Phase 1 of Morocco’s Zenata ‘eco-city’ to complete by 2020

Water, electricity, transport infra, and sanitation networks activities are reportedly complete for the 800ha Phase 1

The first phase of the city is expected to be completed by 2020.
Afrik 21
The first phase of the city is expected to be completed by 2020.

The first phase of construction for the ecological city of Zenata in Morocco is reportedly expected complete by 2020 after Zenata Development Company revealed that work on water, electricity, transport infrastructure, and sanitation networks had finished.

According to Afrik 21, Zenata Development Company’s general manager, Mohammed Amine El Hajhouji, said the completion of the networks and transport infrastructure was part of the first phase of the project, which covers 800ha.

He added that as many as 2,000 residential units had been put up for sale and the overall construction of the site will be occupied in three phases by 2023.

Development work started at Zenata in 2016 and is expected to last 10 years, the report stated, adding that the project was financed by Morocco with loans from French Development Agency and European Investment Bank, and a grant from the European Union.

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