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In 2020, the UAE Government issued one of the overhauls of the national legal system, adapting policies to enhance the ease of living and raise the happiness bar for expat residents

Constant improvements to the UAE’s regulations are boosting business, cultural and social spheres, and cementing Dubai’s position as an attractive destination for people from around the world, says by the managing director of Residential Communities at Dubai Asset Management.


He explained that the UAE leadership’s readiness to evolve with the changing times and markets, paired with a series of economic strategies, have enhanced Dubai’s already rising reputation as a city known for its high-quality lifestyles.


Echoed around the world that the UAE is known for a “lifestyle that spoils.”


“We ranked in the top three best cities to live and work in the InterNations Expat City Ranking 2021, scoring higher than major cities such as Sydney, Prague, and Madrid,” he said. “Dubai’s appeal is only rising – the Dubai Statistics Centre's live population counter has passed the 3.5 million mark with our population rising since the end of 2020 by almost 100,000 new arrivals. The reasons to relocate here are aplenty – it is the reasons to stay that prove most important in preserving.”


“Everyday conveniences, access to high quality living, international and regional brands, and a plethora of cultural, recreational and business opportunities; the UAE has always ranked high in the World Happiness Report, especially within the Arab world, surpassing many developed countries like Singapore, Italy, and Spain,” he said.

Travel and tourism are already strong sectors, giving residents access to a variety of airlines and flight routes to virtually any place on Earth. “We boast some of the most advanced infrastructure for civic facilities, telecommunications, post services and transport, which under Vision 2021, were prioritized to support economic development and human well-being, with a focus on affordable and equitable access for all,” he said.

For the time not spent travelling, Dubai’s plethora of retail and leisure experiences provide ample entertainment and happiness, he added. Leading retail destinations like Bluewaters, Al Seef and more bring homegrown and international restaurants, activities and excitement for all ages, interests and tastes.

“This connectivity has been a key appeal for residents across Dubai Asset Management’s portfolio of communities. Malls, recreational activities, dining hubs, business districts and all are easily and closely accessible via key ingress and egress routes. This convenience has only increased in neighbourhoods like Ghoroob Square, Shorooq and Al Khail Gate, which offer retail centres featuring nurseries, grocery stores, cafes and salons within walking distance of residents,” he said.

Looking ahead, he also said that the world standard is changing as a commitment to sustainability and environmental consciousness grows globally. Dubai is leading the way for smart, efficient and sustainable living spaces under the Dubai 2040 Urban Master Plan. Residential communities across the emirate are welcoming the change.


He added: “These elements have been integral to Dubai’s reputation for high-quality living and attracting expats from around the world. It is why our industries continue to grow and thrive – skilled human capital from around the world are seeing in increasing numbers that Dubai is the ultimate place to live, work and play. It is imperative to preserve these qualities to fuel economic growth and livability for generations to come.”


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