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Old August 1st, 2011, 12:21 PM   #101
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01/08 - opening of the exhibition to the public:

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Is the manquette only of the expansion or more parts of hanoi?
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Amazing project ! Great exhibition. I wonder how long will it take to finish this.
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source: Tuổi Trẻ

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the capital masterplan by 2030 and a vision to 2050


the exhibtion attracts thousands of visitors on its first day opening


metropolis area


satallite city - Phuxuyen by 2030


Dongmo lake area and the cultural site of ethnic minorities


Quanson recreational area and Perfume Pagoda area in the near future


infrastructure concept


Eastside developement


satallite city - Hoalac attracts especially many architects and real estate agents


vision of Hoalac IT Zone in the near future


Mydinh Ward (a prominent residential area) in the near future


metropolis area


Gialam ward - Longbien District


Gialam ward - Longbien District


Westlake - Bavi Axis (one of the most discussed sub-projects in the masterplan)

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Is the manquette only of the expansion or more parts of hanoi?
In 2008 Hanoi absorbed neighbor provinces, tripling the size of the capital to 3,344.7 km2 and 6,5 million people, making her the 30th largest capital in the world. The term Great Hanoi refers to the new size of Hanoi. Btw, don't mistake it with the term Greater Hanoi which refers to agglomaration area which has a size of about 13,436 km2.
This masterplan applies for Great Hanoi only - the metropolis (older districts) with the newly absorbed surrounding lands.

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The masterplan covering the period up to 2030.
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Master plan for Hanoi approved
01/08/2011 | 11:37:00

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Hanoi will develop in the model of an urban cluster with a West Lake-Ba Vi axis and eight bridges and underground tunnels crossing the Red River, according to the Hanoi master plan for 2030 and vision to 2050.


Hanoi master planning. (Photo: Hoang Hai/VNA)

According to a recent decision signed by the Prime Minister, the master plan covers all administrative areas of more than 3,340sq. km. An urban cluster, Hanoi will be developed with a urban centre and five satellite urban areas, which will be connected by a transport system of belt, which link to the national and regional transport networks.

The urban centre will be the country’s administrative, political, economic and cultural hub, and it would be expanded from the inner city to the west, the south to belt 4, the north to Me Linh and Dong Anh districts and the east to Gia Lam and Long Bien districts.

Hanoi’s urban centre is expected to see a population of 3.7 million with the total areas for urban construction of 45,300ha by 2020 and 4.6 million and 55,200ha by 2030, respectively.

In the urban centre, the inner city will consist of the historical quarter from southern Red River to belt 2, which preserves the Thang Long cultural heritage and other traditional values of Hanoians, and the expanded ones from belt 2 to the Nhue River, where new urban wards with high-quality and modern culture, service and shopping centres will be developed.

The expanded area in the south of the Red River from the Nhue River to belt 4, including a chain of urban wards such as Dan Phuong, Hoai Duc, Ha Dong and Thanh Tri will see development of modern residential wards with cultural, service, trade and finance centres of the region and the nation.

The enlarged area to the north of the Red River and the south of the Ca Lo River covered three main urban wards. The Long Bien, Gia Lam and Yen Vien wards will develop service, trade, education and health centres and high-tech industries along National Highways 5 and 1.

The Dong Anh urban ward will develop international transaction trade, high-tech industry, ecotourism, entertainment preserving and promoting traditional cultural values of the Co Loa heritage site, the Thiep River and Van Tri pond, and form a new sports centre of Hanoi and the nation, as well as becoming the Hanoi exhibition-trade and entertainment centre.

The Me Linh-Dong Anh urban ward will develop services and clean, high-tech industries combining aviation services, Noi Bai airport, a flower fair and exhibition centre and a centre for floral science and technology.

The five satellite urban areas of Hoa Lac, Son Tay, Xuan Mai, Phu Xuyen and Soc Son, will each have specific functions, with the purpose of sharing the burden with the urban centre in terms of housing, training, industry and services.

Population in the five satellite areas is expected to be 0.7 million and the total areas for construction about 24,300 ha by 2020 and about 1.3-1.4 million and 35,200 ha by 2030.

The system of agencies, offices, national defence and security and headquarters of the Party, National Assembly, State and Government agencies are located in Ba Dinh district, while the headquarters of the municipal Party committee, People’s Council and People’s Committee are around Hoan Kiem Lake .

