Dubai in October 2022

The new city will feature offices, leisure and sports facilities, food and entertainment venues and a mall

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Sheikh Hamdan forms Supreme Committee for Urban Planning in Dubai

It will be chaired by Mattar Mohammed Al Tayer and is tasked with implementing the deliverables of the Dubai 2040 Urban Master Plan

Dubai 2040 Urban Master Plan

Sheikh Mohammed launches mega Dubai 2040 urban development plan

Nature reserves and rural natural areas will constitute 60 per cent of the emirate’s total area, while land used for hotels and tourist activities will increase by 134 per cent