Qatar Today - - BUSINESS -

“The“fi­nal BOI re­port for this year shows that op­ti­mism prevails in Qatar, with a ma­jor­ity of busi­nesses con­fi­dent of em­bark­ing upon new projects as the coun­try con­tin­ues its bold and pro­gres­sive jour­ney to­wards the re­al­i­sa­tion of our Na­tional Vi­sion.” Qatar's royal fam­ily is said to be plan­ning to con­vert three of Lon­don's most pres­ti­gious ad­dresses into a sin­gle mega-man­sion val­ued at over QR1.14 bil­lion (£200 mil­lion), ac­cord­ing to me­dia re­ports.

The fam­ily, which al­ready owns fa­mous Lon­don land­marks in­clud­ing the Shard, Har­rods and the Olympic Park, has sub­mit­ted plans to con­vert three prop­er­ties in Re­gent's Park. The re­ports also said that Her High­ness Sheika Mozah bint Nasser Al Missned bought the man­sions last year for a re­ported QR570.49 mil­lion (£120 mil­lion), and hired a team of ar­chi­tects to re­design the prop­er­ties into living quar­ters. The plans in­clude trans­form­ing the al­ready spa­cious homes into a 33,000-square feet palace, with a spa com­plex, heated pool, space for two lim­ou­sines, games rooms, el­e­va­tors, a gym and quar­ters for a but­ler and live-in nanny, the re­ports added.

SHEIKH MO­HAMED BIN FAISAL BIN QAS­SIM AL THANI Board mem­ber Qatar Busi­ness­men As­so­ci­a­tion

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