Dubai Launches Housing Center Offering 54 Residential Services

  • Publish date: Thursday، 18 January 2024
Dubai Launches Housing Center Offering 54 Residential Services

Dubai witnesses the establishment of the 'Dubai Integrated Housing Center,' a new initiative aimed at providing diverse residential services to citizens. Located at Avenue Mall in Nad Al Sheba, the center, set to begin operations in February, was officially launched by Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai. The initiative, under the directives of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, aligns with the Dubai Social Agenda 33, focusing on enhancing family life.

Comprehensive Residential Support

The newly launched center will offer 54 residential services from four government departments and two private sector partners, all conveniently available under one roof. These services include offerings from Mohammed Bin Rashid Housing Establishment, Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority, Dubai Municipality, and Dubai Land. Private partners, Emirates Islamic Bank and Sobha Realty, are also contributing to the array of services.

Dubai Launches Housing Center Offering 54 Residential Services

Transforming Home-Building Experience

Expressing the significance of the center, Sheikh Hamdan highlighted its role in transforming the home-building experience for citizens. As part of the Dubai Social Agenda 33, the center will provide comprehensive support throughout the home-building process. Services will range from design consultancy to cost-saving measures and assistance with financing through banks.

Aligned with Social Agenda Targets

The initiative aligns with the specific targets of Dubai Social Agenda 33, aiming to provide land and a residential loan to every new Emirati family within a year of application. Sheikh Hamdan emphasized the commitment to launching new projects in the future, reflecting a dedication to fostering stable families and ensuring the highest quality of life for citizens.

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