Vice Chairman of HCMC People’s Committee Bui Xuan Cuong yesterday had a working session with Binh Chanh District People’s Committee on socio-economic missions and plans in 2023, including tasks related to Ring Road No.3 project.
Many experts believe that the real estate market has many opportunities for growth, but before that happens there is an urgent need to untie many knots that are proving to be obstacles in its path to further development.
The Transport Ministry has just requested all project management boards of the North-South Expressway project to urgently devise a monitoring plan and a quality control plan for this critical work in the 2021-2025 period.
Ring Road No.2 of Ho Chi Minh City is critical in reducing the traffic pressure for the inner city. Sadly, after many years launching the construction project, there is still a section of 14km unable to finish owing mostly to a capital lack and trouble in land clearance.
The Ho Chi Minh City Department of Natural Resources and Environment yesterday signed a competition agreement with the People’s Committees of Thu Duc City and the districts of Cu Chi, Hoc Mon, Binh Chanh to complete the tasks of land retrieval, land compensation, support and resettlement for the section passing HCMC of Ring Road No.3.
The construction project of Long Thanh International Airport in Dong Nai Province is running, leading to significant price increases in land regardless of its use purpose. The precise identification of land use type, therefore, directly influences the right of local residents during land clearance compensation as well as trading.
The Ho Chi Minh City Management Board of Urban Railway (MAUR) yesterday proposed to HCMC People’s Committee to direct the local authorities of the districts of 1, 3, 10, 12, Tan Binh, and Tan Phu to prepare an adjustment report for the total investment in land clearance task. This report will be submitted to the HCMC Natural Resources and Environment Department for approval soon.
The project to establish Long Thanh International Airport is one key national project approved by the Government to enter the first phase from 2021-2025, with an investment of over VND109 billion (approx. US$4.8 million). However, the step of Dong Nai Province handing over 5,000ha of land for construction cannot be finished this year owing to difficulties in land clearance.
Residents in Hy Vong canal are delighted at the information of the cleanup plan for Hy Vong canal as they have been suffering serious flooding due to blockage of the drainage system from the polluted canal.
The People’s Committee of HCMC urged districts to complete site clearance and hand over the premise before June 30 for investors to implement the VND10 trillion (US$431 million) anti-flooding project on schedule.