Nội dung toàn văn Decision No. 649/QĐ-TTg 2014 approval for adjustments to general planning for Hue city to 2030 2050
THE PRIME MINISTER
SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM
Hanoi, May 06, 2014
APPROVAL FOR ADJUSTMENTS TO GENERAL PLANNING FOR HUE CITY TO 2030 AND A VISION TO 2050
THE PRIME MINISTER
Pursuant to the Law on Government organization dated December 25, 2001;
Pursuant to the Law on Urban Planning dated June 17, 2009;
Pursuant to the Government’s Decree No. 37/2010/NĐ-CP dated April 07, 2010 on formulation, assessment, approval and management of urban planning;
At the request of president of People’s committees of Thua Thien Hue Province and the Ministry of Construction’s assessment report,
Article 1. Approve adjustments to general planning for Hue City to 2030 and a vision to 2050 as follows:
1. Scope of adjustments to the planning:
Scope of adjustments includes existing Hue City (70.99 km2) and areas oriented for development and expansion within Huong Thuy and Huong Tra communes and part of Phu Vang Commune (Thuan An commune-level town and neighboring communes) (approximately 348.54 km2. Scope for specific study is as follows:
- Eastern borderline: to Thuan An Coast
- Western borderline: to Binh Dien Commune.
- Northern borderline: to Bo River – Tu Ha Ward;
- Southern borderline: to Hue City Bypass;
2. Targets and nature:
a) Development targets:
- Preserve and promote heritage of Hue Ancient Capital; build the city in compliance with space structure planning with urban architecture in harmony with nature, state-of-the-art technical infrastructure satisfying role and function of the urban with special characteristics in ecology, natural landscape, national cultural heritages and international meaning.
- Turn Hue City and areas orientated for development and urbanization into a central urban area of Thua Thien Hue in the future;
- This shall serve as foundations for comprehensive urban construction development, urban classification and turn the whole province into central-affiliated city according to Poliburo’s Conclusion No. 48-KL/TW dated May 25, 2009.
- As a township, political, economic, cultural, science and technology center of Thua Thien Hue Province during the development of Thua Thien Hue into the central-affiliated city; a central urban area of Thua Thien Hue in the future; as a great and special center in culture, tourism, science, technology, healthcare, high-quality interdisciplinary, multi-field education and training across the country and Southeast Asia.
- As a city of world heritage, a city of national-level Festival of international stature;
- As an economic hub in the region and international trade corridor
c) A vision to 2050:
- Develop Hue City into one of six national-level urban areas in Vietnam’s urban system, a city of Festival, a cultural, tourist hub of Asia and one of three heritage cities of Indochina;
- Develop Hue City into a vibrant historical city and an urban of cultural creation;
- Nourish and develop high-quality knowledge industry to turn Hue into an urban of knowledge industry;
- Build an environmentally friendly urban in harmony with nature to turn Hue into a model urban of environment.
3. Development forecasts:
a) Population scale:
- To 2020: approximately 615,000 people;
- To 2030: approximately 674,000 people;
- To 2050: approximately 1,000,000 people;
b) Land scale:
- Existing urban construction land: approximately 6,028 ha;
- To 2020, urban construction land is approximately 10,412 ha.
- To 2030, urban construction land is approximately 12,190 ha.
4. Development orientation:
a) Urban space development:
- Urban space is developed according to model of urban group including one central urban and four auxiliary urban areas; all urban areas are interconnected by a belt road network with green tree strips arranged between urban areas to minimize spread of urban areas and to prevent floods; create a group of heritage, cultural and environmentally friendly urban areas.
- Development zoning:
+ Urban – industrial development: One central urban and four auxiliary urban areas (12,190 ha)
+ Rural agricultural development (approximately 22,664 ha) including:
. Concentrated rural residential areas (approximately 1,395 ha);
. Land for agricultural production (approximately 11,668 ha);
. Land for green tree strips between urban areas (approximately 9,601 ha);
- Urban development orientation:
+ Central urban:
. Central urban includes existing Hue City and new urban of An Van Duong. Total area is approximately 8,200 ha. To 2030, population is approximately 440,000 people.
. Intensify development of inherent functions of service, tourism, health, education, administrative, cultural and carnival centers of existing urban; and at the same time promote functions of public services and knowledge industry;
. Prioritize development of North-south axis urban in the areas permissible for construction and re-arrange urban areas in existing residential areas;
+ Auxiliary urban areas:
. Auxiliary urban area 1 - Huong Thuy belongs to Huong Thuy Commune with a total area of 12,500 ha and a population of 104,000 people to the year 2030. It is a gateway to the south of the central city of Hue. It functions as an industrial hub providing complex public services to Hue City and the area of Huong Thuy Commune, developing functions of residence, industry, tourism and services.
