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October 8th, 2012
Ha Noi Reviews Land Use Plans

Ha Noi will review its land use plans and the status of delayed projects in the city in an effort to improve urban planning and management, says the director of the city’s Department of Planning and Architecture, Nguyen Van Hai, at a conference last week about urban planning in eight inner-city districts. Under the city’s master development plan approved by Prime Minister, the inner city had been projected to have a population of 800,000 by 2030, but its current population was 1.2 million people. To curb the rapid population growth in these areas, the Government has adopted policies to move universities, factories and ministries to outlying districts. Read More