These proposals are scheduled to submit to the Standing Committee next week for approval and issuance within the first quarter of 2021.
In addition, the Standing Committee also discussed the zoning plan for Red river, which has been in the deadlock for many years. With such moves, after 10 years, the city’s downtown area would have a zoning plan as a basis for further urban development.
Hanoi would be able to not only boost economic growth but also promote effectively its cultural and historical values.
At the meeting, Vice Chairman of the Hanoi People’s Committee Duong Duc Tuan said all six zoning plans have met requirements under current laws and legislation.
Meanwhile, the municipal People’s Committee has submitted documents to the Ministry of Construction, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism for being assessed according to their jurisdictions.
Secretary of the Hanoi Party Committee Vuong Dinh Hue highlighted the efforts of related local agencies in completing these zoning plans, expecting those plans to help further boost socio-economic development.
“We expect these major orientations for the Red river zoning plan would receive support from the people, while creating new driving forces for the development of Hanoi,” Hue said.