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A new app is being developed in the UAE to benefit those who have passed their driving tests through the Federal Traffic and Registration System, as the Ministry of Interior (MoI) has launched a driving license issuance service through its app UAE MoI.
Although Dubai may be more expensive place now than last year, it is still a more affordable destination to live in, than two-thirds of other 133 cities in the world, according to the ranking by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) Annual Cost of Living Report 2015.
Leading luxury real estate developer, Damac Properties, has launched the Jewel in the Crown luxury villas and mansions at its Akoya master development in Dubai.
The Dubai Municipalitys proposal to introduce mandatory affordable housing quotas for all new residential developments is long overdue, and it is likely to bring in a range of benefits to the UAE emirate and will drive in more maturity into the market, says leading international real estate consultants, Cluttons.
Growing cost of accommodation and education are primary reasons of concern for UAE expats, reveals the rankings of hottest expat destinations by HSBC.
All residents living in new residential and commercial buildings in the UAE may soon experience low flow of water from their water fixtures, owing to a new regulation, that aims to save 60 percent of water used in the buildings.
Employers in Dubai should adopt a different monetary incentive policy to retain critical talent in Dubai, as this may be a tough year for companies in the Middle East, with dip in crude oil prices, said HR consultancy firm, Towers Watson.
A total of 42 homes are being developed by the Kleindienst Group on the Monaco Island, which form part of Heart of Europe project on World Islands, with about 20 of the properties owned by the firm Privilege Dubai.
The largest integrated commercial, industrial and residential community in the Middle East, the Dubai Investments Park (DIP) has so far spend more than Dh 4billion in building and elevating its infrastructure to meet world-class standards.
The residents of Dubai can rest assured that there will be no increase in electricity charges for the next two years, the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) announced.
Nakheel is all set to launch a new shopping, dining and entertainment space at Al Khail Avenue, the latest project in the company’s growing retail portfolio.