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Qatar allocates QR750 million for two landscaping, beautification projects

The Ministry of Municipality and Environment (MME), represented by the Public Parks Department, has announced new projects for beautification and landscaping.

A total sum of QR750 million has been allocated for the two projects which will be used for landscaping and beautification. The two projects will be implemented in the coming years.

For the first project, a total of QR250 million has been earmarked for the beautification of seven main streets in Doha — Onaiza, Beheira, Jleiah, Khalifa, Marrakiah, Duhail and Qutaifiya. These streets will be beautified with landscaping, re-building of sidewalks, interlock, walkways and other civil works.

For the second project, the MME has earmarked QR500 million. 


There are four public parks projects within the plan. The works include rehabilitation of Rawdat Al Khail Garden and Ras Abu Aboud Park. The project includes opening of new gardens in Al Gharafa and Umm Al-Sinim.

A specialized team from the Public Parks Department has been formed to oversee the projects in coordination with the committee of supervising the beautification of roads and public places in the country.

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