Regarding housing development, the minimum average housing area per capita will be at least 30 sq.m in the urban area and 25sq.m in the rural area by 2030.

In the inner city, living conditions in residential wards and old buildings will be improved with control on construction density and the number of floors in buildings. There will be more public works, green trees and technical infrastructure.

According to the plan, university campuses will be built in the suburbs and the system of universities and colleges in the inner city will restructured, with a maximum 300,000 students.

Additionally, areas for the construction of kindergartens, primary and secondary schools will be increased by rezoning industrial areas and relocating agencies to the suburbs.

Medical establishments where highly contagious diseases are treated will also be moved to the suburbs. Existing hospitals and medical facilities in the inner city will be improved to serve the community in accordance with current regulations and standards./.
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Hanoi Master Plan ‘bad news’ to numerous projects
| dtinews.vn | August 01, 2011 14:40 pm

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The recently-approved Hanoi Master Plan may lead to the reconsideration, and possible cancellation of around 750 infrastructure projects.


Works on these projects will have to stop to wait for the results on assessment on their suitability to the capital city’s new plan, according to Deputy Minister of Construction Nguyen Hong Quan.

Quan shared that all these projects had already been approved before Hanoi was expanded since August 1, 2008.

Hundreds of projects are facing the possibility of being cancelled, as they are located in the city’s ‘green corridor’, which separates the inner city from satellite urban areas.

Authorities are trying to come up with ways to deal with the projects that will be cancelled.

Architect Dao Ngoc Nghiem, former Director of Hanoi Department of Architecture and Planning warned about the losses to be incurred if the projects are cancelled.

Part of the purpose of the "green corridor" is to stymie migration into the city’s centre, Nghiem revealed.

This is not the first time that Hanoi has had to stop a number of projects for scrutiny. The assesment resulted in the cancellation of a large number of projects in the west of Hanoi.

Nghiem worried about the impacts such a large-scale cancellation would have on the realty market; as the last round of cancellations led to great squander.

Overlapped planning

The situation has triggered public concern over shortcomings in the Master Plan.

Many scientists, architects and planning experts complained about overlapping in the urban planning of Hanoi at a recent seminar in the capital in early July.

“Hanoi was expanded on August 1, 2008. Just four months later, the Prime Minister approved a general vision for the design of a new urban plan for Hanoi. Work on this plan began in early 2009. Last year, Hanoi started gathering experts’ ideas. This means that it took only one year of study, and one and half a year for the collection of ideas and the amendment to the plan. This amount of time is too short for such a long-term master plan," he said.

Capital challenges

According to Nghiem, in order to build infrastructure to link the inner city with satellite urban areas, experts estimated that Hanoi would have to mobilise between USD60-100 billion. However, in his point of view, in reality, the figure may be even higher.

He suggests that in the future the city should give strategic priority to certain projects in order to work out which should be carried out first. He added that more efforts should be put into managing the population of the city.
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$83 million road connecting Noi Bai Airport and Nhat Tan Bridge started
Bich Ngoc | vir.com.vn | Aug 01, 2011 15:15 pm

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Construction of the road connecting Noi Bai International Airport to Nhat Tan Bridge was kicked off today in Hanoi with the present of the deputy Prime Minister Hoang Trung Hai, Minister of Transport Ho Nghia Dung and JICA chief representative Motonori Tsuno.



The total length of the connecting road is 12.1 kilometres starting at Km0+00 at Nam Hong interchange and ending at Km12+100 at the interchange of National Highway No.12 and North Thang Long – Noi Bai road.

The high technical standard road is expected to accommodate the increase in traffic volume and improve the transport capacity from central Hanoi to Noi Bai International Airport, thereby contributing to promoting economic growth and strengthening international competitiveness of Hanoi city and northern Vietnam.

The construction work is to be carried out in 30 months. Following package 1, the other 4 packages are planned to start soon.

The first loan agreement for the Noi Bai International Airport to Nhat Tan Bridge Connecting Road Construction Project was signed on March 18, 2010 between the government of Vietnam and JICA, in an amount of 6.546 billion JPY (equivalent to $83 million).

JICA will make additional financing according to the actual implementation progress.

