The Egyptian government will start developing new construction projects in the New El Alamein City, located on the western side of the North Coast, Invest-Gate reports.

The Housing Ministry will start construction work on 15 towers in the city by the beginning of October in addition to finalizing 1,920 residential units already built in the area, Housing Minister Mostafa Madbouly said in a statement.

The government has allocated around EGP 2.3 bn to develop the new city’s infrastructure. The work will include constructing 110 km of roads as well as creating electricity grids and sewage, water, and irrigation networks.