Green and environmentally-friendly construction materials are now an inevitable trend in Vietnam’s construction material market given the building boom sweeping the country and the need to ensure its sustainability.
Developers are moving towards sustainable development by promoting green apartment buildings but there are issues to surmount.
Primarily located on the route directly linking Hanoi city center and Noi Bai International Airport, the Smart City project is a stepping stone towards Vietnam’s socio-economic development ambitions.
Tourism in Quang Ninh has changed significantly and is entering a period of sustainable development thanks to the presence of strategic investors, according to Director of provincial Department of Tourism Pham Ngoc Thuy.
Airports with modern infrastructure that can serve as international hubs had the potential to become major drivers for national socio-economic development, said experts.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has signed Directive 25/CT-TG on measures to promote sustainable growth and development of the northern key economic zone.
Developing greener urban areas is one of the key pillars in Vietnam’s journey to sustainable development. Adam Ward, country representative for Vietnam at the Global Green Growth Institute, delved into the issue.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has instructed competent agencies to promptly create regional coordination institutions and a sustainable development mechanism in the Mekong Delta.
The Prime Minister has asked the Ministry of Construction (MoC) and relevant ministries to complete the legal system regarding the local property market to ensure sustainable development, according to the Prime Minister’s direction issued on April 23.
Vietnam can definitely expect more high profile investments; there is plenty of needs and sufficient underlying fundamentals to ensure that.
More than 250 architects, developers and professionals attended a seminar in HCMC on April 12 to discuss the issue of balancing heritage preservation and modern development.
Germany’s Siemens AG will help Vietnam build smart infrastructure for sustainable development under a framework agreement on industry and energy cooperation signed between the two sides in Berlin on April 9.
The Southern Key Economic Zone needs special policies to attract foreign direct investment (FDI) and improve linkages between localities to ensure sustainable development, experts have said.