. Auxiliary urban area 2 - Thuan An has an area of approximately 4,500 ha and a population of 35,000 people to the year 2030. It functions as a marine gateway and provides public services to the area of Phu Vang District; it also functions as a marine ecotourism area, lagoons and a driving force for Hue to become marine-oriented urban. The area is restricted from high-density population growth.
. Auxiliary urban area 3 – Huong Tra belongs to Huong Tra Commune with an area of approximately 7,800 ha and a population of 87,000 people to the year 2030. It intensifies industrial functions with Tu Ha Industrial Zone as center providing public services to the area of Huong Tra district-level town.
. Auxiliary urban area 4 – Binh Dien has an area of approximately 1,800 ha and a population of 8,000 people to the year 2030. It functions both as a link between Hue City and areas to the west of Thua Thien Hue Province and a center of such areas in the future. It helps develop functions of tourism and establish tourism links with Hue City through Perfume River; provides public services to surrounding areas and gradually urbanizes the area of Binh Dien Commune.
- North – south axis is still an economic development axis (in the direction from Huong Tra – Hue City – Huong Thuy) which is formed by main national traffic axis and East – west economic corridor.
- Tourism development axis is developed in the direction from Thuan An (to the east) and Binh Dien Commune (Upper course of Perfume River) to Hue City.
b) Development orientation for line center systems:
- Administrative centers (approximately 120 ha) include:
+ Administrative and political centers at provincial level (located in the new urban area of An Van Duong and part of the old urban area to the south of the city).
+ Administrative and political centers at municipal, district, commune, ward levels and part of Huong Thuy, Huong Tra district-level towns, Phu Vang District.
+ Administrative establishments affiliated to central agencies located in the administrative division;
- Cultural and Art centers (approximately 300 ha) include:
+ Renovate and expand Thua Thien Hue Center for culture and information; intensify functions and diversify cultural programs and activities;
+ Formed in the area of Phu Mau Commune is a cultural center of advanced model with an area of approximately 50 ha.
+ Maintain and expand cultural and festival groups, grass-root cultural institutions in the area to the southwest of the city with an area of 40 ha.
+ Grass-root cultural institutions of cities, districts and communes;
- Medical centers (approximately 80 ha) include:
+ Medical centers at regional and national levels are arranged in the old urban to the south of the city with an area of approximately 25 ha.
+ Medical centers of general practice, specialties and preventive medicine in Hue City are arranged in Huong So and Vy Da wards, centers of Huong Thuy, Huong Tra communes, Phu Vang District with appropriate service radius.
- Education and training centers (approximately 250 ha) include:
+ Interdisciplinary education and training centers at regional and national levels: Hue student village is built in An Tay, An Cuu wards with an area of approximately 143 ha.
+ Carry out new development of a number of educational institutions in the new urban areas of An Van Duong with an area of 50 ha.
+ Tertiary and vocational training institutions and other educational institutions are arranged in dispersion in the existing urban areas.
- Sports centers: (approximately 485 ha):
+ Maintain existing sports centers; Upgrade functions of sports facilities at urban level; develop new multi-functional sports facilities at new urban areas of An Van Duong and Huong So Ward;
+ Existing sports centers in residential areas in the city are renovated, upgraded and modernized.
+ Golf clubs: Investment must be maintained in Thien An golf course located in Thuy Duong Ward under the golf course planning to the year 2020.
- Research and development centers (approximately 100 ha) shall be arranged in An Tay, Thuy Duong and Phu Bai wards.
- Service and trade centers (approximately 200 ha) include:
+ Trade centers and supermarkets shall be constructed in old urban centers, new urban areas of An Van Duong, areas of Tu Ha and Phu Bai wards.
+ A number of existing supermarkets, markets shall be renovated and upgraded in the areas of Hue City. Upgrade Dong Ba Market, construct Phu Hau wholesale market, allocate land funds, invest in the development of general logistics and goods reserves warehouse system serving importation of domestic goods;
+ Maintain and promote traditional markets and trade villages creating typical images of a tourism city;
- Tourism service centers (approximately 500 ha) include:
+ Sea and lagoon tourism services: High-class resorts, hotel system and tourism services shall be established in the areas of Thuan An Commune-level town, Tam Giang Lagoon.
+ River and lake ecotourism shall be established in the areas along Perfume River and Ngu Ha River; Special tourism attractions shall be established in Hen, Da Vien Dunes within the area of Thuy Bieu Ward...
+ Mountain resorts, ecotourism areas for meditation and praying such as Huyen Tran Temple, Thien An Hill...
c) Urban residential area development orientation:
- Areas to be renovated (approximately 1,725 ha) are mainly concentrated in the south and part of the north of Hue City in Huong Thuy, Huong Tra district-level towns, Phu Vang District.
