Egypt: PM concludes 8-hour tour of new administrative capital
Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli concluded an eight-hour tour of the new administrative capital by inspecting works in housing projects, including the Garden City district, as well as the Green River.
During the tour, Madbouli underlined the importance of the residential projects in the New Administrative Capital which represent a major attraction for the civilized project, affirming the government’s concern to ensure that they are carried out on time with the required quality. .
The Minister of Housing, Assem El Gazzar, informed Madbouli of the latest developments concerning the R3 district project which enjoys a privileged location in the heart of the capital, close to the government district and all services.
The completion rate in the third residential area is around 93%, the minister said.
The district is built on 1,016 fedsans, at a cost of EGP 25 billion, and includes around 24,000 homes, he added.
The Prime Minister also took note of the location of the villas in the fourth and fifth districts.
Madnouli and his companions also visited the Green River project in the heart of the New Administrative Capital, where he praised its level of implementation.
The project is being implemented with a completion rate of between 56.6% and 60.6% for its three sectors, Gazzar said.
It is established on 870 feddans, comprising 688 feddans of green spaces, lakes, playgrounds, bike paths, restaurant complexes and recreation areas, and 182 acres include plans for future investments and towers, he added.