PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT OF BOHOL

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WHY PLAN?
To ensure that development and growth of Panglao Island becomes: balanced (environment, economy, society) sustainable (long-term and to carry on until future generations) secure (impacts and threats mitigated) regulated (constant assessments and monitoring)

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MAJOR CONSIDERATIONS

Airport and tourists Panglao Island
Hotels, Resorts, and other Tourism Developments

Growth of LGUs and its population

Water resource, Drainage, Sewerage

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ANALYSES

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Microclimate Analysis

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Site Analysis

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Character Analysis

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Tourism Infrastructure Analysis

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Balicasag Island Hinagdanan Cave

Daks & Gams Wildlife Park

Doljo Beach Libaong Beach

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Bolod Beach

Alona Beach

Tourism Infrastructure Analysis

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Tourism Infrastructure Analysis

Pangalo Island Nature Resort

Coco Grove

Ananyana Resort

Bohol Plaza Resort & Restaurant

San Agustin Church

Bolod Beach
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Eskaya Beach Resort

Tourism Infrastructure Analysis

Strengths
Strong social values among its residents Rich in biodiversity with many endemic and unique flora and fauna Presence of tourism-related infrastructure such as hotels and resorts Strong local labor pool Good Weather: away from typhoon path Forward-looking and development centered local governments

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Weaknesses
Lack of appropriate zoning for tourism and overall development Water supply shortages Weak transport linkages within and outside the island Lack of waste water and sewerage treatment facilities Limited community involvement in certain areas

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Opportunities
Airport to improve access to the island Job creation brought by airport and increased tourism activity Investments on the developing tourism industry Worldwide exposure and promotion of Panglao as an island paradise Promotion of sustainable tourism practices Park and ride systems to lessen vehicles, thus, air pollution in the island

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Threats
Unregulated development of high-rise structures near the beach Rapid natural resource exploitation and thus, decrease in food self-sufficiency Climate change and rise in sea levels Coastal degradation Increased social deviance and criminality

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Development Framework Strategies

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Framework #1: Growth Centers and Green Wedges

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Framework #2: Development Clusters and Transport Corridors

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Framework #3: Polarized Core Developments

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PREFERRED FRAMEWORK STRATEGY

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Multi-centered development corridors and green wedges

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Existing Provisions (Do Nothing Scenario)
Medium Density Development

Medium Density Development

“Donut Development” in Boracay Island
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Existing Provisions (Do Nothing Scenario)
• High density development along the beachfront of the island • No provision of open spaces within the beachfront • Middle portion of the island is not maximized for potential development • Continued encroachment of the 25-meter No Build Zone

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“Polluter Must Pay” Principle
Internationally accepted basis for development regulation Transport emissions Air, water and land pollution Noise and visual pollution Increasingly becoming important due to increasing awareness on climate change issues

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Development Guidelines

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Definition: No Build Zone
The space 30 meters from the edge of the Mean High Water Mark (MHWM) measured inland No permanent structures are allowed to be built and obstruct the activities or the beachfront Whereas, the space 25 meters from the MHWM up to 30 meters from the MHWM shall be known as the Pedestrian Alley. This shall serve as the on-foot access for beachfront properties and shall not be paved whatsoever to prevent use of wheeled transport/motorized transport.

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Proposed Zoning Regulations: Scheme 1

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Proposed Zoning Regulations: Scheme 2

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Proposed Zoning Regulations: Scheme 3

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View To The Beach

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30% 30%

70% 70%

FAR 1.0

FAR 2.0

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Contributions for the Environment
Development Obligations are to be charged for all types of development having an exceeded height of 14 meters. The following shall apply The accumulated floor area, in sq.m. above the 14-meter-limit shall be charged as follows:
Floor Area (in sq.m.) DEVELOPMENT OBLIGATION(per sq.m.) Every succeeding Php 2,000.00 floor area

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Priority Areas for Development

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Alona Beach
Most built-up tourist destination Complete tourist facilities within the area Some properties within the 30-meter public zone Top destination in Panglao Island

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Alona Beach
Recommendations:
50-meter total no-build buffer zone Zoning of the area (through CLUP and ZO) Better landscaping Standardization of green principles
Solar/wind energy Rainwater catchment systems Green roofing, etc.

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Alona Beach at present
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Proposed Enhancement of Alona Beach
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Panglao and Dauis Poblacions
Panglao Circumferential road pattern Heritage church, watchtower, and old structures Little economic activity
Market as center of trade and commerce

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Panglao and Dauis Poblacions
Recommendations for Panglao Adaptive Reuse of old structures viable for commercial use Watchtower restoration Apply mixed-use in zoning Attract more businesses and trade Work made closer to home

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Panglao Plaza and Site of Old Municipio at present
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Proposed Revitalization of Plaza and Adaptive Reuse of Former Site of the Municipio
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Poblacion Roads and Commercial Establishments at present
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Proposed Streetscaping and Commercial Area Enhancement
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Panglao and Dauis Poblacions
Dauis Gateway to Panglao Island
Bridge widening Heritage church, watchtower, museum, and old structures Spillover from Tagbilaran City Structures on stilts Mangrove areas nearby

