The General Director of Dubai Municipality, “Hussain Nasser Lootah,” revealed that in line with the constant care of Dubai Municipality to make efforts to beautify the city, to disseminate the green areas in residential areas and to provide facilities adapted with the population’s needs, especially people with disabilities, Dubai Municipality implements seven residential gardens during this year, at a cost of 52 million and 501 thousand dirhams, according to HE Eng. Hussain Nasser Lootah pointed out that the gardens rely on solar energy to save electricity by 100%
The seven new residential gardens are as follows:
- “Al Garhoud” Garden at a cost of 3.5 million AED on 1.8 hectares, which includes a 330 m Running track, and different athletic fields for resedents.
- A garden at “Nad Al Sheba 2″ area, at a cost of 4.5 million AED on a hectare, which contains games areas for kids and 450 m Running track.
- “Hor Al Anz” Garden at a cost of three million AED on 1.25 hectares, which contains Cricket Ground and another for football.
- A garden at “Al Mizhar 2″ at a cost of six million and 297 thousand dirhams on 1.7 hectares.
- A garden at “Al Warqaa 3″ at a cost of six million AED on 1.3 hectares.
- A popular square in “lassili”at a cost of 2,000,580 thousand dirhams, containing playgrounds and sports for all ages.
- A popular square in “Al Warqaa 3″ at a cost of 26 million and 698 thousand dirhams, over an area of 27 hectares.
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