Dubai allocates $4.6 mn for new parks

Dubai, Dec 5 : The Dubai Municipality has announced that it will create five residential parks and public squares here at an estimated cost of 17 million dirhams (around $4.6 million).

"It comes as a complement to the policy of expanding green areas and in order to distribute them and provide entertainment services in a balanced manner to all areas of the emirate. The contracts have been awarded and the projects are currently in the preparation stage," said Hussein Lootah, director general of the Dubai Municipality.

Lootah said the municipality aims to make Dubai as one of most beautiful and green cities of the world through its current and future projects.

--IANS (Posted on 05-12-2013)

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