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Bahrain to construct 2,233m2 park in Sanad's Block 743

Park to include a 253m-long walkway, two areas for children, 17 rides, five shaded sitting areas, and 21 benches

The park will include service buildings as well. [representational]
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The park will include service buildings as well. [representational]

The Ministry of Works, Municipalities Affairs, and Urban Planning in Bahrain has launched the 2,233m2 park project in Sanad area’s Block 743.

Once developed the project will also include service buildings, shaded benches, playground, as well as rides.

According to Bahrain News Agency, the $397,826.25 (BHD150,000) park is a part of the development projects launched by the Ministry of Works, Municipalities Affairs and Urban Planning following directives from His Royal Highness Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, Crown Prince, Deputy Supreme Commander and First Deputy Prime Minister of Bahrain.

These development projects have been initiated to provide better municipal services to citizens as well as residents in the kingdom.

Speaking about the project, the undersecretary at the ministry, Shaikh Mohammed bin Ahmed Al Khalifa said that the project will be implemented following a visit to Block 743 by the minister of works, municipalities affairs and urban planning, Essam bin Abdullah Khalaf, along with MP Ali Ishaqi and the chairman of the Capital Trust Board, Saleh Tarada.

Meanwhile, revealing further details about the park, Tarada said the park would include a 253m-long walkway, two areas for children, 17 rides, five shaded sitting areas, and 21 benches.

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