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Old August 15th, 2013, 12:59 AM   #901
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380m coming for Nanshan. We should open a thread for it as soon as we can confirm it's a solid proposal. Two versions:


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The first one looks disorienting... The second would lok good with the proper materials.
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Old August 16th, 2013, 01:47 AM   #903
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9 August 2013
Shenzhen Daily

THE city government has dropped a plan to build a new coal-fired power plant in Baguang, eastern Shenzhen, the Shenzhen Municipal Development and Reform Commission said Wednesday, after lawmakers called for the scrapping of the controversial plans.

Authorities have asked Shenzhen Energy Group to stop preparatory work for the construction of the power plant. Furthermore, the city will not put forward any new plans to build coal power plants in the future, according to decisions made at an executive meeting of the municipal government Aug. 1.

Shenzhen Energy Group said Thursday it would follow the decision of the government and respect the public’s will. It said it would choose a suitable site outside of Shenzhen for the construction of the new plant.

Jin Xinyi, a member of the local political advisory body, thought the cancellation of the plant was a victory for the public, and that it showed good communication between the government and citizens.

Jin said large projects such as power plants should be openly discussed and that the interests of the public must be taken into consideration over those of select small groups.

He said the government should announce major projects earlier, instead of just days or months before construction work begins, otherwise its credibility will suffer.

Since the National Energy Administration gave its go-ahead for the coal power plant project to begin preliminary work in January, the plan has received strong public opposition over air pollution concerns. In June, 43 Shenzhen lawmakers headed by Zheng Xueding called for the cancellation of the project and objected to any new plans to build coal power plants anywhere in Shenzhen.

On July 12, 39 more deputies sent two requests to the human settlements and environment commission, and the development and reform commission. The human settlements and environment commission said late July that Shenzhen is not a suitable location for coal power plants, saying the proposed plant could cause damage to Dapeng Peninsula’s ecological environment.

In 2006, Shenzhen Energy Group proposed to build a coal power plant with two 1-million-kilowatt generators in Baguang while shutting down some other small, polluting coal power plants, saying the move would greatly cut emissions because the new plant would use new technology.

In another development, Mayor Xu Qin said Wednesday that the plan for the construction of Baguang Fine Chemical Industrial Park, proposed in 2005, has been scrapped to avoid competition with the petrochemical base in neighboring Huizhou City. An industrial park for newly emerging industries, which the government says will be environmentally friendly, will be built in Baguang.


Good news, too much pollution from coal. Going nuclear is greener.
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Old August 17th, 2013, 05:03 AM   #904
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Investors should be aware of soaring home prices in districts near Shenzhen's Qianhai special economic zone, which may be creating "a false boom" that is spurred on by developers and speculators, Shenzhen Commercial Daily warned in an article yesterday.

New flats now cost a minimum of 30,000 yuan (HK$37,953) per square meter in communities near Qianhai, the daily said.

Going by Soufun data, it would mean prices are 8.9percent above those quoted in Shenzhen last month. Soufun is the largest real-estate information website in the mainland.

It is thought that out of the 650,000 to 750,000 people who would find work in Qianhai, only 150,000 to 220,000 could be accommodated in the zone.

In other words, more than two thirds of the staff will have to find homes in adjacent districts in Shenzhen. And this has sparked speculation.

"It is too early to be bullish on properties in or near Qianhai as the special region is still a concept on paper," warned independent property analyst Yi Xiangwu.

Meanwhile, Shenzhen-based Excellence Real Estate Group won the first two Qianhai sites with tenders of 5.19 billion yuan for T201-0077 and 7.18 billion yuan for T201-0075. This was a premium of 142 percent and 152 percent, respectively, above base prices.

The latter site has now become the most expensive in Shenzhen.

Construction costs for the two plots are estimated at around 40,000 yuan per sq m.


Looks like Excellence Group had defected some major real estate players including Greenland, New World, Wanke, China Resources, etc to win the first 2 Qianhai plots.

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Old August 26th, 2013, 02:50 PM   #905
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A green design for Qianhai zone
26 August 2013
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Hailed as the Manhattan of southern China before it's even built, the Qianhai special economic zone in Shenzhen will offer a better quality of life than Hong Kong, says the landscape architect who is drafting the planning guidelines.