- Conservation zones to be renovated (approximately 400 ha) are mainly concentrated in the area of Imperial City close to historical remains, royal tombs; Bao Vinh ancient city, a number of garden houses in Thuy Bieu, Kim Long, and Huong Long and other traditional trade villages. Landscape Conservation Zones: population density shall be minimized; renovation and construction shall be done in the direction of wind with low height and density to ensure harmony and no negative effects on historical remains and traditional trade villages.
- Re-development area (approximately 250 ha) shall be mainly concentrated in the areas of Thuy Bieu and Gia Hoi wards, Hen and Da Vien dunes and other areas. Constructions of tourism functions such as trade and cultural zones, resorts ...shall be carried out. - Additional development areas (approximately 180 ha) are mainly concentrated in Thuy Xuan, Truong An, Phuoc Vinh, Huong Long, Kim Long, An Cuu, An Tay; public service and residential areas shall be expanded and developed through exploitation of empty land funds. Density of construction works is medium and low; height is harmonious with neighboring areas.
- New development areas (approximately 1,750 ha) are mainly concentrated in the new urban area of An Van Duong, Huong So, An Hoa and a number of new urban areas in Huong Thuy, Huong Tra, Thuan An and Binh Dien; Under ecological urban model, construction works are carried out with low height and density. High-rise buildings are concentrated in a number of central areas with high density.
d) Rural residential area development orientation:
- Mainly concentrated in a number of areas in Phu Vang District, Huong Tra and Huong Thuy district-level town; landscape conservation and architectural forms of traditional trade village, and at the same time developed according to the new rural construction program;
- A number of new rural village models closely associated with tourism are put into construction.
- Green belts shall be constructed to create connection between urban areas and minimize process of urbanization. State-of-the-art and synchronous technical infrastructure is gradually upgraded and made accessible to urban areas.
dd) Industrial development space development:
- Concentrated industrial zones, industrial complexes (approximately 1,200 ha) include Phu Bai industrial zone (820 ha), Tu Ha industrial zone (250 ha), Thuy Phuong industrial zone (50 ha), Huong So Tra Village industrial complex (50 ha), Binh Dien industrial complex (30 ha).
- Research and development areas in the areas of An Tay and Thuy Duong with an area of 100 ha shall be used to develop hi-tech clean industries with no adverse effects being imposed on landscapes and environment in the area in coordination with specialized medical centers, high-quality interdisciplinary training centers for development of knowledge industry.
e) Orientation of technical infrastructure centers
- Airports: Phu Bai international airport shall be upgraded and developed to the year 2030 to achieve grade 4E as stated in civil airport standard according to the planning for Phu Bai international airport, Thua Thien Hue Province to the year 2020 and a vision to 2030.
- Railway stations: New railway stations shall be constructed in order to move the railway system out of the city center. Railway stations (in the north, south and central railway station) shall be constructed to link main urban areas with railway traffic under Vietnam railway transport development planning.
- Seaports: Thuan An Port shall be invested and constructed to receive ships of 5,000 DWT to the year 2020 in compliance with the approved seaport development planning.
- Water and power supply facilities, waste and wastewater treatment areas and cemeteries...shall be planned in a synchronous and modern way with appropriate service radius.
g) Orientation of green tree space, parks and open space:
- Area scale is approximately 580 ha; general norm of trees 15m2/person; area of green trees in urban 6 m2/person.
- Ecological green space shall be developed, diversified and enriched to constrain urbanization.
- Park system includes neighborhood parks, cultural and historical parks, water surface and sports parks which help create urban landscapes, environment, and playgrounds.
- Water surface space shall be exploited to construct new ponds that provide landscapes, relaxation and flood relief.
- Main water surface space includes Perfume River and its branches; areas of Lagoons and Thuan An coast; canals inside and outside the Imperial City; Man-made and natural lakes and ponds.
- Squares should be arranged in a way to get connected with traffic works such as Phu Bai Airport, Hue Railway Station and other special works; central squares shall be made linked to parks or typical works ensuring open space serving major events.
h) Orientation of planning space along Perfume River:
- Areas from Gia Long mausoleum to Kim Long Ward are the conservation areas to be enhanced and constructed under control for organization of spiritually cultural events and for honoring value of historical remains in combination with tourism exploitation.
- Areas from Kim Long Ward to Bao Vinh Ancient City are the areas to be developed and enhanced to preserve typical characteristics of Imperial City Hue.
- Areas from Bao Vinh Ancient City to Thuan An Seagate are agroecological space, riverside villages, lagoons and sea gates where beach tourism areas, lagoon ecosystem areas, eating and drinking areas, water surface playground and tourism areas to the west of Thuan An Port shall be formed and developed.
- Space along the river mainly includes green park system, walking streets in combination with architectural works with building height being restricted to ensure general harmony, preserve and promote value of Bao Vinh Ancient City;
5. Orientation of land use planning:
- Urban construction land is approximately 12,190 ha with approximately 210 m2/person in norm.
