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Posted on Feb 21, 2016 in News

Launch of New Development Projects in Medina and ongoing projects’ overview

Launch of New Development Projects in Medina and ongoing projects’ overview

In Medina, the government of Saudi Arabia has launched a sequence of developmental projects worth more than $26.6 million (SR100 million), as reported in the news.

These new projects include municipal projects at Al Salsah, Khaibar and Al Ashash municipalities at a cost of SR50 million, SR16 million and SR22 million respectively.

Further developments include the building of the Commission for Promotion of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice (Haia) at a budget of SR5 million and a charity warehouse exceeding SR13 million.

Several developmental projects have been going on in the Holy City and the Governor of Medina visited them to make sure that they are up to the standards and pacing up to meet the expected deadlines.

During the inspection, he emphasized that all the companies and sectors taking part in the projects need to follow the assigned time frame for each project.

These projects are a progressive push to assure improved services not just for the visitors and pilgrims but also for the people living in Medina.

Prince Faisal began his visit from Dar Al-Hijra possessed by the General Investment Fund. Mohammad Al Mazeed, assistant minister of finance and chairman of the founding committee of Dar Al-Hijrah, and number of officials updated him about the advancement of the project that involves 4 five-star and 18 four-star hotels, a metro station, 11 office towers and a commercial center.

He visited the site of the implementation of the project that spans over the area of 1,600,000 square meters. This has been conceived has a considerable development for the holy city and Prince Faisal showed his contentment that a number of national cadres were hired.

He further visited other ongoing projects in Medina, which are expected to see completion by Ramadan, where he underlined the significance of development and beautification of the province.

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