Government decides on general planning for Quy Nhon city in south-central Binh Dinh province.
The Binh Dinh Provincial People’s Committee has announced a government decision on the general planning for Quy Nhon city and surroundings to 2035 and vision to 2050.
Quy Nhon has an area of 67,788 ha under the general planning, including the city (28,553 ha), Tuy Phuoc district (21,713 ha), Canh Vinh commune and Canh Hien commune in Van Canh district (13,673 ha), and Cat Tien commune, Cat Chanh commune, and part of Cat Hai commune in Phu Cat district (3,847 ha).
Quy Nhon city and surroundings will be developed in the form of a multi-center urban area, with the two main locations being the city and the Nhon Hoi Economic Zone.
Quy Nhon city is the political, administrative, economic, cultural, and scientific center of Binh Dinh province and will become one of Vietnam’s main marine economic zones. Nhon Hoi Economic Zone is a driving force for the development of Quy Nhon city and surroundings as well as for the south-central region as a whole. The urban area will have an open structure, linked by a regional transport system.
In the future the existing central area of Quy Nhon will be modernized by centralizing tall buildings. Land for education, health, defense and other agencies on Xuan Dieu Street and An Duong Vuong Street will be converted into land for high quality commercial and tourism projects. The coastal area, Nguyen Tat Thanh Street, will be similarly modified.
A new development area will be formed in Tran Quang Dieu ward, Bui Thi Xuan ward, Nhon Binh ward and Nhon Phu ward, with an urban area to be built to meet local people’s living demands as well as the living demands of workers at the Phu Tai Industrial Zone, the Long My Industrial Zone, and surrounding areas.