The forthcoming Reem Mall in Abu Dhabi has been given comprehensive planning approval by the Urban Planning Council (UPC).
The construction of $1 billion shopping, leisure, entertainment and dining destination was prearranged the final progress needed to take the project to the next phase.
The UPC’s granting of thorough planning and development approval arrives only six months after the mall’s conception designs were granted, a quick orbit for a project of this scale.
Above 100 senior Abu Dhabi government and business heads gathered together for a remarkable occurrence to mark this important achievement, guarantee their continuing encouragement for Reem Mall, and mark the persistent thrust that the project has constructed in the past 18 months.
The UPC has been working intimately with us all over the planning procedure, to guarantee that the project reacts to the necessities of local communities, that it is secure and that it meets the uppermost benchmarks of energy and environmental design.
The UPC stated it met consistently with the Reem Mall development team to feature design improvements proposed by its Urban Development and Estidama Sector.
The UPC also needed to make sure the project fit within other appropriate master plans, as well as the Al Reem Island Integrated Concept Master Plan, which was approved in April 2015, and the mixed-use Najmat Abu Dhabi community on the south of the island in which the mall is situated.
Reem Mall is approximated to commence in 2018, and incorporate the biggest indoor snow play centre in the world and some 450 outlets as well as the 85 food and beverage stores.
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