Hongkonger Patrick Lau Hing-tat said his concept would create rivers and emphasise the pedestrian environment. A network of waterways and green space would be drawn up first, and other infrastructure would be built around it.

Developments near major waterways will be required to split the site 50/50 between building space and greenery.

"It means instead of putting pedestrians close to vehicle emissions, they will be walking by the riverside, under the shade of trees," said Lau.

Lau, a Town Planning Board member who is frustrated by Hong Kong's red tape and lack of creativity, said most new-town planning prioritised transport and other public utilities. "Pedestrian links and green space are the last things planned in a new town."

Qianhai is earmarked to become an international financial centre. To this end, legal, financial and planning experts from Hong Kong have been asked for their input.

Lau, whose company Earthasia Design Group was behind the landscape designs for the Hong Kong Disneyland site and the Beijing Olympic Village, is introducing its "blue-green infrastructure" concept into Qianhai with joint-venture partners BLY Design Institute and Plasma Studio.

Qianhai will sit on 15 square kilometres of reclaimed land, and its three commercial districts will be intertwined with three artificial rivers created as a continuation of the natural waterways flowing from its backdrop of mountains. Various wetland habitats will be created to attract birds and insects.

"Rain gardens" will help retain storm water for irrigation and link buildings within the districts.

The channels will be accompanied by tree-lined walkways and bicycle tracks, while cars and trucks will be kept on the opposite riverbanks.

"The rivers and rain gardens, usually designed as underground water pipes in Hong Kong, are likely to reduce surface run-off and stress on the drainage system. It will lower the air temperature as well," Lau said.

About 20 parks will be distributed throughout the core areas of the financial centre.

"With creativity, the requirement will not cost developers any floor space. For example, a building can be split and the atrium under the blocks can be turned into a piece of lawn. Vertical and rooftop greening are also welcomed."

Asked if the plan, to be finalised next month, can be fully realised, Lau said: "At least the Qianhai Authority is bold enough to think and to act."
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Lots of competition between Shenzhen and Guangzhou, Guangzhou staying at the top? or Shenzhen be #1. In the future
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Not really. Guangzhou has a minimal financial industry as the stock exchange is in Shenzhen, so the two are actually not competing head-to-head for the same industries.
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In the future Guangzhou and Shenzhen might not even be considered as separate but two integral parts of the worlds largest unbroken urban area ,Kinda like how metropolitan Tokyo is made up of Yokohama and Chiba.
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Not really. Guangzhou has a minimal financial industry as the stock exchange is in Shenzhen, so the two are actually not competing head-to-head for the same industries.
I know that they aren't in the same business stuff but from some of my Chinese friends say a lot of cities that are really close together will be very completive. Another example would be Wuxi and Suzhou, although they have different industry but for some reasons I think Chinese is very competitive about this. But this is only from my friends.
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SZ’s next airport ‘not commercial’
2013-August-28 08:53
Shenzhen Daily

CITY officials are planning to build an airport for general aviation, rather than a second airport for commercial flights, in a central or eastern part of the city, Shenzhen Economic Daily clarified this week, quoting a transportation official.

General aviation refers to civil aviation operations other than scheduled air services, and to nonscheduled air transport operations for remuneration or hire. It covers a large range of activities including flight training, agricultural aviation, medical rescues, light aircraft manufacturing and maintenance.

“The airport for general aviation is quite different from what expert Deng Yaoqing has suggested about building a new airport in Pingshan,” said Yang Xing, deputy director of the transportation commission’s airport department.

Deng, president of the Pan-Pearl River Delta Innovation and Development Research Institute, suggested that the city build another airport to meet the needs of the aviation industry.

Yang said it isn’t imperative to build a second airport for public, commercial air services because the new Terminal C at Shenzhen International Airport hasn’t even opened yet.