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Panglao and Dauis Poblacions
Recommendations for Dauis Adaptive Reuse of old structures and Urban Renewal Watchtower restoration Apply mixed-use in zoning Attract more businesses and trade Work made closer to home Landscaping

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Coastal Areas, Beaches, and Dive Sites
Powder-white sand beaches and clear water Sensitive habitats
Mangroves and corals

Threat of rapid development of coastal areas Coastal areas - highest land value

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Coastal Areas, Beaches, and Dive Sites
Recommendations:
Implementation of 50-meter no-build buffer setbacks Integrated Coastal Zone Management Plan Provision of public facilities Signages, toilets, ramps for disabled, view decks, etc. Coastal biking and hiking trail network for whole island Dismantling of illegal structures by the water Relocation of informal settlers Dismantling of fish pens Constant monitoring

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Old Port of Dauis
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Landscaping and Revitalization of the Old Dauis Port
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Perspective: Beach Front

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PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING DESIGNS

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Preliminary Drainage System Layout

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Preliminary Reservoir Location

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Preliminary Water System Layout (Phase I)

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Preliminary Water System Layout (Phase II)

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Phasing Plan

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Categories of Phasing Plan Objectives
Data Updates and Statistical Research Social-Economic Empowerment Environment and Natural Resource Management Infrastructure and Utilities Development Assessment Urban Design, Streetscaping, and Landscaping Tourism Resources Assessment

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Immediate Action : 100 Days
Highlights

Data Updates and Statistical Research
Creation of each of the municipalities’ Socio-Economic Profile Surveying and measuring existing land uses and their area sizes. Information, Education, and Communication Campaigns (IEC), and public consultation

Infrastructure and Utilities Development Assessment
Assessment of existing infrastructure and utilities coverage and service provision. Traffic management plan for Panglao Island

Social-Economic Empowerment
Develop and offer skills training and capacitybuilding programs

Urban Design, Streetscaping, and Landscaping
Provision of pedestrian facilities Landscaping of the activity area in the town plazas of Dauis and Panglao

Environment and Natural Resource Management
Develop and implement CommunityBased Integrated Coastal Resource Zone Management

Tourism Resources Assessment
Establish the Panglao Island Development Authority

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Short Term: 0 to 5 Years
Highlights Data Updates and Statistical Research
Comprehensive Land Use Plans and Zoning Ordinances for Dauis and Panglao

Infrastructure and Utilities Development Assessment
Establishment of the First Phase of the construction of a Sewage Treatment Plant in Panglao Municipality. Use of natural water purification systems such as reed beds per barangay for domestic, non-potable water use.

Social-Economic Empowerment
Promotion, encouragement, and support of community-based tourism initiatives Incentives for establishments and businesses that employ Panglao residents as majority of their staff

Environment and Natural Resource Management
Full use of e-jeepneys and other forms of environmentally-sound vehicles for public transport. Clearing of structures located in environmentally critical and protected areas as well as their restoration closest to the natural state.

Urban Design, Streetscaping, and Landscaping
Enhancement of the identified public parks into green open spaces

Tourism Resources Assessment
Improvement and expansion of public tourism facilities such as Tourism Information and Assistance Centers

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Medium Term: 0 to 15 Years
Highlights Transport Development
Expansion of Park-and-Ride facilities that service Panglao Island from Tagbilaran City to other areas in Bohol Island Tricycles are to be phased out

Infrastructure and Utilities Development Assessment
Complete concreting of all roads of all levels (Barangay to National Roads) Establishment of the Second Phase of the construction of a Sewage Treatment Plant with the additional construction of another plant in Dauis Municipality.

Social-Economic Empowerment
Complete upgrade of all public schools and all its facilities in the island.

Environment and Natural Resource Management
Panglao Island is to become energy selfsufficient through the use of renewable energy sources such as solar, wind, and tidal wave power. Full enforcement of setback zones

Urban Design, Streetscaping, and Landscaping
Enhancement of the identified public parks into green open spaces

Tourism Resources Management
Developing retirement villages in areas near health facilities and town centers

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Long Term: 0 to 25 Years
Highlights Transport Development
Incentives for mass transit, cycling, and walking as modes of transport, and heavy taxation for ownership of private vehicles.

Infrastructure and Utilities Development Assessment
All telephone, electric, and communication wires are to be placed underground.

Land Use Management
Promotion of green communities Creation of environmentally friendly communities Encourage and fully promote alternative modes of transportation Compact and dense community Full implementation of urban agriculture Demolish structures that fall within the identified 30-meter public easement along the coastline for beaches and 10meter easement for cliff side

Environment and Natural Resource Management
Structures awarded with Certificates of Non-Compliances shall be completely cleared Re-vegetation of such areas. Monitoring and assessment of existing environmental conditions Constant review and updating of the Bohol Environment Code Establish a global warming monitoring and prediction system

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ADAPTIVE ARCHITECTURE
Initial Recommendations from Palafox Associates

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THANK YOU!

11/F 6782 Ayala Avenue Makati City, Philippines (632) 812-1255 / 752-2222
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