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AS A CATALYST OF GROWTH IN THE SUBIC

SUBIC-CLARK
CLARK CORRIDOR
Presentation to the
2nd Subic Bay Maritime Conference & Exhibit

Arnel Paciano D. Casanova

President & CEO


Bases Conversion and Development Authority

24 April 2015

BCDA History

1992

From crisis to opportunities

RA 7227 was signed into Law by


President Corazon Aquino

1991

Pinatubo Eruption
Termination of US and Philippine
Military Base Agreement

1947

US and the
Philippines
signed a
Military Bases
Agreement

1972-1981
Martial Law

1986

People
Power
Revolution

1940 1950 1960 1970 1980 1985

1990

North & Central Luzon Earthquake

1987-1989
Series of
Coup D Etat

1986 1987

1988

LEBC prepared
Kumbersyon

1989

1990

1991

1992

Mandates of BCDA

(RA 7227)

Accelerate the conversion


of former US military bases in Clark and Subic
and their extensions into alternative productive
uses.

Raise funds
through the sale of Metro Manila Camps to
finance the conversion of former US military
bases.

Enhance the benefits


of conversion to promote the socio-economic
development of Central Luzon, in particular,
and the country, in general.

Corporate Powers of BCDA


To construct, own, lease, operate and maintain
public utilities as well as infrastructure facilities.

To acquire, own, hold, administer, and lease real and


personal properties, including agricultural lands,
property lands, property rights and interests and
encumber, lease, mortgage, sell, alienate or
otherwise dispose of the same at fair market value it
may deem appropriate.

To exercise the right of eminent domain and


other special powers.

THE BCDA GROUP

BCDA Diversified Portfolio


Prime Real Estate

41,500 Has.

Asset Value

USD 10 Billion
1 Tollway

Public-Private
Partnerships

2 Seaports
3 Airports
Major Real Estate
Developments
Preferential tax
rates

Fiscal & Non-Fiscal


Incentives

Zero VAT
Exemptions on Real
Property Tax

THE PHILIPPINES:

STRATEGICALLY LOCATED AT THE CROSSROADS


OF INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING AND AIRLINES.

Image Credit: Palafox Associates

LEGEND:

4-HR FLIGHT ROUTE


6-HR FLIGHT ROUTE
4-HR FLIGHT RADIUS
6-HR FLIGHT RADIUS

Vietnam
Timor Leste
Thailand
Taiwan
Sri Lanka
South Korea
Solomon Islands
Singapore
Saipan
Papua New Guinea
Palau
Pakistan
North Korea
Nepal
Nauru
Myanmar
Mongolia
Micronesia
Maldives
Malaysia
Laos
Japan
Indonesia
India
Hongkong
Guam
Australia
China
Cambodia
Brunei
Bhutan
Bangladesh

Hours of Travel

THE PHILIPPINES:

STRATEGICALLY LOCATED AT THE CROSSROADS


OF INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING AND AIRLINES.

Image Credit: Palafox Associates

LEGEND:
LESS THAN 10 DAYS TRAVEL
MORE THAN 10 DAYS TRAVEL
LESS THAN 10 DAYS TRAVEL
MORE THAN 10 DAYS TRAVEL

Port

Country

Travel
Time

Tokyo

Japan

10 d

Yokohama

Japan

10 d

Kobe

Japan

10 d

Hong Kong

Hong
Kong

2d

Shanghai

PRC

3d

Tianjin

PRC

10 d

Shenzhen

PRC

2d

Singapore

Singapore

10 d

Incheon

S. Korea

9d

Kaohsiung

Taiwan

2d

Ho Chi Minh

Vietnam

3d

Penang

Malaysia

13 d

Jakarta

Indonesia

12 d

Alotau

P. New
Guinea

15 d

Galle

Sri Lanka

19 d

Corridor for
Manufacturing/Logistics
Cluster
Developed Infrastructure
SCTEX
NLEX

Tarlac

TPLEX
CLEX

Clark

PORT OF SUBIC
PORT OF BATAAN
PORT OF MANILA
CLARK INTERNATIONAL

AIRPORT

NINOY AQUINO

INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

Subic

Manila
Bataan

Clarks Thriving Business Center


Special Economic

and Freeport Zone


(31,400 hectares)

Special Economic Zone

(27,000 hectares)
Freeport Zone

(4,400 hectares)
Airport Area

QUICK STATS
(2014)

1M

TOURISTS

ACTUAL
$277M
INVESTMENT

740

LOCATORS

(2,300 has)
Industrial Area

(2,100 has)

EMPLOYEES

84,310
$ 4.61B

EXPORTS

SCTEX Developments
1. North Luzon Expressway Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway Integration
The integration addresses the capacity
issues in NLEX and SCTEX and will provide
the common customers with seamless
travel experience in both expressways.
NLEX-SCTEX Integration Agreement signed
on 05 Feb 2015.

