H.H. Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, has introduced the 'Dubai Integrated Housing Centre.'
In line with the Integrated Housing plan, this initiative aims to provide 54 residential services under one roof. In doing so, it supports Sheikh Mohammed's vision for top-notch living standards in neighbourhoods. The Centre also aligns with the new Dubai Social Agenda 33, highlighting the importance of family as the nation's foundation. This emphasises the active role families play in shaping the community.
The important project follows the orders of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum.
LOCATION AND OPERATIONS
Situated at Avenue Mall in Nad Al Sheba, the Centre is set to begin its operations in February. It will provide services from four government departments and two private sector partners.
SHEIKH HAMDAN’S VISION
Sheikh Hamdan stressed the Dubai Government's dedication to citizens' happiness and well-being. He pointed out Sheikh Mohammed's vision to launch various programs for citizens' work, life, well-being, and housing. These programs, highlighted during Sheikh Hamdan's visit to the Centre, are vital for the country's development journey. They play a key role in meeting citizens' aspirations.
DUBAI SOCIAL AGENDA 33 AND THE CENTRE’S ROLE
Dubai Integrated Housing Centre is part of Dubai Social Agenda 33. Its goal is to make building homes easy. With 54 services from four government bodies and two private partners, the goal is to bring services together. The Centre helps with everything, like choosing designs, saving costs, and getting bank financing.
OBJECTIVES AND SERVICES
The centre's main goal is to make Dubai a global leader in housing services. It offers personalized design and budget planning, helps with interior design choices, and advises on construction and financial planning. It caters to various needs in housing, construction, and land services.
CONTRIBUTORS TO THE CENTRE
Government entities such as the Mohammed Bin Rashid Housing Establishment, Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority, Dubai Municipality, and Dubai Land will offer services through the Centre. Private partners, including Emirates Islamic Bank and Sobha Realty, will also offer services.
Mattar Al Tayer, Dubai's Commissioner General for Infrastructure, Urban Planning, and Wellbeing Pillar, expressed his views on the project. He said that the new centre shows the government's dedication to offering complete housing services. He also mentioned how the centre aligns with the Dubai 2040 Urban Master Plan.
Other leaders, including Dawood Al Hajri, Sultan Butti bin Mejren, and Omar Hamad Abdullah Hamad Bu Shehab, stressed the centre's key role in delivering efficient and excellent housing services. They emphasised its importance in efficiently serving the community.
DUBAI INTEGRATED HOUSING CENTRE: A KEY INITIATIVE
The Dubai Integrated Housing Centre plays a key role in achieving the goals of Sheikh Mohammed's Dubai Social Agenda 33. Government entities and private partners will work together to offer comprehensive housing services. This collaboration aims to enhance the well-being and happiness of Dubai's citizens.