Decision No. 1741/QD-BGTVT dated August 03, 2011 of the Ministry of Transport approving the detailed master plan on the seaport group in North Vietnam (Group 1) through 2020, with orientations toward
Pursuant to the November 26, 2003 Construction Law; Pursuant to the June 14, 2005 Maritime Code of Vietnam;
Pursuant to the Government’s Decree No. 51/2008/ND-CP of April 22, 2008, defining the functions, tasks, powers and organizational structure of the Ministry of Transport;
Pursuant to the Government’s Decree No. 92/2006/ND-CP of September 7, 2006, on elaboration, appraisal, approval and management of socioeconomic development master plans, and Decree No. 04/2008/ND-CP of January 11, 2008, amending and supplementing a number of articles of Decree No. 92/2006/ND-CP;
Pursuant to the Prime Minister’s Decision No. 2190/QD-TTg of December 24, 2009, approving the master plan on development of Vietnam’s seaport system through 2020, with orientations toward 2030;
Pursuant to Report No. 1694/TTr-CHHVN-KHDT of July 29, 2011, of the Vietnam Maritime Administration, and the minutes of the meeting of the Appraisal Council in June 2011, on the detailed master plan on the seaport group in North Vietnam (Group 1) through 2020, with orientations toward 2030;
At the proposal of the standing body of the Appraisal Council and the director of the Planning and Investment Department, DECIDES:
Article 1. To approve the detailed master plan on the seaport group in North Vietnam (Group 1) through 2020, with orientations toward 2030, with the following principal contents:
1. Scope of the master plan Group 1 consists of seaports in coastal provinces and a city in the northern region, including Quang Ninh, Thai Binh, Nam Dinh and Ninh Binh provinces and Hai Phong city. These seaports’ zone of attraction embraces all the Northern provinces plus a certain volume of cargo transiting China.
2. Development viewpoints and objectives a/ Development viewpoints: - To develop seaports to meet the cargo shipping need of the northern region, especially the dynamic economic triangle of Hanoi - Haiphong - Quang Ninh. The functions, role and size of each seaport must be rational and in line with the Prime Minister-approved master plan on development of Vietnam’s seaport system through 2020, with orientations toward 2030. - To develop seaports rationally on the basis of fully utilizing natural advantages of the region; to gradually renew and upgrade facilities for exploiting seaports and navigable channels to suit the maintenance and regular repair need and capability; to develop the international gateway seaport of Haiphong seaward to be able to accommodate large-tonnage ships, mitigate difficulties in navigable channels, and create a motive force for the socio-economic development in the whole northern region. - To develop seaports with complete infrastructure facilities including piers, water zones, navigable channels, maritime safety system, technical networks and behind-port infrastructure facilities. To pay special attention to linking seaports and the national transport system (roads, railways, internal waterways, etc.) and logistics service centers in the region; to develop seaports in synchrony and harmony with local and regional socioeconomic development master plans; to incorporate and satisfy requirements of related sectors’ master plans.
- To concentrate resources on developing the international gateway seaport of Haiphong. To develop other seaports on the basis of rationally exploiting to the utmost existing infrastructure and making in-depth investments in order to raise their operating capacity. To develop newly built seaports, especially container wharves, on the basis of investing in modern loading/unloading technologies and applying sciences and high technologies to their management and operation.
- To closely combine seaport development with environmental protection, assuring sustainable development as well as security and national defense. To gradually reduce and eventually stop transshipment activities within Ha Long Bay and the vicinity.
b/ Development objectives and orientations
- General objectives: To develop seaports in the North Vietnam (Group 1) in a synchronous and effective manner; to concentrate resources on developing the international gateway seaport of Haiphong; to develop the national and regional major general seaports (Hai Phong and Hon Gai) in a sustainable, intensive and effective manner in order to reduce cargo congestion and generate a momentum for development of seaport urban centers and coastal industrial parks and economic zones, contributing to vigorously promoting economic development of the whole region. - Specific targets:......
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