Construction Oman signs $390m agreements to develop integrated cities By Staff Writer January 5, 2023 Oman News Agency The agreements include the construction of an integrated cities and service stations across the country Oman’s Ministry of Housing and Urban Planning has signed eight agreements worth OMR150 million ($389.59 million) to build real estate projects and integrated service stations across the country, state-run Oman News Agency reported. The deals include the construction of an integrated city in Al Amerat on an area of more than 445,000 sq m. The city will provide 1,050 housing units valued at OMR 60 million. As part of the projects, a similar city will be built in Halban, South Al Batinah governate, to provide 1,350 housing units valued at OMR100 million. In addition, agreements were signed to set up two integrated service stations in Liwa and Saham, North Al Batinah governate, at an investment of OMR4.6 million. In Barka, South Al Batinah governorate, two integrated service stations spanning 60,000 sq m will be set up costing OMR3 million. Furthermore, the agreements include the OMR1 million expansion of the Oman LNG facilities at the airport heights in Muscat, the report said.