Binjiang District Binjiang District, located on the South Bank of Qiantang River, is under the jurisdiction of Hangzhou City, Zhejiang Province. It originally belonged to Xiaoshan City, Zhejiang Province. On December 12, 1996, it was established by Xixing Town, Changhe Town and Puyan town. Binjiang District is adjacent to Xiaoshan District in the East and south.
It is composed of Hangzhou high tech Industrial Development Zone and Binjiang District. Hangzhou high tech Zone, founded in 1990, is one of the first batch of national high-tech industrial development zones approved by the State Council; Binjiang zone, with an area of 72.22 square kilometers, was established in December 1996. In June 2002, the two district management system was adjusted, and the implementation of the "two brands and a team", under 3 streets and 60 communities, was 455 thousand at the end of 2019, and 278 thousand and 200 registered residence.
In 2019, the GDP of Binjiang District will reach 159.22 billion yuan, with a year-on-year growth of 8.2%; the total fiscal revenue will reach 34.194 billion yuan, with a year-on-year growth of 5.9%; the general public budget revenue will reach 17.559 billion yuan, with a year-on-year growth of 6.5%. In the first half of 2020, the GDP of the whole region will reach 78.925 billion yuan, an increase of 7.0%, ranking first in the city; the total fiscal revenue will reach 20.967 billion yuan; the added value of industries above Designated Size will reach 30.3 billion yuan, an increase of 14.5%, ranking first in the city; the revenue of service industry above Designated Size will reach 110.6 billion yuan, an increase of 6.9%.
In November 2018, it was selected as one of the top 100 industrial districts in 2018.
The name of "Puyan" also comes from the ferry, which has been an important ferry in the north and south of Qiantang River since the spring and Autumn period and the Warring States period. Puyan is the Jiming market, where King Gou Jian of Yue sent his imperial edict to Wu.
According to historical records, Changxing Township was set up here in the third year of the Northern Song Dynasty and Taiping Xingguo (978), and it was renamed the four capitals in the 16th year of yuan and Zhiyuan (1279).
In the Qing Dynasty and Daoguang 11 (1831), it was called Puyan; in 1898, it was renamed "Yan" as "Yan". The former people called it "surrounded by mountains and water, with layers of mountains and murmurs of music. It is a beautiful resort in the southeast."
In 1996, with the approval of the provincial government, Puyan, Changhe and Xixing towns, which were subordinate to Xiaoshan City at that time, were assigned to Xihu District of Hangzhou city from May 1. On May 24, Donghu, Duhu and Hutou chensan villages in Xixing town were still under the jurisdiction of Xiaoshan City, belonging to Chengxiang town. Before the zoning adjustment, the area of Xiaoshan City was 1492.26 square kilometers, and the area of three towns was 72.04 square kilometers, accounting for 4.8% of Hangzhou. After the adjustment, the actual area of Hangzhou was 1420.22 square kilometers. The fourth boundary of Xiaoshan City is Shaoxing County in the East. Fuyang City and Binjiang District in the West. There is a boundary between Zhuji and the south. The northwest boundary is Binjiang District of Hangzhou city. Jianggan District, Yuhang District and Haining City are bounded in the north.
On December 12, 1996, a new Binjiang District was established in Hangzhou, which is composed of three towns: Xixing, Changhe and Puyan.
In 2001, Puyan town of Binjiang District abolished the Puyan residential area and the family Committee of Longshan Chemical Plant, and newly built Xinpu and Zhijiang communities; Xixing town abolished Xixing No.1, Xixing No.2, Xixing No.3 and Xixing No.4 residential areas, and newly built Xiling and hydropower communities; Changhe Town abolished Changhe No.1, Changhe No.2, Changhe No.3 and Changhe No.4 residential areas, and newly built Tiangong and Zhongxing communities.
On November 18, 2003, Zhejiang provincial government approved the adjustment of the administrative division of Binjiang District in Hangzhou: the organizational system of Xixing Town, Changhe Town and Puyan town in Binjiang District of Hangzhou was abolished, and the administrative region was directly under the jurisdiction of Binjiang District government. Within this scope, the adjustment and establishment of several sub district offices shall be handled by Hangzhou City in accordance with relevant regulations. On December 3, 2003, Hangzhou municipal government approved the establishment of offices in Xixing street, Changhe street and Puyan street of Binjiang District, with the same location, jurisdiction area and boundary as the original town.
In 2000, Binjiang District governed three towns.
In 2002, Binjiang District has jurisdiction over 3 towns, 6 communities and 29 administrative villages.
In 2003, Puyan town of Binjiang District abolished the system of Lianzhuang administrative village and built a new Lianzhuang community.
By the end of 2004, Binjiang District had jurisdiction over 3 streets, 7 communities and 28 administrative villages.
By the end of 2005, Binjiang District had jurisdiction over 3 streets, 12 communities and 23 administrative villages.
By 2019, Binjiang District has three streets: Xixing street, Changhe street, Puyan street and 60 communities.
