Land use, management at real estate projects in Hanoi, HCMC to be inspected

Land use and management at some real estate projects in Hanoi and HCM City will be inspected this year under the recent decision of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment.

Land use, management at real estate projects in Hanoi, HCMC to be inspected
An Lac Green Symphony in Hanoi's Hoai Duc District will undergo an inspection this year. — Photo tienphong.vn

The inspection will focus on implementation of legal provisions on land acquisition, allocation, land lease, change of land use purpose; replacement of land transfer rights and the exercise of rights and obligations of land users, Tiền Phong (Vanguard) newspaper reported.

In Hanoi, the General Department of Land Management will look into Vigeba International Investment and Construction Joint Stock Company’s urban area project in Bac Tu Liem District.
An Lac Investment Joint Stock Company will also have its projects inspected, including An Lac Green Symphony in Hoai Duc District.

An inspection will also be conducted at An Khanh New City Development Joint Venture Co Ltd’s project such as Splendora in Hoai Duc District.

The ministry will also examine the registration and granting of land use rights and house ownership certificates and land-attached assets.

 

At the same time, the land use and management at four golf course projects in Soc Son, Chuong My and Dong Anh districts will be on the list of inspection this year.

Inspectors will work with Hoang Phuc Real Estate Management Co Ltd at its the Western Capital apartment building in HCM City’s District 6.

The inspection will also be carried out at apartment building project of Ben Thanh Co Ltd and 21st Century International Co Ltd in District 1 and 2. — VNS

Hanoi to inspect use and management of apartment buildings

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HCM City improves oversight of State-owned housing, land

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