A meeting in the Presidency of the Council of Ministers decided to announce the organizational plans for the Yarmouk and Qaboun residential areas on January 2 and asked the study authorities to complete the completion of the organizational plans for the areas of Jobar, Ain Al-Fijah, Ain Al-Khadra and Basma.
The meeting focused on the necessity of these plans being compatible with the privacy enjoyed by these areas in terms of urban, environmental, agricultural and tourist aspects, and in order to compensate the people for the damage that was caused to their property by terrorism through taking into account the economic and social dimension in them.
The meeting, chaired by Eng. Imad Khamis, Prime Minister, approved studies of the organizational plans for the regions of Baba Amr, Al-Sultaniyyah and Jobar in Homs after presenting economic feasibility studies and agreed on the future vision for a plan for a number of areas, including Jouret Al-Shayah and Al-Khaldiyah and the façade of Al-Qusour neighborhood and Al-Qusayr city in Homs Governorate.
The meeting reviewed the studies presented by the General Company for Engineering Studies and Consulting and the Higher Institute for Regional Planning at the University of Damascus to organize these areas with a development vision consistent with the trends of urban development and better investment of its capabilities in all environmental, agricultural, commercial, investment and residential areas in order to achieve economic and social value for the people of the region.
The ministries of Transport, Public Works, Housing, Local Administration and the Environment and the Higher Institute for Regional Planning have been tasked with studying the reality of the Qaboun Railway Station and preparing a joint vision to achieve the greatest benefit from them in the future.
The attendees discussed the mechanism for preparing organizational plans and analyzing the current status of each region, the rates of damages, the reality of infrastructures, field studies and planning alternatives proposed to reach a flexible organizational chart that achieves urban, social and economic investment development.