2. BCDA and MNTC Business Agreement


28-year Operation & Maintenance
(O&M) Agreement with MNTC
Signed on 26 Feb 2015.

THE CLARK GREEN CITY PROJECT

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Clark Green City The New Ph Metropolis


Baguio City

Rosario

Alaminos City

Economic Drivers and Trends

Dagupan City
Urdaneta City

Lingayen
San Carlos City

o Growing Population / Urbanization

San Jose City


TPLEX

MNR

CLEX

CLARK
GREEN CITY
CAPAS-BOTOLAN RD.

Iba

Cabanatuan City
Tarlac City
Concepcion
Capas
Gapan City

SCTEX

Mabalacat
Angeles City
San Fernando City

o Booming Business Process Outsourcing


(BPO) Industry
o Clark Airport, Seaport and Road
Infrastructure Development
o Secured Business Regime
o Residential Requirements

NLEX

o Need for Smart and Green City to


sustain momentum in economic growth

Olongapo City
Malolos City
Balanga City

o Located in a thriving center and ease of


doing business in Clark

METRO
MANILA
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Clark Green City Conceptual Master Plan


The 9,450-hectare Clark
Green City aims to create a
destination where nature,
lifestyle, business, education
and industry converge into
a global city, based on
principles of sustainability,
that aim to protect and
enhance the delicate
balance between nature
and built environment.

INTERWEAVING GREEN ASSETS TO CREATE A


HOLISTIC, VIBRANT, AND SUSTAINABLE
DEVELOPMENT.

Clark Green City Overview

A NEW CITY, SERVING AS


AN ADMINISTRATIVE AND
COMMERCIAL CENTER

AT THE CENTER OF A
GROWING REGION
CENTRAL LUZON

TO FOSTER A NEW FORM


OF ECONOMIC
DEVELOPMENT FEATURING
THE LATEST IN SMART &
SUSTAINABLE PLANNING

PHASING OF
DEVELOPMENT
EXPECTED OVER 50 YEARS

IMPLEMENTATION VIA
PUBLIC PRIVATE
PARTNERSHIP (PPP)

>1 MIL POPULATION

BCDA IS THE MASTER


DEVELOPER

What Makes CGC Green & Smart?

RESOURCE
MANAGEMENT

ACCESSIBILITY

IDENTITIY

Air Quality

Reduced
Automobile
Dependence

Biodiversity

Alternative
Modes of
Transportation

Water
Conservation
Energy
Efficiency
Materials

Universal
Design

Key Performance Indicators

LEADERSHIP &
GOVERNANCE

DIVERSITY &
DENSITY

ECONOMIC
VIBRANCY

RESILIENCE

Good Public
Spaces

Collaboration

Compact
Development

Stimulate
Sustainable
Growth

Assess Climate
Threat

Heritage &
Culture

Management

Mixed-Use
Neighborhood
Centers

Improve
Quality of Life

Avoid Traps &


Vulnerabilities

Mixed-Income
Communities

Develop Local
Skills

Prepare for
Long-Term
Adaptability &
Short-Term
Hazards

Neighborhood
Schools

Local Food
Production

Public Health
& Service

Planning

Clark Green City Residential & Employment Projections


Population Projection, Clark Green City, Based on Different Capture Rate, 2020F to 2050F
1,679,800

more than 1.2 M


population

Recommended
@1.1 mil new +
233K
existing/resettled

1,277,000

929,600

Capture
Rate
Scenarios

5%
10%
15%
20%

288,400

419,950

319,250

232,400

72,100
2020

2030

2040

2050

Employment Projection, Clark Green City, Based on Different Capture Rate, 2020F to 2050F
1,288,400

