Housing Minister Assem El-Gazzar Reviews New Alamein City’s Summer Preparations

Housing Minister Assem El-Gazzar Reviews New Alamein City’s Summer Preparations

Assem El-Gazzar, Egypt’s Minister of Housing, Utilities, and Urban Communities (NUCA), has held a meeting at the New Alamein City Authority headquarters to assess the city’s readiness for summer activities and the operational status of facilities in the heritage area, invest-Gate reports.

The meeting was attended by Deputy Housing Minister Abdul Khalek Ibrahim, Assistant Vice Head of NUCA Kamal Bahgat, Assistant Vice President of NUCA Ahmed Omran, and Head of New Alamein City Authority Ahmed Ibrahim.

Moreover, El-Gazzar emphasized the importance of enhancing preparations ahead of the summer season due to the anticipated influx of visitors. He stressed that the city’s administration must ensure all necessary services to accommodate many citizens.

Furthermore, El-Gazzar highlighted New Alamein City’s significance as a pioneering new city on the northwest coast. He noted that it is not merely a summer destination but a year-round city for residence, work, and diverse activities including agriculture, industry, tourism, and entertainment.

Also, the city is envisioned as a regional hub on the northern coast. It plays a crucial role in the coastal urbanization plan, potentially paving the way for developments like Ras El Hikma. New Alamein City is a cornerstone for the region’s growth, vital for managing Egypt’s population increase.

El-Gazzar detailed that the heritage city spans 260 feddans and comprises around 70 structures, including a main lake, central park, mosque, church, Roman theater, opera house, commercial and hotel buildings in the old quarter, and a cinema complex.


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