A new, general aviation airport in Shenzhen could offer some chartered flight services among Pearl River Delta cities.
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Golden pentagon slowly taking shape
In the first part of a series on the mainland's economic zones, we look at how backwater areas of Hengqin and Qianhai form the template for bigger plans
2 September 2013
South China Morning Post

The constant whirr of construction cranes slices through the afternoon silence of yesterday's wastelands as they craft tomorrow's economic powerhouses in the Pearl River Delta.

At the heart of the ambitious project is the transformation of two backwater areas - Hengqin, an island in Zhuhai; and Qianhai, a reclaimed land in Shenzhen.

The two areas, when the cranes leave, along with Hong Kong, Macau and Guangzhou's Nansha, will form what some analysts are calling the "golden pentagon".

The plan is to make this hub the template of free-trade zones that the central government wants to replicate across the country.

"Qianhai is basically a construction site now while Hengqin has completed the new campus of the University of Macau and is about to finish Chimelong Ocean Kingdom, the mainland's largest theme park," said Fang Zhou, an assistant chief research officer at One Country Two Systems Research Institute.

"Nansha, however, has relatively a longer history of development. How successful they will be hinges on how much they will open themselves to foreign investors."

Proponents of the "golden pentagon" believe Hong Kong's sound legal system and its strength in financial services, logistics and information flow should be fully integrated into the economic zones of Hengqin, Qianhai and Nansha to advance Guangdong's next phase of development in the coming decades.

The economic zones are key to the province's survival. Governor Zhu Xiaodan said in a working report in January the province's economic growth would taper to 8 per cent in the next five years from 10.2 per cent last year, with the double-digit growth rate of the past two decades to become a thing of the past.

The province is fighting an uphill battle to reposition itself by shedding its "factory of the world" tag for low-end goods to become a hub for higher-end and environmentally friendly products.

"It is a mega merger of markets, which will create a golden pentagon," said Caesar Wong, a partner at Deloitte's tax and business advisory services. "Hong Kong must embrace this dream or risk lagging behind as its neighbours power ahead."

Wong said transport infrastructure such as rail and superhighways were largely in place in the delta, slowly weaving the pentagon into shape.

He said that once the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau bridge was open - which should happen in three years - it would shorten the travelling time by car between Central and Zhuhai to 30 minutes from the current 90 minutes by ferry and road.

In the next two years, Guangdong plans to complete 17 intercity railway projects in the delta, with an investment budget of 111.2 billion yuan (HK$140.9 billion). By the end of 2015, a 386-kilometre rail network will connect nine cities in the delta, including Shenzhen, Guangzhou and Zhuhai.

But critics warn that competition for capital, talent, technology and know-how will heat up in the region, which may have the effect of drawing foreign investments away from Hong Kong.

Niu Jing, who heads the still-nascent Hengqin economic zone, told the South China Morning Post it would soon issue 1.5 billion yuan of dim sum, or yuan-denominated, bonds in Hong Kong and was also planning listing on the city's stock exchange next year a portfolio of property and infrastructure projects in a two billion yuan fundraising plan.

This could lift the curtain on Hengqin's upcoming cash calls, which would help fund at least 500 billion yuan worth of projects in the next few years, Niu said.

Hengqin wants to transform itself from an oyster bed into the "Orlando of China" or "Monte Carlo of the East" by developing leisure and tourism, high-technology manufacturing, filmmaking, services, education and health care industries. About 200 projects in these sectors are already up for grabs.

As of now, only the University of Macau campus, which cost six billion yuan to build, towers over the 106 square kilometre Hengqin zone. It is due to receive its first student in autumn.

The new zone is racing to finish the 20 billion yuan Chimelong Ocean Kingdom, the mainland's largest theme park, by the end of this year.

To attract talent, Hengqin and Qianhai are offering tax incentives for qualified Hong Kong and Macau residents. They have also promised to lower corporate income tax to 15 per cent from 25 per cent now. This would be below Hong Kong's 16.5 per cent.

"Investors should not take this [as a goal to become] a tax haven," Wong said. "The market widely expects Nansha will offer similar incentives on individual income tax."

Meanwhile, Qianhai, which is the smallest of the three economic zones at only 15 square kilometre, is pushing ahead with its ambition to become the "Manhattan of Guangdong", with yuan trade settlement centre as its backbone business.

