Diyar Al Muharraq announces completion of landscaping project

Diyar Al Muharraq, a leading real estate development company in Bahrain, has announced the completion of the landscaping project at the entrance to the integrated residential city.


The project, which runs over 1.15 km long, comes as part of a series of initiatives under Diyar Al Muharraq’s afforestation project, with the aim of increasing the green spaces and key facilities, including Hadiqat Al Diyar.


The Bahraini developer had signed up Daira Contracting to implement the project, for which it had used a variety of evergreen trees, shrubs, and a range of flowers and roses.  


It is in line with Diyar Al Muharraq’s initiatives to contribute to the society and its vision of developing a modern, smart, and environmentally friendly city, with a minimized carbon footprint. 


The afforestation project, launched last August under the patronage of Engineer Wael bin Nasser Al Mubarak, Minister of Municipalities Affairs and Agriculture, also aligns with the national strategy to increase the number of trees by 2035 and the kingdom’s commitment to carbon neutrality by 2060.


“The spaces and infrastructure across Diyar’s master plan have been designed with the intention of measurably improving the health and well-being of its residents and visitors by fostering a close-knit community and encouraging a healthy and active lifestyle,” said a company spokesperson. 


“Stemming from its commitment to corporate social responsibility, Diyar strives to embed sustainability pillars in all its business operations and is dedicated to fulfilling national aspirations regarding the preservation and sustainability of the environment and increasing the kingdom’s green space,” he noted. 


Large evergreen trees were selected due to their suitability to the Kingdom’s climate conditions and their low water consumption, he added. 


One of the largest real estate development projects in Bahrain, Diyar Al Muharraq is located in the northern part of Muharraq on a total area of 12 sq km, stretching across  7 reclaimed islands with an area of 10 sq km and 40 km of waterfronts.


It is a modern-day urban city characterized by its luxurious lifestyle and its preservation of the traditional family values of the Bahraini community, in addition to its balanced mix of residential and commercial facilities making it the ultimate investment opportunity.-TradeArabia News Service

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