Quang Nam is planning to develop its Eastern region to be the best place to live. The landscape and environment are the key factors for its growth.
East Quang Nam planning
Quang Nam’s ambition is building its Eastern region to be the most developed region in Central Vietnam. The region covers an area of 2741km2, including several communes of 9 districts (Đien Ban, Hoi An, Đai Loc, Duy Xuyen, Que Son, Thang Binh, Phu Ninh, Tam Ky, Nui Thanh).
According to Quang Nam planning, its Eastern region will be developed to be an important area in the Central key economic region with the synchronous development of infrastructure, commerce, tourism, services, science and technology. It will also be the provincial growth dynamic, fostering the development of other regions.
In particular, the provincial coastal region will become a chain of urban areas, a centre for services and tourism, clean industry, hi-tech agriculture, preservation and promotion of cultural and historical values, ecosystem recovery responding to climate change.
Chairman Le Tri Thanh (middle) and the planning map of East Quang Nam. The planning is estimated to cost over VND 6.63 billion.
Sustainable economic growth
The Quang Nam provincial planning of Eastern region should be done based on relevant factors such as climate change, synchronous transport infrastructure including roads, railways, ports and airports.
It is also necessary to determine prior duties, preserve the landscape and environment so that this region will become the best place to live.
According to Chairman of the Quang Nam provincial People Committee Le Tri Thanh, Quang Nam focuses on sustainable development with two important dynamic sub-regions, including Hoi An, Dien Ban, Duy Xuyen connected with each other by Thu Bon and Co Co rivers and Tam Ky, Nui Thanh, Phu Ninh developed to be class-1 urban.
The problems of environment should be considered carefully during the planning process. At the same time, the planning should pay more attention to the infrastructure, cultural social institutions, and public spaces so that it can meet the speed of urbanization in the future.