Tuesday, 7 Jul 2020
Occidental Oman to construct first public park in Hamra al Duroo

Occidental Oman to construct initial public park in Hamra al Duroo

Muscat – 

As element of its lengthy-term commitment to serve the nearby neighborhood in Oman, Occidental Oman will construct the initial public park in Hamra al Duroo in Ibri. In collaboration and coordination with the Ministry of Regional Municipalities and Water Resources (MRMWR,) Occidental Oman will develop the park and hand it more than as a present to the folks of Hamra al Duroo. In order to coordinate the efforts, a sponsorship agreement was signed among Occidental Oman and MRMWR.

The signing ceremony was held at the headquarters of Occidental Oman beneath the auspices of H E Sheikh Saif bin Hamiar bin Mohamed al Malik al Shehi, Governor of Dhahirah, and was attended by deputy Wali of Hamra al Duroo, Sheikh Hamad bin Sultan al Busaidi. Abdullah bin Mohammed al Siyabi, director of Ibri Municipality, and Stephen Kelly, president and GM of Occidental Oman, have been signatories for their respective organisations. Under this agreement, the building of the park will be carried out beneath the supervision of MRMWR, which will also operate and preserve the park.

The park will cover a total region of 7,018sq m and will consist of landscaped places, children’s play places, shaded sitting places and paved walkways, as nicely as permanent structures such as toilets, prayer rooms and a coffee shop. The park will be planted with all-natural grass, palm trees, shade trees and flowers.

“This initiative is one of many carried out by Occidental Oman in its endeavour to strengthen its social ties with the local community where we operate. We present this gift to the community of Hamra al Duroo as a token of being a good neighbour and we hope that it will be a popular gathering area for families to socialise and children to enjoy themselves and play,” mentioned Kelly.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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