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Jumeirah Golf Estates on-track for 1st phase Whispering Pines villas

The Jumeirah Golf Estates, a luxury residential golf community in Dubai, is on-track to fulfil its commitment of handing over the initial 160 villas of the Whispering Pines portion of Phase A Earth zone over the coming few days, the company revealed. The company recently received approval from Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) for 120MW power grid for the first phase of its Whispering Pines residential development.


The substations (Seven – 11KV) substations under the grid are already supplying an aggregate of 12MW to the community of luxury residential golf community arising along Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road in Dubai.


The Jumeirah Golf Estates feature world-class golf courses with various environmental themes – Fire, Water, Earth and Wind. The Phase A of the development covers 13 residential communities of 1100 villas adjacent to the 18-hole for each Fire and Earth courses, designed by golfing legend Greg Norman. The Earth Course serves as the annual venue for the DP World and Tour to Dubai Championships.


The Whispering Pines community includes three and four bedroom villas constructed from authentic Tuscan-inspired materials. Each European country-styled villa comes with two car garages and an exterior swimming pool.


The whole community is lined with secluded gardens and other water features. The villas of Jumeirah Golf Estates are all spread across the hills, which is the first-of-its-kind in the UAE.


The approval of DEWA facility marks a major milestone in the evolution of the Estates, and confirms the ability of the company to meet commitments. This unique-themed community would further strengthen Dubai’s status of being an elite property hub, commented Yousif Kazim, General manager.


With the newly-built substations already supplying power to Whispering Pines community, the handover of the initial batch of villas from this community is likely to begin shortly, the official said.


He added that villas in the Lime Tree Valley, Olive Point and Sienna Lakes Communities will also be provided with electricity during the same period, and the handover of villas to customers would also begin soon, he added.


Posted on 8/10/2013

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