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Important Projects

I.    Review the Usage Plan for Recovered Houses and Lands of Family Quarters Proposed by Central Government Agencies

The implementation period of the “Inventory of Family Quarters of the Central Government Agencies Project” expired in 2020, and there are over 3,000 households remaining, which were included as a regular operation for performance verified by the Executive Yuan. The agencies shall recover national houses and lands used for family quarters of civil servants in residential districts, commercial districts, and industrial districts within the urban planning area, and the type A, B, C, and D non-urban building lands. For national houses and lands that are planned to be used for other public purposes, use plans shall be filed with the housing authorities, which will be forwarded to the Ministry of Finance for review and approval. As of the end of 2022, seven agencies (including Taiwan Taitung District Court) were approved to manage 31 houses and land of family quarters by using them as dormitories and cultural education and creative performance spaces, in accordance with the usage plan, which helped control the usage efficacy of national real estate in core areas.

II.   Execute “Phase II Plan for Strengthening Clean-Up of Occupied National Non-Public Use Real Estate”

In 2022, a survey regarding 29,438 plots (entries) of occupied land and the handling of 4,319 hectares of occupied lands and 74 occupied buildings (households) of houses were scheduled. Surveys of 30,356 plots (entries) of land and the handling of 4,380 hectares of land and 92 buildings (households) of houses were actually completed.

III.  Promote the beautification and greenification of the national non-public use land to increase recreational land for people

In accordance with the “Disposal Directions for National Non-public Use Land Provided for Afforestation and Beautification Purposes,” national nonpublic use land, which have not been disposed or appropriated for a utilization project or institutional use, should be provided to local governments to conduct greenification and beautification and construct a new urban landscape. By the end of 2022, 427 hectares were provided, equivalent to 16.5 Daan Forest Parks, for greenification and beautification. It can absorb CO2 discharge, contribute to environmental protection and decrease carbon emissions significantly.

IV.   Disposition of old military dependents’ villages

With the approval of the Executive Yuan, the Ministry of Defense was allowed to build or dispose the national land into residential zones listed in the record according to the Act for Rebuilding Old Quarter for Military Dependents, free of the restrictions set forth in National Property Act. The Ministry of Defense consulted the professionalism and experience of the NPA in disposing real estate. The NPA helped assess the price and selling by tender of real estate, and approved the “Guidelines to the Assessment and for Sale by Tender of Old Military Dependents’ Village and Reconstruction of National Real Estate entrust managed by the National Property Administration, Ministry of Finance” as guidelines for execution. By the end of 2022, it tendered the reconstruction projects of old military dependents’ villages and earned NT$197.2 billion.

V.   Execute “Project for the Restoration, Management, and Conservation of National Non-Public Use Cultural Heritage Sites”

According to Paragraph 2, Article 8 of the Cultural Heritage Preservation Act, owners or managing agencies (institutions) of public cultural heritage shall budget for and handle the preservation, restoration, management and conservation of such cultural heritage. The NPA manages a large number of cultural heritages (as many as 338 in 2022). In addition to the continuous revitalization and utilization according to relevant laws and regulations, the NPA strengthened the management and maintenance of cultural heritages that have not been provided for use. Therefore, the NPA requested budgets since 2019 and received a budget of NT$20 million in 2019, NT$5 million in 2020, and NT$9.05 million in 2021 for the restoration of two historic buildings, Kinoshita Seigai’s former residence and Tainan Three-Mountain-Kings Temple. However, the overall funding for the restoration, management, and maintenance of cultural assets, as compared with the needs, remains insufficient. To solve the funding insufficiency, the NPA visited the Bureau of Cultural Heritage, Ministry of Culture, and adopted recommendations from the Bureau to formulate the “Project for Restoration, Management, and Maintenance of National Non-public Use Cultural Assets” to secure project funding. As of the end of 2022, the NPA completed the restoration and reuse projects (survey and research) of six cultural assets, one restoration project of cultural asset in progress (80% complete), and completed 413 patrol inspections of cultural assets.

VI.   Execute the “Enhanced Promotional Project to Collaborate with the Authorities of Target Enterprises to Jointly Improve and

        Utilize Non-public Use National Real Estate”

The NPA strictly adhered to Article 47 of the National Property Act to collaborate with the authorities of target enterprises, in the matters of the construction of sightseeing hotels, leisure or vacation parks, recreation zones, malls, markets, bus stations, cinema complexes, software parks, industrial zones, and long-term care centers, to provide concrete cases to attract the investment of the private sector and professional capital to activate the economy and increase sustainable financial income and government revenue. The Plan also provides people with better quality of life and helps the government to achieve overall performance goals. To quickly implement this operation, on July 4, 2016 the “Enhanced Promotional Project to Collaborate with Authorities of Target Enterprises to Jointly Improve and Utilize Non-public Use National Real Estate” was made and a promotion team was formed to enhance the tracing and monitoring of the progress of joint improvement and utilization and copy successful experiences to promote the activation. By the end of 2022, for joint improvement and utilization of national non-public use real estate with relevant responsible authorities (institutions) for target businesses, there are 68 cases with contracts of improvement and utilization signed and existing, and the estimated total income shall be over NT$30.2 billion.


Release date:2020-02-12 Last updated:2023-07-10