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Compensation by land for displaced residents in hydropower plant projects

(11:51:01 AM 21/11/2014)
(Tinmoitruong.vn) - According to the decision recently approved by the Prime Minister on the policy of migration and resettlement for hydropower plant and irrigation projects, the affected residents have to be compensated by land. Under this decision, resettled households that agree to move to resettlement area will be compensated by land (housing land, agriculture land) with the same kind of occupied land.

The optional resettled households will also be compensated by land in accordance with the available quantity of land approved for the optional resettlement but its area has to be at least equal to that of the households in resettlement area.

In addition, this decision also specifies on compensation of property on displaced land; assistance of building new house, auxiliary, temporary transport roads; support to life stability…

With households lost their agriculture land, the compensation will be once applied based on the displaced land area. The production assistance does not excess 2000 VND/m2. The specific assisting levels shall be decided by the Provincial People’s Committee.


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