Decree 37/2019/ND-CP elaboration of Law 21/2017/QH14 on Planning (Part 1)

1 Chapter I. GENERAL PROVISIONS


DECREE 37/2019/ND-CP

May 07, 2019

ELABORATION OF THE LAW ON PLANNING

Pursuant to the Law on Government Organization dated June 19, 2015; Pursuant to the Law on Planning dated November 24, 2017;

Pursuant on amendments to some Articles concerning planning of 11 laws dated June 15, 2018;

Pursuant on amendments to some Articles concerning planning of 37 laws dated November 20, 2018;

Pursuant on Ordinance on amendments to some Articles of 04 Ordinances concerning planning dated December 22, 2018;

At the request of the Minister of Planning and Investment;

The Government hereby promulgates a Decree on elaboration of the Law on Planning.

Chapter I. GENERAL PROVISIONS

Article 1. Scope

This Decree elaborates some contents specified in Articles 15, 17, 19, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 30,

40, 41 and 49 of the Law on Planning.

Article 2. Regulated entities

This Decree applies to organizations and individuals involved in formulation, appraisal, decision or approval, announcement and assessment of implementation of national planning, regional planning and provincial planning and other relevant organizations and individuals.

Article 3. Definitions

For the purposes of this Decree, the terms below shall be construed as follows:

1.  “planning component” means an aspect of the national comprehensive planning, national marine spatial planning and regional planning and is formulated to serve the integration of planning.

2.  “authority organizing formulation of planning components” is the Ministry, ministerial agency or People’s Committee of the province assigned to organize formulation of planning components to integrate them into the national comprehensive planning, national marine spatial planning and regional planning.

3.  “authority formulating planning components” is an authority assigned to formulate planning components to integrate them into the national comprehensive planning, national marine spatial planning and regional planning.

4.  “national marine space” means a space that is composed of coastal areas, islands, archipelagoes, water surface, water mass, seabed and subsoil within the inland area, territorial sea, contiguous zones, exclusive economic zones, continental shelf and airspace within the sovereignty, sovereign rights and national jurisdiction of Vietnam.

Article 4. Requirements on qualifications of planning consultancies

1. A planning consultancy shall have at least 01 consultant satisfying the conditions specified in Clause 2 of this Article and at least 05 consultants satisfying the conditions specified in Clause 3 of this Article. The consultancy that gives advice on formulation of planning components or contents of the national sector planning or provincial planning shall have at least 01 consultant satisfying the conditions specified in Clause 3 of this Article.

2. The consultant who is the head of a planning project must obtain at least a bachelor’s degree in the discipline related to the planning to be formulated, has presided over formulation of at least 01 planning whose level is the same as that of the planning to be formulated or has directly participated in formulating at least 02 plannings whose level is the same as that of the planning to be formulated.

In case the national planning is formulated in Vietnam for the first time, the consultant who is the head of the planning project must obtain at least a bachelor’s degree in the discipline related to the planning to be formulated and has presided over formulation of at least 02 regional plannings or planning tailored for inter-provincial river basins.

3. The consultant who presided over formulation of planning components or contents of the national sector planning or provincial planning must obtain at least a bachelor’s degree in the discipline related to the planning components or contents to be formulated and has directly participated in formulating at least 02 plannings whose level is the same as that of the planning to be formulated.

In case the national planning is formulated in Vietnam for the first time, the consultant who presided over formulation of planning components or contents of the national planning or provincial planning must obtain at least a bachelor’s degree in the discipline related to the

planning components or contents to be formulated and has directly participated in formulating at least 02 regional plannings or planning tailored for inter-provincial river basins.

Article 5. Methods for announcing planning

1.  In addition to complying with Clause 1 Article 40 of the Law on Planning, planning is announced according to the methods specified in Clauses 2, 3, 4 and 5 of this Article and regulations of law on protection of state secrets.

2.  Announce planning via mass media by adopting the following methods:

a)    Publish national planning and regional planning on the channels and news of national television and radio station or provincial planning on those of the provincial television and radio stations regarding summary of the written decision or approval for planning and list of prioritized projects during the planning period;

b)    Publish summary of the planning at least one time on the front page of a printed newspaper or home page of an online newspaper for at least 30 days.

3.  Announce planning by presenting planning models, diagrams, maps and database according to the following methods:

a)    Organize exhibitions to introduce planning;

b)    Present planning diagrams and maps, planning decision or written approval, and planning models and database at the authority organizing formulation of the planning or planning authority.

