Ministry of Land and Resources: Projects such as photovoltaics do not change land use.
Source:Huatai Zhejiang     Pageviews:7     Release time:2016-02-19
On the 10th, the Ministry of Land and Resources held a press conference to release a series of support policies for new industries such as tourism and new land use.
The reporter learned that in September this year, the Ministry of Land and Resources and the five ministries and commissions, including the National Development and Reform Commission and the Ministry of Science and Technology, issued the "Opinions on Supporting the Development of New Industries and New Business Formats to Promote Public Entrepreneurship and Innovation." Recently, the Ministry of Land and Resources once again joined the Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development and the National Tourism Administration to issue the "Opinions on Supporting the Policy of Tourism Development Land Use."
According to Dou Jingli, deputy director of the Land Use Management Department of the Ministry of Land and Resources, in order to support the development of new industries and new formats, the Ministry of Land and Resources has recently issued a series of guidance on land use for new industries and new formats. “Especially for the small and medium-sized micro-enterprises that are in the initial stage of entrepreneurship, these support policies have given ‘special space’.”
Dou Jingli said that the development zones and industrial agglomeration zones for single production functions can be properly arranged for commodity retail, accommodation, catering, business finance, on the premise of meeting urban and rural planning, in accordance with the principles of unified support, supply according to law, and overall management. Urban housing, etc., to promote the transformation of relevant regions from a single production function to a comprehensive urban function.
It is worth mentioning that the policy mentions that wind power, photovoltaic power generation and other projects use unused land such as Gobi, desert, and grassland, and the land use that does not occupy the land and does not change the surface form can be identified according to the original land type. The land use is allowed to be obtained by way of rent, etc. without changing the land use. New energy vehicle charging facilities, mobile communication base stations, and other new industrial supporting infrastructures that require a small area of ​​land and need to be distributed in multiple locations may be provided for land supply by means of construction.
In addition, the land use guidance for new industries and new formats also includes support for the implementation of the “Internet Plus” action plan. Under the premise of not changing the land use and planning conditions, for the development of Internet information resources, the first-level use of stock real estate, land resources to develop new formats, innovative business models, and the development of online and offline integration services, continue to use the original use and land rights Type of land use transition policy. Upon expiration of the transition period, it is possible to determine whether to go through the formalities of land use according to the detailed development plan of the enterprise and the detailed planning of control.