Govt to Inform Parliament of Start of Yangon New Town Plan

Yangon is creating a southwest development plan for Dala, Seikkyi Kanaungto and Hlaingthaya townships, while the Construction Ministry has agreed to negotiate a starting date with the Yangon regional government and inform parliament of the outcome, deputy minister Kyaw Tin told parliament on November 1.

The Department of Human Settlement and Housing Development drew up a town plan for Dala Township and began granting land plots using Form La/Na (39) starting in 1990-1991.

Nine wards were zoned for residential development and management of the land was transferred Yangon City Development Committee in 1996, 1999 and 2003, he said.

Although the department cannot develop a new town plan in 11/14 ward, West Arnt Kyi ward and No. 6 ward, the ministry will draw up a master plan based on the future urban development plan implemented by Yangon City Development Committee as approved by the Yangon region government, Kyaw Tin said.

MP Dr Sein Mya Aye asked him the starting date for a new town plan.

“We drew up a new town plan for over 40,000 acres (16,187 hectares) of land in Dala, Seikkyi Kanaungto and Hlaingthaya townships, including Aye Ywar located across Kyimyindine townships. We will make public the starting date of the project after concluding negotiations with the Yangon region government,” Kyaw Tin replied.

 

Source: Eleven Myanmar

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