The Dubai 2040 Urban Master Plan’s second phase has received Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum’s approval. Enhancing Urban Centers, Dubai’s Real Estate Strategy, Urban Farming Plan, Preserving Urban Heritage Plan, and Developing the 20-Minute City Policy are just a few of the programs that make up Phase II. Additionally, His Highness examined the development of 17 initiatives and projects that were a part of the preliminary stage. A high-yield agricultural and agriculture framework is included in the Dubai 2040 Urban Master Plan. Phase II also contains strategies for enhancing the emirate’s character through the preservation of urban history. The second phase of the Dubai 2040 Urban Master Plan includes a framework for high-yield agriculture and farming by identifying suitable locations and developing the infrastructure and facilities required to ensure food security.
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum received a briefing on the 17 projects that have either been finished or are almost finished. Launching the Hatta Development Master Plan to improve well-being was one of the completed tasks. Numerous projects connected to the Dubai 2040 Urban Master Plan have been finished by the Supreme Committee of Urban Planning. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum authorized the plan in March 2021 with the goal of making Dubai the finest city in the world to live in. The expansion of Dubai’s public beaches and the creation of a draft of the Dubai Wellbeing Strategy are two of the remaining five initiatives.
In accordance with a graded structure of urban centers with a variety of uses and densities, Dubai’s new master plan outlines six stages of urbanization. The Dubai International Financial Centre, Sheikh Zayed Road, Business Bay, and Downtown are the city’s economic and commercial hubs, and Dubai Marina and Jumeirah Lakes Towers are its tourism and entertainment hubs. Expo 2020 Center, a hub for exhibits, tourism, and logistics, as well as an economic and growth hotspot, and Dubai Silicon Oasis Center, a scientific, technology, and information hub, are the two new centers.
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