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You have all heard about those grand and massive apartment buildings in Dubai I suspect. Well, you may want to consider again if you are thinking about moving to Dubai to retire.
Letter from a resident to the Dubai news online, 7 Days:
I moved to Al Warqa 2 in 2011 and have been happy with the building and the facilities. The quality of materials used in the buildings is second to none in Dubai. However, there is one problem that torments every resident in Al Warqa. There are no roads that lead to the building. Each of the buildings is beautifully constructed with modern designs but each of them lies inside a sand pit.
Initially Al Warqa was known to be land to only locals with villas of their own, however over the past few years, a number of residential apartment buildings have been built. The path to the building I live in is completely off-road for approximately 600m. I know this might sound like a short distance, but going back and forth twice a day for a whole year with a small car does have an impact on the car. Not all of us can afford 4x4s
With the number of residents in these areas, it would be a small investment for the government to build some roads and increase the number of people in the area.
Would be great to know how we can contact the authorities to be able to get this situation sorted.
I believe that tar is made from petroleum. Do you suppose Dubai has access to some crude oil in the Persian Gulf region.