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Regulatory and Aesthetic Factors

Natural Features………………………………………………………………...2

The site was full of rubble and debris from the old hospital building. A few plants are
growing inside the lot. An old hospital building was left and ready for renovation to
hold and become a part of a new project.

Zoning code……………………………………………………………..……….29

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Permitted Uses

Declared Zoning Principles - Zoning is the division of the city into land use zones,
the specification of patterns, nature and characteristics of uses and the provision of
density, and environmental regulations in consonance with the Comprehensive Land
Use Plan and strategies, as well as land use policies and objectives of the
community as prepared and identified by the Joint-Legislative Executive Committee
for the Preparation of the Quezon City Comprehensive Land Use Plan which was
adopted and made an integral part hereof as Annex A.

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Lot Coverage……………………………...……………………..29

Site plan and other Local Regulations………………………………………..30

Road Network………………………………………………………………..….33


Total road kilometerage is 1,683.00 kilometers with road-to-land ratio of 12
kms. /100 hectares. (2002)


Of the total new roads constructed from 1972 to 1995, 33 kms. (6.33%) were
primary roads, consisting of the extensions of Visayas, Commonwealth and
Mindanao Avenues; 153 kms. or 29.37% were secondary roads which served as
traffic collector roads; and the rest, 335 kms. (64.30%), are tertiary roads which
were basically used as access to properties.


Accessibility is generally good in the southern districts where the road
network is fairly established. In the northern part, Commonwealth Avenue and
Quirino Highway are the only primary thoroughfares servicing the area.

The same situation persists in Payatas. a place of learning near the heart of transportation of Quezon City is the best choice we have. 34 Drainage Requirements……………………………………………………….  IV.• The central northern portion particularly Tandang Sora. Baesa and the vicinity of San Bartolome-Sauyo is characterized by dead-end roads or cul-de-sacs. the site is under C-2. The anonas train station is also near.33 PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM Proposed Development Program………………………………………………………… According to the Comprehensive land use plan of the Quezon City. The lot is accessible from the 20th avenue and the aurora boulevard. After we surveyed the site we concluded that the Project that is most suitable for the site is an Institutional Center. uncoordinated subdivision roads and narrow roads.. What is an Institutional Center? designed for the teaching of students (or "pupils") under the direction of teachers.. which is commonly compulsory. B. Most countries have systems of formal education. A. 34 Program identification and investigation………………………………………………… The current conflicts or threats for the site are:  Surrounded by establishment that we don’t dare to compete with  Multiple condominium buildings being constructed To avoid or minimize these threats we avoided possible conflicts around the site. An institution where higher . It can be accessed with public transportation like jeepneys and PUVs. The names for these schools vary by country (discussed in the Regional section below) but generally include primary school for young children and secondary school for teenagers who have completed primary education. Our choice is an Institutional center. walkable from the site. students’ progress through a series of schools. In these systems.

education is taught is commonly called a university college or university. . Why a convention center? Due to its easy accessibility and its perfect location right in the middle. an institutional center will be a great project.