Environmental Impact Assessments & Strategic Environmental Assessment Of the Development Of New Yangon City Phase 1 Master Plan

Environmental Impact Assessments & Strategic Environmental Assessment Of the Development Of New Yangon City Phase 1 Master Plan

New Yangon Development Company Ltd. (“NYDC”) proposes to develop the New Yangon City in Seikgyi Kanaungto, Twantay, Hlaing Tharyar, and Kyee Myin Daing Township, Yangon Region, Myanmar. For Stage 1 of Phase 1 of the Project, the New Yangon City is split into the following six groups based on the types of facilities: Bridges, Roads, […]

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2nd Round of Public Consultation for Strategic Environmental Assessment / Environmental Impact Assessments

2nd Round of Public Consultation for Strategic Environmental Assessment / Environmental Impact Assessments

The second round of public consultation stakeholder engagement meetings on Strategic Environmental Assessment & Environmental Impact Assessment for the Development of New Yangon City Masterplan were held from 1st – 8th April.  1st April — Ahlone Township’s Hall 2nd April — Khar Daw Mhee Monestary, Chaung Wa Monestary 3rd April — Seik Kyi Khanaung To, Twantay GAD […]

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Stakeholder Meeting for resettlement areas of New Yangon City

Stakeholder Meeting for resettlement areas of New Yangon City

Stakeholder Meeting for resettlement area New Yangon City was held at Twantay township, Upper Tamatakaw Village on March 12. Represented Kha-lauk-chike, Upper Ta-mar-ta-kaw, Ma-Ngay, Htein Kone, Kan Village, Byouk-Yoo, Kular-tan, Thone Eain, Than-phyu-yone, Lat-pan-gwa, Kyun-kalay, Gyaung- Waing, Alap-chaung from attended the meeting.
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George Yeo tapped for massive Yangon Development

George Yeo tapped for massive Yangon Development

Industrialisation effort will cover an area over twice S’pore’s size
Tan Hui Yee: Indochina Bureau Chief In Yangon
Singapore’s former foreign minister George Yeo has been tapped to help lead the development of a Yangon city extension billed to spur growth for Myanmar, just like what Shenzhen city did for China.

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