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UPC Plans To Unveil Real Estate Approvals at Upcoming Cityscape

Posted by Staff Reporter on Apr 12, 2016 09:19 AM EDT
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The sun sets over the skyline of Abu Dhabi city on April 11, 2014 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. (Photo : Getty Images/Warren Little)

UPC will reportedly launch a new online street design application. The council revealed a draft of new developments that had gone through detailed planning approval. Senior executives had announced detailed reports of key developments that will push for urban landscape improvement in Abu Dhabi Emirate.

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HE Falah Al Ahbabi, director general, UPC, stated that the council was  proud to have had an exhibited at Cityscape last year. It had used the opportunity to provide an essential platform for engagement with stakeholders and to share the latest events with regards to their work and progress. It is able to reach a larger audience in a short period of time to explain its role and what it will do as it moves towards Abu Dhabi Vision 2030.

The UPC will utilize the exhibition to show highlights of detailed projects and ratings it had given to key developments in the Abu Dhabi's fourth quarter of 2015, as well as reveal a full recap for all projects granted approval last year, according to a feature from Construction Week Online.

The UPC will also release an update on the online Street Design tool, which will allow designers to create well-constructed, safe and walkable streets. It had the added benefit of allowing the use of utility corridors, sidewalks, and medians. It will enable designers to envision complete streets from their design and engineering perspectives.

Visitors to the event will have access to interactive exhibits where they will find out the latest reports on framework plans, master plans, initiatives, and policies.

The UPC stand will also include other offerings such as a scale model of the Abu Dhabi Metropolitan Area that had proved a hit at prior Cityscapes. The scale model will measuring 23 metres by 17 metres, and show the metropolitan area with new and existing projects, as well as iconic landmarks such as the Emirates Palace, Ferrari World on Yas Island, and Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, according to a feature from GDN Online

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