Binjiang District is located in the south of Hangzhou City, Zhejiang Province, on the South Bank of the lower reaches of Qiantang River, about 7 kilometers away from the center of Hangzhou. The geographical coordinates are between 120 ° 07 ′ 01.28 ″ - 120 ° 13 ′ 51.51 ″ E and 30 ° 08 ′ 19.51 ″ - 30 ° 14 ′ 20.61 ″ n. Facing the river in the West and North, it faces Jianggan District, Shangcheng district and Xihu District of Hangzhou across the river, and borders Beigan street, Shushan street and Wenyan town of Xiaoshan District in the East and south. The maximum distance from east to west is 10.4 kilometers, and the maximum distance from north to south is 10.4 kilometers, covering an area of 72.22 square kilometers.
The riverside area is flat. Except for a small number of low hills such as Huilongshan, Guanshan and zihongling, it is a sandy plain formed by sediment deposition of Qiantang River. The geology belongs to the alluvial plain of Qiantang River with flat terrain. The natural elevation of the ground is 5.2-6.2m (the elevation of Yellow Sea). Within the range of 5-14m below the surface, there are silty sand and silty fine sand. The ground endurance is 100-120kpa. It can be used as the natural foundation and shallow pile foundation bearing layer of industrial and civil buildings. The structure of the earth is simple, the stability of the earth's crust is good, and there is no geological disaster such as earthquake.
There are five main irrigation rivers in Binjiang District, including Xinpu River, West permanent River, East permanent River, xiaoshishan Baima Lake water conveyance River and Shijia River, with a total length of 29.31 km.
Binjiang District has a subtropical monsoon climate, with an average annual temperature of 16.27 ℃, an average relative humidity of 6%, an average annual rainfall of 1452.5 mm, an average annual sunshine of 1899.9 hours, an average annual evaporation of 1235.3 mm, an annual frost free period of 248 days, and the annual dominant wind direction is southeast wind. The climate is mild, the sunshine is sufficient, the four seasons are distinct, the rain is abundant, and there is no frost damage and other disastrous climate.
The registered residence population registered at the end of 2019 in Binjiang District was 455 thousand. At the end of the year, the registered residence population was 278 thousand and 200, of which 140 thousand and 500 were males, 50.5% of the registered population, 137 thousand and 700 of women, accounting for 49.5% of the registered residence population.
In 2019, facing the complex situation of the risk challenges rising at home and abroad, the high tech Zone (Binjiang), guided by Xi Jinping's new socialist ideology with Chinese characteristics, focused on building the world's first class high-tech park, persisted in the new development concept, pulled up the development benchmark, solved the problems of development, and pushed forward the "digital economy strongest zone", "new city benchmarking area" and "China's happy life demonstration zone". ”With the rapid development of urban construction, the vitality of innovation has been continuously enhanced, urban construction has been upgraded, social undertakings have been reaped in an all-round way, and economic and social development has reached a new level.
According to preliminary calculation, the annual GDP was 159.22 billion yuan, an increase of 8.2% over the previous year. Among them, the added value of the primary industry was 70 million yuan, that of the secondary industry was 74.36 billion yuan, and that of the tertiary industry was 84.79 billion yuan, up - 8.9%, 9.4% and 7.2% respectively. The third industrial structure adjustment is 0.05:46.70:53.25. The per capita GDP of permanent residents is 375962 yuan (converted to 54499 US dollars according to the annual average exchange rate). According to the results of the fourth national economic census and the provisions of China's GDP accounting system, in 2018, the GDP of the whole region was revised to 144.87 billion yuan, and the added value structure of the three industries was 0.1:45.9:54.0. The added value of core industries of digital economy was 120.16 billion yuan, an increase of 16.5%, 8.3 percentage points higher than GDP growth, accounting for 75.5% of GDP, ranking first in the city.
Fiscal revenue and expenditure
The total fiscal revenue was 34.19 billion yuan, an increase of 5.9%; the general public budget revenue was 17.56 billion yuan, an increase of 6.5%, of which the tax revenue was 16.62 billion yuan, accounting for 94.6% of the general public budget revenue, of which the value-added tax, enterprise income tax and personal income tax were 6.98 billion yuan, 3.53 billion yuan and 2.9 billion yuan, accounting for 42.0%, 21.2% and 17.4% respectively. The annual general public budget expenditure was 12.37 billion yuan, an increase of 15.9%, including 10.78 billion yuan for people's livelihood, an increase of 19.4%, accounting for 87.1% of the general public budget expenditure. The expenditure on education and industrial support was 2.47 billion yuan and 3.23 billion yuan respectively, up 21.8% and 4.7% respectively.
According to the 5 ‰ population sampling survey of the whole district in 2019, the permanent resident population of the whole district at the end of the year was 455000, an increase of 63000 over the end of last year. At the end of the year, 278 thousand and 200 registered residence population, 140 thousand and 500 of whom were male, 137 thousand and 700 female, accounting for 50.5% and 49.5% of the registered residence respectively. In the whole year, 4573 people were born, with a birth rate of 16.44 ‰; 680 people died, with a mortality rate of 2.44 ‰, and a natural growth rate of 14.00 ‰. The population density is 6302 people / km2. In the whole year, 18772 new jobs were created, an increase of 21.1%, and the registered urban unemployment rate was 1.8%.
Binjiang District is connected with the main urban area of Hangzhou by four Qiantang River bridges, which are divided from west to East
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