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Approved Specialization 1 - Pamayanang Maliksi

Approved Specialization 1 - Pamayanang Maliksi

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An undergraduate case study of a socialized housing project in General Trias, Cavite, Philippines
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PAMAYANANG MALIKSI

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Cavite Mass Housing Project

Pamayanang maliksi
A cavite mass housing project

PROJECT OVERVIEW
General Trias, Cavite has become a first-class province and a highly urbanized center whose high growth rate is unsurpassed in the country. And in order to meet that high growth, a dream turned reality − mass housing project has just been doing that. The Development of Pamayanang Maliksi in General Trias, Cavite was first initiated by Hon. Erineo “Ayong” Maliksi in contributing to the province’s priority agenda in providing decent living conditions for its working population and effectively reduce poverty in the Philippines, especially among the urban poor. In particular, Pamayanang Maliksi has been the first mass housing project of the province and the first local Government Unit Public-Private-Partnership venture in the Philippines through a 53hectare property that offers 6,000 low-cost housing units for Cavite’s blue collar workers. The project is spearheaded by the provincial government in partnership with developer R-II Builders Inc. with P400 million funding from the Asian Development Bank’s (ADB) Development of Poor Urban Communities Sector Project (DPUCSP). The Housing and Urban Development Coordinating the housing sector, and the Development Bank project. This groundbreaking project was held last March 14, 2008 of which have the been beneficiaries’ Loan. applications of the Philippines (DBP), as development bank, are co executing the Council, as oversight agency of

approved through the Pag-IBIG Funding

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Socialized And Economic Housing [ BP 220}

PAMAYANANG MALIKSI:
Cavite Mass Housing Project

The said project has a relending component for site development and secure tenure to qualified local government units (LGU), nongovernment organizations, private sector developers and similar project proponents. It finances the acquisition of serviced plots, construction of new housing units, improvements to existing housing and microenterprise credit facilities. It provides capacity building and project implementation support to beneficiary local communities, LGUs and other project proponents. Homeowners who have already moved in are enticed by the spacious roads that match the more affluent housing subdivisions, amenities like a clubhouses, courts and playgrounds in each of the five clusters, and ready drainage, water line and power connections. A public school is also built within the site. This housing project is a part of the so called “modern revolution in Cavite” in showcasing a more progressive and prolific Cavite in the future.

PROJECT PROFILE
Name of Owner HON. ERINEO S MALIKSI as

representative of the province of Cavite Name of Developer R-II BUILDERS, INC. as represented by Mr. Leopoldo T. Sanchez Name of Project PAMAYANANG MALIKSI (Cavite Mass Housing Project) AREA (Has.) 53.8117 has (Gross Area) 52.654557 has (Net Development Area)

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Right Over Land With deed of Absolute Sale for Lot 3305 between Province of Cavite & Heavenly Garden Devt. Corp. as notarized by Atty. Arnel D. Nadias dated December 10, 2007. Evaluation Of Facts: With letter of application filed by Hon. Erineo “Ayong” Maliksi dated May 8, 2008; With ECCR4A-0805-199-8410 aprroved by Mr. Allan L. Leuterio and Jessie A. Conde dated May With SP Res. 158-S-2008 declaring Lot 3305 (TCT-29741) is located in Gen. Trias; 20, 2008; 2003-05. Development Permit: DP-06-2008 Approved Land Use Plan: Gross Area Excluded Area 538,117.00 sq.m. 11,571,43 sq.m. 526,545.57 sq.m. (100%)

With annotation of the submitted plans with regard to compliance on Provincial Ordinance

Net Area for Development Non-saleable Area Roads Parks/Playground Community Facilities Easement Saleable Area Commercial Residential Number of Lots Density Classification

212,036.97 sq.m. 181,237.77 sq.m. 19,699.91 sq.m. 7,835.34 sq.m. 3,263.95 sq.m. 314,508.6 sq.m. 19,397.05 sq.m. 295,111.55 sq.m. 6,214 Lots 115.5 Lots/Hectares

