A few days ago, I learned from the Shandong Provincial Department of Land and Resources that “The Provincial Land and Resources Work Essentials 2017” issued this month clearly: Adjust the scale of real estate land supply reasonably, and reduce or even suspend residential land supply in third- and fourth-tier cities that are under pressure to destock. .
According to a report by Xinhua News Agency on February 21, a person in charge of the Shandong Provincial Department of Land and Resources introduced that "sampling the root cause and removing the inventory" is the main point of promoting supply-side structural reform this year. Shandong will reform and improve the real estate land supply system, implement a land security policy that maintains pressure and maintain pressure, and adhere to the classification and regulation, and take measures according to the city and place. Optimize the land supply structure, scientifically arrange the supply ratio of residential land, and support cities with large real estate inventory to rationally adjust undeveloped land in accordance with the law to develop social livelihood projects or state-supported industrial projects.
In order to strictly implement the policy of de-capacity, Shandong's land and resources department will continue to strictly control the land for new production and use of mines to promote the elimination of excess capacity. Strengthen the law enforcement supervision of land and minerals. It is strictly forbidden to supply land to enterprises with excess production capacity, and promptly process the mining rights certificates of shut-down mining enterprises to prevent the resumption of production from the resolved excess production capacity. Intensify the disposal of land assets involved in exiting enterprises, mergers and reorganizations, converting enterprises, and suspension of construction projects, continue to advance the disposal of land assets of some provincial-owned enterprise groups, and improve and implement support policies. Strictly control mining conditions, strictly implement national and provincial policies to resolve excess capacity, continue to suspend the approval of new coal mines and gypsum mines, and strictly control the approval of new cement limestone and glass sand (rock) mines.