DISCOVER AL AIN VISION 2030
Al Ain Vision 2030 known as major plan for emirate of Abu Dhabi. Al Ain is the soul of the Emirate. Its spirit emerges from the unique conjunction of Jebel Hafeet, the nurturing oases and the majestic desert. Both together sustained over 5000 years of continuous settlement. It now exemplifies both the ancient Bedouin traditions and the modern aspirations of the Emirate.
With over 400,000 of the region’s 540,000 people residing in Al Ain City alone, it is clear that the city is an important economic and social hub. Located in the plains descending west of the Hajar Mountains, the City of Al Ain is an ancient crossroads. Al Ain has an ancient irrigation system known as ‘falaj’ which fed city of lush oases.
For at least 5,000 years, it has offered a pleasant, cool respite from the heat of the surrounding desert. It he ancestral home of Abu Dhabi’s ruling Al Nayhan family.
Al Ain City Urban Structure Framework PlanIn 2007, the Abu Dhabi Urban Planning Council embarked on Plan Al Ain 2030. Al Ain Urban Structure Framework to help Al Ain evaluate and respond to current and future development challenges and support the evolution of the city into a model desert community. This plan, released in April 2009, covers the City of Al Ain and as such, has now been re-branded.
Long Term Plan:
This long-term plan is part of the overall vision in Al Ain Region. Al Ain Regional Structure Framework Plan in November 2009. Following the release of the Al Ain City Urban Structure Framework Plan, the UPC began creating a regional development strategy for the settlements located in the 29 districts across the wider Al Ain region.