(40.27%) (34.42%) (3.74%) (1.49%) (0.62%) (59.83%) (3.68%) (56.05%)

ECONOMIC HOUSING (BP 220)

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PROJECT DEVELOPMENT PROFILE

Site: Vicinity Map

SITE Brgy. Pasong Kawayan II General Trias, Cavite

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Location Map

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MASTER SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN

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Number of Housing Units The subdivision/project has a total land area of 538,117.00 sq.m. or 53.80 hectares which is divided into five (5) phases with a total number of 4,794 residential lots/units divided roughly as follows: Phase I Phase II Phase III Phase IV Phase V 957 units 921 units 855 units 941 units 1120 units

Building Type There are two building/housing types or housing models at Pamayanang Maliksi, namely: Single Attached Type and Duplex type. SINGLE ATTACHED

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SPECIFICATIONS
Lot Area: 64 sqm. Floor Area: 30 sqm Provision for loft / mezzanine Toilet and bath Flush-type water closet With kitchen sink Jalousy type window Cement-finish flooring

DUPLEX TYPE

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SPECIFICATIONS
Lot Area: 48 sqm. Floor Area: 22.55 sqm Provision for loft / mezzanine Toilet and bath Flush-type water closet With kitchen sink Jalousy type window Cement-finish flooring

Land Area The total land area is 538,177.00 square meters or 53.80 hectares, divide as follows;

Phase I Phase II Phase III Phase IV Phase V

111,989.74 sq.m. 102,966.14 sq.m. 107,245.33 sq.m. 112,911.91 sq.m. 103,003.89 sq.m. -

Lot Types and Areas There are several types of lot in the subdivision, namely: residential, commercial and community facility lot areas. For residential areas, House Type Duplex Single-attached Lot areas 48.00 sq.m. 64.00 sq.m.

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For commercial areas located along the main street and inside each phase, around the village center, the average floor area is 28.00 sq.m. with dimensional properties of 3.50 m x 8.00 m. For community facility area, located at the main center of the subdivision, which serves as a location for schools, central clubhouse, police station and playgrounds, the total area is 8,067.85 square meters or 0.81 hectare. CLUBHOUSE and PLAYGROUND

Water Facility, School and Police Station

Commercial Areas

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Economic Zones
EPZA FCIE Gateway Trece Martires City Hall Provincial Capitol Tanza Cavite Town Proper St. Jude Chapel

Distance
in km Radius 8.00 15.00 15.00 7.50 7.50 8.00 7.50

Economic Centers
Public Market Talipapa Walter Mart McDonalds Jollibee Elementary/High School College

Distance
in km Radius 7.50 3.00 12.00 8.00 7.50 2.00 7.50

PROFILE OF THE BENEFICIARIES
Beneficiaries The target beneficiaries of the project Pamayanang Maliksi Mass Housing are the community in the province of Cavite. The market belongs particularly to Class C Cavite’s blue collar job workers but it is not constrained to them. The housing project also recognizes the class C Filipino from other province or city. At least 10 percent of the provincial government’s employees make up the current crop of home buyers since the site is just 10 kilometers away from the capitol. Factory workers in ecozones make up half, a third are employees outside the ecozones, while the rest are teachers, military, selfemployed and overseas workers. Most of those beneficiaries rented a house, apartment, boarding house which has same rate as their amortization. Economic Level or Class type Beneficiaries The market of the housing project belongs to Class C of the population specifically with blue collar jobs. The average annual income of qualified beneficiaries is at an average of Php 240,000.00 and below, with the capacity to pay a minimum of Php 2,100.00 monthly amortization. Most of them are in the P6,000 to P15,000 monthly income bracket, are regularly employed and Pag-IBIG members. Number of Household per Unit The number of household per unit is one (1), with an average of five (5) members.

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Units Occupied From a total of 4,794 units, 1,060 were occupied.

