Abu Dhabi regulates use of villas in business
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Abu Dhabi regulates use of villas in business

Abu Dhabi regulates use of villas in business

Abu Dhabi municipality has started implementing new regulations that will see small businesses working out of villas in the emirate relocate to office buildings, The National has reported. The initiative aims to free up parking spaces and help filling new office towers under construction. Businesses will be offered a grace period of a year, as long as they agree to relocate to a commercial building before the next licence renewal period. A few operations will be exempt from the new regulations, including clinics, spas and salons, children's nurseries and senior care homes, Tara Marlow, the head of property and hospitality for the Abu Dhabi office of Al Tamimi & Co law firm said.

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