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KUWAIT CITY, July 20: The purchase committee of the Kuwait Municipality has agreed to fl oat a tender worth half a million dinars for the preparation of advisory studies for the project to develop and beautify Kuwait City for a period of ten months, reports Al-Qabas daily. The committee stipulated the availability of financial accreditation, and the necessary approvals obtained from the regulatory authorities in accordance with the laws and regulating circulars.
The Kuwait City beautification project aims at creating a sustainable urban environment in line with the environmental, economic, cultural and recreational aspects of the Kuwaiti way of life. It is worth mentioning that the municipality has taken measures for including the Kuwait City beautification project in the budget of the 2022/2023 fiscal year in order to be able to implement the Cabinet’s decision within the required timeline. Coordination is ongoing with various institutions in the public and private sectors, ministries and civil society organizations to cooperate, participate and present their initiatives related to this project.
The municipality’s vision is that Kuwait City should be sustainable and contribute positively to the local and regional development plans, while adhering to the highest standards of sustainable development and civic social responsibility, and improving Kuwait’s civilized vision. The municipality has undertaken to achieve its mission by providing an appropriate environment to facilitate and support development initiatives in both public and private sectors and civil society organizations in order to achieve a sustainable recovery, and realize the vision of the State of Kuwait for an environmentally, economically and socially sustainable city.
Meanwhile, an informed source revealed that the Supreme Planning Committee, in its last meeting concerning the transfer of the tent market, assigned the head of the Public Markets Committee Eng. Muhammad Sarkhouh to coordinate with the projects sector, and hold an urgent meeting with Kuwait Fire Service Directorate (KFSD) to discuss the application of the necessary conditions and requirements, find appropriate solutions for all obstacles according to the existing situation, and submit a report.