- Norm of land for housing construction works is 112 m2/person Of which:
+ Area of inhabited land is 4,520 ha, approximately 77.8 m2/person in norm.
+ Public land: 6 m2/person; green tree and sports land: 10 m2/person; traffic and square land: 18 m2/person. Including 6,496 ha in civil land (houses, public, green trees...), 5,694 ha in non-civil land (industrial, tourism and education), and 22,664 ha in natural and reserved land.
6. Orientation of landscape space
a) Orientation of landscape architecture zoning:
It includes seven zones with residency characteristics that are different in degree and urban density: Area in the north of Perfume River, area in the south of Perfume River; new urban area of An Van Duong; area of Binh Dien Commune, area of Huong Thuy Commune and area of Thuan An commune-level town.
b) Orientation of landscape space management:
- Area in the north of Perfume River (Imperial City Hue, traditional trade villages, arts and crafts villages and a number of other areas):
+ Height of construction works in the area of Imperial City: 11 m;
+ For traditional quarters (Bao Vinh, Kim Long and Gia Hoi) characterized by wooden houses and garden houses, their entire traditional structures should be preserved and kept intact during the repair.
+ For trade villages (Phuong Duc, Thanh Tien, Sinh...), structures of villages, perennial housing system and other infrastructure shall be preserved.
- Area in the south of Perfume River:
+ Management of landscape views: expand view of main landscape axis from Flagtower of Imperial City Hue about 20 degrees to Ngu Binh Mountain; special attention should be paid to the view of the area from the southeast of Hue to central urban area.
+ Management of landscape on two riversides (Perfume River: 200 m; Nhu Y and An Cuu rivers: 50 m) with specific stipulations on height, shape and architecture of new construction works.
+ Street landscape management: landscapes of central urban streets and historical streets (Hung Vuong, Hanoi, Le Loi, Dien Bien Phu streets...) shall be constructed with height and shape of works under control.
+ Traditional landscape management: traditional architectural works, areas surrounding historical remains, contemporary architectural works shall be preserved, recovered and renovated.
- New urban areas of An Van Duong:
+ Gradually completed and synchronized toward sustainable and modern development;
+ Construct high-rise, modern and iconic buildings;
- Area of Binh Dien Commune:
+ Preserve and promote value of natural landscape, balance ecology in compliance with the Law on Environment Protection;
+ Form a number of ecological urban areas, low-rise garden houses with low construction density and typical characteristics;
- Area of Huong Thuy Commune:
+ Construct and form a number of works of considerable scale creating a focal point to the urban with axis of National Route 1A being prioritized;
+ Form and develop a number of public works and services satisfying demands of residents and tourists;
+ Plan construction and formulate regulations on architecture – landscape in rural residential areas;
- Area of Huong Tra Commune:
+ Construct and form a number of works of considerable scale creating a focal point to the urban with axis of National Route 1A being prioritized;
+ Form and develop a number of public works and services satisfying demands of residents and tourists;
+ Plan construction and formulate regulations on architecture – landscape in rural residential areas;
- Area of Thuan An commune-level town:
+ Carry out gradual completion of urban areas toward sustainable development with typical characteristics of coastal urban areas.
+ Prioritize the development of public, service space, especially coastal landscape space;
c) Management of key architectural landscape:
- For gateway areas of urban areas: control landscape architecture of focal-point, iconic works in the gateway areas; Specifically:
+ Gateways in the areas bordering the city (four areas: Axis of National Route 1A (section bordering Bo River); axis of National Route 1A (Hue bypass); axis of National Route 49B, Phu Thuan Commune and axis of National Route 49B, Binh Dien Commune); Create landscape for traffic routes in perfect combination with neighboring areas, carry out constructions to create typical images.
+ Gateways leading to city center (six points: National Route 1A (section of Quan Ro Bridge); bypass within the area of Huong Van Ward; National 49, Thuy Bang Commune; National 1A (section of overpass in the area of Thuy Duong Ward; Tu Duc axis - National Route 1A intersecting with belt routes; National Route 1A intersecting with belt routes): Construct public squares in connection with landscapes of the areas of city center and suburban areas. Arrange iconic works in the area leading to the City in the north and in the south via Road 49 and North-south expressway respectively;
+ Gateways leading to main traffic works (three points: area of railway stations; area of Phu Bai Airport; area of Thuan An Port): Create landscape and architecture in perfect combination with characteristics of Hue.
- For main space axis:
+ Historical landscape axis: Establish four historical landscape axis (city center axis, South-north landscape axis, Nam Giao axis, hilly and mountainous area axis behind the Imperial City) with separate rules being imposed on the areas of four axis to ensure visual representation of iconicity and history of Hue.
