UPC completes Al Saad master plan for UAE Nationals in Al Ain
Abu Dhabi Urban Planning Council (UPC) announced Al Saad master plan located in Al Ain has been completed. The development is a new residential community with 306 plots for UAE Nationals built between two existing residential neighbourhoods of Ramlat Al Saad.
The new project will increase the existing population of 2,200 residents by approximately 3,130 residents following completion. It has been developed by the UPC in consultation with the Abu Dhabi Housing Authority (ADHA) and Al Ain City Municipality.
H.E. Ali Khalifa Al Qemzi, executive director of planning and projects at ADHA, said: “The Al Saad project which will be planned, designed and built in accordance with the Abu Dhabi National Housing Guidelines for Integrated Communities issued by the Abu Dhabi Housing Authority that aims at creating sustainable and complete housing communities.
“Abu Dhabi General Services Company (Musanada) has been tasked with the detailed master planning, design and execution of the project and it is scheduled to be completed in October 2018 in accordance with the approved Project Plan.”
Al Saad is one of 17 settlements in Al Ain that are included within Plan Al Ain 2030, joining Al Salamat and Al Yahar as dominant Emirati housing areas in the western sub-region.