The Government Inspectorate of Vietnam has ordered the Hanoi administration to deal with violations relating to nine projects of La Vong Services and Trading Joint Stock Company.
|A beer pub of the La Vong Services and Trading Joint Stock Company in Tran Duy Hung Street, Hanoi. — Photo tuoitre.vn|
The main violations consist of changing the purpose of land use, constructing restaurants without permission, violating the Law on Construction as well as failing to share profits with the State following agreements.
The Hanoi administration must send its report to Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc before April 1, the inspectorate said.
Projects include hiring land at DX1, DX2, DX3, DX4 and CX2 area in an urban area southeast of Tran Duy Hung Street; building technical infrastructure and housing in an urban area southwest of Road 70 in Nam Tu Liem District; constructing a luxury housing project in Quoc Oai urban area, building offices and apartments in Xa La area, Ha Dong District; and upgrading the National Highway 6.
To deal with violations, the inspectorate told the administration to direct the city’s Department of Finance and the city’s Tax Department to re-check land leasing prices at Tran Duy Hung Street to avoid financial losses for the State budget.
The city was also required to review the entire planning of the land the company hires in the area and implement with the original purpose as leasing for parking and planting trees instead of using as a ground for running restaurants.
The inspectorate required the company to pay an additional of VND125 billion (US$5.38 million) to the State budget to build technical infrastructure and housing in an urban area southwest of Road 70 in Nam Tu Liem District. To build the project for the State, the company was given 14.5 hectares of land in exchange following an agreement. However, the investor only spent VND400 billion ($17.2 million) to implement the project instead of VND610 billion ($25.8 million) as the initial estimation.
The agency also discovered the company was allocated 27.5 hectares of land in Quoc Oai urban area project without bidding. This violates the regulations on investor selection for commercial housing projects.
The company is also appointed to implement the project to upgrade the National Highway 6 without bidding.
For the project in the Xa La area, Ha Dong District, the inspectors identified the company failed to share profits with the State following agreements.
The inspectorate said that the Department of Planning and Investment, Department of Planning and Architecture, Department of Finance and the People’s Committee of Hanoi were also blamed for the violations.
Under the conclusion No 106/TB-TTCP, signed by Deputy Inspector General Nguyen Van Thanh last Friday, Thanh conveyed the order of Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh to request the city administration to strictly handle violations of any individual and organisation.—VNS
The Ministry of Construction will organise an inspection on the use and management of maintenance funds at residential buildings in HCM City and Hanoi beginning next year.
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