“Abu Dhabi continues unabated with urban and outdoor landscaping projects – Zawya

ZAWYA.com reports

Abu Dhabi continues to invest in the development of outdoor landscaping in the capital, despite the less than favourable economic conditions the world is currently facing. The ‘Plan Abu Dhabi 2030′ which was introduced last year ensures that landscaping development in the emirates continues, and plans for a national park with both green and sand belts. The Government has introduced the ‘Green Gradient’ concept, ensuring green development throughout the emirate in increasing levels.

SOURCE: ZAWYA.com – Abu Dhabi continues unabated with urban and outdoor landscaping projects

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Development proceeds on EDAW-designed Palestinian eco-town

EDAW reports

“EDAW and Faber Maunsell are collaborating to plan and design Rawabi, the first new town to be constructed in the West Bank region. The town will accomadate 30,000 people, providing social infrastructure such as schools and libraries, and following a sustainable framework.”

[SOURCE: EDAW.com - Development proceeds on EDAW-designed Palestinian eco-town]

RTKL-Designed Dubai Mirdif Center on Target for 2009 Opening – Contract Magazine

Contract Magazine reports

“RTKL, the international architecture, planning and design firm, reports that Mirdif City Center, located on Dubai’s Eastern growth corridor, is on track for a late-2009 opening and
is expected to be the region’s first eco-friendly retail center.”

[SOURCE: Contract Magazine - RTKL-Designed Dubai Mirdif Center on Target for 2009 Opening]

New Estidama website launched – AMEinfo.com

AMEinfo reports

“The Abu Dhabi Urban Planning Council (UPC)has launched the new web site version of Estidama – sustainability in Arabic…….The state-of-the-art online portal includes a number of interactive tools that allow users home page customization according to their bespoke needs and specialized interests on sustainability issues.”

[SOURCE: AMEinfo - New Estidama online resource to foster sustainability knowledge and dialogue]

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Confusion over plan for Qatar’s tallest tower – ArabianBusiness.com

Arabian Business reports

“The architects behind the Dubai Towers in Doha, which will be Qatar’s tallest building, are waiting for clarification over whether the project will be passed to a new master developer for completion, Arabian Business can reveal.”

SOURCE: Confusion over plan for Qatar’s tallest tower – ArabianBusiness.com

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