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Public Opinion Sought for Thirteen Redevelopment Projects

Public opinion sought for thirteen redevelopment projectsThe city is seeking public opinion on 13 land redevelopment projects scheduled by the city development and reform commission. The projects are a part of the city’s urban renewal plan for 2011.

The city will be redeveloping land in certain areas that have high density urban land use. Eight of the proposed projects are located in the Longgang and Bao’an districts and the Guangming New Zone. The eight projects will mostly involve residential development.

Three areas in the Luohu and Nanshan district will be redeveloped into an industrial area, the three areas are the jewelry industrial center in Cuizhu Road, the Nanshan industrial zone and the industrial zone in Liantang.

The redevelopment of the jewelry center involves 17,000 square meters of the land with no less than fifteen percent that will be developed in the interest of the public. Total land area is around 27,700 square meters for all three industrial zones, with reconstruction including no less than 7,000  square meters to be redeveloped for public use.

The Nanshan industrial zone, which was home to three old industrial parks will be redeveloped, with 15 percent of the land to be set aside again for public projects. The largest land redevelopment will be the Longteng industrial zone in Longgang since it has the largest land area.



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