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Aldar Properties sold all 223 off-plan apartments and town houses at its new Al Hadeel scheme in Al Raha Beach as more than 600 people came to the Crowne Plaza hotel on Yas Island yesterday in the hope of purchasing a flat. The project is Aldar’s first to come to the market since April 2010.
The reassessment of Abu Dhabi's Vision 2030 resulted in job cuts and project delays. It would've been nice without a negative knock-on effect but perhaps it just couldn't be helped. Even with a recent report that Abu Dhabi is now expecting to handle a million passengers a month, Abu Dhabi’s business landscape looks pretty shaky despite great momentum its aviation industry displays.
Abu Dhabi's real estate market continues to have a very bright future as government spending ramps up again and the newly delivered supply gets absorbed by tenants upgrading and expanding. There has already been major progress in the delivery of Vision 2030.
Abu Dhabi, capital of the United Arab Emirates and home to 7 per cent of the world’s oil supply, unveiled a 20-year urban development plan that it says is flexible enough to respond to global economic changes.
Abu Dhabi's decision to streamline the operation of schools is in line with its Vision 2030. This programme addresses the opening of new schools; merger of smaller institutions with bigger ones; transfer of school locations to new sites; admission of female students in boys' schools and abandonment of school buildings that fail to meet health and safety requirements.
Some 40 public schools will be closed down and merged with bigger schools in their respective localities starting next academic year 2011-2012. Students, teachers and administrative staff of the affected schools will be relocated to other institutions.
Spread on a wide surface of 1,600,000sqm in the heart of Abu Dhabi's new 2030 city plan at Khalifa City, the newly opened Al Forsan International Sports Resort is the first of its kind in the United Arab Emirates and the Middle East. The Resort is set to become the countries and the region's preferred destination for world class sports and leisure without equal competitor.
Interiors UAE 2011 was formally inaugurated in Abu Dhabi by Shaikh Dr Hazaa bin Sultan Al Nahyan as the UAE capital's only design-led, luxury interiors event. Now on its fourth year, Interiors UAE 2011 has been at the forefront of introducing global design innovations and trends to the UAE and the bigger GCC region
The Abu Dhabi Food Control Authority (ADFCA) has announced the launch of an agricultural campaign in line with the strategic plans of the emirate for the year 2030. Winning the trust of the consumers for local farming products and attaining higher levels of food security are among the main motives behind ADFCA's reform drive in the farming sector.
Ferries and water taxis are planned to transport more than 1.5 per cent of the total 3.8 million commuters per day in Abu Dhabi by 2030, transport officials said yesterday. The service is meant to link the capital with some of the 200 islands of Abu Dhabi in the coming two decades.