A new Supreme Committee has been established to oversee the development of Hatta in the Emirate of Dubai.
Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of the Dubai Executive Council, announced a resolution to form a committee on Thursday.
The committee is chaired by the Commissioner General of Infrastructure, Urban Planning and Welfare Trucks.
Other members of the committee include the Managing Director and CEO of the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA). Director General of Economy and Tourism, Dubai. Secretary of the City of Dubai. Secretary of the Dubai Cultural Arts Department and CEO of the Engineering Office. The same is true for the Secretariat of the Dubai Executive Council and representatives of the Road Transport Authority (RTA).
along @HHShkMohdDirective for developing the Hatta area, @HamdanMohammed Issued a resolution to form the “Supreme Committee to oversee the development of Hatta”https://t.co/5QStoCngt8
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— Dubai Media Office (@DXBMediaOffice) January 20, 2022
The Committee will have a renewable period of three years, subject to an extension by a decision made by Sheikh Hamdan on the recommendation of the Chairman of the Supreme Committee.
The Committee is responsible for drafting the general policy of the Hatta Master Development Plan and overseeing the implementation of the project to develop Hatta.
It is also responsible for forming working teams with subcommittees and proposing and reviewing regulations that help achieve their objectives.
In addition, we approve Hatta’s promotional and marketing plans nationally and internationally.
All entities responsible for the development of Hatta should work with the Commission.
Last October, the Hattamaster Development Program was approved by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Almaktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of the Emirates of Dubai.
The Master Plan covers four key strategic pillars: welfare, tourism, sports and activities, and sustainability.
This shows the development of the region over the next 20 years. The main objectives of this plan are to protect the heritage and natural environment of the area, encourage mountain tourism and sports, and turn Hatta into a year-round tourist destination.
This plan, which benefits private companies, specifically supports young entrepreneurs who own small businesses and enables them to implement projects and creative ideas to promote sustainable economic development projects in the region. Focuses on.
Hatta residents can build 200 villas to support domestic tourism in the district.
Earlier this month, DEWA said construction of the Hatta Hydropower Plant was 35% complete by the end of December 2021.
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