(Construction) - On October 12, the Ministry of Construction organized a conference to appraise the tasks of general planning of Thuy Nguyen new urban area, Hai Phong city until 2045. Deputy Minister of Construction Nguyen Tuong Van chaired the conference.
At the event, many members of the council contributed comments and opinions to complete the Planning Tasks, on the following contents: to clarify the planning duration as a basis for population and land forecasts; assess the current situation of urban development, land use, and specific features of Thuy Nguyen district, as well as the contents of forest development and protected areas to identify issues that should be researched, based on the inheritance and adjustment; focus on the content of climate change response, social housing development, and houses for workers.
|Overview of the event
Speaking at the conclusion, Deputy Minister Nguyen Tuong Van requested the consultancy unit to review and supplement the planning period until 2040; Review legal documents on research boundaries; clarify the role and position of Thuy Nguyen urban area in the future; Supplement relevant legal bases; Assess the current socio-economic situation and technical infrastructure of the urban area, paying attention to the goals and orientation of Thuy Nguyen urban development; Focus on the development of transport infrastructure connecting to urban and inter-regional areas.
The Deputy Minister also requested the People's Committee of Hai Phong City and the consultancy unit to calculate indicators on population and land forecasts that closed to the actual development of the class III model, adding legal bases such as: Sector planning related to railways, roads and seas; Natural disaster prevention plans; Plan the Red River Delta region; Assess the current situation of urban development, industrial development, wastewater treatment...
Deputy Minister Nguyen Tuong Van requested Hai Phong City to direct the consultancy unit to fully gather the comments of the council members, and soon complete the documents submitting to the Prime Minister for approval.
By Khanh Phuong