MARKETING
Marketing Scheme In promoting the housing project the marketing team/staff of the project uses many advertising schemes. First they had motorcades around the province of Cavite, they prepared flyers to be spread out also in other province and city especially in malls. They joined also in the housing exposition. A facebook account is also added to promote the housing project. And through also Gov. Maliksi where the project name Pamayanang Maliksi came, the project became know because of many connections. Payment Scheme The management of the development uses two mode of payment; first is the “over the counter scheme” where the homeowners can directly pay to Pag ibig payment counter or to banks like Metrobank. Second is the “collection agreement”, in this scheme the developer set up a collection body to collect all the payments and then remitted it all to Pag-Ibig. In cases where a homeowner was not able to pay amortization for three consecutive months the units can be “buy back” by the government. They will be given only 60 days for grace period and 5 months to fix the issue if they will be given chance to avail again their unit. While if only postponement in the amortization happened an estimated .5% of the total payment will be added. Process of Availing Units The Cavitenos or other Filipino who wants to avail units can inquire through Pag-ibig and Provincial Housing Offices or directly to the marketing office of Pamayanang Maliksi. Requirements and process are then explained to them according to Pag-ibig housing guidelines. Requirements

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Must be an active PAG-IBIG member Valid ID (Xerox copy and attach to MSVS) Cedula Recent Proof of Billing (MERALCO and Water Bill) Marriage Contract (Xerox copy certified by NSO) 1X1 Picture Brgy. Clearance Post Dated Check (PDC)/ (Two Years)

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS OF LOCAL EMPLOYED    Notarized certificate of employment with compensation 1 month latest payslip ITR (Income Tax Return)

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENT FOR SELF EMPLOYED      Audited F/S ITR DTI Mayor’s Permit or Tax Payments Sketch of Business Address-Subject to credited Information

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR OFW (POP)  Authenticated & updated contract of employment After all the requirements are passed Pag-ibig will assess all the application and the applicant will wait for the confirmation of the acceptance of housing loan. If the application is confirmed the applicant/ beneficiary will choose a lot and not directly the constructed housing unit. They will be given notice and transferring time after the construction. Monthly Amortization and Number Of Months Or Years To Pay The amortization differs from the type of housing unit and years of payment the beneficiary will prefer to avail.

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LOAN TERM (HDMF/ Pag-ibig Fund) 5 YRS DUPLEX SINGLE 6,016/mo 8,023/mo 10 YRS 3,547/mo 4,731/mo 15 YRS 2,747/mo 3,665/mo 20 YRS 2,366/mo 3,156/mo 25 YRS 2,149/mo 2,867/mo 30 YRS 2,015/mo 2,688/mo

Percentage of Monthly Amortization with the Monthly Income of the Beneficiaries The percentage of monthly amortization segmented form the monthly income of the beneficiary ranges from 15% to 40 % which clearly shows that they are not majorly affected financially by the amount of amortization they have to pay.

PAMAYANANG MALIKSI ECONOMIC HOUSING ASSESSMENT TO BP 220

RULE III:Minimum Design Standards and Requirements for economic and Socialized Housing Sec. 5. Basis and objectives of the minimum design standards. A. Protection and safety of life, limb, property and general public welfare. B. Basic needs of human settlements.

BP 220

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C. Affordability levels of target market

D. Location

The security in individual units is inefficient because of lack in identifiable fence. The Pamayanang Maliksi meets the basic services like potable water, proper movement and circulation within the development, adequate storm drainage and power, efficient solid and waste disposal, and properly designed park/playground. It affords the level of target market, because the beneficiaries have an employment opportunity that could support the monthly amortization. The site is a developed area which characterized by the predominant presence of utility systems or networks especially water supply, roads and power.