4.  Organize conferences and seminars to disseminate planning contents and planning implementation plans.

5.  Release publications including books, atlases and videos that introduce planning contents, planning implementation plans and list of prioritized projects during the planning period.

Article 6. Assessment of planning implementation

1.  Assessment of planning implementation shall be made annually, every five years or upon request according to Clause 2 Article 49, and Article 50 of the Law on Planning and this Decree.

2.  The authority assessing planning implementation shall submit assessment reports to the competent authority as prescribed in Clause 3 Article 49 of the Law on Planning.

3.  The report on periodic assessment of planning is one of the contents of the planning report set forth in Clause 1 Article 48 of the Law on Planning.

4.  The authority organizing formulation of planning shall, according to the assessment report, request the authority that decides or approves planning to promptly consider, decide or approve adjustments to planning in response to current situation and condition.

Article 7. Criteria for assessment of planning implementation

1.  Carry out overall assessment of fulfillment of planning objectives according to the following criteria:

a)    Fulfillment of economic development objectives;

b)    Fulfillment of social development objectives;

c)    Fulfillment of objectives for sustainable use of resources, environmental protection, natural disaster management and resilience to climate change;

d)    Fulfillment of objectives for national defense and security assurance;

2.  Carry out assessment of execution of prioritized projects during the planning period according to the following criteria:

a)    List of, plans for and progress in investment in public investment projects that have been executed;

b)    List of, plans for and progress in investment in executed projects funded by sources other than public investments;

c)    List of prioritized projects during the planning period, which have not yet been executed, reasons for failure to execute;

d)    List of projects that have been put into operation and economic, social and environmental effectiveness they achieve.

3.  Carry out assessment of use of resources during implementation of planning according to the following criteria:

a)    Land use; land use efficiency compared to that during the previous planning period and that in the planning objective; solutions for economizing on land and increasing land use efficiency that have been adopted during implementation of planning;

b)    Use of water resources, mineral resources, forest resources, marine resources and other resources; resource use efficiency compared to that during the previous planning period and that in the planning objective; solutions for economizing on resources and increasing resource use efficiency that have been adopted during implementation of planning;

c)    Technical and managerial solutions that have been adopted to reduce adverse effects on environment that are produced from use of land and other natural resources during implementation of planning.

4.  Carry out assessment of policies and solutions for organizing the implementation of planning according to the following criteria:

a)    Policies and solutions for investment attraction, human resource development, science and technology development, social security assurance, environmental protection, financial resource distribution and defense and security assurance that have been introduced to implement planning;

b)    Effect and effectiveness of policies and solutions that have been introduced to implement planning;

c)    Conformity of detailed planning, urban planning and rural planning pertaining to the planning whose implementation is assessed according to the Law on Planning;

d)    Settlement of complaints and denunciations and actions against violations related to the process of formulating, appraising, approving, implementing and adjusting planning during its implementation;

dd) Difficulties that arise during the process of organizing implementation of planning and proposed remedial measures.

Chapter II. FORMULATION OF PLANNING 

Section 1: RESPONSIBILITIES OF PLANNING ORGANIZATIONS

Article 8. Responsibilities of authorities organizing formulation of planning

1.  An authority organizing formulation of national comprehensive planning, national marine spatial planning, national land use planning or regional planning shall:

a)    decide to select a planning authority;

b)    consider deciding to select a plan to integrate planning components into the planning to be formulated, regarding national comprehensive planning, national marine spatial planning or regional planning; consider deciding to resolve issues concerning different comments on the planning, which are given by the planning authority and relevant organizations during the formulation of the national land use planning;

c)    request the National Assembly to decide on the national comprehensive planning, national marine spatial planning or national land use planning;

d)    expedite, supervise and resolve issues that arise during formulation of planning.

2.  An authority organizing formulation of national sector planning shall:

a)    decide to select an authority to formulate national sector planning;

b)    take charge and cooperate with Ministries and ministerial agencies concerned in determining tasks of formulating the national sector planning;

c)    submit planning tasks to the Prime Minister for approval;

d)    request the Prime Minister to consider deciding to select a consultancy to give advice on formulation of the national sector planning if there is no consultancy that satisfies qualification requirements specified in Article 4 of this Decree;

dd) assign an organization to participate in developing contents of the national sector planning according to the approved planning tasks;

e)    consider deciding to select a plan to integrate planning contents into the national sector planning;

g)  seek opinions about the national sector planning from relevant organizations and individuals;

h)  Submit the national sector planning to the Prime Minister for approval;

i)   expedite, supervise and resolve issues that arise during formulation of the national sector planning.

