UDC to cut service charges on Pearl-Qatar
Doha, June 5, 2012
United Development Company (UDC) has announced plans to cut Master Community (MC) service charges on The Pearl-Qatar, a Riviera-style man-made island development in Doha, by approximately 33 per cent starting from July 1.
MC charges include services such as cleaning of common use facilities, security, landscaping, pest control, maintenance of all mechanical, engineering and plumbing equipment, utilities for all common use properties and waste management.
These charges will be re-evaluated every six months by Madinainova, Master Community managing agent at The Pearl-Qatar. Part of Madinainova’s role is to deliver the best services for the best possible price.
“The increase of occupancy at The Pearl-Qatar has attracted more suppliers who are now able to provide the same standard and quality of services at lower costs,” UDC’s chief executive officer Ebrahim Mubarak Al-Sulaiti said.
“The Pearl-Qatar residents are now reaping the cost advantages of UDC’s investment in expanding the scope and quality of services. The substantial cost reduction is a clear indication of the priority UDC places on providing residents with quality services at fair rates.”
Al-Sulaiti further underscored UDC’s relentless dedication to service excellence, through a series of surveys aiming to poll residents’ satisfaction and to build on improving the caliber of services offered. – TradeArabia News service
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