Five public reserved lands totaling 11.51 hectares, including the north side of Gongshang Road, Wugu District, New Taipei City, will be deconstructed through urban rezoning and other methods.
(The picture is provided by the Urban and Rural Development Bureau)
[Reporter Lai Xiaotong/New Taipei Report] In the early days of New Taipei City, many lands for public facilities were planned. Due to financial factors, the government was unable to expropriate and develop them, which affected the rights and interests of the people. For the 5 reserved lands for public facilities with a total of 11.51 hectares including the north side of Gongshang Road in Wugu District, the rezoning of land across districts and cities and the designation of redevelopment areas were deconstructed, and the land was returned to the people.
Huang Guofeng, director of the Urban and Rural Development Bureau, pointed out that in order to speed up the development of public protection land and improve the efficiency of land use, the city government actively reviewed the public land that has no need for use. Among them, five public construction projects were inspected and compiled in multiple ways, and the scattered five public protection lands were Developed in the form of cross-district public and municipal land rezoning, a total of about 11.51 hectares of public conservation land will be deconstructed, of which 4.18 hectares will be opened up for parks, green spaces, children's playgrounds, etc., to improve the quality of life.
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Xu Rencheng, chief of the planning review section of the Urban and Rural Bureau, said that Wengao 1, located on the north side of Gongshang Road, covers an area of about 4.37 hectares, and the other 4.26 hectares. The use of shops will be changed to residential areas, parks, and roads through urban rezoning in the future; other areas include 0.5 hectares for squares and parking lots, 0.26 hectares for government agencies, and 0.56 hectares for children’s playgrounds. Divide and compile.
Xu Rencheng said that the landowners who participated in the cross-district urban land rezoning can get back about 55% of the land that can be built after sharing the land for various public facilities and offsetting the construction costs.
In addition, although some of the existing legal houses in the area are small in size, they will be designated as redevelopment areas based on protecting the rights and interests of the people and avoiding demolition. If it is reduced to 110%, 45% of the public land can also be donated or converted into payment, and the plot ratio will be increased to 200%.
The general inspection of the Wugu public land project will be open for 30 days from today, and a briefing will be held at the Wugu District Office at 10 am on February 22 and 23, and will be submitted to New Taipei City and the Urban Planning Committee of the Ministry of the Interior for review.
The New Taipei City government is reviewing the reserved land for public facilities in the Wugu urban planning area. The picture shows the current situation of the Wengao 1 site, and most of them are temporary buildings made of metal houses.
(Photo by reporter Lai Xiaotong)
The New Taipei City Government is reviewing the reserved land for public facilities in the Wugu urban planning area. It is estimated that 11.51 hectares can be released. The picture shows the current situation of the public land.
(Photo by reporter Lai Xiaotong)