Leaders of the Hanoi Department of Construction said the plan to move, chopping up 1,300 trees on Pham Van Dong Street was just a suggestion of the consultant and investor.
At the press conference held by Department of Propaganda and Training of the Hanoi Party Committee on 6/6, Department of Construction Hanoi has informed the transfer and clearance of trees for the construction of Pham Van Dong and Quan The city’s policy on greenery and environment.
Specifically, the report of the Department said on Pham Van Dong route has about 1,300 trees. Of these, 90% are nacre (80cm – 1m diameter group, 10% are 50-60 years old, 32 years old).
Construction of the Pham Van Dong road is expected to cut 1,015 trees, shift 158 trees and keep 142 trees.
Representatives of the Department of Construction stated that the process of tree classification shows that the number of cut trees is not much, so most of the trees in Pham Van Dong can be planted in other suitable locations. In reality, the Department of Construction affirmed, the transfer and the rate of living.
The plan of moving and chopping down 1,300 trees is the proposal of the consultancy unit and the investor. “The city is not going to cut down 1,000 trees as public opinion reflects, but the view of the Department of Construction is that when moving, cutting down even a tree must look carefully,” said Le Van Duc – Director of the Department Construction of Hanoi says.
Relating to the information city has liberal policies, replacing 4000 pearl trees, leaders of the Department of Construction confirmed absolutely no this. Mr. Le Van Duc said that the current Ministry of Construction regulations do not encourage nacre in urban areas. The reason is that in urban high ground water, the groundwater pod nacre does not grow deep down; Pear root bean root, easy to pour in rainy season …
Mr Duc said nacre was still in the green system of the city. However, in recent years there have been many comments about nacre, especially the information nacre is easy to pour in the rainy season. “So, we just held a seminar to continue asking for opinions of experts, it still has to continue, but he still do not hear so much,” he said.
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