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Liwan District to Build Bai'etan Economic Zone

Updated Beijing Time

Source: english.gz.gov.cn

At the recent District Development Work Conference, Chen Yuliang, Vice Magistrate of Liwan District, revealed that provincial, municipal and district authorities will invest a total of RMB 3.688 billion in the development of Liwan, a historical downtown district of Guangzhou, this year.

He also announced that the district government will accelerate the renovation of the express lanes of Fancun Avenue, expand Dongsha Avenue, facilitate the progress of the construction of Metro Lines 5 and 6, the Zhoutouzui Tunnel and the Liuhuahu Tunnel under Kangwan Road, and perform demolition work for 13 sewage inception projects at Shatanyong and other locations.

With regard to urban renewal, the district will start with the renovation of dilapidated buildings and vigorously push forward renewal programs. Worn-out buildings on eight land plots will be renovated and owners of dilapidated private houses will be urged to perform renovation. The district has set its sights on renovating 711 isolated dilapidated buildings with a total floor area of 79,000 square meters before the end of this year.

Zhou Yawei, head of the Liwan District Government, said that Guangzhou's master urban planning is no longer adequate for the district's growth, and that the areas west of the Huadi River are still classified as a basic farmland preservation zone and urban greening belt. He stressed that near-term planning should devote sufficient attention to Liwan District's socio-economic development projects, and that efficient zoning should be provided for the "Bai'etan economic zone", the land plot reserved for the bar street, the "seashore creative industry belt" on Datansha Island which is centered around Xinyi International Club, and the plot for the South Railway Station.



Editor: Ronald Li

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