Saudi Minister inspects development projects in Al-Baha region
The Prince Muhammad bin Saud Park project is 90% complete; construction of the 46km-long ring road is on schedule
Saudi Arabia’s Acting Minister of Municipal and Rural Affairs HE Majed Al-Hogail, conducted an inspection visit to the Al-Baha Region Municipality, where he reviewed the progress of work on many development projects that the municipality is currently implementing.
Al-Hogail inspected the Al-Sakran Park project, where he looked at the completed stages and reviewed the remaining stages. He toured the Raghadan Park and saw the location of the mobile food truck, and assessed the stages of development within the park. He also visited the Prince Hussam Park and evaluated the park’s facilities and remaining stages of its development.
The minister continued his field tour by inspecting the ongoing construction of the 46km-long ring road in the city of Al-Baha, which is considered one of the most important development projects in the region. He also visited the Al-Burj Park in the Al-Mandaq governorate, whose designs were inspired by the nature of the governorate.
Al-Hogail discussed the most important obstacles and challenges facing the municipal sector in the region, stressing the importance of achieving the aspirations of citizens for development and improvement.
For his part, the mayor of the Al-Baha region, Dr Ali bin Muhammad Al-Swat, explained that the equipment for the open theatre, which that can accommodate nearly 5,000 people, has been 100% completed.
The Minister concluded his inspection tour of the Al-Baha region with a visit to the Prince Muhammad bin Saud Park project on Al-Aqiq Road, which has hit the 90% construction completion milestone.