In order to maintain the general appearance of the city, The Abu Dhabi City Municipality (ADM) in coordination with the Municipal Infrastructure and Assets sector has implemented various projects at a cost exceeding $182,679.48 (AED671,000).
These projects include demolishing eight abandoned buildings as well as 59 distorted structures. Additionally, the ADM has also filled five abandoned wells in line with the requirements of the Environment Authority in the emirate.
As part of this measure, ADM has called on owners of abandoned buildings in Abu Dhabi and its suburbs to adopt corrective measures for such buildings.
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— بلدية مدينة أبوظبي (@AbuDhabi_ADM) April 27, 2020
The owners have also been called upon to cooperate with the municipality and relevant authorities to improve the buildings condition, as these structures continue to hinder the general appearance of the city.
Moreover, such buildings also pose health and safety hazards for residents, visitors, and the general public as a whole.
Last week, ADM along with the Abu Dhabi Department of Municipalities and Transport started implementing a project to upgrade the irrigation system in several areas of the Abu Dhabi Island at a total cost of more than $12.25m (AED45m).
The municipality has also been implementing development works at Al Bateen Park that is located on King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud Street, with a project value of $326,704.7 (AED1.2m).
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