Kiosks project in Liwa reaches 70%

Kiosks project to support home projets in Wilayat of Liwa 70% complete

Liwa: The completion rate in the kiosks project to support home projects in the Wilayat of Liwa in the North Al Batinah Governorate has reached 70 percent, as part of the efforts of Liwa Municipality to support owners of home projects and various development projects to serve the community.

Ahmed bin Ali Al Shehhi, Director of the Municipality Department of Balwa, explained that the kiosks project is one of the model projects in the state, and aims to support home project owners by creating an area prepared with a modern design with an area of ​​more than 170 square meters.

He pointed out that the project includes work on paving the road using an interlock with a width of 3 meters and electrical and sanitary connections to the kiosks, in addition to installing lighting poles and a number of services.

The kiosks project is being implemented in the state center near the Liwa Wilayat roundabout. The director of the Balwa Municipality Department pointed out that the location of the kiosks was carefully chosen.

It is located near Liwa Roundabout, along the main street for those coming from the state of Shinas. This project also aims to organize the sales process in a designated and prepared place where consumers can wander around and buy the products that suit them.

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