Zayed Housing approved 788 beneficiaries for housing assistance
In a significant move to bolster family stability and elevate living standards, the Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure, through the Sheikh Zayed Housing Programme, has approved housing assistance for 788 beneficiaries, totaling AED 628 million and 550 thousand.
Marking Union Day with a Pledge to Ensure Family Stability and Elevate Living Standards
The decisions encompass various forms of support, including housing grants, new construction loans, government housing, and collaboration with banks. This initiative aligns with the commemoration of the 52nd Union Day, showcasing the leadership's dedication to ensuring a decent life for citizens.
Thousands of people will benefit from the continuation of 2023 housing packages.
This approval marks a continuation of the Sheikh Zayed Housing Program's initiatives for 2023, with a total allocation of AED 2.899 billion benefiting 3,764 Emirati individuals. The commitment exceeds 98% compliance with the announced plan, emphasizing the government's unwavering support for housing development.
Warm congratulations from Minister Al Mazrouei on Union Day.
The Minister of Energy and Infrastructure, Suhail bin Mohammed Al Mazrouei, extended heartfelt congratulations on the 52nd anniversary of the Federation of the United Arab Emirates. He conveyed his wishes to His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan and His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, recognizing the importance of leadership in steering the nation towards goodness, progress, and prosperity.
Sheikh Zayed's Vision of Residential Sustainability
Minister Al Mazrouei highlighted the significance of the new housing batch in achieving residential sustainability and providing a secure environment for citizens. He reiterated the government's commitment to the wise vision set by the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, emphasizing the continuous efforts of the leadership to empower citizens and improve their standard of living.
Al Mansouri's Vision for Sustainable Housing
Engineer Mohammed Al Mansouri, Director of the Sheikh Zayed Housing Programme, congratulated the beneficiaries, emphasizing the program's dedication to well-being and stability for citizen families. He stressed the program's commitment to flexible residential designs using modern urban planning methods, adapting to potential expansionary changes.
Strengthening Partnerships for Future Success
Al Mansouri outlined future directions, emphasizing strengthened partnerships with the private sector. This strategic move aims to accelerate completion timelines, enhance housing quality, develop building technologies, and provide innovative architectural solutions tailored to residents' needs. The housing decisions reflect a genuine commitment to improving citizens' quality of life and fostering a strong and prosperous society.