Dubai Real Estate Faces Infrastructure Issues

By: George Gonigal

The commercial property segment forms a significant part of Dubai real estate sector. According to Dubai property builders, the commercial property sector in Dubai property bazaar is the one that has brought it international recognition.

With this all-pervasive optimism, Dubai property builders are building a number of commercial properties that are no way less than their international counterparts in the US, Japan and Europe.

The property prices are reaching unprecedented levels, notwithstanding to the global recessionary trends. The companies operating from Dubai, however, also report on infrastructural bottlenecks that they face.

Just like Gurgaon, India's cyber city, also struggle with shortage of electricity and water. In absence of these basic facilities, many companies prefer to install their own power generation systems, albeit the water crisis is something that they find out of their gamut.

Recently, the local residents in Gurgaon filed a petition in the Supreme Court, requesting that the apex court should ban further construction of shopping malls and other real estate, as the city does not have infrastructure to support itself and in this case, construction of more properties will only worsen the issue.

Although, there is no such incident taking place in Dubai property market, the issue of water and electricity shortage in an advanced city like Dubai only suggest that the real estate industry has been facing identical issues all across the world and there is a dire need of comprehensive policy that integrates real estate and infrastructure development in every city.

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