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|20 March, 2019

Oman government seeks investment bids for 13 sites in North Sharqiyah

The deadline for application is April 30 till 9am

Image used for illustrative purpose. Al Majaz Waterfront 25 Restaurants and Cafes Offering Rich Local and International Flavours

Image used for illustrative purpose. Al Majaz Waterfront 25 Restaurants and Cafes Offering Rich Local and International Flavours

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Muscat - The Ministry of Regional Municipalities and Water Resources (MRMWR) has called for investments for establishing a number entertainment areas, cafés in North Sharqiyah governorate. 

The ministry is re-offering 13 sites in different wilayats for the purpose. Interested institutions and companies can get guidelines for projects from the Directorate General of Regional Municipalities and Water Resources in North Sharqiyah. The deadline for application is April 30 till 9am. Ibra: The ministry is looking to set up eight shops in a public park and a restaurant in the Ibra Public Park.

A site will be allocated in the Talat al Jebel area to set up a coffee shop. An entertainment and games centre will be set up in the children’s playground in Al Aliyah area. Investments have also been called for industrial land in Mourab Dakik al Sinai with an area of 3,300sq m. Bidiyah: Land has been re-offered by the ministry to set up an animal pen inside the Bilghabi Slaughterhouse in the wilayat.

The ministry seeks to set up a café and clearance office in a part of the Bidiyah Municipality land. Mudhaibi: The ministry will offer a part of the Mudhaibi Municipality land to set up a café and a clearance office. The ministry is also seeking investments for cafés and clearance offices in the civic body’s branches in Sinaw and Samad al Shan. It will also set up a coffee shop, and electronic games centre in Sinaw. Investments have been called for an industrial area (1,500sq m) in Murab al Mudhaibi. Dima Wa al Taien: The ministry seeks to set up a coffee shop and entertainment centre in a public park in Mahlah area.

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