Construction Activities
 

The preparation of Comprehensive Plan 445 is in the context when Master Plan Orientation of development of Vietnam Urban System by 2020 under the Decision No. 10/1998/QD-TTg dated 23/01/1998) has been implemented for 10 years, the socio - economic development of Vietnam in 20 years of innovation has obtained great achievements. Besides, the international situation has much changed, the trend of cooperation, globalization has increasingly asserted in multilateral relations and multi-sector in increasingly higher level. Sustainable development and adaptation to climate change and sea level rise also are global issues that humanity should join hands to solve.

 

New products and advanced technologies in real estate, construction, building materials and exterior-interior décor are being showcased at nearly 1,600 pavilions during the second edition of the Vietbuild Hanoi International Exhibition in 2019, which opened in the capital city on September 4.

 

Tenants in need of renting a house, a flat or a room in HCMC now have more options from diverse types of houses and rents in different market segments.

 

Ho Chi Minh City plans to spend hundreds of billions of VND on building more than 100 reservoirs to store rainwater and control flooding by 2020 under a flood-control programme.

 

The northern city of Hung Yen in Hung Yen province held a ceremony on August 30 to celebrate its 10th founding anniversary (2009-2019) and receive a certificate for having fulfilled the new-style rural building mission.

 

A forum on smart energy and optimization of power structure in Vietnam with flexible solutions was held by the Finnish Embassy in Vietnam and Wartsila Group in Hanoi on August 29. 

 

The central city of Da Nang has won an Asia-Oceanian Computing Industry Organisation (Asocio) Smart City Award for its outstanding initiatives of a smart city during the Asocio Smart City Summit in Bangkok, Thailand.

 

The preparation of Comprehensive Plan 445 is in the context when Master Plan Orientation of development of Vietnam Urban System by 2020 under the Decision No. 10/1998/QD-TTg dated 23/01/1998) has been implemented for 10 years, the socio - economic development of Vietnam in 20 years of innovation has obtained great achievements. Besides, the international situation has much changed, the trend of cooperation, globalization has increasingly asserted in multilateral relations and multi-sector in increasingly higher level. Sustainable development and adaptation to climate change and sea level rise also are global issues that humanity should join hands to solve.

 

After Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Da Nang, and Binh Duong, Dong Nai is the next locality selected to pilot a smart city development model through cooperation with major corporations.

 

Since 1986, Vietnam has transferred into market economy to warding social republic direction. The Open Policy has attracted the foreign investor, the local enterprises has developed in producing, commerce, construction, agri-land using serving for urban demand and local economic growth. And it makes increasing the demand of urban space expansion and encouraging the population flow from rural areas to the city for seeking jobs. After 30 years of “Doi moi”, the achievements of urbanization in Vietnam has recognized strongly in term of administration, space, economic, population and social welfare . Urban system has developed rapidly with equal allocation entire of country, and forming 2 city Regions i.e. Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City to be growing keys of the North and the South. Danang, Cantho and Haiphong also become regional Centers. In 1986, urbanization ratio in whole country achieves under 20 per cent and to be 35.7 per cent in 2015; there are one million people  more in the cities and increasing nearly 3 new cities every month. By 6/2015  the country had 787 urban areas, of which there were 2 special urban areas, 15 urban areas grade I, 25 urban areas grade II, 42 urban areas grade III and 75 urban areas grade IV and 628 urban areas grade V, the urbanization rate reached 35.7%. Urban systems have contributed over 70% of GDP, contributed significantly to bring Vietnam over the poverty line to become a country with low middle-income.

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