Municipality aims to achieve mutual cooperation with Union Coop in the community service field
The Dubai Municipality has signed an agreement with cooperative retailer Union Coop to furnish and decorate 234 villas. The move is said to be in line with the municipality’s vision of building a happy and sustainable city and consolidating the concept of volunteering and charity among society members.
According to a statement, the scope of work includes the furnishing of 122 villas in Oud Al Muteena 1 and 112 villas in Al Qouz 2, at a total area of 1,200sqft per villa. Dubai Municipality says that it will apply green building and sustainability standards in line with other projects that it has executed, with regards to external lighting, solar water heating and the use of green building materials.
The MoU for the $1.27m deal was signed during the Dubai International Government Achievements Exhibition by Ahmed Al Falasi, assistant director-general for corporate support sector at Dubai Municipality and Khalid Humaid bin Diban Al Falasi, CEO of Union Coop.
“The municipality is keen to activate and consolidate the principle of community responsibility through the implementation of service projects that promote this concept, serve the community, and achieve its happiness,” explained Al Falasi.