As a national pilot city for intensive land use, Sanya is strengthening efforts on the implementation of reasonable land supply policy to ensure the best land resources be used for the development of competitive industries, reports hinews.cn.
 
Sanya has allocated 145.4 hectares of land in 2010. Statistic from relevant documents showed that 58.6 hectares of land was earmarked for tourism-related projects, accounting for 40.4% of total land supply. Land use for residential properties was 54.3 hectares, accounting for 37.8%.
 
Besides, as the Sanya government has unveiled tough measures to rein in the city’s real estate sector, in 2010, land use for commercial residential properties accounted for 32.1% of total land supply while 67.9% for low-rent and affordable housing development.
 

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