Bunya, the regulatory authority of Reem Island, today officially planted the first tree on its Reem Island development, embarking on a green journey in conjunction with Tamouh, Reem Investments and Sorouh, the three master developers of the island.
On behalf of His Highness Sheikh Tahnoon Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, a leading figure in many of Abu Dhabi’s real estate projects, His Excellency Abdul Hamid Saeed, Chairman of Reem Investments, led the tree planting ceremony in the presence of senior officials from Bunya, as well as the Chairmen and CEOs of thedevelopers.
The event complements the three master developers’ vision of building a premier residential and commercial destination where landscaping will become a vital component.
His Excellency Abdul Hamid Saeed said: “The three developers remain committed to delivering an enchanting lifestyle on Reem Island. By planting trees on the project, we not only add to the natural beauty and landscape of the development, we will also contribute to supporting environmental sustainability in line with the Abu Dhabi 2030 plan”.
Tariq Sultan, CEO of Bunya, said: “We thank Tamouh, Reem Investments and Sorouh for collaborating with us to achieve this shared vision.”
The island’s key priority is to offer Abu Dhabi residents quality lifestyle through its innovative projects. Bunya, which is also responsible for Reem Island’s infrastructure, has completed the first phase of the plan.
Tamouh, which is developing 60 per cent of the island, will open the doors for Marina Square to residents within the coming few months. Marina Square is the first phase of the island’s development to be delivered by Tamouh that is also developing several projects in Abu Dhabi City such as Meena Plaza and Danat Gateway
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