Saudi's "White Land" programme reveals development of 225 plots
The current stage of the programme includes the development of undeveloped lands spanning an area of more than 10,000m2
The Saudi Arabia Ministry of Housing’s “White Land” programme has revealed the completion of development on two areas, including an area covering 135,136m2 in Dammam, which will offer more than 225 residential plots.
The programme aims to end the monopolistic practices of land, stimulate development, increase the supply of developed land, and contribute to creating a balanced real estate market, the state-run Saudi Press Agency reported.
The current stages of the programme include the development of “raw” undeveloped lands spanning an area of more than 10,000m2, located within the geographical area that was announced when the Phase 1 of the programme launched in in 2016.
Phase 1 is being implemented in Riyadh, Jeddah, Dammam, and Makkah Al-Mukarramah.
The programme is also achieving its goals through interactions with owners of undeveloped lands to develop lands or partner with the Ministry of Housing to implement projects that provide housing units for citizens.