Sharjah used car market is to be shifted in Q2

The new market, which can accommodate 298 showrooms, is located between the Sharjah Airport terminal and the Sharjah Free Zone. Inhabitants of Abu Shagara, where the utilized cars market is currently situated, will certainly soon be able to breathe a sigh of relief as the Al Roq’ah Al Hamra used cars marketplace project is slated for inauguration in the second quarter of 2015, a senior Sharjah Municipality formal told Khaleej Times.

The new market, which can accommodate 298 showrooms, is located between the Sharjah Airport terminal and the Sharjah Free Zone. “The municipality is working towards shifting the old market (at Abu Shagara) to the new one at the first so as to put an end to traffic congestion as well as the residents’ parking woes. ” He explained that the shifting was postponed so as to provide car dealers and their particular customers with all necessary services.

Residents of Abu Shagara expressed happiness at the news. “The area is not good for living. Currently, a large number of people have moved to other areas. The area is very polluted, noisy, crowded plus unsafe for families, ” said Amjad Adam, a resident.

Nasra Khan, another citizen, said she is “tired of awaiting the municipality to shift the particular used cars market from the locality”. “Despite the municipality introducing parking meters in the area, parking problems have never been solved. Companies dealing in utilized cars located in the neighbourhood still occupy almost all parking spaces in the area. ”

The proprietors of used cars showrooms also welcomed the announcement and advised the municipality to execute the particular project at the earliest as it has been delayed for two years.

Issam Hassan, manager of Nile used cars showroom, said the particular completion of the new used car market will be the only solution to protect the business. “This is a residential area in which greater than 500 used cars showrooms are doing business. The residents are suffering and the showroom owners are losing money. (If parked illegally), the municipality tows away cars and penalties us Dh500 and Dh300 as recovery fees.

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The new marketplace, which can accommodate 298 showrooms, is located between the Sharjah International Airport and the Sharjah Free Zone. Residents of Abu Shagara, where the used cars marketplace is currently situated, will soon have the ability to breathe a sigh of comfort as the Al Roq’ah Al Hamra used cars market project is usually slated for inauguration in the second quarter of 2015, a older Sharjah Municipality official told Khaleej Times.

The new marketplace, which can accommodate 298 showrooms, is located between the Sharjah International Airport and the Sharjah Free Zone. “The municipality is usually working towards shifting the old marketplace (at Abu Shagara) to the new one at the earliest so as to stop traffic congestion and the residents’ parking woes. ” He explained that the shifting was postponed so as to provide car dealers and their customers using necessary services.

Inhabitants of Abu Shagara expressed happiness at the news. “The area is not really good for living. Already, a large number of people have moved to other areas. The area is very polluted, noisy, crowded and unsafe designed for families, ” said Amjad Adam, a resident.

Nasra Khan, another resident, said she is “tired of waiting for the municipality to shift the used cars market from the locality”. “Despite the particular municipality introducing parking meters in the area, parking problems have not been resolved. Companies dealing in used cars positioned in the neighbourhood continue to occupy almost all parking spaces in the area. ”

The owners of utilized cars showrooms also welcomed the particular announcement and urged the municipality to execute the project on the earliest as it has been delayed for 2 years.

Issam Hassan, manager of Nile used cars showroom, said the completion of the new used car market is the only treatment for protect the business. “This is a residential area in which more than 500 utilized cars showrooms are doing business. The residents are suffering and the showroom owners are losing money. (If left illegally), the municipality tows away cars and fines us Dh500 and Dh300 as recovery costs.

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