China News Service, Chongqing, November 24 (Zhang Xu) At the press conference on the results of the third national survey of Chongqing held on the 24th, Hu Wantai, secretary of the party group and director of the Chongqing Municipal Planning and Natural Resources Bureau, notified the third Chongqing Municipality Data and related information from the National Land Survey (hereinafter referred to as the "Three Adjustments").
According to the classification of the "three adjustments", the main land types in Chongqing are: 70,335,400 acres of forest land, 28,052,500 acres of arable land, 9,565,700 acres of urban, village and industrial and mining land, 4,208,800 acres of garden land, 4,075,600 acres of land for water and water conservancy facilities, transportation The land area is 2337,000 mu and the grassland is 354,600 mu.
According to Hu Wantai, from the data of the “three adjustments”, most of the arable land in Chongqing is sloping land, and the proportion of sloping land reaches 61.17%, of which 4.5576 million mu of sloping land is greater than 25 degrees.
Cultivated land in Chongqing is fragmented and scattered, which is a big feature. The overall quality of cultivated land is not very good.
From the perspective of regional distribution, 45.15% of the arable land is distributed in the main urban area, 35.09% of the arable land is distributed in the urban group in the Three Gorges Reservoir area in northeast Chongqing, and 19.76% of the arable land is distributed in the urban group in the Wuling mountainous area in southeast Chongqing. The spatial distribution of arable land is also unbalanced.
For the protection of cultivated land, Hu Wantai proposed four targeted measures.
The first is to combine the preparation of territorial and spatial planning at all levels, use the results of the "three adjustments" as the base and base map, and in accordance with the principle of ensuring that all should be preserved, rationally determine the amount of cultivated land, strictly delineate permanent basic farmland, and strictly observe the red line of cultivated land.
The second is to explore the implementation of the farmland protection "field chief system" and consolidate the responsibilities of local party committees and governments at all levels for farmland protection goals.
The amount of cultivated land and the location of the permanent basic farmland protection target zone are decomposed and issued step by step, as rigid indicators for strict assessment.
The third is to strictly control the use of cultivated land, resolutely curb the "non-agriculturalization" of cultivated land, strictly control the "non-grainization" of cultivated land, and strictly control the conversion of cultivated land to other agricultural land.
The fourth is to standardize and improve the balance of arable land occupation and replenishment to ensure that the quantity and quality of supplemented arable land are equal.