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The Sultanate of Oman continues its work on its integrated tourism project in the first sustainable city

By Manal Abdel Fattah

In the Sultanate of Oman, construction work continues in the “Sustainable City – Yeti”, bringing the completion rate in a number of internal projects in the region to 80%. The Sustainable City is one of the largest integrated tourist complexes in the Sultanate of Oman, providing the largest family outlet with its multiple facilities for everyone. On a total area of ​​one million square meters and an investment value of approximately one billion US dollars.

The Sustainable City includes 19 towers of residential complexes, 300 residential villas, in addition to parks, playgrounds and green corridors, and a large number of shopping sites have been allocated there. The project also includes many vital facilities that achieve integration for the residents of the region and attract many visitors to enjoy the first sustainable city in the Sultanate of Oman.

The project is based on the highest standards of social, environmental and economic sustainability. The city was designed to achieve a vision aimed at improving the quality of life of residents and improving their lifestyle. The project will provide everything that is compatible with the needs and requirements of future generations.

The project provides broad opportunities for education, development and research. It will also give its residents the priority of leading change towards reducing the carbon footprint and achieving future goals.

The Sustainable City will contribute to achieving net zero carbon by 2040 in line with Oman’s sustainability goals. There are many concepts that will be worked on, including water and waste recycling, self-production of food, and clean transportation, which will contribute to creating better air quality, which will enhance the existence of an integrated residential city with the best services and necessities of life.

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