By Staff writer
Development will have 729 houses, the largest residential complex the programme has carried out since its inception in 1999
The Sheikh Zayed Housing Programme will build a $272 million (AED1 billion) residential complex in Ajman, the largest residential complex the programme has carried out since its inception in 1999, according to Emirates News Agency (WAM).
The 950,000-square metre development will have 729 houses, with focus on sustainability, safety, eco-friendly and energy efficiency.
“The complex was designed to cater to the requirements of citizens for the time being and into the future,'' said Dr Abdullah bin Mohammed Belhaif Al Nuaimi, Minister of Infrastructure Development and Chairman of the programme.