Cheaper constructions urged to go green
(Apr 30, 2016)
Developers of low- and middle-income housing projects should pay
attention to green designs, intelligent technologies and energy saving
solutions, Do Duc Duy, deputy minister of construction has said.
Viet Nam's real estate market needs the Government to issue long-term policies to ensure sustainable growth in the future.
HCM City authorities have given approval to five new housing projects worth a total of VND4.6 trillion (US$206 million).
The Property Report Congress Viet Nam 2016 will be
held in HCM City on June 10.
The central city will start construction of two green urban projects –
Dragon City and Bau Tram Lakeside – in Lien Chieu and Hoa Vang districts
in the second quarter this year.
Syrena Viet Nam Development Investment Jsc., a member of the
multi-sector BIM Group signed a co-operation agreement with Welham® Việt
Nam limited company on April 22.
Syrena Viet Nam Development Investment Jsc., will organise a two-day event this weekend prior to the official opening of the Little Vietnam shop-houses in Halong Marina Urban Area.
The real estate market in Viet Nam will see a growing number of property
developments which offer quality living environments and amenities as
developers are moving to meet the market demand amidst an improved
The breakthrough in infrastructure development in Quang Ninh Province,
coupled with its immense tourism potential, has attracted a number of
giant developers to Ha Long City.
Two Japanese companies, Hankyu Realty and Nishi Nippon Railroad, are set
to buy stakes of 25 per cent each in an subsidiary of property giant
Nam Long Investment Company.
Experts have said it is time for Viet Nam to develop a master plan for its industrial zones (IZs).