Viet Nam News
ĐÀ NẴNG — Two access points to public beaches will be constructed on Hồ Xuân Hương Street and Ariyana Beach Resort.
This was announced at a conference hosted by Đà Nẵng City People’s Council on Tuesday.
Speaking at the event, Huỳnh Đức Thơ, the city’s head, said authorities had prepared several plans to construct access points to public beaches in Ngũ Hành Sơn District, which were expected to be completed in September this year.
In future, two access points on Hồ Xuân Hương Street and at Ariyana Beach Resort will also be opened. While the project at Ariyana Beach Resort is expected to be approved by July and launched in September, the deadline for the access point on Hồ Xuân Hương Street has not yet been decided. This has confused even the city’s leaders.
“Can you elaborate for the people the design, construction progress and completion time of these projects? I know it is impossible to give a proper answer at the moment. However, can leaders of the Department of Construction commit to propose solutions during the mid-year meeting of the city People’s Council?” Nguyễn Nho Trung, deputy head of the city People’s Council, asked Vũ Quang Hùng, director of the city Department of Construction.
Replying to Trung, Hùng said the department had set up a plan to construct the beach access point on Hồ Xuân Hương Street, allowing local residents to go to the sea.
“We will publish the project plan, implementation progress and capital once it is approved by the city authorities. Regarding other beach accesses, we have prepared several plans and will propose them to the city’s leaders at the next conference,” said Hùng.
Thơ said beach access points were only the tip of the iceberg. Conversely, they were seeking solutions to effectively develop urban areas and improve beachside economy and services, e-newspaper infonet reported.
Sharing the opinion, Trung called for collaboration of enterpirses in community projects.
“We hope companies support the city in expanding APEC Park and providing open access to public beaches as well share the community’s common interests to improve the city’s environment and companies’ activities,” he said. — VNS