Quang Ninh is about to have an urban area of 1,700 hectares in Cam Pha
2 min read
3 hours ago
The tourist, service and urban area in Quang Hanh ward has a planning area of about 1,738 hectares and an estimated population of about 13,000 people.
Cam Pha city, Quang Ninh province (Quang Ninh newspaper)
The People’s Committee of Quang Ninh Province has just issued a Decision approving the Task of Planning the construction subdivision of 1 / 2,000 tourist, service and urban area in Quang Hanh Ward, Cam Pha City.
According to the approval, the project has a planned area of about 1,738 ha, the estimated population size of about 13,000 people.
Boundaries for specific planning: The East borders the subdivision of Tourist, service and coastal areas; Ha Long City borders to the West; borders the Bai Tu Long Bay to the south; the North borders the hilly area, existing population and Highway 18A.
The nature of the project is a tourist, service and coastal urban area, an eco-resort, a forest-sea eco-resort synchronously with technical and social infrastructure, meeting the needs of tourism development, services and urban area west of Cam Pha city,
The project consists of three main functional areas: Zone A is a mineral spring resort area (an area of 252 hectares); Zone B is a conservation area combined with experienced tourism (an area of about 837 hectares); Zone C is the urban area, services, commerce, sea and island eco-tourism (an area of 616 hectares).
Capital for project implementation is from local budget or other lawful support. The planning organizer is the Cam Pha City People’s Committee. A planning project is completed within a maximum of 9 months from the date the planning task is approved.
- Detailed Bu Dang Binh Phuoc travel experience from A to Z
- Vietcetera’s Expat Employees Recommend Their Favorite Vietnamese Foods & Drinks
- France sees "crisis" over submarine cancellation - Le Drian
- ‘Pocket’ right at the romantic autumn viewing spots in Hanoi like movies
- Seo My Ty Sapa Lake – a European oasis in the Northwest sky
Vietnam has substantial potential for offshore wind power: report
EVFTA brings trade opportunities to French companies
FDI commitment in Vietnam on the rise despite virus
Finance Minister affirms State budget sufficiency
Big Wins Amidst The Pandemic: These Vietnamese Startups Recently Secured Million-Dollar Fundings