3.  An authority organizing formulation of provincial planning shall:

a)    decide to select an authority to formulate provincial planning;

b)    submit planning tasks to the Prime Minister for approval;

c) assign an organization and People’s Committee of the district to develop contents of the

provincial planning according to the approved planning tasks;

d)  consider deciding to select a plan to integrate planning contents into the provincial planning; dd) submit the provincial planning to the Prime Minister for approval;

e)  expedite, supervise and resolve issues that arise during formulation of the provincial planning.

Article 9. Responsibilities of authorities formulating national comprehensive planning, national marine spatial planning and regional planning

1.  Take charge and cooperate with relevant organizations in determining planning tasks. To be specific:

a)    Determine requirements on viewpoints, objectives and rules for formulating planning; determine planning components integrated into the planning to be formulated; determine the scope of research and specific contents of each planning component appropriate to the planning contents to be formulated; propose an authority organizing formulation of the planning components; make an estimate of costs of formulating planning and planning components in accordance with regulations of law; prepare a description of planning tasks;

b)    Submit planning tasks for appraisal and approval;

c)    The planning authority that is hired to give advice shall satisfy qualification requirements specified in Article 4 of this Decree to determine planning tasks.

2.  Take charge and cooperate with relevant organizations in implementing the planning formulation plan according to the approved planning tasks.

3.  Select a planning consultancy that satisfies qualification requirements specified in Article 4 of this Decree; if such consultancy is not available, request the Prime Minister to consider deciding to select a consultancy to give advice on formulation of the national comprehensive planning or national marine spatial planning.

4.  Take charge and cooperate with relevant authorities investigating, surveying and collecting information, operating information system and national database of planning to serve formulation of planning.

5.  Take charge and cooperate with relevant organizations in researching, analyzing, assessing and forecasting factors, conditions, resources and context for development, and proposing viewpoints and objectives, and the priorities serving as a basis for formulation of planning and planning components; provide the authority formulating planning components with research directions and restrict contents and scope of research into planning components.

6.  Take charge and cooperate with the authority organizing formulation of planning components in integrating such components into the planning to be formulated. To be specific:

a)    Review contents of planning components; determine rules and methods for integrating planning components into the planning to be formulated; determine planning contents that are inconsistent with each other, and inappropriate and unfeasible proposals during the planning period; combine and integrate contents of planning components;

b)    Consider and resolve common, inter-regional and inter-provincial issues; determine areas where economic, social and infrastructural development and urbanization are prioritized, encouraged and restricted; establish criteria for determining prioritized projects during the planning period, justification for making a list of important projects and their execution in order of priority;

c)    Develop and select a plan to integrate planning components into the planning to be formulated; request the authority organizing formulation of planning components to adjust the planning components to ensure uniformity, congruence and effectiveness of the planning to be formulated;

d)    If there are still different opinions about integration of planning, the planning authority shall consolidate opinions, propose a plan to integrate planning components and request the authority organizing formulation of planning for to consider it; adjust the plan to integrate planning components and complete the planning according to the conclusion given by the authority organizing formulation of planning.

7.  Seek opinions about the planning from relevant organizations and individuals.

8.  Submit the planning for appraisal; request the Government to consider and submit national comprehensive planning or national marine spatial planning to the National Assembly for decision; submit regional planning to the Prime Minister for approval.

Article 10. Responsibilities of authorities formulating national land use planning

1.  Take charge and cooperate with relevant organizations in determining planning tasks. To be specific:

a)    Determine requirements on viewpoints, objectives and rules for formulating planning; determine scope of research and requirements on planning contents and planning formulation methods; propose responsibilities of relevant organizations for planning contents; develop a planning formulation plan; make an estimate of costs of formulating planning in accordance with regulations of law; prepare a description of planning tasks;

b)    Submit planning tasks for appraisal and approval;

c)    The planning authority that is hired to give advice shall satisfy qualification requirements specified in Article 4 of this Decree to determine planning tasks.

2.  Take charge and cooperate with relevant organizations in implementing the planning formulation plan according to the approved planning tasks.