Capture
Rate
Scenarios

more than
800,000 jobs

5%
10%
15%
20%

2020

801,200

427,000
322,100
139,400

34,850

Recommended
@1 mil

# Workers

200,300
106,750

2030

2040

2050

Clark Green City Conceptual Master Plan


1. Public Realm Mall
2. Commercial Center
3. Central Park
4. Expo
5. Retail/Interchange
6. Sports Hub
7. Institutional Block
8. Memorial Shrine Park
9. Residential District Commercial Center
10. Civic/Government Center
11. Civic Plaza
12. Civic Corridor
13. CBD Iconic Towers
14. Financial Center
15. Institutional Zone/Research Center
16. Retail Plaza
17. Light Industrial and R&D Office Zone
18. Worker Housing
19. Industrial Park
20. Administration Building
21. Mid-Rise Residential Aprtments
22. Hill Side Residential Apartments
23. Hill Side Residential and Eco-Tourist Resort
24. Campus
25. Urban Farming Landbanks
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26. Future Industrial Land
27. Mountain Trail
28. Tunnel

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20
19

21

18
16

15

10

12
14

14

11
5

17

18

3
4

14
24

1
25

21

28

24

22

23

9
7

13
6

Clark Green City Conceptual Master Plan


Land Use Distribution*
106
233

553
100

Kalangitan Road

54
FUTURE
CONNECTION
TO SCTEX

403
266
91
315
San Nicolas Road

501
318

Landfill
Water Feature
Road ROW
Transport Hub
Sports & Recreation
Open Space
Industrial
Light Industrial
Institutional
Residential

*excludes 5,567-ha. Timber Area

CALRK-BAMBAN-CAPAS RD

314

Clark Green City Master Development Plan

INDUSTRIAL

INDUSTRIAL PARK

strategically located with access to Clark


International Airport, Subic Freeport, and
to the region
includes agricultural and manufacturing
sectors

FOOD TERMINAL

FARM

will enable economic growth,


diversification, trade relations and
technological innovations.
TO SUBIC VIA
FUTURE SCTEX
CONNECTION

Industrial Park

Food Terminal

Farm
DIRECT LINK TO
CLARK
INTERNATIONAL
AIRPORT

Manufacturing
Sector

Agricultural Sector

Clark Green City Master Development Plan

COMMERCIAL

RETAIL WALK
COMMERCIAL
CORE

lively urban core


scenic urban landscape with iconic
structures
large central park at the center
mixed-use components
to create a distinct skyline and identity
for CGC

TO SUBIC VIA
FUTURE SCTEX
CONNECTION

INTERMODAL
TRANSPORT
HUB
EXPO

Mixed Use Zone

Intermodal Transport Hub

Commercial Core

Expo

DIRECT LINK TO
CLARK
INTERNATIONAL
AIRPORT

Commercial Areas

Clark Green City Master Development Plan

RESIDENTIAL
mix of typologies set within an
active and varied community

CONDOMINIUMS
MIXED-INCOME
HOUSING

accessible to a wide range of


income groups
pedestrian-friendly & live-work-play
environment
includes high-end hillside villas

CAMPUS
HOUSING

Affordable Housing

TO SUBIC VIA
FUTURE SCTEX
CONNECTION

LUXURY VILLAS

Walk-up Housing

DIRECT LINK TO
CLARK
INTERNATIONAL
AIRPORT

Residential Areas

Clark Green City Master Development Plan

INSTITUTIONAL
public realm facilities
interconnected with open space
connectors

MEDICAL CENTER

CHURCH

CIVIC CENTER
RESEARCH
CENTER

includes educational, religious,


sports, and medical facilities as well
as government offices
new University of the Philippines (UP)
Campus focused on research and
internationalization

University Campus

TO SUBIC VIA
FUTURE SCTEX
CONNECTION
SPORTS CENTER

Government Center
NEW UP
CAMPUS

Stadium

Walk-up Housing

Civic Plaza

DIRECT LINK TO
CLARK
INTERNATIONAL
AIRPORT

Institutional Areas

Clark Green City Tax and Fiscal Incentives


5% Special Gross Income
Earned

Exemption from all Local and


National Taxes
Tax and Duty Free
Importation of Equipment
and Raw Materials
Exemptions from Real
Property Tax
Free Movement of Finished
Goods within the Freeport
Special Visas for Investors

CGC Infrastructure Projects: ACCESS ROADS


Primary Access Roads

Joint project by BCDA & DPWH


Total Length: 24 km
Row: 20 m (initial)
Total Cost: Php 1 Billion

CLARK
GREEN
CITY

FUTURE
CONNECTION
TO SCTEX

1. MacArthur-CGC Road
2 (initial)

Length:

9 km

Budget:

50 M (2015)

Status:

Notice to Proceed issued to


Contractor by DPWH (April
20, 2015 Day 01)

