Port Said Governor Adel al-Ghadban, accompanied by a delegation from Local Administration Committee at the Parliament headed by Ahmed Al-Sigini, visited ÉCLAT and Sahet Misr, which are being developed by New Plan Developments in the governorate.
The delegation visited a number of villages and hotels to learn about the governorate’s achievements in various sectors.
Al-Ghadban recognised the development work in ÉCLAT village, which has become one of the most important tourist resorts in the governorate that stands out by providing tourism services at the highest level.
He explained that the governorate includes various investment opportunities in all sectors, praising the level of development of ÉCLAT resort, which is consistent with objectives of tourism sector development in Port Said, besides, placing Port Said on the tourism map.
Furthermore, the delegation visited Sahet Misr, which was admired by the governor and members of Parliament’s committee. Sahet Misr area is one of the most important tourist attractions in the governorate that has a distinctive aesthetic and civilised design.
For his part, Chairman of New Plan Developments Walid Khalil stressed the importance of the diverse and distinguished investment opportunities that are available in Port Said governorate.
Khalil added that the company is developing ÉCLAT resort in partnership with Port Said governorate. ÉCLAT is a residential project situated on 40,000sq, comprising 350 housing units, he said, noting that the company is developing it according to the latest architectural designs.
Comprising an artificial lake on 5,000 sqm, the project will be delivered within a year and a half of contracting with clients, he explained.
“Sahet Misr is a park developed by New Plan Developments in the governorate. The park encompasses an iconic statue with a height of 17sq with entire development of History Park to be under the name of Sahet Misr to go in line with the state’s general trend in development and modernisation at all levels of Suez Canal region,” Khalil elaborated. “The company is developing Sahet Misr within the framework of its corporate social responsibility (CSR) in Port Said governorate.”
He further disclosed that the company is developing Sahet Misr as a gift to the Port Said governorate and to Egypt as a whole. The project includes a global statue “Mother of the World” that all ships passing through the Suez Canal will be able to see.