Deputy Minister of Housing, Utilities, and Urban Communities for National Projects Khaled Abbas pays an inspection visit to the site of New Administrative Capital (NAC)’s Central Park, to take stock of the project progress, Invest-Gate reports.
He conducts follow-up meetings with companies responsible for the implementation of the project to learn more about the recent developments of the project. He also meets Gamal Talaat, assistant vice-president of the New Urban Communities Authority for the Urban Development Sector; and Amr Khattab, head of the Working Group supervising the implementation of the project. On-spot directions are issued to the concerned entities and officials to ensure fast delivery of the project.
Meanwhile, Khattab reveals that the project’s implementation rate reaches 33%, the official statement published on March 3 reads.
The new Capital Park is set to be the first and largest park in the Middle East, spanning over an area of 10,000 kilometers. The project is split into three parts: CP 01, which has an area of 375 feddans including 250 acres of open space for hiking; CP 02 with an area of 306 acres and another 250 acres of open space for recreational activities; and CP 03 with an area of 309 acres embodying nature and public parks.