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About Future Landscape and Public Realm Jeddah

Jeddah and Saudi Western cities are some of the main regions that have witnessed major projects in the last few years. In line with the country’s developmental plan, mega projects have been launched, such as the King Abdullah Economic City, Makkah Gate, and Knowledge City in Al Madinah.

Combined with the country’s aim to increase its tourism and providing better life quality to its citizens, these developments have created new opportunities for the landscaping and public realm sector as it has become a top priority for project owners to ensure that their projects are attractive, which in turn increases their market value. 

In line with these developments, we are proud to announce the Future Landscape & Public Realm Jeddah, hosted to highlight and explore the available opportunities in Jeddah and the Saudi Western Region.

This initiative will bring together international and local streetscaping, hardscaping, softscaping, landscaping professionals and decision makers to meet, network and exchange knowledge and expertise. The conference will include a cutting-edge program discussing the key projects in the Western region, challenges faced and innovative solutions.

Excellent Opportunities for the Future Landscape and Public Realm Sector
  • 857 projects worth SR74 billion ($19.7 billion) earmarked for the Jeddah region of Saudi Arabia for the next 5 years
  • King Abdullah Economic City signed more than SAR 1.6 Billion in new contracts
  • Emaar – Economic City, King Abdullah Economic City expects to attract 3.2million tourists by 2025 by developing 36 new tourism and leisure projects
  • Jeddah Gate: Emaar launches 2nd residential cluster, Abraj Al Hilal 2 featuring a dedicated retail area, health and fitness centres, ladies spa, daycare centre, clubhouse, play areas, outdoor swimming pools, and 525 dedicated car parking spaces.
  • The $1.23billion Kingdom Tower, Jeddah will be the world’s tallest building at more than 1km high once completed in 2019
  • The 4.8 million sqm and $9billion worth Madinah Knowledge Economic City is on track to creating an alternative central business district for Al-Madinah with improved facilities and infrastructure and a superior urban environment