Abu Dhabi Housing Company to build AED 1.88 billion integrated residential complex in Al Falah

Abu Dhabi Housing Authority (ADACH) has signed a contract with a real estate company to develop an integrated residential complex in the Al Falah area of ​​Abu Dhabi, comprising 899 new residences at a cost of AED 1 billion and 882 million. The project will run for 36 months and will be delivered in late 2021,


Abu Dhabi Housing Authority (ADACH) has signed a contract with a real estate company to develop an integrated residential complex in the Al Falah area of ​​Abu Dhabi, comprising 899 new homes at a cost of about AED 1 billion and 882 million. The project will run for 36 months and will be delivered in late 2021, Sheikh Zayed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces.

The Chairman of the Abu Dhabi Housing Authority, Jaber Mohammed Al-Suwaidi stressed that achieving stability and providing adequate housing for citizens is a priority of the leadership, in the context of its concern and interest in achieving the highest level of well-being and happiness for them, based on its belief that man is the focus of the process of development in the homeland and the basis of its progress .

The State, under the leadership of His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the President of the UAE, places great importance on citizens' housing within the framework of social development efforts and the provision of decent living conditions for all. The plans and initiatives revolve around the happiness of citizens. And the consolidation of family stability, stressing the leadership's keenness to ensure a decent life for current and future generations.

He noted that the implementation of these projects is a reflection of the leadership vision and directives of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, to achieve the highest levels of citizen satisfaction with housing services and the development of socially and environmentally sustainable communities. He added that providing adequate housing options that meet the needs of citizens and ensure their families stability comes in the context of the ongoing development process, which aims to achieve the happiness of society and all its members.

He pointed out that the signing of the contract for the development of the new project in the area of ​​the farmer in Abu Dhabi, is an investment for public sector partnerships with the private sector.

Al Suwaidi stressed that the Authority is keen to provide a decent life for citizens and to consolidate social and family stability, to achieve the highest levels of satisfaction and happiness for them, in addition to the development of sustainable and integrated urban communities in accordance with the highest standards.

Abu Dhabi Housing Authority (ADHC) Director General, Bashir Khalfan Al Muhairbi, said that the Abu Dhabi Housing Authority is a major contributor to the housing market thanks to its efforts to increase cooperation between stakeholders in the public and private sectors, which has stimulated efficiency and increased availability.

He added that the relationship between Abu Dhabi Housing Authority and its partners is based on clear and well-established strategic principles, which aim to achieve a single goal of achieving leadership vision in the development of the housing environment in Abu Dhabi Emirate. Which ensures that government procedures are facilitated by keeping pace with the latest international practices in the areas of research and housing planning.

The Abu Dhabi Housing Authority was established to achieve a set of strategic objectives and tasks, which include the implementation of housing programs for citizens, specifying the requirements for implementing these programs and preparing logistics equipment for the infrastructure requirements, in addition to developing the housing programs and regulations for each program and receiving applications for various types of housing programs and loans. Housing of citizens and study them, and take appropriate decisions thereon.

Global standards

The general plan of the integrated residential complex in the Al Falah area includes a full range of public facilities, including parks, schools, shops, mosques, medical centers and community centers, which meet the highest international standards and contribute to raising the efficiency of use and conservation of energy resources. Serum.

ref: emara