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A Huge Public Park Is Being Developed in Dubai

A Huge Public Park Is Being Developed in Dubai

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A Huge Public Park Is Being Developed in Dubai


A Huge Public Park Is Being Developed in Dubai


Outdoor spaces and greenery in the Emirate will be getting a huge boost with this new park.
 
Outdoor lovers – you’re all in for a big treat! Dubai’s largest public park has just been announced and it’s promising to impress.

Dubai Holding has just signed a deal with the Dubai Municipality to create the Emirate’s biggest public park in DubaiLand, spanning over a whopping 1.43 million square metres.
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If you’re trying to picture just how big that is, think around the size of London’s Hyde Park spread across 350 acres or three times the size of Dubai’s Zabeel Park. 

This project will result in a 17 per cent increase in public space in the Emirate.  

What’s in it?

Full of green spaces, this park will feature 30km of pathways, 20km of jogging tracks, 14km of cycle tracks, 7km of nature trails and 45 sports grounds, making it the ideal spot to stay active.

SEE ALSO: New cycling tracks to be installed in Dubai communities

Additionally, parents will be happy to know that there will be 55 playgrounds to entertain their kids in. There will also be retails shops, restaurants, coffee shops and event spaces to cater to all your needs.

Everyone will be able to enjoy free WiFi throughout the park!

Dubai's largest park

Will it be sustainable?

That’s a big YES! The park will have 15,000 trees by its completion. In addition, there will be on-site power generation as well as waste recycling and natural shading. The air’s quality is bound to improve in this area!

The park will also reduce water consumption by 5 litres per square metre, and so preserving the environment even more.

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When will it open?

For the moment, the finish date has yet to be confirmed, but phase one construction will start this year. The first phase includes 318,000 square metres of greenery, with the 4km jogging track, 2km cycling track and 7km walkways. 
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