The Construction Department shall assume the prime responsibility for, and coordinate with the concerned departments in, surveying and statistics on old villas built before 1975 for tally and classification.
The HCM City People’s Committee has instructed the Department of Construction to take the leading role in coordinating with related departments to survey and statistics on old villas built before 1975. At the same time, according to the draft “criteria for the classification of old villas” by the Institute of Development Studies Ho Chi Minh City published on August 9 – 2016.
On that basis, quickly determine the villas are protected and non-conservation projects. This classification aims at identifying non-preservation works to deal with dismantling and granting construction permits to people.
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HCMC People’s Committee also assigned departments to collect opinions of owners of villas to be protected to synthesize the proposal to the Institute for Development Studies.
Departments should soon complete the draft “Criteria for assessment of old villa classification” to ensure strict legal, appropriate regulations and proposals to solve the most favorable for the people. This draft will be submitted to the People’s Committee of Ho Chi Minh City for approval before 10-11.
According to the Ho Chi Minh City Development Research Institute, there are about 1,500 old villas in Ho Chi Minh City. Draft criteria defined by the Institute is a separate house with garden, fence and separate entrance, with the number of floors not more than three floors.
At the same time, there are at least three sides looking at the yard or garden, the construction area does not exceed 50% of the land area, is defined as the functional area in the detailed planning of urban construction is provided. approved by competent authorities.
The villas built before 1975 are considered old villas. Old villas are classified into three groups. The classification is based on scoring six specific criteria. Three main criteria are architecture, art – urban landscape – cultural history. The three sub-criteria include originality – integrity and quality of the work.
Group 1 is a villa with typical values in terms of cultural history, urban landscape, art architecture determined by the Council classification villas, list and the People’s Committee of Ho Chi Minh City.
Group 2 is a group of villas not belonging to group 1 but valued in terms of cultural history, urban landscape, art architecture determined by the Council for classification of villas, list and submit to the People’s Committee of HCMC. Browser. Group 3 are villas not belonging to the above two groups.
Group 1 and group 2 should be preserved in accordance with the principle of keeping the external architectural appearance, internal structure, construction density, number of floors and height. Group 3 does not need conservation, is allowed to dismantle when there is a need to invest in new construction. The dismantlement shall comply with the provisions of the law on planning, architecture and construction law.
Previously, on October 14, HCM City People’s Committee approved the proposal of the Department of Construction and the Department of Architectural Planning on the dismantlement of villa-originated houses at the land lot No. 2, Tang Bat Street Hoi, District 5. At the same time, the People’s Committee of District 5 was assigned to coordinate with the Department of Construction and the Department of Planning and Architecture to guide the granting of construction permits to the land after dismantling.
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