Although it has so far sold only three sites and is about to put eight to 10 more on the market, Qianhai is angling for an annual gross domestic product of 150 billion yuan in seven years.

HSBC, Hang Seng Bank and Bank of East Asia have already received approvals to set up offices in Shenzhen, from where they can serve Qianhai companies.

Before that, 15 lenders were allowed to offer a combined two billion yuan in loans - the first cross-border yuan loan - to companies in Qianhai.

According to Zhang Bei, who heads the Qianhai development, cross-border yuan loan demand from Qianhai enterprises stood at 525 million yuan as of the end of May.

Nansha is widely expected to offer inducements for foreign investors soon. There is also talk that Guangdong's capital will move from Guangzhou to Nansha in future.

Dong Ke, a member of the standing committee of the Nansha district, said the economic zone was expected to attract 400 billion yuan in foreign investment by 2017.

The zone is positioning itself as a cluster of hi-tech manufacturing, logistics, deep-port terminal, marine, tourism and tertiary education facilities.

The biggest investor in Nansha, the family of the late Fok Ying-tung, would keep pouring investment into his hometown, said his son, Ian Fok Chun-wan.
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New expressway set to open
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2013-September-30

A view of the Guangzhou-Shenzhen (Guangshen) Coastal Expressway’s 30.5-km Shenzhen section, construction of which has been completed. After the upcoming completion of its Dongguan section, the 89.14-km coastal expressway is scheduled to open to traffic in November at the earliest and could shorten travel time from Guangzhou to Shenzhen to just one hour. About one-third of traffic on the current Guangzhou-Shenzhen Expressway is expected to be diverted to the new expressway, which is designed to have a speed limit of 100 kmph.
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Baguang villagers relocated for Dapeng biotech project
30 September 2013
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SHENZHEN authorities are relocating villagers in Baguang on the city’s east side to allow construction of an international biotech hub that was officially approved Wednesday.

A 2013-2020 plan states that Baguang will become the core area of Shenzhen International Biotech Valley, in Dapeng New Area. The development will provide a platform for international cooperation in the city’s biotech industry and will utilize Shenzhen’s advantages in genetic science and technology, technology integration and innovation.

The development will focus on life information and biomedicine businesses to meet a long-term city planning target.

The city will dismantle 2,042 apartments and build a new residential area with 4,728 homes. Construction of the new community is expected to cost 2.15 billion yuan (US$349.6 million) and is scheduled for completion by 2015.

Dapeng government officials said 1,669 families had signed relocation agreements so far, and the government had paid a total of 2 billion yuan for relocations.

For construction of the biotech hub, Dapeng New Area is leveling land that was reserved for future development. That land will come out of Dapeng’s 49 square kilometers remaining for development and could also use some of the 18 square kilometers in Dapeng Subdstrict, the 8 square kilometers remaining in Nan’ao Subdistrict and the 6 square kilometers remaining in Pingshan New Area.

The biotech hub’s overall size is not yet determined.

Dapeng is planning five aprons for helicopters, to support its biotech and tourism industries.

In the Baguang area, Kuiba Road, linking Kuichong and Baguang, will open next April. A new road linking Baguang with Dapeng is under planning.

Shenzhen’s biotech industry has achieved annual sales income of 100 billion yuan and has an added value of 20 billion yuan.
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My new Shenzhen Supertalls Video, based on z0rg's and Scion's List and all the SSC threads about Shenzhen.
Supertall Projects Total: 74
Built: 3
Topped Out: 2
Under Construction: 7
Site Preperation: 8
Approved: 2
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The hights:
300m-399m: 55
400m-499m: 7
500m-599m: 6
600m+ : 6
(I also counted speculative supertalls in Qianhai and all the masterplans)
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Fantastic. If you include speculative projects maybe you could also add Nanfang Tower and North Station twins
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Thanks, with which hights are they speculating?

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Very Mies van der Rohe, although I'm not so sure about the tower bit - looks odd.
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Very Mies van der Rohe, although I'm not so sure about the tower bit - looks odd.
It's Rem Koolhaas who also designed Beijing's CCTV building.
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