(Construction) – At the conference to implement the Government's action program on Resolution 24 in Vung Tau city on November 26, Minister Nguyen Thanh Nghi noted that, to promote and develop urban areas in the Southeast region, it should improve urban quality, in which to implement synchronously decompression and load reduction policies for large urban areas.
|Minister Nguyen Thanh Nghi said that it should have specific solutions on urban planning system in the Southeast region|
Speaking at the conference, Minister Nguyen Thanh Nghi said that the Southeast region had a particularly important strategic role and position in terms of politics, economy, culture, society, national defense, security and foreign policy of the whole country.
According to Minister Nguyen Thanh Nghi, there should be solutions on urban planning in the Southeast region. The Minister suggested that it should unify the guiding ideology and objectives set out in Resolution No. 24 on development of the Southeast region and Resolution No. 06-NQ/TW of the Politburo on planning, construction, and sustainable urban development in Vietnam to 2030, with a vision to 2045. Compact urban areas should be built in high terrain areas on key economic corridors, important ring roads and in the periphery.
Minister Nguyen Thanh Nghi proposed solutions to reduce compression and reduce the loads for large cities, promoting the development of satellite cities in the Southeast region. Regarding housing and social housing development, the Minister said that it should include the indicators on housing development, including the compulsory targets on social housing development into 5-year socio-economic development.
The Minister pledged to work closely with other ministries, branches and localities in the region to continue researching and completing policies and laws on land, investment, planning, urban development and architecture in the direction of ensuring a synchronous and harmonious combination, ensuring the modern urban architecture, rich in identity. Specific characteristics should be preserved and promoted.
By Khanh Phuong