Sheikh Hamdan was speaking during a visit to Hatta in which he approved a number of development projects for the region, including the construction of a private school and a new neighborhood council for the region’s residents, in addition to the design and site chosen for Hatta. Beach. project.
“We pay close attention to the aspirations and needs of the people of Dubai. We strive against time to meet their requirements and support them in realizing their ambitions. Our development strategies and action plans are implemented by numerous teams working as one team. Improving the quality of life of the population remains our top priority,” said Sheikh Hamdan.
Sheikh Hamdan praised the efforts of the Supreme Committee to Supervise the Development of Hatta along with other entities involved in the development plans. “Hatta has several distinctive potentials and we aim to harness them to ensure the achievement of its ambitious development goals outlined in the Dubai Urban Plan 2040. Our vision is for Dubai to stand out as the best destination to live, work and visit. a goal achieved through genuine efforts and creative ideas dedicated to transforming aspirations into achievements that benefit citizens, residents and visitors.”
During his visit to Hatta, Sheikh Hamdan reviewed the progress of various projects being implemented as part of the Hatta Development Master Plan launched by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid with the aim of further improving living standards in the region as well as transforming Hatta in an attractive destination for business. , investment and tourism at a local and international level.
Upon arrival in Hatta, Sheikh Hamdan was received by Mattar Al Tayer, Commissioner General of Dubai for the Infrastructure, Urban Planning and Welfare pillar and Chairman of the Supreme Committee to Supervise the Development of Hatta; Omar bin Sultan Al Olama, Minister of State for Artificial Intelligence, Digital Economy and Remote Work Applications and Director General of the Office of the Crown Prince of Dubai; Mona Ghanem Al Marri, Vice President and CEO of Dubai Media Council; and Ahmed Al Bedwawi, Deputy Director General of Dubai Council Affairs in the Executive Office.
Al Tayer said the projects being implemented in Hatta seek to further improve the level of services provided to the people of the region and elevate its status as a tourism and investment destination. “All the planned projects would serve to maximize the benefits for the people of Hatta, whether on the economic, social, cultural or sporting front,” he added.
Sheikh Hamdan was also briefed about the Hatta Beach project and its actual location. The project occupies an area of more than 53,000 square meters. The beach itself will extend over 10,000 square meters next to an artificial lake (glass lagoon) and will feature a number of amenities and services for visitors. His Highness also obtained information about other projects that are underway, including hotels and resorts, and the construction of 235 houses in the Makan area, in addition to the development of the Hatta center.
Sheikh Hamdan also reviewed the projects executed in the previous phase of the Hatta Development Master Plan, including the Hatta Souq, which spans over 146,000 square meters and includes 70 commercial units in addition to other amenities. Other projects reviewed include new attractions at Hatta Heritage Village and the development of the Lake Leem area, as well as the creation of 330 investment opportunities for the people of the region.