With regard to an operating office building where cluster mailboxes are not yet installed, the managing board or the unit in charge of managing and operating such office building shall designate locations and facilitate the installation of cluster mailboxes.
The investor, the managing board or the unit in charge of managing and operating the office building shall decide the quantity and locations for installing cluster mailboxes in conformity with actual demand.
This Circular takes effect from January 1st, 2018 and replaces Decision No. 31/2008/QD-BTTTT dated May 8th, 2008.
In particular, the interest rate applicable in 2017 is still 4.8% per annum (equivalent to 0.4% per month). Interest rate on overdue debts shall be still equal 130% of the interest rate applicable at the time the loans are granted (6.24% per annum).
This Decision takes effect from the date of its signing.
Accordingly, apartment buildings shall be put into multiple classes so as to be valued for the purpose of management or dealing on the market (Clause 1 Article 3)
Criteria for classification of apartment buildings is basically similar to that specified in the earlier regulations, including 4 groups of criteria below: (1) Planning and architecture; (2) System and technical equipment; (3) Services and infrastructure; (4) Quality, management, operation (Article 5)
However, under the new regulations, apartment buildings are only put into one of 3 classes (Class A, Class B, and Class C) instead of 4 classes under the earlier regulations.
This Circular takes effect from February 15th, 2017 and replaces Circular No. 14/2008/TT-BXD dated June 2nd, 2008.
- Adjust the master planning for construction of IZs, EPZs in association with urban and housing development, especially worker accommodation;
- Provide land area for construction of social housing in order to meet demand for accommodation for workers of IZs, EPZs as regulated in Article 6 Decree No. 100/2015/ND-CP;
- Establish programs/plans for local housing development, especially 5-year and annual plans for development of social housing for workers;
- Formulate special support solutions for improving the development of social housing for workers and employees of IZs, EPZs, especially site clearance, allocation of land area, and support for investment and construction of infrastructure of social housing area for employees.
Accordingly, social housing projects not funded by state budget shall be exempt from land levies, land rents for the entire land area allocated, leased out by the state for social housing projects including land funds for business and trade works approved by competent authorities within the scope of social housing projects (Article 3)
An investor who has paid land levies for the land allocated by the state or transferred by organizations, households and individuals for development of social housing projects may claim refunds or deductions from financial obligations for development of other projects (other than social housing projects) on the same province where the social housing project is situated. However, Chairmen of the People's committees of provinces shall make decisions on deductions or refunds to the investor based on availability of budget and the request of director of the Service of Finance (Article 4)
This circular takes effect from November 15th, 2016.
Accordingly, with regard to a social house invested by a household or individual for sale, lease or lease purchase, this Circular increases the minimum area as follows: from 9m2 to 10m2 (for a room) and from 4,5m2 to 5m2 (for average usable area)
Regarding selling prices and rents for social houses built under a project, the investor may determine selling price or rent in accordance with the rules specified in Clauses 1, 2 and 3 Article 21 of Decree No. 100/2015/ND-CP and such apartment or house must be built completely
This Circular comes into force from August 15th, 2016 and replaces Circular No. 08/2014/TT-BXD dated May 23rd, 2014.