Tianjin plans to supply 760 hectares of residential land this year, with rental housing accounting for 13 percent

2022-06-14 0 By

On April 3, The Tianjin Municipal Bureau of Planning and Natural Resources announced the 2022 State-owned Construction Land Supply Plan (referred to as the Supply Plan) on its website, the Paper learned.According to the supply Plan, Tianjin plans to supply 4,710 hectares of state-owned construction land in 2022.In terms of residential land, according to the supply Plan, 760 hectares of residential land (including ordinary commercial housing, rental housing and rehousing) will be supplied in 2022, accounting for 16% of the total supply.The land for general commercial housing is 600 hectares, accounting for 79% of the residential land supply.Among them, “Jincheng” municipal land revenue area of 180 hectares, accounting for 30%;The four districts around the city (Dongli district, Xiqing District, Jinnan District, Beichen District) are 105 hectares, accounting for 17%;”Bincheng” 130 hectares, accounting for 22%;Wuqing, Baodi, Jinghai, Ninghe, Jizhou five districts 185 hectares, accounting for 31%.100 hectares of leased residential land accounts for 13% of the residential land supply.60 hectares of residential land was also relocated, accounting for 8% of the residential land supply.In terms of commercial service land, the planned supplier occupies 150 hectares, accounting for 3% of the total supply, including about 90 hectares of traditional commercial land (office buildings, shops) and 60 hectares of industrial land.Among them, “Jincheng” municipal land revenue area 35 hectares, “bincheng” 35 hectares, the fourth district around the city 25 hectares, Wuqing, Baodi, Jinghai, Ninghe, Jizhou five districts 55 hectares.In terms of industrial land, 1,100 hectares of industrial land is planned, accounting for 23% of the total supply.Among them, “Jincheng” municipal land revenue area 7 hectares, “bincheng” 574 hectares, the four districts around the city 260 hectares, Wuqing, Baodi, Jinghai, Ninghe, jizhou five districts 259 hectares.In terms of land for infrastructure and public welfare, 2,700 hectares, or 58% of the total, are planned to be supplied.Among them, there are 930 hectares of land for public management and service, 1460 hectares of land for transportation, 220 hectares of land for water and water conservancy facilities, and 90 hectares of land for special purposes.The “Land Supply Plan” shows that Tianjin adheres to the guidance of planning and realizes the transformation from “selling land” to “selling planning”.In accordance with the national spatial planning of tianjin (2021-2035), for supply key with the twins of core area and urban area, form a complete set of mature, public facilities around the planning, regional obvious advantages plot arrangement transfer, increased along the rail transit yard surrounding land supply, comprehensive security industry development, land for the construction of infrastructure and public service facilities requirements,While driving the city’s real estate market active, to maximize land value and social benefits.At the same time, do a good job in policy publicity, actively serve enterprises, and attract investment precisely. From 15 to 20 days before the announcement of land transfer, the pre-announcement of investment promotion will be released on the plots to be transferred, providing the information of plots to be transferred for enterprises to make decisions in advance.Precision to carry out the policies of the central committee and the relevant state, sets up the city’s land supply “chess” thought, scientific analysis of actual market demand and corporate investment, strengthen the reform of the supply side, from tianjin land reserve and urban renewal areas, turn shantytowns into new housing areas, such as rental housing projects as a whole to determine by source, realize the main supply, multi-channel support, policy support,Control the total amount, structure, rhythm and timing of land supply to achieve a balance between supply and demand and promote the steady and healthy development of the land market.Responsible Editor: Liu Xiuhao Photo editor: Jiang Lidong