Deputy Director General of Project Development at Kuwait Municipality Engineer Yousef Al-Munawer is pressing for the fish market to be removed from the location that houses meat, fish and vegetable markets at Mubarakiya Market in Kuwait City, reports Al-Qabas daily.
In a letter addressed to the Director General of Public Authority for Public and Private Sectors Joint Enterprises during a meeting of the team handling expiry contracts for real estates built on public properties, Al-Munawer enumerated some points. The points included removing fish market from the project and in case the step is not possible legitimately, the investor should find a way of getting rid of the attendant odor.
They also included opening all activities without special exclusion, except for meat and vegetables, which he stressed, should remain where they are. Al-Munawer also recommended converting the fish area into an investment area without specifying its activities. He recommended the investor should be made to renovate the western part of the place for tourist attraction, and restructure the place, especially parking lots. He stressed the country should maintain the right of collecting fees for the service.
Source: Arab Times