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Eco-tourism village forced to dismantle construction works

Update: May, 13/2016 - 15:04
Visitors enjoy an outdoor water puppet performance at the Nắng Sông Hồng Cultural and Tourism Village in Hà Nội’s Bồ Đề Ward. – Photo
Viet Nam News

HÀ NỘI – Nắng Sông Hồng Eco JSC was asked to stop its business operations on the Hồng (Red) River bed in Bồ Đề Ward and dismantle its construction works before June 30.

The People’s Committee of Hà Nội’s Long Biên District yesterday assigned the Bồ Đề Ward’s People’s Committee to ensure that the river bed which had been encroached upon by the company was cleared. The results of the incident would be reported to the committee before July 30, it said.

The request was made following the violations of the Nắng Sông Hồng Cultural and Tourism Village. The project, which was built in the model of eco-tourism site with aquaculture, fruit trees and ornamental plants, was located in the area of nearly 5.3 hectares on the right side of the Hồng River in July, 2013.

During the construction process, the project owner had renovated and rebuilt a number of projects which were in violation of the approved design plan.

Nguyễn Văn Luyện, deputy chairman of the committee said that most of construction  with regard to the project were in line with the approved plan. However, the structure was changed, which did not use bamboo or leaves as committed, but brick, concrete, glass and aluminium or steel frames.

A representative of the project said that the company had stopped operations since May 10, and would have to explain to the authorised agencies about the incident. – VNS


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