The landscaping at the entrance to the integrated residential city.

Bahraini developer Diyar Al Muharraq said it has begun secondary infrastructure works at the key B3 residential building plots within its integrated city project located in the northern part of the kingdom’s Muharraq island on a total area of 12 sq km..

The B3 project comprises 38 housing plots with sizes ranging between 454 sq m and 979 sq m, located near Diyar Al Muharraq’s main entrance, Marassi Al Bahrain, and Al Naseem, said the developer.

The scope of work includes construction of the inner road as well as key services such as streetlighting, sewage and rainwater networks, electricity and water networks, as well as setting up of telecommunications networks in partnership with BNET, it added.

CEO Engineer Ahmed Ali Alammadi said: “We are pleased to announce the start of secondary infrastructure works on our B3 plots, with an expected completion date during the third quarter.”

Among other developments,  Diyar Al Muharraq has announced the completion of the landscaping project at the entrance to the integrated residential city.

The project, which runs over 1.15-km long, comes as part of a series of initiatives under Diyar Al Muharraq’s afforestation project, with the aim of increasing the green spaces and key facilities, including Hadiqat Al Diyar.

The Bahraini developer had signed up Daira Contracting to implement the project, for which it had used a variety of evergreen trees, shrubs, and a range of flowers and roses.