posted on 06/09/2012: 769 views
The Sharjah Public Works Department and Sharjah Investment and Development Authority (Shurooq) will jointly open the Sharjah Corniche (Al Bahr Road) tonight (Thursday), after the completion of the Dh21 million development works and the provision of service facilities on the road that connects Ahmed bin Darwish Square to Al Merraija Square.
Corniche Road is situated within the Heart of Sharjah project, which is overseen by Shurooq, in cooperation with a number of government authorities and departments in Sharjah. Al Bahr Road forms the waterfront of the Heart of Sharjah project, which is considered to be one of the region's largest tourism and heritage projects.
Heart of Sharjah is a five-phase, 15-year historical preservation and restoration project that aims to revitalise the heritage area in the heart of Sharjah. Construction work on the first phase has already commenced. A committee, chaired by Sheikha Bodour Bint Sultan Al Qasimi, Chairman of Shurooq, and comprising representatives from the Ruler's Office, the Sharjah Art Foundation, the Sharjah Museums Department, and the Heritage Department, was set up to oversee the project, – Emirates News Agency, WAM
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