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The Prime Minister's advisor, Fadi Al-Shammari, explained today, Thursday, the details of the first three phases of the new Sadr City project, while noting that the project will be available to all citizens.
Al-Shammari said, in a statement received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA): "The Sadr City project is considered one of the strategic projects that enjoy special care and attention from the Iraqi government and the person of Prime Minister Muhammad Shia'a Al-Sudani," noting, "The Baghdad Municipality has signed the advisory contract with a consortium of companies." International for a comprehensive design of the city and its service facilities, infrastructure and green spaces.
He added, "After the designs are approved and the final touches are put in place, the implementation process will start directly within record periods," noting that "the first phase of project implementation will take 4 months."
He stressed, "The city will be available to all citizens," pointing out, "The new Sadr City site will be in the Al-Seddah area, towards the factories, and will cover an area of 4,200 dunums."
And he stated, "The Municipality of Baghdad has developed a timing map for the executive stages of the new city, which will be in the form of a schedule that takes 4 months to complete the designs of the first phase in full, which includes housing units of a thousand housing units, in addition to green spaces, public service activities, and integrated infrastructure." He explained, "Upon the completion of the first phase, a quick move will be made to the second phase, which will include the completion of the city's designs, at the rate of ten thousand housing units, which is expected to be completed within two months after the completion of the first phase."
He explained, "After the completion of the first phase, the government will start the process of implementing the project immediately, using the latest new methods and international standards," noting that "the design process and the comprehensive vision took into account the map and the social nature of the city's people."
He pointed out, "The third phase of the project will provide ninety thousand additional housing units; to meet the needs of the community and provide housing worthy of the Iraqi citizen," stressing, "the preparation of a strategic vision for the project under the direct supervision of Prime Minister Muhammad Shia' al-Sudani and the Municipality of Baghdad, and it was approved based on the needs of cities and provinces." and urban design.[/size]
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