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His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, has approved plans for a new area dedicated to Emiratis. Latifa City is among a series of transformative projects announced for 2024 as part of the Dubai Social Agenda 33 program, designed to ensure a streamlined and hassle-free home-building experience for citizens. The highly-anticipated community, Latifa City Dubai, is named after the Ruler’s mother, Sheikha Latifa bint Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan.
The AED 208 billion project involves the distribution of 3,500 plots of land to UAE nationals and 2,300 ready-to-move-in houses valued at AED 5.5 billion ($1.5 billion). The designated residential plots span an expansive 40 million square feet, with eligible citizens in Dubai set to assume ownership in February 2024. These encompass 2,700 plots in Latifa City and 800 in the Al Yalayis 5 area. Moreover, the 2,300 new residences are situated in the areas: Al Khawaneej 2, Al Aweer, Wadi Al Amardi, and Hatta.
In January 2024, H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum introduced the Dubai Social Agenda, worth AED 208 billion, inspired by the overarching theme of ‘Family: The Foundation of Our Nation ’
While announcing the social welfare program, the Ruler emphasizes the importance of citizens, their families, and social stability in all government plans.
He stated, “Family is the cornerstone of the nation and the foundation of all development plans. Our ultimate objective is to enhance the quality of citizens’ lives for a brighter future.”
Here are the key goals of Dubai Social Agenda 33:
In addition to introducing new housing projects, the UAE government is implementing various other changes within the urban landscape. The Dubai Land Department has recently changed the names of 28 districts in the city, including Sheikh Zayed Road. Curious About the Latest Changes in Dubai? Learn More About Sheikh Zayed Road and 27 Areas Getting New Names.
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