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Dubai to Construct Over 30 New Parks in the Next Year: Details Revealed

Dubai has announced plans to build more than 30 new parks within the next year, catering to various community needs. The announcement came during the Arabian Travel Mart (ATM) at the Dubai World Trade Centre.

Ahmed Ibrahim AlZarouni, Head of Public Parks and Recreational Facilities Department at Dubai Municipality, shared that the parks will vary in size, ranging from large mega parks to smaller community play areas. He highlighted that these parks will feature modern designs, similar to the recently opened parks in Al Nahda, Qusais, and Al Warqa, offering elegant layouts and enhanced play areas.

Currently boasting over 190 parks across the emirate, Dubai aims to increase this number to over 70 within the next three years. AlZarouni emphasized that these parks will serve diverse communities, aligning with the Dubai 2040 Urban Master Plan, which aims to double the areas dedicated to recreational spaces and parks. These green areas will not only cater to the growing population but also serve as connectivity hubs linking various service areas, residential neighborhoods, and workplaces.

Each park’s design will be tailored to meet the specific needs of its community, with considerations for demographics and preferences. For instance, parks in areas where cricket is popular will include cricket grounds, while those frequented by basketball enthusiasts will feature basketball courts. This approach ensures that each park serves its community effectively.