The project is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2014 in a harmonised schedule with Nhat Tan Bridge Construction Project and Noi Bai T2 Terminal Construction Project which are also financed by Japan’s official development assistance loan.
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Nhat Tan bridge is under construction,that bridge is big,modern!
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Because of the master plan, not only will several projects be thrown out, but 100s of buildings will end up being torn down as well.
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Great Hanoi Giant masterplan 2020- 2030 (70% of HN will be cover by green area)

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‘Hanoi master plan not swayed by anyone’
Last update 05/08/2011 08:00:00 AM (GMT+7)

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VietNamNet Bridge – “Some said that the plan to build the West Lake – Ba Vi road benefits estate projects, but I know no project along this road has operated,” said Deputy Minister of Construction Nguyen Dinh Toan, in an interview with a local newspaper about the newly-ratified Hanoi master plan to 2030.



Previous master plans of Hanoi have stated that the estimated capital for implementing the plan is around $90 billion, including $60 billion needed by 2030. Why the newly-approved plan does not mention the capital?

The previous plans mentioned the investment for infrastructural facilities like roads, sewers… The newly-ratified plan covers the entire projects in Hanoi, including many projects, many investors and different investment levels so the above figure ($90 billion) is not the estimated investment for the entire city. This is only the general plan.

Where will we mobilize capital from to implement this plan?

This plan points out the feasible financial resources. Part of the finance will come from the state budget, from foreign capital sources, from investors and from the people. It is the competence of the local government to mobilize capital sources to carry out this project.

What do you think about the rumor that the Hanoi master plan was swayed by big estate firms?


I was in charge of managing this project from the beginning and I did not see any estate firm involving in this job.

Why is the Ho Tay – Ba Vi road very dim in this plan?

This road starts from Hoang Quoc Viet road and finishes at the National Highway 21. The master plan does not draw this road in details. The construction of this work depends on investment capital and Hanoi’s plan.

Some said that the plan to build this road benefit estate projects, but I know no project along this road has operated. That road only benefits the city. Not only has the government decided to build this road. Many meetings and workshop were held to discuss this project and we see that this road is necessary to develop the western Hanoi and to deal with Hanoi’s traffic problems.

There are over 750 construction projects located in the area covered by the newly-ratified master plan. Will these projects be maintained or will they be inspected again?

Some projects will be changed to fit with the master plan. Even approved projects must be adjusted.

How is the fate of projects in the green-corridor area?


For the green corridor along the Nhue River, there are three kinds of works: villages, schools and health stations of recent residents, projects have been and are being implemented and projects that are not implemented yet.

Not-yet implemented projects will be classified once again to define which have made site clearance, have paid taxes, etc. to have suitable treatment.

The implementation of project in the Nhue river green corridor will depend on Hanoi’s implementation of detailed construction plan in the future.

I would like to confirm that there are not many projects in the green corridor and competent agencies will combine with project investors to adjust these projects. Ecological residential area projects can be accepted in the green corridor area because the green corridor does not mean the ban of construction. Only high-rise buildings are restricted.

The resettlement of residents in the Hanoi’s old quarter in Hoan Kiem district, has not finished though this plan has been carried out for more than ten year. What do you think about the feasibility of the project to reduce the population in this area from 1.2 million to 0.8 million?

To reduce the population in the old quarter, it is necessary to build new residential areas which have similar or better facilities in comparison with the previous residences. I know that Hanoi is preparing to move people from the old quarter to the Viet Hung residential areas.

In Hanoi, there are many new residential areas that lack trees, schools and other facilities. These areas are unattractive to people so it is difficult for resettlement. I believe that investors will do better in the future.

What does the Ministry of Construction assess about the influence of the newly-announced master plan for Hanoi to the currently quiet estate market?

The estate market will change for sure because they know where will be invested. Therefore, we display the master plan for public view.

The Hanoi master plan to 2030 and the vision to 2050 were designed by the Ministry of Construction, in cooperation with the Hanoi People’s Committee and related agencies.

The Perkin Eastmans - POSCO E & C-JINA is the main consulter, in cooperation with two local consulters – the Institute for Urban and Rural Architect and Planning and the Institute for Hanoi Construction Planning.

The master plan was designed within two years and it was considered by the Politburo, the National Assembly, the Government, the State Assessment Council and international consulter several times.
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A Great Dream of Hanoian
17/08/2011 15:04 GMT+7

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On July 26, 2011 Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung approved Hanoi’s master plan by 2030 with a vision towards 2050. It was an important event drawing special attention from not only people in the capital but also people nationwide.

