Qatar’s Public Works Authority (Ashghal) has implemented road and infrastructure development works aimed at serving 22,000 key residential land plots distributed over 18 areas in the capital Doha between 2014 and 2017.
Of these, 20,637 plots are in existing areas and 1,829 are in new citizens land plots areas, said a statement from Ashghal.
As part of the future plan, the authority aims to implement infrastructure to serve 32,855 land plots during the next four years (2018-2022) distributed over 14 areas, of which 24,284 are in existing areas and 8,571 are in new citizens land plots areas.
Many of Ashghal’s infrastructure projects include green areas, cycle paths, pedestrian paths and many features that will improve the citizens’ lives in the areas, it stated.
Earlier five projects had been opened west of Doha city including roads and infrastructure development works to serve various areas such as Rawdat Abal Heeran project.
Ashghal is currently currently carrying out four projects to develop sewage networks serving around 3,000 plots, and 17 projects to develop roads and integrated infrastructure serving 10,000 plots and two land grading projects serving almost 2,000 plots.
In 2017 alone, it had completed 23 projects to develop infrastructure in various areas, serving 15,108 citizens land plots, of which 1,800 are part of the new citizens land plots areas.
So far, Ashghal has finished seven projects in Doha North serving more than 7,000 citizens land plots including roads and infrastructure development in Bani Hajer – Rawdat Egdaim, Al Gharrafa, and Rawdat Al Hamama areas.