Prince Faisal hands over 40 homes in Saudi Arabia's Badayea, Qassim
The homes were built as part of the Saudi Arabian Ministry of Housing's Developmental Housing scheme
HRH Prince Faisal bin Mishaal bin Saud bin Abdul Aziz, Governor of Qassim Region, oversaw the handover of 40 residential units developed by Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Housing as part of its Developmental Housing programme in the Badayea governorate, to families making up the third batch of the scheme's beneficiaries.
Prince Faisal presented home-owners the keys to their Badayea residences during a housing ministry event.
According to an Arabic-language report by Saudi Arabia’s state news agency, SPA, director of housing ministry's Qassim branch, Eng Ahmed Al-Murshid, said 38 partnership contracts had been signed between the authority and organisations such as National Housing Association to provide housing for benficiary families.
Saudi Arabia is ramping up residential development as part of its Vision 2030 economic diversification mandate, which aims to reduce the kingdom's reliance on oil revenues.