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Sec. 6. Technical Guidelines. A. Suitability of Site

B. Allowance for future development

C. Land Allocation

D. Integration of project site with adjacent property and to the total development context of the city/municipality.

Sec. 7. Design Standards and Planning Considerations A. Water Supply

Pamayanang Maliksi is situated in a prospective site which reassured a healthful, safe and environmentally sound community life. The terrain is preferable where the developer has capabilities to develop for habitation at reasonable cost with assurance of stability for vertical construction. The housing projects is conformed with its Zoning Ordinance, and it also have a reasonable distance from its basic needs. There is a sufficient provisoin for possible future improvement or expansion, as in the prescription of lot sizes, rights-of-way of roads, open space, allocation of areas for common uses and facilities. The project has a 35% saleable land area with an effective circulation system. It also has a proper allocation of community facilities which is centrally located to serve maximum member of population it is preferably near the park/playgrounds. Land allocation and alignment of the various utilities (roads, drainage, power and water) of the subdivision is aligned and integrated with those of existing networks as well as projects outside the boundaries of the project site, e.g., access roads (road connecting project site to the nearest public road). The hierarchy of roads (with respect to function and dimensions) was properly observed when planning the road network within the project site. The water supply of the development is coming from the water tank which come from the deep well by up-feed water system. This system is supplied by the developer because there is no available water supplier that would continuously served the whole community like Maynilad. The circulation system within the site is in accordance to BP 220 where the width of the major road is 8.00 meters and minor road of 5.00 meters. In the dead end they provide a turnaround space which is 50m or less. It

B. Circulation System

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C. Drainage System

D. Sewage Disposal System

E. Electrical Power Supply

F. Lot sizes

considered the access and safety e.g. adequate radius, minimum number of roads at intersections, moderate slope/grade, adequate sight distance, no blind corners, etc. There is a clear street names within the community. The drainage system is a catchment area for drainage discharges which provided for and developed by the developer/owner in consultation with local authorities or private entities concerned, to prevent flooding of adjacent property. The said catchment safe and maintained and become part of the park/playground requirement. For the sewage disposal of the development they use the septic tank, where in duplex type they use communal septic tanks. Drainfield area of affluent is 25.00 meters minimum distance from any sources of water (well, spring, etc.). There is an available source of electricity, previously they used a generator but later on they supplied by Meralco where they allocate sufficient land area for power supply facilities. Duplex Type: Lot Area: 48 sqm. Floor Area: 22.55 sqm Single Detached:

G. Block Length Maximum block length is 250 meters. Block length exceeding 250 meters, but not beyond 400 meters, shall be provided by an alley at midlength. H. Easements I. Other Facilities Garbage Disposal System 200 meters. The easements in development are integrated with utility network/part of right of way. Garbage disposal is undertaken by the local government or in the absence thereof by individual lot owners, but always observe sanitary practices and methods.

Sec. 8. Building Design Standards and Guidelines.

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A. Single Family Dwelling 1. Height Limitation — Maximum number of stories is two (2). 2. Unit Planning a. Access to the Property. — Direct access to the single-family dwelling shall be provided by means of an abutting public street, alley or pathway. b. Access to the dwelling unit. — An independent means of access to the dwelling unit shall be provided without trespassing adjoining properties. Acceptable means of access to the rear yard of the dwelling unit shall be provided without passing through any other dwelling unit or any other yard. c. Open space requirements. — Open spaces shall be located totally or distributed anywhere within the lot in such a manner as to provide maximum light and ventilation into the building. TABLE 6 PRIVATE OPEN SPACE REQUIREMENT Percent of Open Space Type of Lot Residential All Others a. Interior lot (located in the interior of a block made accessible or alley by means of a private access road). 50% 25% b. Inside lot (non-corner or single frontage lot) 20% 15% c. Corner and/or through lot 10% 15% d. Lots bounded on three (3) or more sides by public open spaces such as streets, easement of seashores, rivers, esteros, etc. 5% 5% d. Sizes and Dimensions of Courts and Yards. —

