Geared Toward Promoting An Integrated Concept Of Wellbeing And In Line With The National Strategy For Wellbeing 2031.
One of the main pillars of comprehensive and sustainable development followed by the Dubai Land Department (DLD) to solidify the emirate’s position. As a top real estate destination worldwide is enhancing buildings and communities and making them healthier, safer, and smarter. On Monday, December 12, this will be discussed at the “Future of Health, Wellness & Innovation Forum”. That DLD is hosting in collaboration with Delos, the world’s leading expert on healthy buildings and the founder of wellness real estate.
DLD will highlight collaborative efforts with Delos, as well as some other partners and stakeholders, during the forum. Which scheduled to take place at the Museum of the Future. These efforts focus on leveraging the power of healthier and more sustainable buildings. Through the integration of international standards, science-backed policies, and relevant technology. The National Strategy for Wellbeing 2031, which aims to promote an integrated concept of well-being, is in line with this.
The forum will feature leaders and participants from both public and private sectors and will cover a variety of pertinent subjects. Such as The Global Healthy Building Movement, alignment with the National Strategy for Wellbeing 2031, and the 2040 Urban Master Plan. The significance of maximizing health and safety in buildings and communities. The dependence on environmental and economic health is consistent with human health, in alignment with Vision 2031. Challenges and Opportunities, and many others.
It is noteworthy that Dubai Land Department’s headquarters became the first integrated government building in the emirate. To receive the WELL Health-Safety Rating from the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Delos. This achievement supports DLD’s vision of advancing health goals and long-term sustainability.