The Supreme Council for Planning approves the general strategic plan for the “Capital Gardens” city
Dr. Mostafa Madbouly, Prime Minister, chaired the meeting of the Supreme Council for Urban Planning and Development.
The meeting was attended by Dr. Hala Al-Saeed, Minister of Planning and Economic Development, Major General Mahmoud Shaarawi, Minister of Local Development, Dr. Yasmine Fouad, Minister of Environment, Dr. Asim Al-Jazzar, Minister of Housing, Utilities and Urban Communities, Mr. Al-Qusayr, Minister of Agriculture and Land Reclamation, and a number of experts and specialists who are members of the Council. .
The Supreme Council for Urban Planning and Development approved the general strategic plan for the city of “Gardens of the Capital”, which is an urban extension of Badr City, as it is located on the Cairo / Suez road, with a total area of 33.8 thousand feddans. The strategic plan for the city includes all the services that the city will include in terms of housing projects. , Industrial activities, entertainment services, green areas and hubs, and many other uses.
The city aims to attract nearly one million Prime Time Zone by 2032, and the city has the advantage of being close to the new administrative capital, which is a promising urban project.
During the meeting, the Council approved a number of issues presented to change the use of lands in several governorates, including the approval in principle of the request of the “MOT Investment and Projects Company” affiliated to the Ministry of Transport to change the use of 31 plots of land from the assets owned by the National Authority for Egyptian Railways with 13 Conservative for “residential, administrative, commercial, and entertainment” use, in light of the political leadership’s mandates to study the best ways to exploit the assets owned by all state agencies and to make the most of them, with reference to the importance of observing the conditions, controls and codes for various activities, and preparing a detailed study for each piece. Land separately in light of the terms and conditions contained in the strategic plans and environmental studies.
It was also approved to change the use of some other lands in a number of governorates.
On the other hand, during the meeting, the Qena governorate’s request was approved to declare the Maana area and the Naga Nasrallah area in Al-Hamidat in the Qena governorate as re-planning areas, as part of the implementation of the integrated urban development project, in partnership with the United Nations Human Settlements Program and the State Secretariat For Swiss Economic Affairs, which aims to support Qena Governorate to prepare detailed plans and implement infrastructure projects in extension and re-planning areas.
The article changing the use of 31 railway plots of land to residential, commercial and recreational activities was written in the Al-Borsa newspaper.