Egypt targets to implement utility projects in Arab and African countries, aiming to support financial resources of Egyptian companies.
Those are located in New Aswan, Capital Gardens, New 6th of October, New Obour, New 10th of Ramadan, and Hurghada.
The President directed the government to continue developing and raising the efficiency of roads and traffic axes in various regions in Greater Cairo, to ease movement for and to eliminate traffic congestion.
There will be three types of those buildings.
The exhibition runs under the patronage of Egypt’s Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly, Prime Minister of Egypt, and will be inaugurated by Minister of Housing, Assem El Gazzar, as it is the only construction event supported by the Ministry of Housing, Utilities and Urban Communities.
The New Aswan City is established on 22,000 feddans per a cabinet decree, to offer social housing for nearly 850,000 residents.
Egypt’s Law No. 202 of 2020 aims to issue a law regulating waste management, to eliminate the problem of garbage and waste, through the establishment of a body tasked with organizing and managing waste.
The Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS) released Tuesday figures on residential units built in FY2020/2021.
A public beach is being introduced in a bid to dispel the perception of the novel coastal destination as exclusive to the rich.
The Egyptian Center for Strategic Studies (ECSS) published a study that recommends setting a comprehensive strategy on the matter.
Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli met Wednesday with large cement and steel manufacturers at the Cabinet's headquarters to discuss the hike in prices.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi inspected two other roads.
That was during a meeting with the prime minister and minister of justice.
Most of the encroachments were in the form of unlicensed buildings.
Head of New October City Development Agency Mohamed Abdel Maqsoud gave an overview of the progress rate.
New Suez is one of 17 fourth-generation cities Egypt is introducing for the first time ever.
Egypt has completed the first phase of constructing the tallest town in the whole African continent, according to a statement by the Egyptian Ministry of Housing on Thursday.
Construction in Egypt is expected to have grown at 7.7 percent in 2020, and 8.9 percent in 2021 according to GlobalData.
It is located in the New Administrative Capital's Business Neighborhood in specific.
The chief of state urged to meet the deadlines and standards given that the New Capital represents the new Egyptian state and its modern reality.