20,000 SQM of Land Allocated for Public Services in Sharm El Sheikh

Tuesday, 20th September 2016

The General Authority for Tourism Development has ceded 20,000 square meters of its land in favour of establishing public services in the Nabaq area of Sharm El Sheikh, Al Shorouk News reported.

The authority moreover handed over 345,000 square meters to build a Bedouin village in Taba,

Further, the South Sinai Department of Urban Planning, along with the General Authority for Investment and Free Zones (GAFI), are collaborating to offer lands in Sharm El Sheikh for a range of investments across the governorate. A total of 15 projects have received military approval to be implemented on the lands.

The Department of Urban Planning has worked with committees from the Armed Forces to divide the governorate lands and military lands, according to Medhat Salah, General Manager of the Department of Urban Planning in South Sinai.

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