Urbanism fully emerged as a need to respond to strong urbanization. According to recent studies, Dubai’s population is expected to increase from 3.3 million in 2020 to 5.8 million in 2040, while the daily population is expected to increase from 4.5 million in 2020 to 7.8 million in 2040. Its highlights include the modernization of Dubai’s urban areas: Deira and Bur Dubai, Downtown and Business Bay, Dubai Marina and JBR, as well as the two new Expo 2020 Centers and the Dubai Silicon Oasis Centre. Following this strategy, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) invested more than $1.9 billion in the implementation of the updated smart grid strategy in 20212035.
As a result of the Dubai 2040 Urban Master Plan project, green and recreational areas will multiply. Sales reservation and rural sales area will account for 60 percent of the total area of the emirate, several green corridors will be built to connect service areas, residential areas, workplaces and facilitate the movement of pedestrians, bicycles and means of sustainable mobility throughout the city. The area of land for hotels and tourism activities will increase by 134 percent and for commercial activities will increase to 168 kilometers from Tverench. The land area for education and health facilities increased by 25 percent and the length of state finances increased by 400 percent. Hence the business trap for esk company is engaged in the optimization and management of the energy consumption of commercial buildings, for glass specializing in the interior design of grand hotel entrance halls, hospitals and office buildings and for esk company seek sustainable and autonomous transportation.
New tracks for mountain bikes
The Dubai 2040 Urban Master Plan is also fully developed for the Hatta winter tourist area. This is a complete package (20222026) for the construction of a track for bicycles and scooters, it will be created on a 120 km link connecting attractions and residential areas. This includes the construction of the longest mountain bike route in the United Arab Emirates to a world specification that will host international competitions and events. It is also fully focused on supporting young entrepreneurs from small and medium enterprises company. It supports their creative projects and ideas to support sustainable economic development in this area. The expected outcome of this project is sustainable tourism, which together with agriculture contributes to the GDP of the Hatta region and 32%, doubling the population in the region by 2040 and the construction of hydroelectric power plants.
Royal Atlantis Resort, for example, provides a master plan project. There will be 231 residences and 795 guest suites. The corners of the building are connected by an infinity pool which is 90 meters above ground level. The developer is Kerzner International and the project is completed by the end of 2022.
There will be a car-free city from the EXPO area
After the transformation from EXPO 2020, District 2020 will be the first city in the United Arab Emirates with a 15-minute duration and a thriving metropolis without car traffic. This will include routes for autonomous vehicles, a ten-kilometer bicycle path, a wide pedestrian path and a five-kilometer bicycle path. And by the end of this year, it will open with its first commercial customer, offering District 2020 space to 85 startups and small businesses.
Construction of the Ciel Tower in Dubai, which will become the world’s largest independent hotel at 365 meters high, is in progress, spanning up to 52 floors. The Ciel Tower will have over 1,000 rooms and suites, well equipped, Ciel Observatory & Lounge located on the 81st floor and Sky Terrace with infinity pool and bar. The key element of the hotel is a 100-meter atrium with a terrace that folds vertically, which will cover the 82 floors of the building. The developer is the First Group.
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