Qatar: shops will spread around the country soon
The Central Municipal Council (CMC) has come up with recommendations to set up commercial shops at public parks and neighbourhood playgrounds to serve visitors.
As per the suggestions made by the CMC, the Ministry of Municipality and Environment must carry out a study on the issue as some areas near parks and playgrounds have no neighbourhood markets (Al Furjan souqs).
The CMC also discussed the responses of the MME to its previous recommendations regarding the regulation of road signs and instruction panels, and noted that the replies were adequate.
As a matter of fact, the council would follow up on updates on the issue with both the Ministry of Transport and Communications and Ashghal.
The CMC, while referring to the issue of naming of intersections, suggested on modifying the names of some and approved new names for a few others.
Meanwhile, the Council’s regular session hosted Safar Mubarak al-Shafi, director of the MME’s public cleanliness department, who briefed the council members on Law No 18 for 2017 on Public Hygiene.
The members discussed with the senior official the various articles and stipulations of the new law and the penalties for violations, as reported by Gulf Times.