Abu Dhabi approves several development projects
Projects worth more than $110m were approved by Abu Dhabi’s Executive Council
The Executive Committee at the Executive Council, headed by Saeed Eid Al Ghafli, chairman of the executive office approved several plans
Preparatory works for Zone 1 north of Wathaba worth $22.6m (AED83m) were approved as well as soil and preparatory works to develop Zone 2 north of Al Wathaba for $20.4m (AED75m).
It is considered to be one of the largest residential communities for citizens to be executed in the emirate, according to state news agency, WAM
The project extends over 4,200ha and infrastructure works will provide 18,290 housing units, 117 commercial buildings and 279 service facilities.
The project aims to build urban areas that meet the needs of the community and provide a high quality of life, a key objective of the Abu Dhabi’s Plan.
The committee approved works to rehabilitate and replace wastewater lines in Abu Dhabi Island, Section 4, for more than $24.3m (AED89m).
The project will include the establishment of new 12.2km long wastewater lines, the rehabilitation of 3.6km long lines, the digging of 1.5km long tunnels, the maintenance of 1,500 manholes, and CCTV monitoring over 35km.
In the same context, the committee approved the plan to improve assets and establish wastewater lines in Abu Dhabi Island, Zone 3, Section 3, for more than $22.9m (AED84m).
The Executive Committee also approved the establishment of gardens at the Al Falah residential project, for more than $10.3m (AED38m).
It then approved a project to establish a road linked Baynunah to the Sheikh Hazza bin Sultan I Road (Madinat Zayed - Ghayathi) in the Western Region.
The project seeks to accommodate the increase in traffic, improve the road network, and meet the demands of residents in surrounding areas through the provision of an effective transport system that serves the community and the economy.
Another decision was to approve the establishment of a water line that covers an area 900 mm in diameter linking Mafraq Bridge to the Khalifa City intersection.
The project is valued at $10.9m (AED40m) and will take 24 months to execute.
It seeks to connect the water supply network to new development projects in the Eastern Regions that receive approval from the Abu Dhabi Urban Planning Council according to the Abu Dhabi 2030 Development Plan.
The Executive Committee looked into several issues and memorandums related to service development plans and projects submitted by government entities in the emirate of Abu Dhabi. The issues were listed on the Committee’s agenda and appropriate decisions we made in their regard.