3.  Select a planning consultancy that satisfies qualification requirements specified in Article 4 of this Decree.

4.  Take charge and cooperate with relevant authorities investigating, surveying and collecting information, operating information system and national database of planning to serve formulation of planning.

5.  Take charge and cooperate with relevant organizations in formulating planning. If there are still different opinions about the planning, the planning authority shall consolidate opinions, propose a plan and request the authority organizing formulation of planning to consider it;

complete the planning according to the conclusion given by the authority organizing formulation of planning.

6.  Seek opinions about the planning from relevant organizations and individuals.

7.  Submit the planning for appraisal; request the authority organizing formulation of planning to consider and submit it to the National Assembly for decision.

Article 11. Responsibilities of authorities formulating national sector planning and provincial planning

1.  Take charge and cooperate with relevant organizations in determining planning tasks. To be specific:

a)    Determine requirements on viewpoints, objectives and rules for formulating planning; determine scope of research and requirements on planning contents and planning formulation methods; propose an organization that should participate in developing contents of the planning to be formulated; prepare a planning formulation plan; make an estimate of costs of formulating planning in accordance with regulations of law; prepare a description of planning tasks;

b)    Submit the planning tasks for appraisal after notifying the authority organizing formulation of planning; request the authority organizing formulation of planning to consider and submit planning tasks for approval;

c)    The planning authority that is hired to give advice shall satisfy qualification requirements specified in Article 4 of this Decree to determine planning tasks.

2.  Take charge and cooperate with relevant organizations in implementing the planning formulation plan according to the approved planning tasks.

3.  Select a planning consultancy that satisfies qualification requirements specified in Article 4 of this Decree; if such consultancy is not available, notify the authority organizing formulation of planning, which will request Prime Minister to consider deciding to select a consultancy to give advice on formulation of the national sector planning.

4.  Take charge and cooperate with relevant authorities investigating, surveying and collecting information, operating information system and national database of planning to serve formulation of planning.

5.  Take charge and cooperate with relevant organizations in researching, analyzing, assessing and forecasting factors, conditions, resources and context for development, and proposing viewpoints and objectives, and the priorities serving as a basis for formulation of planning; provide research directions and restrict contents and scope of the research into planning contents provided by relevant organizations.

6.  Take charge and cooperate with relevant organizations in integrating planning contents proposed by such relevant authorities into the planning to be formulated. To be specific:

a)    Review planning contents proposed by relevant organizations; determine rules and methods for integrating planning contents into the planning to be formulated; determine planning contents that are inconsistent with each other, and inappropriate and unfeasible proposals during the planning period; combine and integrate proposed planning contents;

b)    Consider and resolve common and inter-regional issues; determine areas where economic, social and infrastructural development and urbanization are prioritized, encouraged and restricted; establish criteria for determining prioritized projects during the planning period, justification for making a list of important projects and their execution in order of priority;

c)    Develop and select a plan to integrate planning contents proposed by relevant organizations into the planning to be formulated; request relevant organizations to adjust and complete the planning contents in order to ensure uniformity, congruence and effectiveness of the planning to be formulated;

d)    If there are still different opinions about integration of planning contents into the planning to be formulated, the planning authority shall consolidate opinions, propose a plan and submit it to the authority organizing formulation of planning for consideration; adjust the plan to integrate planning contents into the planning to be formulated and complete the planning according to the conclusion given by the authority organizing formulation of planning.

7.  Seek opinions about the regional planning from relevant organizations and individuals.

8.  Submit the planning for appraisal after notifying the authority organizing formulation of planning; request the authority organizing formulation of planning to consider and submit the planning for approval.

Article 12. Responsibilities of authorities organizing formulation of planning components and authorities formulating planning components

1.  An authority organizing formulation of planning components shall:

a)    decide to select an authority to formulate planning components;

b)    Select a consultancy to give advice on formulation of planning components; appraise planning components before sending them to the planning authority;

c)    Cooperate with the planning authority in integrating planning components into the planning.

2.  An authority formulating planning components shall:

a)    formulate planning components under the direction of the authority organizing formulation of planning components and at the request of the planning authority;

b)    adjust the planning components at the request of the planning authority.

Article 13. Responsibilities of organizations participating in developing contents of national sector planning and provincial planning

1.  Cooperate with the planning authority and authority organizing formulation of planning in analyzing, assessing and forecasting factors, conditions, resources and context for development, assessing local socio - economic development, and proposing viewpoints and objectives, and the priorities serving as a basis for formulation of planning.

