China News Service, Changsha, October 30 (Wang Haohao) Hunan officials released the road map for the integration of the Changsha, Zhuzhou, and Xiangtan regions on the 30th: by 2035, the regional integration of Changsha, Zhuzhou and Xiangtan. The development pattern has been fully formed, the equalization of basic public services has been basically realized, the interconnection of infrastructure has been fully realized, and the pattern of modern social governance has basically taken shape. It has become a modern city cluster with leading and international influence in central China.
On October 30, the Hunan Provincial Government held a press conference to officially release and interpret the "Changzhutan Regional Integrated Development Plan Outline" (hereinafter referred to as the "Planning Outline").
The Chang-Zhu-Tan area is the core growth pole of Hunan's development. The three cities are distributed along the Xiangjiang River in a "pin" shape, and the city centers are less than 50 kilometers apart.
From the formal proposal of the construction of the Chang-Zhu-Tan Economic Zone in 1984, to the implementation of the integrated development strategy of Chang-Zhu-Tan in 1997, and to the approval of the comprehensive supporting reform test for the construction of a national resource-saving and environment-friendly society in the Chang-Zhu-Tan urban agglomeration in 2007 District, the regional integration of Changsha, Zhuzhou and Tan has experienced decades of effective exploration.
Xu Yongjian, a member of the Party Group and Deputy Director of the Hunan Provincial Development and Reform Commission, stated that according to the "Planning Outline", by 2025, R&D (Scientific Research and Experimental Development) funds in the Changsha-Zhutan-Zhutan region will account for about 3% of the regional GDP, and the added value of high-tech industries will account for The regional GDP reached 35%; the transportation network supported by the "three trunks, two tracks and four connections" was basically formed, the Changsha "four-hour aviation economic circle" was successfully constructed, and the half-hour commuting circle was fully formed.
According to the "Planning Outline", by 2025, the regional GDP of Changsha, Zhuzhou and Xiangtan will reach 2.7 trillion yuan, an average annual growth rate of about 8%, per capita GDP will reach 165,000 yuan, and the per capita disposable income of urban residents will exceed 68,000 yuan; The urban population will reach 13 million, and the urbanization rate will reach 80%, creating a national central city.
In the future, Hunan will take the Xiangjiang River as the development axis, the Chang-Zhu-Tan ecological green core as the core, and rely on major transportation routes in the region to accelerate the close integration and co-urbanization of the three cities. "Three belts and multi-clusters" (the "three belts" are the central (Beijing-Guangzhou) development zone of Chang-Zhu-Tan, the northern (Chongqing Changsha) development zone and the southern (Shanghai-Kunming) development zone). structure.
The data shows that in 2019, the three cities of Changsha, Zhuzhou and Tan, with 14% of the land area and 22% of the population of Hunan Province, created more than 42% of the total economic output and fiscal revenue.