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The PM asked Hanoi to be careful in planning the Hanoi railway

Ha Noi railway station

The Government Office has just written the instruction of the Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on the planning of construction of the Hanoi and surrounding areas.

Specifically, the Prime Minister asked the Hanoi People’s Committee to be cautious in planning the construction of the Hanoi and surrounding areas, to ensure sustainable development.

Ha Noi railway station
Ha Noi railway station

Prior to that, as VietnamFinance has informed, Hanoi has sent Document No. 4417 / UBND-DT consult the relevant ministries for the planning scheme of urban areas in Hanoi and surrounding areas.

Project planning area of ​​Hanoi station on the area of ​​98.1ha. The total population of this area is about 44,000. The proposed city planning 9 functional space 40 to 70 floors. Estimated total investment is about VND23,800 billion, in which the city will take about VND700 billion.

After the project was published, many experts expressed concern about this proposal of Hanoi. Mr. Dao Ngoc Nghiem, Vice President of Hanoi Urban Planning Association, analyzed: According to the “Regulation on management of planning and architecture of high-rise buildings in historic inner city” Up to 18 floors, equivalent to 65m. Le Duan street (section from Hai Ba Trung to Kham Thien street) can be built up to 9 storeys, equivalent to 32m, provided that the west of the road will be suitable for the landscape of the area, research and conservation of the gas works. Hanoi. Therefore, the city must respect the rules set out.

Pham Si Liem, deputy chairman of the Vietnam Construction Association, also expressed concern that the construction of high-grade projects from 40 to 70 floors would make the congestion situation in the Hanoi railway station more serious.

“Many real estate areas in Hanoi are booming such as My Dinh, Tay Ho Tay, Nhat Tan – Noi Bai … Why the city does not bring high buildings into it. Everybody wants to go to the Hanoi railway station because they do not have to invest much in technical infrastructure and social infrastructure and only sell their houses. Hanoi railway is a group benefit, not because of the general development of the capital, “Liem said.

At the third quarter press conference, held today (September 28), Deputy Minister of Transport Nguyen Ngoc Dong, said: “The planning, construction of high-rise buildings in Hanoi Railway Station must be based on the total the urban landscape of the area, traffic density and capacity forecasts for high-speed trains. “

Concerning the construction of high-rise buildings in the core of Hanoi railway station, Mr. Dong said that when considering the Hanoi city’s written request for planning opinions, it was not mentioned.

“I came across a planning project that did not address high-rise buildings in the station core, without the impact assessment of high-rise buildings to the station core, but according to the government’s decision to make urban railways , the requirement is to exploit the socialization of Hanoi railway to increase revenue and commercial office rather than housing, “said Mr. Dong.

Answering the question of how planning the area of ​​the Hanoi railway station will affect the real estate market, Nguyen Bich Trang, director of business CBRE Vietnam, said:

“I support the new planning change, if it makes for better quality of life, however, it must satisfy other factors, especially in terms of traffic. Good location for housing construction is very rare in Hoan Kiem. However, the change in this area (if the project is approved and implemented) will have a very strong impact on the market. real estate, price, demand, revenue and direct impact on other segments of the market. “

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