The Prime Minister has approved the adjustment of construction planning of Ho Chi Minh City up to 2030 and vision to 2050.
By 2030, land for construction of urban HCMC will reach about 270,000 – 290,000 ha
It is forecasted that by 2030, the population of Ho Chi Minh City will be around 24-25 million, of which the urban population will be about 18-19 million, the rural population will be around 6-7 million; About 18-19 million workers. The rate of urbanization is about 70-75%.
By 2030, the land for urban construction will reach about 270,000 – 290,000 ha, on average of 100-150 sqm/person. Land for construction of rural population points will reach about 150,000 – 170,000 hectares by the year 2030, with the average population of 180-210 sqm/person.
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Estimated area of land for construction of industrial parks until the year 2030 is about 69,000 hectares, including 7.080 hectares in Ho Chi Minh City, 13,400 hectares in Dong Nai province, 9,210 hectares in Ba Ria – Vung Tau province, 14,790 hectares in Binh Duong province, 5.185 hectares in Tay Ninh province 8,220 ha in Binh Phuoc, 13,500 ha in Long An, 3,200 ha in Tien Giang province.
The goal is to develop Ho Chi Minh City into a dynamic and dynamic urban area; has a role, an important position in Southeast Asia and towards international; To develop Ho Chi Minh City into a modern economic zone, a major economic center of the whole country and Southeast Asia. Trade-finance center, scientific research center; high tech industry center and highly specialized industry; High-tech education, education, training, science and technology centers in Southeast Asia.
Develop regional space towards sustainable sustainability and adaptation to climate change; regional links with modern and synchronous technical infrastructure; Ho Chi Minh City is a nucleus, knowledge center, modern multifunctional economic center on a par with urban areas in South East Asia.
The area covers the entire administrative boundaries of Ho Chi Minh City and seven neighboring provinces of Ba Ria – Vung Tau, Binh Duong, Binh Phuoc, Tay Ninh, Long An, Dong Nai and Tien Giang. The total area is about 30,404sq km.
Ho Chi Minh City is divided into sub-regions and has the following development orientations:
Suburban center: Including Ho Chi Minh City and surrounding areas including districts, cities, towns: Duc Hoa, Can Giuoc, Ben Luc (Long An); Thu Dau Mot, Di An, Thuan An, Ben Cat, Tan Uyen (Binh Duong); Bien Hoa, Nhon Trach, Trang Bom, Long Thanh and some parts of Vinh Cuu (Dong Nai); In particular, Ho Chi Minh City is the central nucleus of the region; Binh Duong is a dynamic city in the north, Bien Hoa – Long Thanh – Nhon Trach is an eastern motive urban area.
Cu Chi – Hau Nghia – Duc Hoa urban centers are the motive urban areas in the northwest. Ben Luc – Can Giuoc – Hiep Phuoc urban centers are the eco-urban areas in the southwest. Covering an area of 5,164 km2, the population is projected to reach about 15.7 million by 2030. The rate of urbanization in 2030 is about 85-90%.
Eastern subregion: Including Ba Ria – Vung Tau province and the rest of Dong Nai province (Long Khanh town and districts of Thong Nhat, Cam My, Xuan Loc, Dinh Quan, Tan Phu, Vinh Cuu district). ). In particular, Vung Tau and Ba Ria are the growth poles on the economic corridor along Highway 51; Long Khanh town is the growth pole on the economic corridor along Highway 1A. Covering an area of 6,266.5 square kilometers, the population is expected to reach 2,838,000 in 2030. The rate of urbanization to 2030 is about 55-60%.
Northern-Northwestern subregion: Including Binh Phuoc province, Tay Ninh province and part of Binh Duong province (Bau Bang district, Dau Tieng, Phu Giao, Bac Tan Uyen). Chon Thanh – Dong Xoai urban area is the growth pole on the economic corridor along National Highway 13. Trang Bang – Go Dau – Hoa Thanh – Tay Ninh is the growth pole on the Northwest corridor along the National Highway. Highway 22. Area of 13,087 km2, the population forecast in 2030 about 3.565 million people. The urbanization rate will be 40-45% by 2030.
In terms of nature, HCMC is a large urban area with a high urbanization rate and good quality of life, a dynamic economic development region with high and sustainable economic growth rate; It plays a strategic role in the Southeast and Asia Pacific region with high competitiveness in the country and internationally. It is the center of international trade of the Southern region and the whole country, the focal point linking economic regions, the southern key economic region, the Mekong River delta, the Central Highlands and the South Central Coast.
At the same time, Ho Chi Minh City will be a center of industry, high technology, specialized industry, high-quality finance, trade and service center at national and regional level; historical and cultural tourism center, national landscape forest tourism; is a national and regional center for culture, sports, education and training, scientific research and technology transfer centers; high-tech agriculture, specialized farming in the South and the whole country; It is an important strategic defense and security area.
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With the regional development orientation, the central sub-region is the center of the whole region and has a high rate and rate of urbanization; Highlighted with strengths in hi-tech and specialized industry, training, healthcare, international trade connectors. Spatial development in the East and Northeast, building a model of urban compression and adaptation to climate change. To organize a synchronous transportation system, to increase green spaces along Sai Gon and Dong Nai rivers; maintain and develop green corridors to reduce the risk of flooding; Can Gio Biosphere Reserve.
Ho Chi Minh City, as the largest economic center in the country, is the nucleus of the region, playing the role of linking and supporting urban areas in the same development; is a regional and national international trade center; cultural centers, creative knowledge, scientific research and technology transfer, high-tech industry in the region; the center of tourism, finance – trade and international logistics services. The rate of urbanization to 2030 of the city is about 80-90%.
In 3 years, will HCM City become smart urban?
The project “Building HCMC into a smart urban area in 2017-2020, vision to 2025” has just been approved by People’s Committee of Ho Chi Minh City. Once approved, the relevant units will immediately embark on the realization of this project.
According to HCM City People’s Committee Chairman Nguyen Thanh Phong, the project to build Ho Chi Minh City into a smart urban area in 2017-2020 with a vision to 2025 “was submitted by the City People’s Committee in early October. Put people in the center, technology is the tool, means to connect, an interaction between people and authorities, oriented to serve the people, enterprises, contributing to the objective of the city quality: good life, civilized, modern, literate.
The smart urban construction in the context of the forthcoming Fourth Industrial Revolution is an urgent solution that will help the City anticipate and address the challenges of the process. urbanization and support the realization of the objectives of the seven breakthrough programs and other pressing of the people; It contributes to the improvement of the quality of life and quality of service to the people, facilitates people’s participation in urban management, promotes economic development, creates favorable starting points for the implementation of programs break for the next stage.
The project proposed by the People’s Committee of Ho Chi Minh City also approved the policy of constructing a Center for Simulation Research to forecast the socio-economic development strategy for the city, shared data warehouse and system development. Open Data Ecology for the City; building the Information Security Center of the city; At the same time, there are suggestions and suggestions for building a smart urban management center.
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