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Construction of the two large-scale parks on the Central Axis of Dongcheng District officially started on March 16

  In 2019, taking into account the application of the Central Axis to be list as a world heritage, Dongcheng District plans to build the 16,000-m2Ande Urban Forest Park (North Central Axis) and the 18,970-m2 Yandun Park (South Central Axis) along the Central Axis. The two large-scale parks are meant to increase urban greenness volume. Both projects officially started construction on March 16.

  The constructions of Ande Urban Forest Park and Yandun Park are key projects of a new round of large-scale afforestation and urban forest construction in Beijing in 2019. These projects are also the key tasks reported in Beijing and Dongcheng government work reports (word-for-word project).

  Ande Urban Forest Park is located along the North Central Axis, at the junction of the North Central Axis and the North Second Ring Road (northeast corner of Zhongloubei Bridge). It stretches north to Ande Road, south to Xibinhe Road at Andingmen, west to Gulouwai Street, and east to Intercontinental Tower, covering a total area of about 16,000 m2. The project adheres to the concept of urban forests, and takes into account the characteristics of the surrounding areas to feature close-to-nature, autumn landscape and light sports. With tall local trees as the general structure, the park highlights forest features such as fruits hidden in colorful leaves, birds attracted by honey, and green ground cover, creating an ecological landscape characterized by closeness to nature. The park starts from people's basic feeling sense, and try to establish the connection between people and forests in various approaches, thus satisfying the diversified needs of the surrounding residents for daily leisure, fitness and sightseeing. At the same time, it focuses on green, low-carbon and recycling topics, as demonstrated by the environmentally-friendly materials, small rain gardens, etc., creating a variety of habitats for birds and insects. After completion, the "close-to-nature" landscape with verdant forests, birds and fragrant flowers will effectively enhance the environmental quality of the surrounding areas, and help to form an urban forest park with rich biodiversity and harmonious symbiosis between human and nature. This year, Dongcheng District is planning to celebrate the 35th Beijing Voluntary Tree Planting Day at the project site.

  Yandun Park is located at the outer side of the South Second Ring Road, east to Yongdingmenwai Street, along the railway in the north, and south to Gexinli Community. Yandun Cultural Site in the park is the southernmost point of Beijing's Central Axis. With a total area of 18,970 m2, the park sets "urban forest +" as the main design concept, and mainly plants tall local trees to build a "close-to-nature" forest landscape of "multiple layers, different plant ages and mixed species"; explore regional cultural characteristics and pay attention to the protection and promotion of Yandun historical relics and culture; pave forested sidewalks and create leisure facilities, etc., to meet the needs of the surrounding residents; advocate for the design and construction of rain-collecting ecological green space, and reasonably consider the disposal and recycling of construction waste to reflect the concept to build a conservation-oriented, ecological and recycling park. After completion, it will be integrated with the first phase of the park in the west to effectively improve the landscape quality of the South Central Axis and better serve the surrounding residents.

  At present, the two projects are proceeding with construction and site preparation, as well as preparatory work for tree planting. It is projected to complete all the construction at the end of August