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3rd Philippine Cities


Global Convention and
Exposition
Housing and Urban Development
in the Philippines
Deputy Secretary General Felix William B. Fuentebella
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
17 November 2011
Outline
Vision
Critical Challenges CriticalChallenges
RoleandFunctionsofHUDCC
TheCouncilandtheKeyShelterAgencies
TargetsandStrategies
Ongoing Programs and OngoingProgramsand
Initiatives/OpportunitiesforPartnershipwith
OtherStakeholders
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VISION
From allowing environmental blight
to spoil our cities, where both the rich
and the poor bear with congestion
and urban decay, to planning
alternative, inclusive urban
VISION
,
developments where people of
varying income levels are integrated
in productive, healthy and safe
communities. PNoy, Social Contract
Gaganda ang buhay kung may bahay Gagandaangbuhaykungmaybahay
athanapbuhay.(Lifewillimprove
withhousingandlivelihood.) VPand
HUDCCChairmanJejomarBinay
Populationgrowthandruralurbanmigration
Highpovertyincidence
Increasinghousingneed
CriticalChallenges
Totalhousingneedincreasedfrom3.6million
units(20042010)to5.7million(20112016)
Proliferationofinformalsettlers
Continuingconcernswithurbanenvironmentand
services(transport,airquality,watersupply,solidwaste,etc.)
Needtostrengthenlinkagebetweenthenational
governmentandthelocalgovernmentinasfaras
housingandurbandevelopmentsector,including
deliveryofhousingservices,isconcerned
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RoleofHUDCC
The Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
(HUDCC), under the immediate control and supervision of the
President of the Philippines is charged with the main function President of the Philippines, is charged with the main function
of coordinating the activities of the government housing
agencies to ensure the accomplishment of the National
Shelter Program. Executive Order 90, series of 1986
FunctionsofHUDCC
1. Formulate national goals and strategies for housing and urban
development
3. Encourage maximum private sector participation in all aspects
of housing and urban development
2. Recommend necessary legislation and amendments to existing
laws as may be necessary for the attainment of governments
objectives in housing
4. Supervise, monitor, review and evaluate the effective exercise
by key shelter agencies (NHA, SHFC, PAGIBIG, NHMFC, HGC,
HLURB) of their assigned functions
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CompositionoftheHUDCCCouncil
KEYFINANCEAGENCIES
SSS HDMF GSIS
GOVERNMENTSECTOR
PRIVATESECTOR
KEYSHELTERAGENCIES(KSAs)
2 representativesfromanyofthe
followingsectors:
( )
HGC NHA
Guarantee DirectShelter
Production
HLURB NHMFC
Regulatory Secondary
BodyMortgageMarket
SHFC
Socialized
DEVELOPERS
BANKERS
CONTRACTORS
PROFESSIONALS
LOWINCOMEBENEFICIARIES
Socialized
HousingFinance
SUPPORTAGENCIES
NEDA DOF DPWH
DBM PMS DBP
MMDA
HUDCC
HUDCC&KSAs
Permitsand
Licenses
HLURB
Funder
HDMF
Subdivision
andHouse
plan
Estimatesand
Specifications
NHA
LGU Community
SHFC
HGC
NHMFC
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HDMF (HOME DEVELOPMENT MUTUAL FUND)
Created primarily to address : generation of savings and
provision of funds for shelter for the
k / f i l d th i i l di
ROLES OF KEY SHELTER AGENCIES (KSAs) ROLES OF KEY SHELTER AGENCIES (KSAs)
workers/professionals and other various groups including
OFWs
NHA (NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY )
Implementing arm on housing and resettlement/shelter
production for the lowest 30% of income earners.
SHFC (SOCIAL HOUSING FINANCE CORPORATION)
Lead financing institution for providing shelter for
organized informal settlers/community association;
Implementing Community Mortgage Program (CMP)
and Localized CMP
ROLES OF SHELTER AGENCIES ROLES OF SHELTER AGENCIES
HLURB ( HOUSINGAND LAND USE REGULATORY BOARD)
Enhances rational land use and housing and real estate
delivery through policy development, planning and
regulation; and quasijudicial agency handling conflicts regulation; and quasijudicial agency handling conflicts
between developers and buyers and among HOA
officers/members
NHMFC (NATIONAL HOME MORTGAGE FINANCE CORP.)
Develops the secondary mortgage market for a sustainable
source of housing finance
HGC (HOME GUARANTY CORPORATION)
Created to operate as mortgage guaranty system by
assisting private developers undertake low and middle
income mass housing production and encourage
institutional funds and commercial lenders to finance such
housing development
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Target
By2016,1.5millionfamiliesshallbeprovided
housingassistance
Wewillworktogethertoreducethehousing
gap,giveprioritytotheproblemofthe
homelesspoor,andincentivizetheprivate
d h l d h d f sectorandtheLGUstoleadintheproductionof
morehousingunits.
Strategies
1.Acceleratemasshousingprogramswithalternativehousing
technologies,schemesandapproachestoensuredecentand
affordablehomes
a. Employlaborintensivemethodintheimplementationof
housingprojectswhereverfeasibletogenerateemployment
inthebeneficiarycommunities;
b. Developandimplementtheappropriatestandardsinthe
constructionofhousingunitstoincorporateDRRMandCCA;
c. Exploreverticalexpansionintheconstructionofhousing
it t ki i t id ti th b i hi l unitstakingintoconsiderationthebasicgeographical
location,soilqualityandotherenvironmentalconsiderations;
d. Exploretheuseofindigenousandrecyclablematerialsas
environmentfriendlyalternativestoreducecostinbuilding
houses.
