Pursuant to the order of His Royal Highness Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, Crown Prince, Deputy Supreme Commander, First Deputy Prime Minister, to distribute 5,000 housing units within the framework of the royal directives, the Ministry of Housing has begun to hand over contracts for units of the Ramli Residential Suburb Project amid precautionary measures in which the Ministry has taken into account all Action by the National Corona Virus Campaign * (Covid 19) *
Engineer Basem bin Yaqoub Al-Hamar, Minister of Housing, said that the Al-Ramli housing project is one of the main projects included in the ministry’s program to implement the order of His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, the King of the country, His Majesty, may God protect and sponsor him, by building 40 thousand housing units, in addition to the housing commitment received In the current government program. And he added that the delivery of contracts for the Ramli suburb housing project comes as a complement to the timetable prepared for the implementation of the order of His Highness the Crown Prince to distribute 5,000 housing units, distributed over the projects of new Bahrain cities and projects of housing complexes in the governorates of the Kingdom, and that the Ministry was keen to complete the procedures for distributing this project and resume the time schedule for distributions By following precautionary measures to combat the Corona virus. .
He pointed out that the Ministry has distributed a large part of the unit contracts at the project site in Al-Ramly suburb, in order to provide the necessary spaces for the application of social divergence, as more than one point was identified within the site to deliver the contracts to a specific group of citizens, with an emphasis on wearing masks and setting time intervals Spacing between citizens' appointments to ensure that no more than 5 people are present at each distribution point.
He added that the distribution of Al-Ramly suburbs represents a new housing asset added to the achievements of the housing march in the Kingdom, pointing out that this step marks the start of the operation of one of the new cities in Bahrain, after the start of housing the first phases in Salman, Khalifa City, and East Hadd.
And Al-Hamr indicated that the Ramli suburb project is characterized by the presence of spaces designated for public parks and that the project was designed to be connected to a number of main entrances to accommodate the traffic movement of residents and visitors to the region, taking into account the provision of dedicated pedestrian and bicycle paths, and stops for public transport cars, in addition to providing stations Major and subsidiary electricity, one water station and another for wastewater treatment, as well as major services and facilities such as mosques, nurseries, kindergartens, schools, health and commercial facilities, and others.