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Parand

The new town of Parand is situated 10 km west from Robat Karim (situated 35 km southwest from Tehran) on the way to Saveh and it has about 13000 students in Islamic Azad University of Parand . The town is intended to provide residence for the staffs of Imam Khomeini International Airport, create a balance in the settlement pattern of Tehran, establish an appropriate environment to draw in the extra population of Tehran and offer an alternative to unsystematic settlements. Parand is expected to accommodate 80,000 citizens across 1,467 hectares.

It is divided into a number of areas namely an urban texture, greenery, town services, regional services and industrial district. These areas are planned to develop in 3 stages.

Parand is a well-planned town which responds to the community’s needs. It aims to host low-income families (laborers’ and employees’ housing cooperatives) by providing low-priced residential units with bank loans thereby attracting various classes of people.

Parand is also an Iranian name. It means natural silk.

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  • http://www.icic.gov.ir/


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