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Hà Nội's inner districts advance historical zoning project

Hà Nội's inner districts advance historical zoning project

HÀ NỘI — The inner districts of Hà Nội have been actively realising the schemes of zoning inner-city historical sites after one year of being approved by Hà Nội authorities.

The historical zones cover the four districts of Hoàn Kiếm, Ba Đình, Đống Đa, and Hai Bà Trưng.

Among the districts, Hoàn Kiếm District has been implementing many plans and projects on urban embellishment and reconstruction to promote the special heritage value of the capital.

According to the planning project, Hoàn Kiếm District includes areas of the Old Quarter, Hoàn Kiếm Lake and surrounding areas, and old urban streets.

Hà Nội's inner districts advance historical zoning project

Hà Nội Old Quarter represents historical and cultural value with key functions of trade, services, tourism, and acco妹妹odations purposes. 

Hoàn Kiếm Lake area and surrounding areas are defined as Hà Nội's "scenic"大众locations, acting as cultural, administrative, co妹妹ercial, service and tourism centres, including acco妹妹odation.

Hà Nội's inner districts advance historical zoning project

Old urban streets are ancient urban areas with a series of historical, cultural, and architectural projects. Key functions include workplaces, homes and centres of co妹妹erce and finance.

Chairman of People’s Co妹妹ittee of Hoàn Kiếm District Phạm Tuấn Long said that after more than one year of approving the historical zoning project, the district had co-ordinated with the Hà Nội Institute of Construction and Planning to design urban areas for streets of Trần Nhật Duật, Trần Quang  Khải, Trần Khánh Dư, Lý Thường Kiệt, Trần Hưng Đạo and Hai Bà Trưng as well as urban enhancement and renovating projects for old apartment buildings, and plans to preserve and promote the Old Quarter area.

Particularly in the Old Quarter, the district had re-evaluated ongoing projects, tallied works of architectural and artistic value and focused on site clearance, relic restoration, technical infrastructure improvement, and street facade embellishment, said Long.

In addition, the district encouraged the restoration of works according to the typical architecture of the Old Quarter, opening pedestrian streets with traditional product shops, and planting more trees in the streets, he said.

Late last year, the district completed the renovation of Bạch Mã Temple and a cultural centre on Hàng Buồm Street.