Bahrain

October 26, 2005

06:42 GMT

GFH Commercial Bank (GFHCB), the wholly-owned onshore commercial banking subsidiary of Gulf Finance House B.S.C. (GFH) and the lead developers of Oryx Hills within the Al Areen development, have annou

October 25, 2005

07:54 GMT

Land - Ownership rules for large private gardens may be changed in some parts of Barbar, to allow for smaller plots of land, the GDN reported on Tuesday.  Curently, any private garden must be a minimu

October 24, 2005

06:55 GMT

Bahrain's Prime Minister, Shaikh Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, on Sunday chaired the weekly Cabinet meeting. During the meeting, Shaikh Khalifa reviewed with the Cabinet the progress on the housing f

06:50 GMT

With over $6 billion infrastructure development projects in the pipeline, Bahrain’s building suppliers have been feeling the growing demand. This was the main reason for last week's announcement on th

October 23, 2005

09:14 GMT

Pearl Real Estate Development Company, a consortium of investors from Bahrain, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the UAE, announced that it has entered into an agreement with Bank of Bahrain and Kuwait

06:52 GMT

The Al Areen Holding Company (Al Areen), developers of the landmark mixed-use Al Areen development in the Kingdom of Bahrain, has announced the launch of a key component of the project – The Lost Para

October 20, 2005

06:38 GMT

500 new housing units will be built in Jeblat Habshi, Bahrain. The proposal submitted by the Kuwait Finance House (KFH) has been approved by the Central Municipality and the Central Municipal Council,

06:33 GMT

Bahraini engineer Waleed Ishaq Saffy has been named as general manager of Al Areen development. The appointment was declared by Al Areen Holding Company (Al Areen), developers of the $750 million mixe

October 19, 2005

08:24 GMT

Works on a new BD4.54 million government housing project in Umm Al Hassam are expected to begin soon, the GDN has reported.

October 18, 2005

07:44 GMT

A total of BD2 billion was invested in Bahrain's real estate market during 2004 but the 3 per cent registration fee was paid in respect of only BD36 million of property Jameel Al Matrook told the Shur