ALULA: The Royal Commission for AlUla (RCU) has begun receiving applications for building permits in the second phase of the sustainable development of AlUla’s southern districts.
The RCU has committed to preparing and developing the urban environment through a number of programs and initiatives. In the city, the commission aims to use architectural models and designs inspired by the traditional styles of Arab architecture.
The area will be expanded by 1 million square meters and will include green spaces, sports fields, gardens and parks that form a distinctive urban level through connecting those elements with AlUla’s natural environment and heritage.
Based on its vision, the RCU will focus on the citizens and residents of AlUla as a basis for developing and highlighting the historic city as a global tourist destination for heritage, culture and arts, that sustainably preserves the integrated urban landscape, along with elements that are in harmony with the environment. Sustainable development in AlUla is characterized by innovative infrastructure, through which the RCU aims to create an ideal destination for living and working, and aspires to provide high quality of life in model neighborhoods.