Danang calls on businesses for airport planning, Lien Chieu Port subdivisions
Ideas and proposals must be in sync with the planning the Danang International Airport for the 2021-30 period, with a vision to 2050.
Authorities of Danang, the central city of Vietnam, are calling on individuals and businesses to submit proposals on the planning of its airport and Lien Chieu Seaport subdivisions under the 1:2,000 zoning scale.
The move is aimed at realizing the Prime Minister-approved adjustments to the strategic master plan for the major developments in the beach city to 2030, with a vision to 2050.
|Tien Sa Port in Danang city. Photo: Quang Hai|
Nguyen Minh Huy, Director of the city’s Management Board of Traffic Work Investment and Construction Projects, said the city is mobilizing all the resources to garner ideas and proposals that should be in sync with the planning the Danang International Airport for the 2021-30 period, with a vision to 2050, and the detailed planning of Lien Chieu Seaport subdivisions.
The airport subdivisions with a total research area of 1,327ha and a population of 104,000, features specialized functions and would become an important traffic hub of the city associated with the development of the so-called aerotropolis model.
The planning of Lien Chieu Seaport subdivisions is designed to have about 1,285ha with a population of 19,000 by 2030.
It is required that the preliminary planning of the aforementioned subdivisions must be made on the basis of the current map scale of 1:5,000 -1:10,000, with updates on the surrounding projects and the approved Danang Master Plan.
The plan also includes an urban landscape architectural design and a preliminary briefing for the landscape architecture space of the whole area.
The planning must be associated with proposals on management and implementation policies to ensure the investment attraction capacity of the subdivision, according to the city’s Management Board.
Each participant can propose more than one option. The deadline for submission is November 15.
In earlier July, the Danang People's Committee received registrations made by nine domestic and foreign businesses for funding and making ideas on the zoning planning of functional subdivisions.
According to the municipal People’s Committee, the Import-Export Pan Pacific Group (IPPG), BRG Group, and Sun Group will finance the zoning planning of the hillside urban subdivision.
The IPPG will fund the planning of the airport subdivision. The Sun Group will sponsor the planning of the green core center subdivision.
The Vietnamese BRG Group, the Singaporean Sakae Holdings Group, and SSF Investment Co., Ltd will sponsor the reviewing, adjusting, and planning of urban subdivisions in the Hoa Vang District.
The reviewing, adjusting, and zoning of tourist areas in the western ecological subdivision will be implemented by Singapore-based Sakae Holdings Group and SSF Investment Co., Ltd.
T&T Group will finance the formulation of the hi-tech subdivision in association with the planning of adjustments and expansion of the existing Danang Hi-tech Park. This group will also sponsor the planning of the subdivision along the Han River and its eastern bank.
The Keyhinge Toys Vietnam JSC will fund the planning of Lien Chieu Seaport subdivisions in sync with the detailed plan of the Lien Chieu Seaport project.
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