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The minimum horizontal dimension of courts and yards shall be not less than 2.0 meters. All inner courts shall be connected to a street of yard, either by a passageway with a minimum width of 1.20 meters or by a door through a room or rooms. Every court shall have a width of not less than 2.0 meters for one and two-storey buildings. However, this may be reduced to not less than 1.50 meters in cluster living units such as quadruplexes, rowhouses and the like one or two storeys in height with adjacent courts with an area of not less than 3.00 square meters. Provided, further, that the separation walls or fences, if any, shall be not higher than 2.00 meters. Irregularly shaped lots such as triangular lots and the like whose courts may be also triangular in shape may be exempted from having a minimum width of 2.0 meters, provided that no side thereof shall be less than 3.0 meters. e. Abutments. — Abutments may be permitted on all sides provided that: a. A fire wall starting from the ground level and extending at least 0.30 meters from the roof line is constructed. b. There shall be no opening on the party fire wall c. The fire wall shall have a minimum of one-hour fire resistive rating. 3. Building Design Standards a. Space Standards.

b. Floor Area Requirement. — c. Ceiling Heights d. Openings 1. Doors

Spaces within the dwelling structure are distributed in an economical, efficient and practical manner so as to afford the maximum living comfort and convenience and to insure health and safety among the occupants. It provide complete living facilities for one family including provisions for living, sleeping, laundry, cooking, eating, bathing and toilet facilities. The floor is 24.00 square meters. The dwellings has a minimum headroom clearance of 2 meters. Door height: 2.10 meters Door width: Main Door 0.90 meters Service Door/ : 0.80 meters Bedroom Door 0.70 meters

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2. Windows

Bathroom Door 0.60 meters Windows height: 1.2meters Windows height from flooring line 0.90 meters Windows width:0.60 each panel They utilize a roofing material that is impervious to water. They provided at least one light outlet and one convenience outlet per activity area. The fireblock is the masonry construction (e.g., cement hollow blocks, bricks, reinforced concrete, etc.), at least 4" thick, and extend from the lowest portion of the wall adjoining the 2 living units up to the point just below the road covering or purlins. The fire wall of masonry construction, is 4" thick, and extend vertically from the lowest portion of the wall adjoining the living units up to a minimum height of 0.30 meters above the highest point of the roof attached to it the fire wall shall also extend horizontally up to a minimum distance of 0.30 m. beyond the outermost edge of the abutting living units.

e. Roofing. f. Electrical Requirements. g. Fireblocks.

h. Abutments.

B. Multi-Family Dwellings 1. Plot Planning a. Access to the property. b. Access to the dwelling..

Direct vehicular access to the property is provided by means of an abutting improved public street or alley An independent means of access is provided to each dwelling, or group of dwellings in a single plot, without trespassing adjoining properties. Each dwelling is being capable of maintenance without trespassing adjoining properties. Utilities and service facilities is independent for each dwelling unit. Each dwelling unit is provided with a sanitary means for the removal of garbage and trash There is an independent means of access to each living units without passing through any yard of a living unit or any other yard. Portions of the property is designed or used for non-residential use provided the type of non- residential use is harmonious or

c. Access to living units. d. Non-residential use..

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e. Open Space Requirements. f. Parking Requirements. 2. Building Design Stamps a. Living Units. b. Exits. c. Corridors and Exterior Exit Balconies. d. Common Stairways. e. Utilities and Services. 1. Water Supply.

compatible with the residential character of the property. Some examples of allowable non-residential uses are garages, carports, cooperative store, and structures for the homeowners' association. There are some portions of the property that is devoted to open space to provide for adequate light, ventilation and fire safety. There’s a (1) parking space for every twenty (20) living units is provided. The minimum floor area of the dwellings is36 square meters. The number of exits in each unit is two, it has a width of not less than 0.80 meters. Every corridor has a width of 1.50 meters in width. The stairs has a clear width of 0.90 meters, with a riser height of 0.20 m. and a run of 0.25 m. Water supply adequately in amount and reasonably free from chemical and physical impurities; a main service connection and a piping system with communal faucets to serve the common areas like the garden, driveways, is provided. The main power service is provided with a main circuit to service common lighting as well as common power needs of the dwelling. Like the water system, however, branch circuits with separate meters were established to service the individual living units. Surface run-offs is channeled to appropriate repositories. Treatment is a communal septic tank, and it is discharge to an existing public sewerage systems. There is an adequate services for regular collection and disposal of garbage and rubbish. All construction is conformed to the latest edition of Philippine Structural Code. All electrical systems, equipment and installation is conformed to the latest edition