+ River landscape axis including Perfume River landscape and other river landscape axis (An Cuu, Ngu Ha and Bo rivers): Construct diversified landscape on the banks of the rivers and widen their views.
+ Urban space axis: Establish two space axis (North-south urban axis and urban circulation axis) to construct urban landscape making a contribution toward harmonizing between modernity and tradition, and widen landscape views.
- For squares, observatories and iconic works, specifically:
+ Establish three types of squares including central squares (eight points), landscape squares (six points) and traffic squares (eight points) satisfying correlation of ratio, representing meaning, nature and typical images.
+ Establish two observatories including three natural landscape observatories and seven urban landscape observatories satisfying correlation of ratio, observing views and representing nature, meaning of each observing point;
+ Iconic works are key architectural works, visual works, main historical remains, well-known architectural buildings and open space in the hills or dunes.
7. Orientation of urban design:
a) General urban design framework:
- Urban system: Construct one central urban (Hue) and four auxiliary urban areas (Huong Tra, Huong Thuy, Thuan An, Binh Dien);
- Main space axis: North-south traffic axis (Expressway axis in the west of Hue City, National route 1A axis); East-west traffic axis (National route 49); traffic circulation axis.
- Landscape axis: Perfume River space axis, ecological green space axis, link space axis.
- Control landscape architectural space of focal, iconic works;
- Control height, construction density, land use coefficient, ratio of green area, public space, and main traffic axis;
- Develop special space, urban landscape space, ecological landscape space and areas of cultural and historical remains.
c) Orientation of urban design:
- Construction density:
+ Areas of high population density (central areas of urban areas, areas of mixed development) to be developed along two main routes of urban areas.
+ Areas of medium and small population density: western areas (Thuy Xuan, Thuy Bieu, Kim Long, Huong Long...), eastern areas (Vy Da, Phu Cat, Phu Hiep, Phu Mau, Thuy Van...): Develop housing areas of low population density with harmonious architectural styles.
+ Areas of low population density: Conservation zones of historical and cultural remains (Imperial city, mausoleums in the west...), ancient cities and traditional trade villages. Develop ecological urban areas, areas of garden houses, and areas of green tree parks and sports with low construction density;
- Construction height and land use coefficient:
+ Central areas of urban areas: develop high-rise building works with appropriate land use coefficient; Positions for arrangement of focal construction works:
+ Areas of tourism, ecology, green parks: develop low-rise or medium-rise building works with low land use coefficient;
8. Orientation of technical infrastructure system development:
- External relation traffic:
+ Roads: Construct and complete North - south expressway; National Route 1A, National Route 491 (section passing the area) Arrange intersections and overpasses at main point of intersection (National Route 1A, National Route 49 and interprovincial roads); points of intersecting with North – south expressway (three points: Huong Chu, Huong Tho, Thuy Phuong) in compliance with the approved road traffic planning; study points of intersection at the areas of city center.
+ Waterway: Develop and form Thuan An – Chan May waterway linking to Da Nang Province;
- Railway: Develop new railway routes according to Vietnam railway transport development planning;
+ Airway: Develop Phu Bai international airport to the year 2030 achieving grade 4E of civil airport standard according to the planning for Phu Bai international airport, Thua Thien Hue Province to the year 2020 and a vision to 2030.
- Internal relation traffic:
+ Urban traffic:
. Roads: Keep commercial construction of internal belt road network linking with old and new construction areas; external belt network linking with Huong Thuy – Thuan An – Huong Tra. Construct new main urban routes in the east and west of National Route 1A to increase accessibility to internal areas and reduce pressure for National Route 1A in compliance with the approved road traffic planning; and at the same time keep completing road network of urban areas.
. Main criteria: Urban road density 8 – 10km/km2; rural road density 3.0 – 3.2 km/km2; ratio of urban road 18 – 22%; ration of rural road 10 – 15%;
+ Public traffic:
. Construct North – south public traffic routes linking with Huong Tra – Hue – Huong Thuy; East-west routes linking with Thuan An – Hue – Binh Dien;
. Urban circulation routes linking key areas such as Imperial City, central areas in the south..., with airports, seaports and expanded urban centers.
+ Tourism and cultural traffic: Link main tourism areas of Hue City with cultural heritages, historical remains and scenic beauties.
. Road tourism routes: Link existing central areas to tourist attractions; Exploit and establish links with bus routes to improve accessibility and convenience for tourism activities;
. Waterway tourism routes: Construct and operate another ten boat stations on Perfume River to serve tourism.
+ Roads for walkers and bicycles:
. Construct road network for walkers and bicycles in the existing urban areas and new urban areas.
. Plan quarters with the remains of French architecture and areas in the east of the Imperial City Hue (Mai Thuc Loan Street...) into areas for walkers.
+ Static traffic:
. Construction and renovation of five urban coach stations: Construct new coach stations in the north of Tu Ha Ward, south of Phu Bai Ward, east of Phu Thuong area and renovate existing An Cuu and An Hoa stations.
