Ashghal will implement infrastructure projects to serve owners of approximately 32,855 land plots spread over 14 areas across the country in the four-year period between 2018 and 2022. Of this, 24,284 are in the existing areas and 8,571 are in newly developed land plots.
According to a statement from Ashghal, the works will be done in line with the vision of His Highness the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani and under the directives of HE the Prime Minister and Interior Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa al-Thani.
Ashghal is currently implementing infrastructure projects to serve more than 22,000 land plots spread over 18 areas, of which 20,637 plots are in the existing areas and 1,829 are in the newly developed areas.
Ashghal is expected to complete 23 projects to develop infrastructure in various areas before the end of this year, serving approximately 15,108 citizens land plots of which 1,800 are in the newly developed areas.
So far, Ashghal completed seven projects in Doha North serving more than 7,000 citizens land plots including roads and infrastructure development in Bani Hajer – Rawdat Egdaim, Al Gharrafa, and Rawdat Al Hamama areas.
The authority also completed four projects in the vicinity of Doha, namely the roads and infrastructure development project in the Industrial Area - Package 1 and the construction of a parallel road from Rawdat Rashed to Umm Garn.
Seven are projects being implemented to serve more than 4,000 plots, namely the roads and infrastructure development projects in Muaither West (Al Manaseer) – Package 1 and the roads and infrastructure development project in Aziziyah East.
Earlier the authority opened five projects west of Doha city including roads and infrastructure development works to serving various areas such as Rawdat Abal Heeran project.
Projects that Ashghal is completing this year include four to develop sewage networks serving around 3,000 plots and 17 projects to develop roads and integrated infrastructure serving 10,000 plots and two land grading projects serving almost 2,000 plots.
Many of Ashghal’s infrastructure projects include, green areas, cycle paths, pedestrian paths and many features will improve the citizens’ lives in the areas.
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