Monday, October 28, 2013

Jumeirah Corniche development to be longest in the emirate

The Vice-President and Prime Minister of UAE and Ruler of Dubai has sanctioned the Jumeirah Corniche Development project to be built along the beach, adjoining six residential districts, beginning from the area behind Dubai Marina Beach Resort, down to Burj Arab Hotel, stretching 14 kilometres in length, thereby constituting longest corniche in the emirate.

Sheikh Mohammad has instructed to link both the walkway and the jogging track with Dubai Canal project and for Corniche project to be completed in a year's time.  Sheikh Mohammed said that the project aims to offer improved quality of life to nationals and expats, and these developmental projects are integrating to attain this ultimate goal.

Shaikh Mohammed asserted that the walking and jogging tracks are necessary to have healthy and productive individual.  More such amenities will be created and developed to serve various residential areas in Dubai, so that residents of Dubai can make use of these to practice sports and to keep their bodies and minds fit, Sheikh Mohammed said.

Sheikh Mohammad made this statement during his tour to project site, accompanied by HH Shaikh Maktoum bin Mohammad bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai and His Excellency Mohammad Ibrahim Al Shaibani, the Director-General of HH the Ruler's Court of Dubai.

On completion of development, the Jumeirah Corniche will be the longest in the emirate, giving the public a bigger area to enjoy several activities. The project serves big sectors of the community, especially families and also offers public utility services, particularly beaches, parks and outstanding touristic attractions.
Apart from the value of project as a recreational and entertainment addition to the emirate, Jumeirah Corniche represents a major contribution to the public’s health and in developing social infrastructure in Dubai. On completion, the project facilitates variety of sports including walking, jogging, swimming, rowing and other activities aimed at contributing to family fitness.

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