. Car parks: expand and develop car park space in the areas of ports, airports, railway stations, shopping mall, parks and car parks serving residential areas and other special works. Size of car parks is based on area, population density, expected number of cars and conditions of the area.
b) Technical preparations:
+ Ground level must be in compliance with permitted construction level and in harmony with adjoining construction areas Ensure rainwater is well drained and minimizes floods caused by landslide, earthquakes... Specifically:
. Central areas of Hue City slope away toward Perfume River. Planned ground levels of new development areas in the east of National Route 1A from +2.10 m to +3.00 m; in the west of National Route 1A from +3.00 m to +3.75 m; near An Cuu River from +2.10 m to +2.30 m; near Pho Loi River from +2.50 m to +3.50 m.
. Huong Thuy area slopes away toward lagoons (Northeastern). Planned ground levels of residential areas are normally from +1.80 m to +2.30 m
. Thuan An area slopes away toward the area around lagoons. Planned ground levels of new construction areas are from +1.65 m to +2.20 m
. Huong Tra area slopes away toward Bo River. Planned ground levels of new construction areas are from +2.88 m to +5.50 m.
. Binh Dien area slopes away toward Huu Trach River. Average ground level is above +20m.
+ Ground levels of residential areas: H = (P%) + (0.3-0.5) m.
+ Ground levels of industrial zones: H = (P%) + (0.5-0.7) m.
+ Cycle of design flood (P%) is chosen separately for each area and complies with applicable regulations. Cycle of flood in the area of Perfume River: P = 5%.
+ Regulations on management and control of ground levels: terrain and natural conditions of each area must be treated with respects. Newly constructed or renovated works must be about from 0.3 to 0.5 m higher than road surface. For highland areas with a slope under 10% and not affected by floods, only part of those areas are levelled with slope being remained as prescribed. For highland areas with a slope above 10%, ground is made into terrace steps, each step with its own slope created.
- Rainwater drainage:
+ Rainwater drainage basin: areas of Perfume River, Huu Trach River (at the highlands of Perfume River), Bo River and An Cuu River (a branch of Perfume River).
+ Drainage measures: gravity flowing or use of pump stations Flood water is discharged from Level 1 drainage axis to detention basin, then to rivers or through pump stations to rivers.
. In old urban areas: For areas where a common drainage system can not be converted into separate drainage systems, construction of separate manholes for rainwater and wastewater is required. Gradual conversion and separation of rainwater and wastewater drainage systems.
. In new construction areas: a separate drainage system must be constructed.
. In new urban areas, residential areas: Select separate or semi-separate drainage measures depending on scale and nature of each area.
+ Drainage system: Main pipe network is branched off with gravity drainage being prioritized. Discharging into main drainage canals shall depend on planned basin.
- Prevention and fighting against natural disasters:
+ Improve flood drainage capacity of Perfume River: Renovate, dredge and correct existing rivers, carry out projects for improvement of flood drainage capacity or improvement of drainage capacity of pipe network;
+ Construct detention basin in the urban areas or around the basin to alleviate floods for main branch of Perfume River. Total detention basins are 15 and total area is 2.4 km2
+ Construct dykes, embankments in the areas likely to be affected by floods;
c) Water supply:
- Water supply norms:
+ Areas of Hue City: 180 liters/person/day & night and 200 liters/person/day & night to the year 2020 and 2030 respectively. Ratio of water supply achieves 100%.
+ Areas of Huong Tra, Huong Thuy, Thuan An: 150 liters/person/day & night and 180 liters/person/day & night to the year 2020 and 2030 respectively. Ratio of water supply achieves 90%.
+ Binh Dien area: 120 liters/person/day & night and 150 liters/person/day & night to the year 2020 and 2030 respectively. Ratio of water supply achieves 90%.
- Demand for water supply:
+ Total demand for water used for urban activities and production is approximately 148,581 m3/day and 180,726 m3/day to the year 2020 and 2030 respectively.
+ Total demand for water used for rural residential activities is approximately 20,000 m3/day and 25,000 m3/day to the year 2020 and 2030 respectively.
- Water supply works: Carry out new constructions or expansion of capacity of existing water supply stations, specifically:
+ Quang Te Water Supply Station: 207,000 m3/day and 230,000 m3/day to the year 2020 and 2030 respectively.
+ Tu Ha Water Supply Station: 27,000 m3/day and 30,000 m3/day to the year 2020 and 2030 respectively.
+ Binh Dien Water Supply Station: 1,700 m3/day and 2,600 m3/day to the year 2020 and 2030 respectively.
