Tan Mai paper applies to transfer 118 hectares of afforestation land as a residential area in Lam Dong

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Tan Mai paper proposes to adjust the planning of 118 hectares of production forest land in Lam Ha – Lam Dong district to residential land to set up investment projects in residential and commercial services.

The Department of Natural Resources and Environment (Department of Natural Resources and Environment) of Lam Dong province has just issued a written report to the People’s Committee of this province on the proposal of Tan Mai Delegation JSC (Tan Mai Paper) to adjust the land use planning and construction planning in Lam Ha district.

According to the Department of Natural Resources and Environment, in 2014, Tan Mai Paper was leased by the Provincial People’s Committee to plant paper materials in Dinh Van town, Lam Ha district.

However, through the review, the leased land area in the above decision has not been granted an investment certificate or investment policy decision.

Area of pine forest in Lam Ha district. (Photo: Lam Dong newspaper).

In 2017, Tan Mai Paper was authorized by the Provincial People’s Committee by the Department of Natural Resources and Environment to issue a Certificate of land use rights, ownership of houses and other land-attached assets on an area of ​​more than 118 hectares of production forest land in the sub-zone. 272, 273A in Dinh Van town.

Land lease form with annual payment until April 2064. Tan Mai paper is also granted forest ownership rights (three-leaf pine plantations) on this leased land.

On August 23, 2021, Tan Mai Paper issued a written request to adjust the land use planning, construction planning at the location of the land area that has been converted to residential land by the superior to establish an investment project for residential areas and residential areas. Trade in Services.

However, the Department of TN-MT Lam Dong said that according to the map adjusting the land use planning of Lam Ha district to 2020 approved by the People’s Committee of Lam Dong province in 2019, the area of the land for adjustment is under the planning of production forest land.

Regarding the general planning of Dinh Van town, according to the approved map of the adjustment of the general planning of Dinh Van town, Lam Ha district approved by the Provincial People’s Committee in 2021, the area of ​​land applied for adjustment belongs to the forestry land planning.

In addition, according to the planning of three types of forests, the area of the land area to be adjusted is also under the planning of forestry land.

Therefore, the Department of Natural Resources and Environment believes that the adjustment of land use planning to 2020 in Lam Dong province in general and Lam Ha district in particular has expired, so the proposal to adjust the land use planning of Tan Mai Paper is no basis for review.

“The planning of land use in the period of 2021-2030, currently the Provincial People’s Committee is assigning The People’s Committee of Lam Ha district to make and submit for appraisal as prescribed, requesting Tan Mai Group JSC to actively contact Lam Ha District People’s Committee to be considered when making the planning” said the document of The Department of TN-MT of Lam Dong province.

Source: vietnambiz.vn – Translated by fintel.vn