2. Clark-Bamban-Capas Road
Lanes:

2 (initial)

Length:

15 km

Budget:

150 M (2015)

Status:

Topographic Survey for


approval by DPWH & BCDA

CALRK-BAMBAN-CAPAS RD

Lanes:

CLARK
FREEPORT
ZONE

CLARK
INTL
AIRPORT

CGC Infrastructure Projects: ACCESS ROADS


CLARK GREEN CITY PRIMARY ACCESS ROAD SECTION
RROW 20.0 M
1.64

SIDEWALK

1.00

PLANTING
STRIP

3.00

1.00

0.68

BIKE LANE

PLANTING
STRIP

C&G

2.50

LAY-BY/SHOULDER

3.50

3.50

CARRIAGEWAY

2.50

LAY-BY/SHOULDER

0.68

C&G

CGC Infrastructure Projects: TRANSPORTATION


Clark Rail
Transit System
Approx. 88 kms

CLARK RAIL
TRANSIT SYSTEM
(CRTS)

37.9 kms

125.9 kms

CGC

NORTH-SOUTH
COMMUTER RAIL
(NSCR) PHASE 1

PROPOSED ALIGNMENT

extension of the NorthSouth Commuter


Railway to CFZ Main
Zone and CGC
JV between BCDA &
Rail Operator
Bidding for OperatorPartner to commence
within 2Q 2015

MALOLOS

METRO
MANILA

CGC Infrastructure Projects: TRANSPORTATION


Clark Rail Transit System

SAFE, EFFICIENT, COMFORTABLE, MODERN

TRANSIT-ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT
(TOD) AT STATIONS

GREENFIELD
ALIGNMENT

CGC Infrastructure Projects: TRANSPORTATION


Clark Transit Bus
System

END

Clark Transit Bus System is a


proposed Bus Rapid Transit
(BRT) System connecting
Metro Manila to Clark
Freeport Zone and CGC
Study being conducted by
UP NCTS
Includes study for internal
systems for Clark

START

Proposed Alignment

METRO
MANILA

CGC Infrastructure Projects: UTILITIES


POWER

TELECOM

Integrated
Utility Tunnel
Special underground
construction to house
all major utility lines
Allows for
unobstructed views of
the city
Significantly reduce
costs and disruptions
due to recurrent
excavation works

UTILITY TUNNEL
WATER

GAS

Better access to utility


lines for maintenance
works/repair
Provides added
protection to utility
lines

CGC Infrastructure Projects: UTILITIES


City-wide public services operated by Integrated Operation Center (IOC) make
new city to be more convenient with not only efficiency but also financial benefit.

Energy
Mgmt Service

Integrated Operation Center


Facility
Mgmt Service

Underground Facility
Identification
Water-pipe Monitoring
Water
Streetlight Monitoring

Environment
Service

Transportation
Service

Smart Signal
Control
Traffic
Information
Parking
Information
Illegal
Parking
Detection

Operation Service for


public benefit
Public services categorized
in Transportation, Safe &
Security, Environment
Pursuit social benefit
for public

Operation Service for


business

RFID Ticketing
Environment
Info
Weather Info

CCTV Camera control


Real-time video
Analysis
Monitoring & Decision
Making

Intelligent Building System


In-Building Communication
Network
Smart Office and Business
Solutions

Integrated
Operations Center

Crime
Prevention
Service

Utility services for citizen


and business : Facility
mgmt, Smart Card etc..
Public-Private Partnership
model

Opportunities with BCDA Land Development


BCDA is looking for Joint Venture
Partners for:
Mixed-Use
Development

Industrial
Estates

Innovation
District

Opportunities with BCDA Development of Utilities


Long-term partnership with BCDA to build and operate utilities.
1. Power

Generation (renewable energy)

Distribution

Back-Up/Storage

Energy Management System

2. Water

Suply

Wastewater Treatment

3. District Cooling System

4. Telecommunication & Information Systems


5. Solid Waste Management
6. (Natural) Gas Supply & Distribution

Opportunities with BCDA Target Locators

Electronics Manufacturing

Renewable Energy Systems

Information and Communication


Technology/Business Process
Outsourcing (ICT/BPO)

Nano-Electronics

Light Manufacturing

Biotechnology and Pharmaceuticals

Agro-Industries

Schools/Universities

Creative Industries/Animation

Research Centers

Medical Facilities

Government Offices

Housing Developers

Tourism Development

Others

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