Provision of adequate housing a top priority for government, Sheikh Mohammed says
HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, VP, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, has allocated land for two new residential communities for Emirati citizens, it has been announced.
According to a WAM report, Sheikh Mohammed has allocated land in the Nad Al Sheba and Wadi Al Amardi areas of the emirate, thus bringing the total number of plots allocated for housing to 12,000.
HH also affirmed that happiness, stability and welfare of Emirati families remained the key driver of government efforts, the report added. The provision of adequate housing was a top priority as it constituted a basic pillar of family stability and social security, he stressed.
”We have directed the Dubai Municipality to immediately start distribution of allocated land plots for eligible citizens. Our goal is always to make sure that Emirati citizens enjoy all types of support that make them happy and ensure psychological and social stability to their families,” Sheikh Mohammed was quoted as saying.
Dawood Al Hajri, director-general of Dubai Municipality, added that his department had started implementing Sheikh Mohammed’s directives to distribute land to beneficiaries. These lands contain 1,000 residential plots, he said.
“Our wise leadership has confirmed its constant pursuance to enhance happiness of Emiratis and providing all that helps them to build their future and future generations,” Al Hajri said.