DANANG – The central province of Thua Thien-Hue will prepare a planning scheme for its entire natural area of around 4,947km2 to realize objectives until 2025, when this province becomes a centrally-governed municipality.
This formed the main portion of Decision No. 1261/QD-TTg dated October 19, 2022, issued by Deputy Prime Minister Le Van Thanh, approving the mission on general planning of Thua Thien-Hue until 2045, with a vision to 2065.
The planning area is the entire administrative boundary of Thua Thien-Hue Province, with six districts, two towns and one city.
As planned, Thua Thien-Hue Province aims to become one of the cultural, tourism and specialized healthcare centers in the Asian region by 2030.
The province also plans to become a national hub in science and technology, multi-disciplinary education and training and national defense security.
By 2045, Thua Thien-Hue is envisioned to become Asia’s festival city, conserving and promoting the heritage values of the ancient capital and Hue’s cultural identity.
To achieve its goals, the province has major tasks lined up. These include assessing the regional planning of the province and comprehensive planning of the city to determine the outstanding issues that need to be resolved.
To research the development model and spatial structure for specific functions of Thua Thien-Hue as a center of cultural, tourism and specialized healthcare and a national hub in science and technology, multi-disciplinary education and training and national defense security.
To develop measures on urban space development management and population density in the Citadel area and the outlying areas of historical sites, along the Huong River bands, coastal and lagoon region, national park and natural conservatives.
To boost the traffic connection between the province’s center with outlying areas and facilitate the traffic connection with surrounding cities and provinces such as Danang, Quang Tri and other countries in the Asian region.
To classify the province’s geographical areas subject to their features in terms of culture, geography and weather conditions.