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Circular No. 01/2013/TT-BXD dated February 08, 2013

Circular No. 01/2013/TT-BXD dated February 08, 2013 of the Ministry of Construction guiding the calculation and management of expenditures on construction planning and urban planning

THE MINISTRY OF CONSTRUCTION
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No. 01/2013/TT-BXD

SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM
Independence - Freedom - Happiness
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Hanoi, February 08th 2013

 

 

CIRCULAR

GUIDING THE CALCULATION AND MANAGEMENT OF EXPENDITURES ON CONSTRUCTION PLANNING AND URBAN PLANNING

 

 

Pursuant to the Government's Decree No. 17/2008/ND-CP dated February 04th 2008, defining the functions, tasks, powers and organizational structure of the Ministry of Construction;

Pursuant to the Government's Decree No. 112/2009/ND-CP dated December 14th 2009 on the management of construction expenditure;

Pursuant to the Government's Decree No. 08/2005/ND-CP dated January 24th 2005 on construction planning;

Pursuant to the Government's Decree No. 37/2010/ND-CP dated April 07th 2010 on the formulation, appraisal, approval, and management of urban planning;

At the request of the Director of Department of Construction Economics and the Director of Institute of Construction Economics;

The Minister of Construction issues a Circular to guide the calculation and management of expenditures on construction planning and urban planning.

Chapter I

GENERAL REGULATIONS

Article 1. Scope of regulation

This Circular guides the calculation and management of the expenditures on formulating, appraising construction planning and urban planning, including regional construction planning, general planning, zoning, detailed urban planning; urban technical infrastructure planning, rural construction planning.

Article 2. Subjects of application

1. The organizations and individuals funded by the State budget shall apply this Circular to the calculation and management of expenditures on construction planning and urban planning

2. The organizations and individuals fund by other sources are recommended to apply this Circular to the calculation and management of expenditures on construction planning and urban planning.

3. When using the State budget to hire foreign experts to give advice on construction planning and urban planning, the calculation and management of the expenditure on hiring foreign experts must comply with Article 7 of this Circular and other current relevant regulations.

Article 3. Rules of expenditure calculation and management

1. The expenditures on works according to the limits prescribed in this Circular are already inclusive of expenditure on collecting relevant documents; expenditure on stationery, expenditure on hiring experts; expenditure on depreciation; expenditure on management; expenditure on seeking opinions; expenditure on convention for approving planning project result; expenditure on training (provided for consultancy units); insurance (social insurance, health insurance, unemployment insurance, professional liability insurance), and pre-calculated taxable income, but exclusive of VAT. VAT shall be added when making the estimate of the planning project as prescribed by current regulations.

2. Estimates shall be made to calculate the expenditure of construction planning and urban planning works without limits.

3. If the scale of the planning project lies between the two scales prescribed in this Circular, the expenditure limits shall be calculated by interpolation. The planning projects of which the scales are greater than that prescribed I this Circular, the expenditure on making planning projects shall be determined in the estimates.

4. If this Circular is not suitable for calculating the expenditure on the special construction planning and urban planning works, the expenditure shall be determined in estimates.

Chapter II

CALCULATION OF EXPENDITURES ON MAKING CONSTRUCTION PLANNING AND URBAN PLANNING

Article 4. Calculating expenditure on making planning projects

1. Calculating expenditure on making construction planning project

a) The expenditure on making regional construction equals the expenditure limits in Table 1 (in the enclosed Annex), multiplied by the area.

b) The expenditure on making construction planning projects for rural residential areas:

- The expenditure on orienting the development of the rural residential neighborhood network and technical infrastructure in communes equal the expenditure limits in Table 2 (in the enclosed Annex), multiplied by the anticipated population over the planning period in the approved planning objective (or adjusted planning objectives).

- The expenditure on making general planning for architectural space and technical infrastructure of the commune centers and each residential neighborhoods in the commune equals the expenditure limits in Table 3 (in the enclosed Annex) multiplied by the planning area.

c) The expenditure on making general construction planning for special complexes (hi-tech zones, economic zones, resorts, industrial parks, and urban areas that have special functions) equals the expenditure limits in Table 4 (in the enclosed Annex), multiplied by the planning area.

d) The expenditure on making detailed construction planning for special complexes (hi-tech zones, economic zones, resorts, industrial parks, and urban areas that have special functions) equals the expenditure limits in Table 5 and Table 6 (in the enclosed Annex), multiplied by the planning area.

dd) The expenditure on making detailed planning for industrial parks equals the expenditure limits in Table 7 (in the enclosed Annex), multiplied by the planning area.

2. Calculating expenditure on making urban planning projects:

a) The expenditure on making general urban planning equals the expenditure limits in Table 8 (in the enclosed Annex) multiplied by the anticipated population in the planning period of the approved planning objectives (or adjusted planning objectives), not to mention the anticipated population according to the orientation).

b) The expenditure on making detailed urban zoning equals the expenditure limits in Table 9 (in the enclosed Annex), multiplied by the zoning area.

c) The expenditure on making detailed urban planning equals the expenditure limits in Table 10 (in the enclosed Annex), multiplied by the planning area.

d) The expenditure on specialized technical infrastructure planning of central-affiliated cities is the percentage in Table 11 (in the enclosed Annex) of the expenditure on making the corresponding general urban planning.

3. The expenditures on making the following planning projects are determined by making estimates:

a) Planning adjustment: the expenditure on planning adjustment shall be determined by making estimates based on the works, the scale, range, and extent of adjustment of the planning project.

Where comprehensive adjustment is necessary but the range of adjustment does not exceed the area and population of the approved planning, the expenditure on adjusting regional construction planning, general urban planning, and detailed urban planning must not exceed 70% of the expenditure on making the new corresponding planning; the expenditure on urban zoning must not exceed 50% of the expenditure on making a new corresponding planning.

If the range of adjustment exceeds the area and population of the approved planning, estimates shall be made for calculating adjustment expenditure.

If the comprehensive adjustment of planning project is complicated, the area and population exceed 30% of the approved scale, the adjustment expenditure in calculated similarly to the expenditure of a new planning project.

b) Making a separate urban design projects:

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