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Prince Saud inaugurates housing projects in the Eastern Province


Saudi Gazette report

DAMMAM — Prince Saud Bin Naif, Emir of the Eastern Province, on Sunday inaugurated the second phase projects in Al-Wajiha suburb of Dammam and Qumra community in Qatif governorate.

Prince Saud sponsored the signing of agreements between National Housing and its property developer partners, in the presence of the Minister of Municipal and Rural Affairs and Housing Majid Al-Hogail, and Mohammed Al-Bati, CEO of the National Housing Company.

He pointed out that the management has set among its priorities and plans the provision of adequate housing to citizens. “The housing sector in the Eastern Province enjoys generous support like other regions in the Kingdom,” he said.

The Saudi prince commended the role of the National Housing Corporation in providing services to integrated housing communities and in finding various housing solutions and options tailored to the needs of Saudi families.

He noted the leadership’s keenness to facilitate all services to citizens and improve their quality of life, especially with regard to the most important requirement of life, which is to help them provide adequate housing.

The second phase projects have been launched for the suburb of Al-Wajiha, which is one of the largest residential suburbs in the Kingdom, with an area of ​​over 9 million square meters, providing 5,400 housing units for over 27,000 people.

Qumra community has also been launched in Qatif governorate over an area of ​​over 1.4 million square meters, providing over 2,300 accommodation units of various sizes and designs.