- Pipe network:
+ Use loops and branching networks, ensure safety of water supply; Renovate, upgrade or completely construct pipe network, pressure boosters, utility works; Diameters of transmission pipes are from DN150 – DN1,200, distribution pipes from DN50 – DN100;
+ Length of water supply pipes is approximately 2,348 km and 2,614 km to the year 2020 and 2030 respectively.
d) Power supply and urban lighting:
- Power supply:
+ Power supply norms:
. Electrical energy for domestic activities: 1,200 kwh/person/year;
. Load for public utilities: 30% of electrical power for domestic activities;
. Average load for industrial production: 180 kw/ha
+ Total electrical power to the year 2030: approximately 240,255 kVA;
+ Power sources: national electricity system, hydro-power plants in the administrative division of Thua Thien Hue (plants of Binh Dien, Huong Dien, A Luoi...)
+ Transformers: renovate and completely construct transformers 2 x 250 (MVA): 220 KV Chan May; Hue; Hue (La Son); Phong Dien. Increase capacity of 110 KV stations of Hue 1, Hue 3, Phu Bai
+ Electrical grid:
. High-voltage grid: 500KV, 220KV and 110KV lines according to national electricity planning;
. Medium-voltage grid: Use standard voltage rating 22KV; gradually convert 6KV, 10KV, 15KV and 35KV lines into 22KV line;
. Low-voltage grid: Use voltage rating 380/220KV; Grids are completely constructed and renovated within central urban areas, auxiliary urban areas, new urban areas...cables planned to run underground. Overhead twisted cables shall be used instead for areas without fixed planning
- Urban lighting:
+ Gradually renovate and complete urban lighting system; Apply automatic and semi-automatic control of street light system; use energy-saving lights in urban lighting;
+ Gradually run underground for lighting cable lines on main traffic axis to ensure landscape and urban beauty;
+ Install landscape lighting equipment at focal locations;
dd) Wastewater drainage:
- Total amount of wastewater drained:
+ Amount of domestic wastewater to the year 2020: Q=98,653 m3/day; to 2030: 150,284 m3/day
+ Amount of industrial wastewater to the year 2030: Q=23,679 m3/day;
- Water drainage system:
+ For areas inside the Imperial City Hue, old quarters, areas currently using common wastewater drainage system: Progress to conversion to separate drainage systems;
+ New urban areas, industrial zones and areas without drainage system: separate wastewater drainage systems must be constructed.
+ Length of wastewater drainage pipes is approximately 1,790 km and 2,540 km to the year 2020 and 2030 respectively.
- Treatment of wastewater shall reach Type B and Type A to the year 2020 and 2030 respectively.
- Ratio of wastewater treatment is 76.2% and 97.2% to the year 2020 and 2030 respectively.
- Wastewater treatment works:
+ Hue City: Wastewater treatment stations in the north of Huong So Ward and in the south of the new urban area of An Van Duong.
+ Other areas: Completely construct wastewater treatment plants for each urban area;
+ Wastewater treatment plants are constructed in industrial zones;
+ Total capacity of wastewater treatment plants is 142,200 m3/day and 208,200 m3/day to the year 2020 and 2030 respectively.
e) Solid waste and cemeteries:
- Solid waste:
+ Amount of solid waste generated: 0.9 kg/person/day;
+ Ratio of collection of solid waste reaches 90 – 100%;
+ Total amount of solid waste collected is 107,250 ton/year and 144,200 ton/year to the year 2020 and 2030 respectively.
+ Ratio of recycled solid waste is 60% and 90% to the year 2020 and 2030 respectively.
+ Completely construct solid waste treatment plants in the areas of Huong Binh, Tu Ha, Binh Dien, Phu Son and Phu Xuan. Total demand for land for the construction of solid waste treatment areas: 110 ha
+ Solid waste treatment areas of state-of-the-art technologies: Use recycling and environmentally friendly technologies to minimize amount of waste carried to landfills.
+ Cemetery planning norm: 7 m2/person;
+ Orientation of cemetery planning:
. Areas of Hue City: Expand scales, construct new cemeteries in the north and south of Hue City;
. Other urban areas: Carry out planning for one concentrated cemetery;
. Gradually close or move small cemeteries in urban areas to the concentrated cemetery of the area;
+ Demand for cemetery land:
. Cemeteries for burial is 84,8 ha and for exhumation 75.6 ha;
. Cemetery parks and crematoriums are approximately 35 ha;
. To the year 2030: Expand, renovate, relocate and completely construct cemeteries with a scale of 716 ha;
+ Funeral homes: Arranged in Huong Thuy area (south of the city); in Huong Tra area (north of the city) and Binh Dien area;
g) Information communications:
- Construct communication system with state-of-the-art technologies; use new technologies of telecommunications and gradually progress to getting access to information at wider scale.
