Bahrain PM orders suspension of SCE units’ rent collection

      Published on Monday, 4 May , 2020      3860      
Bahrain PM orders suspension of SCE units’ rent collection


His Royal Highness Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, the Prime Minister of Bahrain,




has ordered suspension of the collection of rents from tenants and beneficiaries from leased shops and lands registered in the name of the Supreme Council for Environment (SCE) for three months.

SCE is a government entity in charge of the development of Bahrain’s future strategy for the environment and sustainable development, and following up on the implementation of this strategy with relevant ministries, agencies and institutions.
Its mandate also includes protecting Bahrain’s natural habitat and human environment, ensuring the sustainability of its components, and preserving and developing its resources for future generations.

Its affliates include Al Areen Wildlife Park, Arad Bay Protected Area and Park and also National Oil Spill Response Command Centre.

The Premier also ordered the concerned authorities to take the necessary measures to implement the plans for the development of Tubli Bay and the preservation of its natural environment in order to treat and control the damages that affect wildlife and marine life, and to beautify its surrounding area, the report added.
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Category Government | 2020/05/04 latest update at 8:02 PM
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