All modular buildings used for the construction of civic service center in Xiongan New Area will be shipped to the site by mid-February, manufacturers said Thursday, marking a milestone in the construction of the national-level new area. The civic service center is the first construction project since the establishment of the new area, which was announced by the central government in April. The project includes 89 serviced apartments covering 4,475 square meters and six office buildings.
（File Photo） China and the UK will sign deals worth 9 billion pounds during UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s visit, covering multiple areas, including Belt and Road construction, finance, agriculture, and technology, according to Gao Feng, a spokesperson for China’s Ministry of Commerce. The two parties are also planning on building a science and technology town in China’s Xiongan New Area.
Photo: VCG China Railway Design Corp has released an environmental impact report for the planned railway linking Beijing and Xiongan New Area in Hebei province, on which construction is due to start in March. According to the report, the overall length of the railway will be 92.783 kilometers, and there will be five stations along the line.
Wide-ranging efforts on areas including transportation and environmental protection will be pushed forward to build the Xiongan New Area, according to the Hebei Development and Reform Commission. Xiongan New Area is a new economic zone near Beijing designed to integrate the capital with surrounding areas. According to the Hebei provincial government, it plans to roll out a slew of key projects this year including high-speed railways, expressways, forestation work and environmental protection work at Baiyangdian Lake.
Hebei province is aiming for high-quality development to promote construction of Xiongan New Area. The province will focus on supply-side reform and accelerate the reform of quality, efficiency, and dynamics in a bid to promote healthy and sustainable economic and social development. Key words: Synergetic development of Beijing, Tianjin, and Hebei Build Xiongan New Area to the highest standards Hebei will strive for early approval of each plan, and implement preliminary projects such as transportation and comprehensive treatment of Baiyang Lake, the largest freshwater lake in northern China.
The new Beijing airport, pictured here in September, will open in 2019. JU HUANZONG/XINHUA Work has begun on internal decorations and equipment installation at Beijing's new airport, after the terminal building was sealed on New Year's Eve. The project, which is being built at an estimated cost of 80 billion yuan ($12.
SHIJIAZHUANG, Jan. 4 (Xinhua) -- Hebei Province, which neighbors Beijing, obtained 250 billion yuan (38 billion U.S.
Beijing’s new airport should be called Beijing Xiongan International Airport to reflect the areas it will serve, according to an annual report released on Friday. The suggestion was made in the Airport Economy Bluebook released during the 2017 Annual Conference of the International Cities Forum on Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Collaborative Development. The aim of the survey is to ensure the new airport supports the construction of the Xiongan New Area.
An aerial photo shows Rongcheng county of the Xiongan New Area on Oct 26, 2017. [Photo/VCG] A report by China Central Television, China's state broadcast network, Tuesday shows a crisscrossed transport network will take shape in the Xiongan New Area in the future. Upon completion of several high-speed railways, intercity railways and highways, travel time between Xiongan to both Beijing and Tianjin will be reduced to 30 minutes and between Xiongan to Shijiazhuang, capital of Hebei province, will be 60 minutes.
Outline shows industries moving from capital and where they'll go An aerial photo taken on Oct 26 shows Rongcheng county of the Xiongan New Area. [Photo/VCG] An outline released on Wednesday on the integrated development of the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region has offered further details on how the capital's resources and industries will be redistributed. The ultimate goal is to move noncapital functions away from downtown Beijing, which will aid efforts to control population growth.