Making sure that the judiciary system has its share of eye-catching infrastructure, justice minister Muhammad Al-Issa has given the green light to build the country´s largest court complex over 280,000 sq m - which will comprise four towers - as part of the first phase of the planned 2.1 million sq m Judicial City in the western town of Makkah. The complex´s four towers will house the public courts, criminal courts, appeals courts and personal affairs courts of Saudi´s judicial system.
This project will also see the construction of a mosque, a conference hall and a multi-storey parking area that will accommodate 3,150 vehicles. Al-Issa has also launched a service that helps citizens to choose and buy the properties of their choice at the right price. Yes, minister!