KUWAIT, – The Municipal Council of Kuwait, on Monday, approved a request by the Public Authority for Housing Welfare, for expanding the South Saad Al-Abdullah housing project, adding 5.52 square kilometres from the west.
Thus, the total area of the project will be 64.42 square kilometres, Municipal Council Acting Director, Abdullah Al-Emadi, explained.
This expansion will add 3,500 housing units, to the project’s 40,000 ones, he said.
The Kuwait Oil Company (KOC), rejected expansion of the project from the east, Al-Emadi said.
He pointed to some obstacles facing the project, such as the Kuwait Municipality’s scrapyard, poultry farms and the area of assembling old car tyres.
A committee has been formed to remove the obstacles over the coming five years, he aid.
Meanwhile, the Council today approved a request, by the Public Authority for Sports (PAS), for allocating an area for the Basel Salem Al-Sabah Motor Racing Club in Arifjan, besides another one by the Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs, to build two new mosques in Hawally and Al-Sedeeq.
Source: Name News Network