After being approved by the Prime Minister, Hanoi’s master plan is displayed at the National Exhibition Centre in Tu Liem, Hanoi that attracts a large number of visitors. It shows that people nationwide pay much attention to the plan to convert the city into a sustainable development capital with a synchronous and modern infrastructure system, harmonious cultural values, economic growth, and environmental protection.


It is the first time the planning model of Hanoi has been displayed at the National Exhibition Centre.


The exhibition draws special attention of people from all walks of life.


The issue of planning the capital is directly related to the lives and feelings of people.


Via the master plan, people can learn about the capital in the future.

At present, Hanoi (including Ha Tay) has a population of 6,448,837 and it is expected to have a population of over 9 million in 2030 and nearly 11 million in 2050. The capital in 2030 will have an administrative borderline of around 3,344.6 km2 with its center – the old Hanoi – surrounded by five satellite urban centres. These urban centres will be connected with each other by high-quality traffic lanes, telecommunications and social infrastructure service networks.
According to Prof. Dang Hung Vo, former Deputy Minister of Natural Resources and Environment, the green space is the basis for the sustainable development of a modern city.












The perspectives show that Hanoi will become a modern city in the region and the world in the future.









According to the evaluation of some experts, this master plan not only takes account of the factor of space but also analyses the impact of economic factors and gives out the most suitable planning to help Hanoi become not only a political hub but also an economic nucleus of the whole country.

Notably, the master plan presents the combination of oriental and occidental architecture with the “fengshui” factor.

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Five satellite urban centres of Hanoi in the future include Hoa Lac, Son Tay, Xuan Mai, Phu Xuyen – Phu Minh and Soc Son. Hoa Lạc will focus on science, technology and training. Son Tay will become an urban center dedicated to culture, history, and convalescence tourism. Xuan Mai will target developing services and the handicraft industry. Phu Xuyen will function as a transport coordinating destination and housing industry zone. Soc Son will become an ecological urban center.
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Hanoi restricts high-rise buildings downtown
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Nhan Dan – The Hanoi authorities will stop granting permission for new high-rise buildings in the capital’s central districts, said Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee Nguyen The Thao yesterday.

This statement was made at a conference on implementing Hanoi’s master plan until 2030, aimed at transforming the capital into a modern and sustainable city.

He added the city will relocate schools, universities, hospitals and factories in downtown districts to the outskirts and their vacated premises will be converted to green parks and public spaces. The city will also carry out extensive renovations to places of historical and cultural interests.

Under the master plan, the city will develop new urban areas and satellite towns in suburban districts to ease strain on the city centre, said the Chairman.

The city will also pool its resources to significantly upgrade urban infrastructure including roads, power and clean water supply, as well as drainage and sewage systems.

Speaking at the conference, Politburo member and Secretary of the Hanoi Party Committee Pham Quang Nghi urged relevant agencies to effectively fulfil their assigned tasks to realise the city’s urban development plan.

In July 2011, the Prime Minister approved Hanoi’s master plan until 2030, with a vision towards 2050, anticipating the capital will become a modern metropolitan area with a population of 9 million by 2030.

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Hanoi to have eight urban railway routes by 2030
31/Oct/2011

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According to master transportation plan of 2030 and vision till 2050, Hanoi will have eight urban railway routes with a total length of 284 km.

In the master plan approved by the prime minister, together with five railway lines that have been approved previously, there will be additional three new routes including Noi Bai - Phu Dien - Ha Dong - Ngoc Hoi, Me Linh - An Khanh - Duong Noi, Mai Dich - Yen So- Linh Nam - Duong Xa and the inner area will also have six subway lines.

In addition, Hanoi will build expressway routes with 6-8 traffic lanes, corridors of 100 - 110m. Those are North - South highway, Thang Long-Hoa Binh Boulevard, highway in the west (Ho Chi Minh Road), Hanoi - Hai Phong highway, Hanoi - Thai Nguyen, Hanoi - Lao Cai, Noi Bai - Ha Long highway.

At the same time, Hanoi will also upgrade and expand railway routes such as West Thang Long-Son Tay, Road No32, Ho Tay-Ba Vi, Thang Long Boulevard, Ha Dong-Xuan Mai and Ngoc Hoi-Phu Xuyen.

On the ring road system, Hanoi will complete 6-8 traffic lane ring road No 1 (Cau Giay-Tran Khat Chan), ring road No 2 with 10 traffic lanes, ring road No 3 with 10-12 traffic lanes.
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