Hanoi addresses bottlenecks on highway, real estate projects
The focus is on the construction of Ring Road 4 and real estate projects in the city.
Chairman of the Hanoi People's Committee Tran Sy Thanh has signed Official Letter No. 992 on the need to address issues related to land and construction materials in order to effectively carry out the construction of roads, highways, and real estate projects in the city.
|Construction of a real estate project in the west of Hanoi. Photo: The Hanoi Times|
In response to the Premier's call to address issues related to land and construction materials in highway and real estate investment projects, the Mayor has instructed relevant departments, branches and district people's committees to conduct research and take action based on their assigned functions and responsibilities.
Local authorities are also urged to proactively seek solutions to remove obstacles and challenges related to land and construction materials in the implementation of investment projects, with special emphasis on the construction of Ring Road 4 and real estate projects in the city, based on the actual conditions in the city.
The Chairman of the Hanoi People's Committee instructed the Department of Natural Resources and Environment to take the lead and work with other relevant departments such as the Department of Construction, the Department of Finance, and the Investment Project Management Board to oversee the exploitation and supply of construction materials for highway projects.
They will also be responsible for setting land prices, allocating land, leasing land, and changing land use for real estate investment projects. In case of difficulties or obstacles, the Department of Natural Resources and Environment will promptly advise and propose solutions to the Municipal People's Committee to solve these problems and ensure that the assigned tasks are carried out efficiently.
As part of the assigned tasks, the Department of Construction is responsible for coordinating with the Planning and Investment, Planning-Architecture, and Natural Resources and Environment departments, along with district-level People's Committees, relevant agencies, and units to research, plan and implement solutions related to the construction of social housing and accommodation for workers.
Thanh asked relevant agencies to expedite the planning, investment preparation and implementation of social housing and workers' housing projects. The Department of Construction must immediately report any difficulties and obstacles in implementing the tasks to the City People's Committee for consideration and solution.
Furthermore, the departments and district-level People's Committees are expected to work closely with the units assigned by the city to lead the project investors in urgently completing the necessary procedures and work. This will contribute to accelerating the construction of highway projects and create favorable conditions for promoting a safe, healthy, and sustainable real estate market development.
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