2. Power Supply/Electrical Service.

3. Drainage System 4. Sewage Disposal System 5. Garbage Disposal System C. General Construction Requirements 1. Structural Requirements 2. Electrical Requirements

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3. Sanitary Requirements 4. Construction Materials

of Philippine Electrical Code. All the sanitary systems and materials is conformed to the latest edition of National Plumbing Code. They use an indigenous materials that ensures a building g life span at least 25 years.

GUIDE QUESTIONS FOR SURVEY
OBJECTIVE: To review and asses the project development and the current living conditions of the beneficiaries and make comparisons to the standards set by Batas Pambansa Bilang 220, otherwise known as the Socialized and Economic Housing Act. Rest assured that all the information gathered shall be used for academic purposes only in partial fulfillment of the requirements in the architectural subject Approved Specialization 1. 1. Household size      No. of family member: No. of family with occupation: Occupations: Monthly income: Monthly amortization:

2. Is the electricity supply sufficient? 3. Is the water supply sufficient? 4. Are there any problems in drainage and waste water systems? 5. Are there any livelihood opportunities within the development or any accessible means of livelihood outside the development? 6. Is the site accessible to basic amenities or facilities such as markets, schools, hospitals, etc? 7. What are the common problems encountered inside the unit or house? (quality of materials, circulation, ventilation, spaces) 8. What are the common problems encountered within the community? 9. Are you aware of the Home Owners’ Association? Are there implementations of programs, as well as rules and regulations in the community?

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10. What are your recommendations or suggestions with regards to the services, facilities and totality of the development? 11. Would you consider this development as a “decent” place to live in?

SUMMARY OF FINDINGS
1. Household size Most household interviewed were composed of 3-6 members. All respondent household have at least 1-2 members in their family that have an occupation ranging from employments like construction worker, analog technician, maintenance officer, traffic enforcer, truck driver, clerk, and factory worker to professions like nursing assistant, senior bartender at a premier hotel, and supervisor at a security agency. Estimated average income of the respondents fall in between P8, 000.00 - P15, 000.00 a month. 2. Is the electricity supply sufficient? The electricity supply in general is sufficient tapping from a sub-meter of Meralco though most respondents complained of the discrepancy in their monthly bill payments. Most are requesting for their own direct service entrance as soon as the development is finished. 3. Is the water supply sufficient? Water is as also sufficient coming from a deep well source linked into separate water tanks that supplies potable water to households of every phase. 4. Are there any problems in drainage and waste water systems? No complaints were found regarding the drainage and waste water systems.

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5. Are there any livelihood opportunities within the development or any accessible means of livelihood outside the development? Commercial lots are also sold as part of the development though in general there are not much livelihood opportunities within the site. A number of household rely in their micro-businesses (mostly sari-sari stores) to put on income for their daily expenses. The development itself is surrounded with residential subdivisions but is just a tricycle- and a jeepney-ride away from EPZA, Rosario and FCIE that is dynamically thriving with economic opportunities. 6. Is the site accessible to basic amenities or facilities such as markets, schools, hospitals, etc? There is an elementary and secondary school already in operation inside the development where most children of the beneficiaries go to study. A public playground, maternity clinic and a clubhouse also stand in the middle of Phase 5 that is already nearing its completion. Other basic amenities such as the police station and chapel are yet to rise. There is a ‘talipapa’ just outside the development where they get their immediate daily supplies. A hospital and big markets are proximate and are also a tricycle- and a jeepney- ride away. Shortcut roads and other points of entry are as well expected by the completion of the development. 7. What are the common problems encountered inside the unit or house? (quality of materials, circulation, ventilation, spaces) Complaints regarding the house were moderate. There are is no ceiling so it is considerably hot. Some even complained about the quality of the finishing of concrete works in their walls and flooring. Hairline cracks were visible to some. Models are basically an open box-typed plan. Insulation, interior divisions, modifications, and extensions are completely up to the expense of the homeowner which is really inconvenient to some.

