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Dubai Multi Com­modi­ties Cen­tre (DMCC), the free zone au­thor­ity re­spon­si­ble for Jumeirah Lake Tow­ers, told Gulf News: “The sand plot be­hind Mazaya Busi­ness Av­enue is be­ing man­aged by Con­cor­dia ef­fec­tive from Jan­uary 13, per­mit­ting lim­ited car park­ing.” It said cars were be­ing parked with­out au­tho­ri­sa­tion in the sand plot ar­eas cre­at­ing ac­cess, health and safety is­sues. “The main rea­son for in­tro­duc­ing the man­age­ment of the sand plot ar­eas is to en­sure that clear ac­cess to the back of the build­ing for emer­gency ac­cess is main­tained. Park­ing per­mits will be is­sued to in­di­vid­u­als for a sin­gle ve­hi­cle use.”

It said the ex­ist­ing drop off and pick up zones at Mazaya Busi­ness Av­enue will re­main un­changed.

“RTA’s short-term park­ing is al­ready avail­able through­out the com­mu­nity in­clud­ing the car park­ing ar­eas op­po­site the Mazaya Busi­ness Av­enue which also has its own vis­i­tor car park­ing fa­cil­i­ties. Ad­di­tional vis­i­tors park­ing in the sand plot ar­eas will be pro­vided to select busi­nesses to en­sure their busi­ness op­er­a­tions are not im­pacted. RTA vis­i­tor car park­ing is avail­able op­po­site Mazaya Busi­ness Av­enue in Clus­ters H, I and J, and all-day RTA car park­ing is avail­able ad­ja­cent to Clus­ter J,” DMCC said, adding, “A bus ser­vice op­er­ates on two routes (JLT 1 and JLT 2) from the DMCC and Da­mac Metro sta­tions ev­ery 20 min­utes.”

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