Sharjah Sustainable City Prepares to Launch Phase 3

Sharjah Sustainable City Prepares to Launch Phase 3

Sharjah Sustainable City aims to offer economical and eco-friendly way of living

Sharjah Sustainable City, a fully sustainable residential community developed by Sharjah Investment and Development Authority (Shurooq), in partnership with Diamond Developers, will soon launch the Phase 3 of the project.

With spacious layouts, excellent amenities and cutting-edge smart home and energy management technologies, Sharjah Sustainable City aims to offer economical and eco-friendly way of living and a high-quality of life.

The new area of Sharjah will offer many sustainable features, smart homes, energy-efficient appliances and rooftop solar PVC panels, as well as a comprehensive guide for owners on how to minimise their energy and water consumption, and reduce and recycle waste in the community.

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Ahmed Obaid Al Qaseer, Acting Chief Executive Officer of Sharjah Investment and Development Authority (Shurooq), said: "The Sharjah Sustainable City project embodies Shurooq's vision for the future.

By launching projects that put safeguarding the environment at the forefront of their priorities, we will ensure better living standards for us and future generations.

Furthermore, adopting the latest sustainability technologies in the project reflects our strong commitment towards supporting innovation and creativity, which has become a unique characteristic of Shurooq’s projects."

Salah Habib, Chief Executive Officer of Diamond Developers, added: "Sharjah Sustainable City marks a key milestone for us. At Diamond Developers, we are on a mission to roll-out sustainable cities that bring forward the 2050 Paris agreement targets."

Sharjah Sustainable City is designed with a net-zero approach to community planning.

The city is powered by renewable energy from solar PVC panels on villa rooftops and utility buildings, recycles 100% of wastewater for irrigation of landscaped areas, cultivates vegetables and leafy greens in biodomes on site, and is designed to encourage walkability and the use of clean mobility.

Using thermal insulating construction materials and windows, smart home automation, water-saving appliances, energy-saving electrical fittings and rooftop solar PVC installations, the new residents of Sharjah Sustainable City are projected to save of up to 50% on their electricity and water bills.

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