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8. What are the common problems encountered within the community? Loud neighbors and minor domestic quarrel have been complained but in general, homeowners are quite satisfied and happy with whom they share the community with. Security concerns were also raised as there is no perimeter fence yet surrounding the development. The absence of streetlight also makes the community a ‘ghost-town’ at night. Consistency in the implementation of curfew for the youth is also desirable. 9. Are you aware of the Home Owners’ Association? Are there implementations of programs, as well as rules and regulations in the community? The development is only nearing two years old and an only estimated 35 percent of its totality has been completed. There are no Home Owners’ Association yet there exist an elected set of officers for every street they termed ‘street leaders’ that act as an overseeing body to facilitate the concerns in their neighborhood. An initiative association with elected officers was put up by households in Phase 2 to act the same. Home owners are waiting for a total of 70 percent occupation in the development before they could put up an association. 10. What are your recommendations or suggestions with regards to the services, facilities and totality of the development?      Streetlights are put up to make it less worrisome at night. Strict implementation and compliance to the curfew. Cleaning of roads just as the developers did during the early stages of occupancy of some household. Provision of vegetation to reduce heat. Immediate response to the complaints of the homeowners.

11. Would you consider this development as a “decent” place to live in? Though not perfect and needs improvement, almost all respondents replied yes.

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CONCLUSION
Pamayanang Maliksi is one of local government move of creating a mass housing for the unprivileged and homeless people. More than 6,000 Caviteño families will benefit from the low-cost shelter program of the Provincial Government of Cavite under the leadership of Gov. Ayong S. Maliksi. This Mass Housing Project is located in a 53-hectare property in Pasong Kawayan II, Gen. Trias, Cavite in partnership with R-II Builders, Inc. It offers residential unit in single-attached type and duplex type, encompassing the basic amenities and facilities of the residents as market, schools, health center and Primary and secondary roads within the community.

This case study concludes that Pamayanang Maliksi has complied with the standards and guidelines set by Batas Pambansa Bilang 220, otherwise known as the Socialized and Economic Housing Act. It intended the minimum requirements within the generally accepted levels of safety, health and ecological considerations. Basic needs of human settlements as water, electricity, movement and circulation, storm drainage, solid and liquid waste disposal, Park or playground were given priority in the development. Affordability is impartial for its reasonable price of land and shelter. Location of the project is located within suitable site for housing and outside potential hazard prone and protection areas, subjected to its target beneficiaries. Based on the survey performed, the researchers have concluded that the residents of the Pamayanang Maliksi are fulfilled and comfortable with the mass housing project. The basics needs of the residents are met and they are grateful of benefiting this kind of program. In totality, housing project is considered by the residents as a decent housing. They have enlightened that “for a house to be a decent one, living individual within should be decent”. Other facilities are to be constructed including a health center, elementary and high school, and chapel for different religions, market will be built inside the community to cater the basic needs of the residents.

APPROVED SPECIALIZATION 1

Socialized And Economic Housing [ BP 220}

PAMAYANANG MALIKSI:
Cavite Mass Housing Project

Inter-modal transport system will be implemented as the means of transportation. Livelihood programs will be implemented by the provincial government to help families start their small businesses. Fulfilment of the resident will accounts upon the completion of the whole project. Pamayanang Maliksi is truly a promotion and encouragement to government, as well as the private sector, to generate more of mass housing projects and developments to make available for average and low income earners, as well as the unprivileged and homeless in urban and rural areas, adequate economic and socialized housing units.

APPROVED SPECIALIZATION 1

Socialized And Economic Housing [ BP 220}

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