2.  Propose contents to be included in the planning under their management and send them to the planning authority.

3.  Where necessary, organizations participating in developing contents of the national sector planning and provincial planning shall select a consultancy that satisfies qualification requirements specified in Article 4 of this Decree to develop contents according to the approved planning tasks.

4.  Cooperate with the planning authority and planning consultancy in considering and resolving common and inter-district issues in order to ensure uniformity, congruence and effectiveness of the planning.

5.  Adjust and complete planning contents at the request of the planning authority.

6.  Be responsible to the authority organizing formulation of planning for quality and time limit for implementation of planning contents assigned to be developed and integrated into the planning to be formulated.

Article 14. Responsibilities of planning consultancies and planning component consultancies

1.  A consultancy that gives advice on formulation of the national comprehensive planning, national marine spatial planning or regional planning shall:

a)    be responsible to the law and planning authority for the number, time limit for production and quality of planning products;

b)    cooperate with the authority formulating planning components and consultancy that gives advice on formulation of planning components during the formulation and integration of planning components into the planning to be formulated;

c)    consider and propose rules and methods for integrating planning components into the planning to be formulated.

2.  A consultancy that gives advice on formulation of national land use planning shall:

a)    be responsible to the law and planning authority for the number, time limit for production and quality of planning products;

b)    cooperate with relevant organizations during formulation of planning.

3.  A consultancy that gives advice on formulation of national sector planning or provincial planning shall:

a)    be responsible to the law and planning authority for the number, time limit for production and quality of planning products;

b)    cooperate with relevant organizations during formulation of planning;

c)    consider and propose rules and methods for integrating planning components into the national sector planning or provincial planning.

4.  A consultancy that gives advice on formulation of planning components shall:

a)    be responsible to the law and authority organizing formulation of planning components for the number, time limit for production and quality of planning products;

b)    cooperate with the authority formulating planning components in formulation of planning components;

c)    cooperate with the planning consultancy in considering and proposing rules and methods for integrating planning components into the planning to be formulated.

Section 2: PLANNING TASKS

Article 15. Bases for determining planning tasks

1.  Legislative documents and relevant bases.

2.  Reports on review and assessment of implementation of planning in the previous period.

Article 16. Requirements on planning contents and planning formulation methods

1.  Requirements on issues concerning planning formulation:

a)    Name of the planning; planning boundary and period;

b)    Viewpoints, objectives and rules for formulating planning;

c)    Forecasting of development prospect and demand during the planning period;

d)    Main contents of the planning;

dd) Main contents of components of national comprehensive planning, national marine spatial planning and regional planning.

e)    Strategic environmental assessment report, regarding the planning required to undergo strategic environmental assessment in accordance with regulations on environmental protection;

g) Composition, number, standard and format of planning documentation.

2.  Requirements on scientism, practicality and reliability of methods for approaching and formulating planning.

3.  Requirements on planning formulation plan and progress.

Article 17. Time limit for formulating planning

1.  The time limit for formulating the national comprehensive planning, national marine spatial planning, national land use planning or regional planning is no more than 30 months from the date on which the planning tasks are approved, including 18 months within which components of the national comprehensive planning, national marine spatial planning or regional planning are formulated.

2.  The time limit for formulating national sector planning or provincial planning is no more than 24 months from the date on which the planning tasks are approved.

Article 18. Organization of appraisal of planning tasks

1.  Establishment of a planning task appraisal council:

a)    The Ministry of Planning and Investment shall request the Government to establish an appraisal council and assign a body to act as the standing body of the national comprehensive planning task appraisal council; request the Government to establish an appraisal council and assign a body to act as the standing body of the regional and provincial planning task appraisal council;

b)    The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment shall request the Government to establish an appraisal council and assign a body to act as the standing body of the national marine spatial planning and national land use planning task appraisal council;

c)    The Ministry and ministerial agency assigned to formulate the national sector planning shall request the Government to establish an appraisal council and assign a body to act as the standing body of the national sector planning task appraisal council.

