Hanoi approves plan for 203ha hi-biotech park

Created 16 May 2018
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Ha Noi hi-biotechnology park has a land area of ​​more than 203ha, including areas for the resettlement of about 1,000 people. — Photo vietnambiz.vn

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 Ha Noi City’s People’s Committee has approved the adjustments of detailed planning for Ha Noi’s hi-biotechnology park in Tay Tuu, Lien Mac, Minh Khai and Thuy Phuong wards, Bac Tu Liem District.

According to the approval, the hi-biotech park has a land area of ​​more than 203ha, including areas for the resettlement of about 1,000 people.

The research area, located in the green belt of the Nhue River, will provide an open space, an ecological park that combines the functions of scientific research and the essential utility of the research environment.

The Ha Noi hi-biotechnology park is being funded by Ireland’s Pacific Land Limited with a total investment capital of US$250 million for technical infrastructure and a number of service buildings, high-rise apartments and dormitories; and $800 million for specialised equipment, such as laboratory investments, research centres and universities.

The park is to be developed into a high-tech, modern economic and scientific zone, serving research, education, development, application of experimental production and hi-tech transfers. —

 

Source: VNS - Bridge

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