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Strategies
2. Integratebasicinfrastructuresupporttoresettlementsites
andemergingregionalsustainablecommunities,suchas
provisionofpotablewater,safeandsufficientelectricity,
accessroadstothenearestcommercialcenters,andICT,
amongothers
3. Ensurethatallgovernmentinfrastructureprojectsintegrate
therelocationandresettlementrequirementsofaffected
familiesintotheirplansandcostingincollaborationwith p g
other concernedagencies;
Strategies
4. Developafinancingframeworkforrelocationand
resettlement,includingworkablePPPschemesfor
socialized housing development socializedhousingdevelopment
5. SupportLGUseffortstodevelopasystemoflandinventory
tobetteridentifyareasforurbangrowthandplannedareas
forhumansettlementsthroughtheirComprehensive
LandUsePlans(CLUPs).
6. Pushforthecreationorestablishmentofthe
DepartmentofHousingandUrbanDevelopment(DHUD)
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HousingSolutionsfortheInformalSettlers
INFORMALSETTLERS
ACCESSTOLAND ACCESSTOFINANCING
STRENGTHENINGOF
INSTITUTIONALCAPACITY
(LGUs,NGAs,AND
COMMUNITIES/NGOs)
ACCESSTOBASIC
SERVICES
Vision: Affordable
Housing in Sustainable
Communities
OngoingProgramsandinitiatives
1. StrengtheningAssetReformProgramstowards
creatingsustainablecommunities
a.Resettlement/RelocationProgram provisionof g p
servicedhomelotstofamiliestobedisplacedfrom
sitesintendedforgovernmentinfrastructure
projectsandfromdangerareas
MRBplanforinformalsettlerfamiliesinNCR
b.CommunityMortgageProgramorCMP revised y g g g
guidelinestoexpediteprovisionofsecuretenure
toinformalsettlersatthesametimeprevent
unscrupulousindividualsfromvictimizingthese
families
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OngoingProgramsandinitiatives
2. KSAsreviewofpoliciesinendbuyerfinancing,
developmentalfinancing,guarantysystem,
secondarymortgagemarketformorefundsfor
housing
a.PagIbig fundhasreachedanagreementwithGSIS
onacreditfacilitythatallowsPagIbig to
administerGSISP5billionforhousing
b.Ongoingtalkswithotherfinancingconduitssuch g g g
as theruralbanksandothermicrofinance
institutionstohelpfinancethehousing
requirementsofthe marginalizedsectorand
ruralhomebuyers
OngoingProgramsandinitiatives
3. Provisionofhousingforgovernmentemployees
(includinguniformedpersonnelandteachers) ( g p )
launchedinMay2011
4,000housingunitsawardedinCalamba,Bocaue,andRizal
4. Instituting aNationalSlumUpgradingStrategy
5 Enhancing the policy framework for resettlement 5. Enhancingthepolicyframeworkforresettlement
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OngoingProgramsandInitiatives
6. Buildingofastrongpartnershipwithlocalgovernment
units(LGUs)toacceleratehousingproductionandreduce
costandmakehousesmoreaffordable
a. UDHAimplementation
b. Pabahay Caravan
c. ClusterApproachtoCLUPandLocal ShelterPlan
preparation
d. TAforinstitutionalizinglocalhousing
office/board/entity office/board/entity
OngoingProgramsandInitiatives
7. Promotingtheintegrationofdisasterriskreductionand
climatechangeadaptationinlocaldevelopmentplanning
anddecisionmakingprocesses
a. Reviewoftraditionalzoning,zoningincentives,green
planningandbuildingstandards
b. Easeofregulationsandcodestoencouragegreenand
sustainabledesign
c. Mainstreamingclimatechangeadaptationanddisaster
riskreductionandmanagementinthelocalplanssuchas
theCLUPandLSP
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OngoingProgramsandInitiatives
8. CreatinginvestmentfriendlyenvironmentintheHousing
Industry
a. PublicPrivatePartnership(PPP)
b. Taxandfiscalincentivestoprivatedevelopersor
investors
c. Simplifiedprocessingofloanapplicationsfor
developmentandhomebuyersloansandreductionof
redtapeintheissuanceoflandtitleandhousingand p g
developmentpermits,bothinnationalandlocallevels
OngoingProgramsandInitiatives
9. Fasttrackingtheresolutionofcasesinvolvingdevelopers
andhomebuyersaswellasconflictswithinhomeowners
associations
Therulesofproceduredispensedwithcertainstepsto
simplifytheprocessfordecidingoncasesfiledoron
appealandshortenedtheperiodforfinalityofjudgment
from30daysto15days,andatthesametime,provided
foradditionalremediestoparties.
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OngoingProgramsandInitiatives
10.Engagementwithnongovernmentorganizations(NGOs)
suchasGawad Kalinga,HabitatforHumanity,ABSCBN
foundationinbuildingsocializedhousingprojects
a. Provideincentivestomakemonetarycontributionsof
donorstotheGawad Kalinga,HabitatforHumanityand
otherNGOseligibletothe20%balancedhousing
requirement
b Offer the development of proclaimed sites for socialized b. Offerthedevelopmentofproclaimedsitesforsocialized
housing
Otherpotentialcollaboration/partnerships
1. EnhancementofHUDCC/HLURBurbanmanagementpolicy
andguidelinesonlanduseplandevelopment
2. EnhancementofHUDCClocalshelterplanning(LSP)
d l d l d l h d guidelinesandtoolstoconsiderclimatechangeadaptation
3. EnhancingHUDCC/HLURBcapacityintheuseofGISasa
mechanismtomonitoranddatabaselocallanduseplanfor
regulatoryandotherpurposes
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WeenvisionaPhilippineswhereevery
Filipinofamilyisnestledinlivable
dwellings that they can call their own dwellingsthattheycancalltheirown.
Weencourageyoutosharethatvision
withus.
THANK YOU! THANKYOU!