The State Council approved an implementation plan on the construction projects of built-in service infrastructure in urban communities, according to a circular released on Nov 26.
The circular noted implementing the construction projects of built-in service facilities in urban communities or embedding functional facilities and supporting services in public spaces of urban communities or residential areas. This is essential in the construction of high-quality and inclusive public services available for grassroots and communities, and better meeting the people's demand for a better life.
According to the circular, big cities with a permanent urban population of more than 1 million implementing the plan will be prioritized, while about 50 pilot cities will be selected to construct built-in service infrastructure with about 100 pilot communities chosen in each pilot city.
By 2027, based on summarizing the experience and practices from the pilot cities and learning from the effective construction model, the plan will be rolled out to other cities and more communities steadily and orderly, enabling residents to enjoy high-quality and inclusive public services at their convenience.
The implementation plan refers to 13 measures that involve standardizing requirements for construction, stepping up supporting efforts and strengthening leadership for the implementation of the projects.