Partner with Abu Dhabi. Let’s build the future together.

 

From its early days, Abu Dhabi has nurtured strong collaboration between its public and private sectors.

These partnerships have been a key factor in the emirate’s remarkable growth since the 1950s, making it a global destination for investment and business.

Public-Private Partnership (PPP) projects

Abu Dhabi’s strong commitment to fostering collaboration with the private sector is realised through the emirate’s public-private partnership (PPP) initiatives.  

In 2019, a new law regulating PPPs (Law No.2) was introduced to encourage long-term involvement of the private sector in major infrastructure projects in the emirate. 

Abu Dhabi’s PPP model:

  • Supports the growth of the private sector by increasing domestic and foreign private sector investment in infrastructure projects and the delivery of public services 
  • Enhances financial sustainability and flexibility by spreading infrastructure investment costs over the life of the asset
  • Facilitates better execution and service delivery by encouraging private sector innovation in the implementation and operation of infrastructure projects

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Musataha projects

A Musataha Agreement creates a real property right, entitling the holder to construct a building or to invest in, mortgage, lease, sell or purchase a plot of land belonging to a third party for a period of up to 50 years.


The latest additions to the Musataha agreement give private sector investors opportunities to deliver long-term projects in Abu Dhabi, including the development of land owned by the government.


The revised agreement maximises benefits for both the private and public sectors, including the implementation of a highly competitive pricing model with flexible and attractive terms for companies looking to grow in the emirate.

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