HCMC – Military Region 7 has accepted plans and mutual commitments on administrative procedures, financial support and the handover of all sites to the local authority before June 30 this year.
According to the Vietnam News Agency, the Command Headquarters of Military Region 7 and Tan Binh District People’s Committee held a conference in HCMC on March 30 to hand over military land for the locality to implement the construction of the road connecting Tran Quoc Hoan Street with Cong Hoa Street which will link to Terminal T3 of the Tan Son Nhat International Airport.
Accordingly, Tay Nam Company and Textile and Garment 7 Company, under the management of Military Region 7, have handed over 5,100 square meters of land in Ward 13, Tan Binh District, under the land revocation decision of the Tan Binh District People’s Committee. The delivered land includes 2,830 square meters of Textile and Garment 7 Company and 2,335 square meters of Tay Nam Company.
Pursuant to the handover minutes, the companies will take responsibility for providing documents in full and in compliance with the law, comprising dossiers supporting the removal of assets attached to the land; financial aid for dismantling, installation, relocation of machinery and equipment and other subordinate systems; and fees for technical experts, employee aid and operational costs.
The Tan Binh District team in charge of supporting and receiving site clearance compensation, will assess documents to be submitted to the competent authorities for approval and compensate the companies in compliance with the timelines as mutually agreed.
Till now, Textile and Garment 7 Company has actively cleared sites and planned to remove machinery and equipment in preparation for site delivery to the locality.