According to the Hanoi People’s Committee, 600 old villas on the list of sold, state-owned, unfinished… These villas are mainly located in the inner city districts.
The Hanoi People’s Committee has just issued a decision on solutions to promote the management and use of public villas built before 1954 in the city for the period 2021-2025. Accordingly, Hanoi will continue to sell 600 old villas on the list of sold, state-owned, unfinished…
This agency explained that the sale of villas is to create capital to carry out the renovation, embellishment and reconstruction of the historic inner city for ancient houses, old villas and other architectural works.
Currently, the city has 1,216 villas, including 367 state-owned villas, 732 mixed-owned villas between the state and households or between households, and 117 privately owned villas. core.
In 367 state-owned villas, including those of the Party Central Office, the Department of Diplomatic Service (Ministry of Foreign Affairs), other central and city agencies, and management companies management house, there are 177 villas in group 1; 131 group 2 villas; 59 villas group 3.
The old villas were mainly built before 1954 mainly located in the districts: Ba Dinh, Hoan Kiem, Hai Ba Trung, Dong Da and Tay Ho.
In Hanoi, the management, exploitation, rental and sale of state-owned villas are not really effective. Photo: Thang Quang.
Regarding difficulties in management, the City People’s Committee said that the quality of many villas has deteriorated, and there is not enough funding for maintenance, renovation and repair. Most of the villas were built over 100 years; Many villas are not maintained and repaired regularly, so they are degraded and damaged, causing unsafety.
The City People’s Committee also assessed that the management, exploitation, rental and sale of state-owned villas were not really effective.
Regarding solutions, the Hanoi People’s Committee said that it is necessary to issue mechanisms, policies, amend and supplement regulations to strengthen the management of public villas in the area.
For example, the city is allowed to bid and lease old state-owned villas for tourism business, cultural, art and culinary services. At the same time, it is possible to auction old villas, except for works of special value or works with high rental efficiency, associated with a commitment to preserving, embellishing and maintaining the work.
Continue to sell 600 old villas on the list of for sale, state-owned, unfinished sale, currently managed and leased by Hanoi Housing Development and Management One Member Company Limited according to regulations. .
In addition, Hanoi will review the list of 207 state-owned old villas on the list of villas that cannot be sold to build a plan for auction or auction for 10-15 years rental at market prices. , one-time payment for 34 exclusive villas.
The city will also study to adjust the list of villas that are not for sale in the Villa Management Scheme (reviewing 105 old state-owned villas managed by the city, which are interspersed with offices and offices) houses of households) to develop plans to move agencies and organizations.
After that, organize auction or auction for 10-15 years lease at market price, pay once; will issue a mechanism to support organizations and individuals participating in the renovation, embellishment and reconstruction of old houses, old villas, and other valuable architectural works in the historic inner city.
According to zingnews.vn
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