- Loop transmission systems in combination with provision of cable TV, broad bandwidth Internet...; lines being run underground;
- Manage and optimize infrastructure of mobile information network and increase quality of postal network;
h) Strategic environment assessment:
- Environmental targets: Construct ecological, heritage, cultural and environmentally friendly urban areas;
- Solutions of construction planning aim at minimizing and overcoming adverse effects of environment:
+ Orientation of coping with climate change and control of natural disasters. Formulate plans and implementation measures.
+ Plan appropriate use of land, harmonious arrangement of green space in urban areas, water surface space and preserve ecological areas;
+ Plan sustainable traffic network that helps minimize adverse effects and ruin urban environment;
+ Urban rainwater drainage with gravity flowing being prioritized; make use of existing water surface space to regulate rainwater and minimize environment pollution;
+ Wastewater drainage system shall make a contribution toward minimizing water and soil pollution ensuring comprehensive, sustainable and environmentally friendly development;
+ Plan water supply, improve living quality for communities, synchronize and modernize technical infrastructure;
+ Collect and treat solid waste, plan cemeteries in a sustainable and environmentally friendly way;
- Measures to prevent and alleviate natural disasters and environmental emergencies:
+ Coping with climate change: Develop afforestation programs, increase forest coverage; manage and make appropriate use of surface water, underground water sources; minimize emission and penetration of salinity;
+ Coping with natural disasters: Construct flood warning and communication system; formulate and announce maps of flood zones;
+ Environmental emergencies: Have policies on prevention of pollution, riverside and seaside invasion; intensify rescue capability;
- Environmental monitoring program:
+ Build a set of data on the happenings of environmental quality as the grounds for the formulation of strategy and plan for socio-economic development;
+ Subjects to be monitored are environmental components and factors that become sensitive according to time and space: Carry out monitoring of waste matters and surrounding environment.
+ Monitor environmental impacts
+ Biodiversity monitoring network.
9. Programs and projects prioritized for investment:
a) Socio-economic development programs and projects:
- Successfully implement national and local target programs;
- Carry out investment and upgrading of social infrastructure;
- Focus on the construction of houses, apartment buildings for students, workers and low earners;
- Carry out investment, construction and expansion of industrial and handicraft zones;
b) Carry out investment and construction of technical infrastructural works:
+ Construct North – south expressway, National Route 1A, internal belt roads, north - south, east-west routes and keep completing road system of the urban areas;
+ Upgrade public traffic system; orientate specialized roads for motorbikes and bus rapid transit (BRT);
+ Carry out investment and upgrading of Phu Bai international airport, Thuan An Port, railway station, coach stations (north and south of the city); correct key intersections;
+ Construct and expand urban car parks and tourist boat station;
- Prevention and fighting against natural disasters:
+ Renovate flood drainage system: dredge Perfume River, Cho No River, Nhu Y River, Pho Loi River and An Cuu River...
+ Construct rainwater drainage network, pump stations and detention basins;
+ Construct ecological parks of Perfume River and Tam Giang Lagoon;
- Water supply: Expand water supply works of Quang Te, Tu Ha and Binh Dien;
- Power supply and lighting:
+ Construct high-voltage lines according to national electricity planning; standardize 22KV line and run electricity system underground in central areas;
+ Projects of renovating transformers 220KV, 110KV and 22KV;
- Wastewater treatment and environmental hygiene:
+ Construct new wastewater treatment plants and pump stations in Hue City, Huong Thuy, Phu Vang, Huong Tra and Binh Dien.
+ Construct new wastewater drainage system in the urban areas of city center and in the auxiliary urban areas;
+ Construct solid waste treatment stations in Phu Son, Huong Binh, Tu Ha, Phu Xuan, Binh Dien according to the planning;
- Cemeteries: Construct new concentrated cemeteries north and south of Hue City; construct new cemetery parks, funeral homes and crematoriums;
Article 2. Responsibilities of People’s committee of Thua Thien Hue Province
1. Promulgate regulations on construction management according to Design of adjustments to general planning for Hue City to the year 2030 and a vision to 2050;
2. Cooperate with the Ministry of Construction in organizing public announcement of the Design of adjustments to general planning for Hue City to the year 2030 and a vision to 2050;
3. Organize the formulation and adjustment to technical infrastructure planning, rural construction planning, zoning planning and urban design planning in compliance with the Design of adjustments to general planning for Hue City to the year 2030 and a vision to 2050; formulate and promulgate regulations on management of planning and urban architecture as prescribed;
4. Formulate plans for investment and construction of technical infrastructural works and construction management according to the Design of adjustments to general planning for Hue City to the year 2030 and a vision to 2050;
5. Formulate mechanism and policies on finance, lands for the implementation of technical infrastructural projects of urban framework;
Article 3. This Decision takes effect since the signing date.
The Minister of Construction, president of People’s committee of Thua Thien Hue Province, president of People’s committee of Hue City and heads of relevant agencies shall be responsible for executing this Decision./.
PP THE PRIME MINISTER
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