Close-up of a series of old villas on Nguyen Gia Thieu Street, Hanoi, which are intended to be sold
Video: Close-up of a series of old villas on Nguyen Gia Thieu Street.
Hanoi temporarily stops selling 600 old villas
The latest information at the press conference on information about the management and use of villas built before 1954 in Hanoi city took place on the afternoon of April 19, Mr. Truong Viet Dung – chief of the office The Hanoi People’s Committee said that Hanoi will suspend the sale of these villas for an overall review to have a detailed report to the competent authorities.
Previously, the Hanoi People’s Committee signed a decision on solutions to promote the management and use of public villas built before 1954 in the capital. Accordingly, Hanoi will continue to sell 600 old villas on the list of sold, state-owned, unfinished… These villas are mainly located in the inner city districts.
According to the Hanoi People’s Committee, the sale of old villas is to create capital to carry out the renovation, embellishment and reconstruction of the historic inner city for old houses, old villas, architectural works. other.
Hanoi currently has 1,216 villas, including 367 state-owned villas, 732 mixed-owned villas between the State and households or between households; 117 privately owned villas.
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