2.  Composition of a planning task appraisal council:

a)    The national comprehensive planning, national marine spatial planning, national land use planning and regional planning task appraisal council is composed of a Chair and members; the

Chair is the Prime Minister or Deputy Prime Minister; the members include senior  representatives of the Ministry of Construction, Ministry of Planning and Investment, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, other Ministries, ministerial agencies concerned and planning experts;

b)    The national sector planning task appraisal council is composed of a Chair and members; the Chair is the head of the regulatory Ministry; the members include representatives of the Ministry of Construction, Ministry of Planning and Investment, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, other Ministries, ministerial agencies concerned and planning experts;

c)    The provincial planning task appraisal council is composed of a Chair and members; the Chair is the head of the Ministry of Planning and Investment; the members include representatives of the Ministry of Construction, Ministry of Planning and Investment, Ministry of Finance,   Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, other Ministries, ministerial agencies concerned and planning experts.

3.  Activities of a planning task appraisal council:

a)    The council shall appraise planning tasks and dissolve after completing its tasks;

b)    A planning task appraisal meeting shall be held if it is attended by at least three quarters (3/4) of council members, including the Chair and representative of the council’s standing body, and by representative of the planning authority;

c)    The council shall operate on a collective basis, discuss openly and make decisions according to majority rule so as to approve planning tasks;

d)    Planning tasks (and revisions thereto, if any) that are approved by at least three quarters (3/4) of council members are eligible to be submitted for approval;

dd) The council’s standing body shall receive, consider and process applications, provide applications for appraisal of planning tasks to council members so that they can consider and make comments, hold council meetings, make minutes of council meetings; request the planning authority to amend, complete or re-determine planning tasks according to the conclusion given by the council; re-appraise planning tasks in case they are not approved; draft a report on planning task appraisal and submit it to the council’s Chair for approval.

4.  An application for appraisal of planning tasks includes:

a)    An application form;

b)    A Government’s draft Resolution, regarding national comprehensive planning, national marine spatial planning and national land use planning tasks; Prime Minister’s draft Decision, regarding national sector planning, regional planning and provincial planning tasks.

c)    A description of planning tasks;

d)    Other documents (if any).

5.  The following issues need appraising:

a)    Conformity of legal bases;

b)    Conformity, scientism and reliability of planning contents and methods;

c)    Compatibility between planning components and contents of the planning to be formulated, regarding national comprehensive planning, national marine spatial planning and regional planning;

d)    Conformity of contents of planning tasks with the estimate of costs and capital sources for planning formulation;

dd) Feasibility of the planning formulation plan.

6.  The time limit for appraising planning tasks is no more than 45 days from date on which the

council’s standing body receives the satisfactory application.

7.  Reporting of planning task appraisal:

a)  A planning task appraisal report shall specify the council’s opinions about the issues specified

in Clause 5 of this Article and decide whether to submit the planning tasks for approval;

b)  Within 10 days from the end of the appraisal, the council’s standing body shall send the planning task appraisal report to the planning authority;

c) Within 15 days from the receipt of the report, the planning authority shall consider and respond to the council’s opinions to modify and complete the application for approval for planning tasks.

Article 19. Approval for planning tasks

1. An application for approval for planning tasks includes:

a) An application form;

b) A Government’s draft Resolution, regarding national comprehensive planning, national marine spatial planning and national land use planning tasks; Prime Minister’s draft Decision, regarding national sector planning, regional planning and provincial planning tasks.

c) A planning task appraisal report;

d) A report on response to council’s opinions about contents of planning tasks; dd) A description of modified and completed planning tasks;

e) Other documents (if any).

2. The Government’s Resolution and Prime Minister’s Decision on approval for planning tasks

shall contain at least:

a)    Name of the planning; planning boundary and period;

b)    Requirements on viewpoints, objectives and rules for formulating planning;

c)    Requirements on planning contents and planning formulation methods;

d)    Time limit for formulating planning;

dd) Regulations on composition, number, standard and format of planning documentation;

e)    Costs of formulating planning;

g)  Planning components and costs of formulating each planning component, regarding national comprehensive planning, national marine spatial planning and regional planning or planning contents developed by organizations, regarding national sector planning and provincial planning;

h)  Tasks of planning authorities and authorities organizing formulation of planning components, regarding national comprehensive planning, national marine spatial planning and regional, and planning authorities, regarding national land use plan or authorities organizing formulation of planning, regarding national sector planning and provincial planning.



Decree 37/2019/ND-CP elaboration of Law 21/2017/QH14 on Planning (Part 2)


Appendix I of Decree 37/2019/ND-CP elaboration of Law 21/2017/QH14 on Planning (Appendix I)


Appendix III of Decree 37/2019/ND-CP elaboration of Law 21/2017/QH14 on Planning (Appendix III)