SDPW announces the $6.5mn second phase of the Al Rahmaniyah project

Project includes the establishment of cultural, sports and social forums as well as more green areas

Sharjah Directorate of Public Works (SDPW) has announced that it has started the second phase of the Koshisha and Shaghrafa projects in Al Rahmaniyah area, at a cost of $6.5 million.

The project includes the establishment of cultural, sports and social forums with all needed facilities and is in line with the directives of HH Dr Sheikh Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah. The aim is to meet the needs of the Sharjah’s residents and to take care of the green spaces and gardens.

Commenting on the initiatives, Eng. Ali bin Shaheen Al Suwaidi, Chairman of SDPW, pointed out that the gardens come within the framework of SDPW’s development plan to meet the needs of municipal councils. Additionally, it will also increase the green area, achieve sustainable and comprehensive development and provide recreational areas and parks in all regions of the emirate, he stated.

He added that SDPW aims to achieve this through specific and clear objectives and prepare plans to provide quality services and achieve balance between green areas and infrastructure, in line with the population density.

The new landscaping design, services and facilities will be of the highest international standards to go along with the emirate’s reputation as a friendly city for all people- young and old, Al Suwaidi further added.

Moreover, he said the sustainability criteria will be considered in terms of water and energy consumption, to reduce pressure and cost as the development. Al Suwaidi concluded that these projects will be implemented in coordination with other relevant authorities and in coordination with the Sharjah Urban Planning Council.


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