Construction Activities

Housing development is of paramount importance to Ho Chi Minh City as the city’s population is expected to see an increase of one million people every five years in the 2021-35 period, according to Vo Van Hoan, vice chairman of the city People’s Committee.


The central province of Thua Thien-Hue aims to raise the number of new-style rural areas from 44 at present to 54-58 by the end of this year.


The Southeast region and the Mekong Delta have mobilised over 932 trillion VND (40 billion USD) to build new-style rural areas in 2010-2019.


Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue has signed decisions recognising two districts of Quoc Oai and Gia Lam in the capital city of Hanoi as new-style rural areas.


New products and advanced technologies in real estate, construction, building materials and exterior-interior décor are being showcased at nearly 1,600 pavilions during the second edition of the Vietbuild Hanoi International Exhibition in 2019, which opened in the capital city on September 4.


Tenants in need of renting a house, a flat or a room in HCMC now have more options from diverse types of houses and rents in different market segments.


Ho Chi Minh City plans to spend hundreds of billions of VND on building more than 100 reservoirs to store rainwater and control flooding by 2020 under a flood-control programme.


The northern city of Hung Yen in Hung Yen province held a ceremony on August 30 to celebrate its 10th founding anniversary (2009-2019) and receive a certificate for having fulfilled the new-style rural building mission.


A forum on smart energy and optimization of power structure in Vietnam with flexible solutions was held by the Finnish Embassy in Vietnam and Wartsila Group in Hanoi on August 29. 


The central city of Da Nang has won an Asia-Oceanian Computing Industry Organisation (Asocio) Smart City Award for its outstanding initiatives of a smart city during the Asocio Smart City Summit in Bangkok, Thailand.

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