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Dubai approves $35m homes plan for ambulance workers

Deputy ruler Sheikh Hamdan backs proposals for residential complex for staff of Dubai Corporation for Ambulance Services

Dubai approves $35m homes plan for ambulance workers

Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum, deputy Ruler of Dubai and UAE Minister of Finance, has approved a AED128 million ($34.8 million) residential complex for employees of the Dubai Corporation for Ambulance Services.

The initiative in Warsan-3 is a joint co-operation between Dubai Municipality and the Dubai Corporation for Ambulance Services, news agency WAM reported.

The project is a part of the Dubai Municipality's efforts to serve the citizens and government departments, said Hussain Nasser Lootah, director general of Dubai Municipality.

The project includes five apartment buildings with ground plus three floors, two buildings for family housing consisting of 48 apartments and three buildings for individuals with 284 residential rooms.

The complex will have two swimming pools, two playgrounds, green patches and a children's play area.

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