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Important Announcement :

from Diriyah Gate Development Authority

An important announcement regarding the postponement of the Expropriation.
Compensation begins for Landowners of Certain Areas within the Districts of (Alkhuzama, Alnakheel, Irqa)
Announcement on the start of expropriation of areas within the districts of (Khozama, Nakheel, Irqah).
Announcement on the Start of Expropriation within (Alfaisaliyah) Districts in Diriyah area
DGDA would like to clarify that certain information being shared on social media platforms pertaining to the land acquisition initiative for land falling within the Diriyah project perimeter is incorrect and misrepresentative of the current status of the initiative. DGDA is following the government approved and endorsed plan in this regard and is working to ensure the best possible outcome for all residents affected by any of the Diriyah masterplans. Furthermore, DGDA is working to ensure that residents’ rights are maintained and that they are kept aware of the latest updates through direct communications. The DGDA team would like to emphasize the importance of ensuring that information regarding this matter is received from authorized and official sources to avoid confusion.




DGDA and King Saud University Strengthen Their Partnership

Diriyah Gate Development Authority has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with King Saud University to enhance cooperation between the two parties and collaboration on the future development of both masterplans.
 
Signed by Jerry Inzerillo, GCEO of DGDA, and His Excellency Professor Dr. Badran bin Abdulrahman Al-Omar, President of King Saud University, the MoU also enables the development of the shared land between DGDA and King Saud University by the authority, provided it has a tangible benefit to the project and maximises land use and value for both parties.
 
Additionally, the MoU opens avenues of collaboration between both parties for investment, endowments, academic and scientific research, surveying, archaeological investigation, and documentation. This also extends further to partnerships in the fields of employment, education, events, and visits, in addition to supporting joint volunteer and community work.
 
With this enhanced relationship, DGDA will benefit from the world-leading academic and administrative competencies of King Saud University, further driving the attraction of talent from its graduates to work across the authority and its development projects, thus allowing DGDA to serve as an incubator of Saudi talent from the university. Joint programs between DGDA and KSU will provide training schemes for students that introduce them to the labour market and help bridge the gap between theoretical and practical education.
 
His Excellency Professor Dr. Badran bin Abdulrahman Al-Omar, President of King Saud University, praised the partnership:
 
“It is with great happiness that we are able to sign this MoU today. King Saud University and the Diriyah Gate Development Authority have a deep and important partnership. As we extend this even further, with cooperation in the integration of our masterplans, we are serving the goals of our capital Riyadh, and the missions of our two entities. We are also pleased to implement the royal order which approved the inclusion of parts of the land of the university within the supervisory and developmental scope of DGDA. We look forward to continuing to work closely with the authority and enhance the quality of education and opportunities that we offer to our students.”
 
Jerry Inzerillo, Group CEO of DGDA, commented on the occasion of the signing:
 
“King Saud University is a key partner of DGDA. A world-leading institution, it is both a beloved neighbour and affiliate. This agreement is an excellent example of the success that results from cooperation between entities and the potential that can be unlocked when we work towards common goals. This enhanced partnership across such a wide range of sectors will benefit countless students and Diriyah residents for many years to come. As Diriyah grows, our community and those around us grow too and we are delighted, that with this MoU, we are growing even stronger with King Saud University.”