Do not build intercropping or deform French architecture
The Ministry of Construction has just sent an official dispatch to the Hanoi Department of Construction to comment on the feasibility study report of the project to renovate and repair the headquarters of the Ministry of Justice at 60 Tran Phu, Ba Dinh district, Hanoi. .
According to the Ministry of Construction, the headquarters of the Ministry of Justice at 60 Tran Phu belongs to the land area marked H6 (area of 3.82 hectares, limited by Le Hong Phong, Hung Vuong, Tran Phu, Chu Van An streets) in Quy Nhon. Detailed plan of Ba Dinh political center area, Hanoi city, scale 1/2000 approved and adjusted by the Prime Minister in Decision No. 2411/QD-TTg dated December 10, 2013.
The project to renovate and repair the headquarters has been approved by the Minister of Justice with investment policies in Decision No. 934/QD-BTP dated June 3, 2021.
Regarding the conformity of the scale and content of the investment project with the detailed planning of the Ba Dinh political center area, the Ministry of Construction said that the feasibility study report of the proposed project to renovate and repair the headquarters does not the impact of changing the use function, the general planning criteria of the whole H6 area are determined in the detailed planning of the Ba Dinh political center area (construction density, number of floors, maximum height).
However, according to the Ministry of Construction, it should be noted that at Point a, Clause 2, Section III, Article 1 of the Prime Minister’s Decision No. 2411/QD-TTg dated December 10, 2013 approving the adjustment of the detailed master plan of the main central area. Ba Dinh administration has the orientation to change the subject of management and use real estate establishment (The Ministry of Justice will move to a new location) to form the Common Service Area of Ba Dinh Political Center at Lot H6.
According to the Ministry of Construction, currently the planning for the system of headquarters of central ministries in Hanoi (including the Ministry of Justice) is being completed according to the planning task approved by the Prime Minister, serving as a basis for investment implementation. construction investment, comply with the approved planning. Therefore, the implementation of the project to renovate and repair the headquarters of the Ministry of Justice at 60 Tran Phu to meet the current needs of use must ensure the requirements of resource saving, investment efficiency, and suitability. current regulations.
Regarding the competition for the selection of architectural design plans and the preservation and promotion of the value of urban architectural heritage, according to the provisions of Clause 3, Article 17 of the Law on Architecture 2019, the organization of the competition for the selection of architectural plans is proposed. in the investment policy or pre-feasibility study report (The investment policy has been approved for the renovation and repair project of the Ministry of Justice’s office).
According to the Ministry of Construction, works must be contested for selection of architectural plans specified in Clause 2, Article 17 of the 2019 Architecture Law. The law on architecture does not stipulate the organization of contests for selection of architectural plans for projects. renovation and repair projects.
On December 4, 2013, the Hanoi People’s Council issued Resolution No. 24/2013/NQ-HDND on the list of old town, ancient villages, typical traditional craft villages, old villas and other architectural works built before 1954 and the intangible cultural heritage in the capital area, it is necessary to focus resources to preserve and promote cultural values, in which the work of the Ministry of Justice at location 56-60 Tran Phu, District Ba The communal house belongs to the list of other architectural works built before 1954.
“The renovation and repair of the headquarters of the Ministry of Justice must comply with the law on the capital, the preservation of cultural and architectural heritage (valuable architectural works) and relevant current laws. , ensure the stability of the spatial structure, no construction intercropping works and distort the original French architecture”, emphasized the Ministry of Construction.
Demolishing the old French building 61 Tran Phu to build a high-rise building
Also in Tran Phu area, recently, public opinion stirred with the demolition of the old French building at 61 Tran Phu to build high-rise buildings. The area of more than 9,000m2 is the headquarters and production plant of Post and Telecommunications Equipment Joint Stock Company (POSTEF), which is an old factory built during the French colonial period. This building is planned with 4 rows of 2-storey houses with red tile roofs running along 4 facades, surrounding the factory building with a very unique reinforced concrete truss roof structure in the middle.
To replace the old French building with 4 facades after demolition, the Hanoi People’s Committee has approved the construction of a complex of trade, service, and high-class hotel; make the most of underground space for commerce and services.
Construction density is about 50%; 11 floating floors + technical ladders and 6 basements; total floor area is about 32,306m2, total basement floor area is about 43,023m2; height 42.9m.
Recently, the Hanoi People’s Committee has just sent a report to the Ministry of Construction on the review of the total ground and architectural plan of the multi-functional project Postef, No. 61 Tran Phu.
The Hanoi People’s Committee said that, receiving opinions from the public, experts…, on May 9, the investor had a written proposal to re-study the total ground and Architecture projects the project in the direction of reducing the number of basements, preserving the bas-relief and organizing a competition for architectural plans.
In order to have a basis for a comprehensive and careful review of the project’s impact, the Party Committee of the City People’s Committee has reported to the Standing Committee of the City Party Committee to consider and direct the implementation of a number of contents before allowing investors to continue implementing the project. project opening.
Specifically, in terms of planning and architecture plans, the Department of Planning and Engineering was assigned to assume the prime responsibility for, and coordinate with the Vietnam Association of Architects, and relevant units to organize a council of experts and scientists. .. research, evaluate planning and architectural plans, work with investors to agree on measures, organize contests to select architectural plans that contribute to the space and landscape of the area in the direction reduce the number of basements, standardize the functions and functions of the building.
The planning and architectural plans will then be fully and widely announced to the public, ensuring publicity, transparency and consensus.
Regarding the relief, assign the Department of Planning and Economics to consider and evaluate the project’s planning and architecture plan, coordinate with the Department of Culture and Sports, the People’s Committee of Ba Dinh District, the investor to study the conservation plan, keep the status quo in terms of scale, art, and content.
The project to build working offices of 12 central ministries and branches is located along the Ring Road 2 connecting the central area directly to the international airport, with an area of about 35 hectares, adjacent to West Lake to the east. West, Red River to the North.
According to the plan, 12 ministries and branches will move their headquarters to the new administrative center in Tay Ho Tay. These are the ministries of Planning and Investment, Industry and Trade, Justice, Construction, Transport, Labor – Invalids and Social Affairs, Health, Agriculture and Rural Development, Culture – Sports and Tourism, Information and Communication, Education and Training, Vietnam Fatherland Front Committee.
Total number of cadres, civil servants and public employees working at Tay Ho Tay new administrative center It is expected that about 14,000 people, an average of 1,000-1,500 people/agency, buildings in the new national administrative center will have an average height of 15-20 floors and have 3-4 more underground floors for parking.
In October 2021, the Ministry of Construction held a ceremony to announce the results and award the competition for the selection of master planning and architecture ideas for the headquarters of central ministries and branches in Tay Ho Tay area.
The Ministry of Construction selected 5 master planning and architecture ideas to build a new National Administrative Center in Tay Ho Tay area (Hanoi) to submit to the Government for decision.
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