Work on Al-Ramli housing project is expected to start early next year on finalizing budget procedures, it was announced.
The massive development project which includes more than 3500 housing units to cater to old applications featuring on the waiting lists as soon as possible.
The Housing Ministry has started over the past two years appropriating large land plots to draw up necessary designs so as to start carrying out Al-Ramli project.
the ministry said that the old applications featuring on the waiting lists would have the priority when allocating the housing units.
The massive city-like housing project would feature key facilities, facilities, green spaces and open areas, including mosques and schools.
In a statement today, the ministry said that the project is still confronting some challenges which may curb its execution and cause its delay.
It cited particularly the acts of some people who rallied to block the contractor who was commissioned to undertake the land-leveling work. They preventing the contractor from having access to part of the allocated land under the pretext that it is waqf-owned.
The ministry urged relevant official authorities and non-governmental parties to support its efforts so as to overcome challenges which are cubing the strategic project.