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Subdivision
Development

Design Standards and


Guidelines
Laws

and Documents Governing


Subdivision and Condominium Project
Development:
PD 957 Regulating the Sale of
Subdivision Lots and Condominium
Project Development.
RA 4726 Condominium Act.
RA 6552 Realty Installment Buyer
Protection Act.
SUBDIVISION DEVELOPMENT

Design Standards and


Guidelines
Laws

and Documents Governing


Subdivision and Condominium Project
Development:
PD 953 Planting Trees Requirement.
HLURB Admin Order 82-01, Series of 1982.
HLURB Admin Order 02, Series of 1994.
BP 220 Socialized and Economic
Housing.
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Design Standards and


Guidelines
Site

Criteria:
Location must conform with the Zoning
Ordinance and Comprehensive Land Use
Plan.
Physical Suitability - must be located
within suitable sites for housing and
outside hazard-prone areas and
protection areas.
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Design Standards and


Guidelines
Site

Criteria:
Accessibility - served by a road readily
accessible to public transportation lines.
Planning Considerations:
Area Planning
Safety and general welfare of the future
occupants;

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Design Standards and


Guidelines

Adequate, safe, efficient and integrative


road circulation system servicing every lot
therein;
Proper siting or orientation of lots;
Harmony with existing and proposed
development in the vicinity; and
Application of workable design principles
or parameters for a well planned and selfsustaining environment.
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Design Standards and


Guidelines

Site Preparation
Slope;
Preservation of Site Assets;
Ground Cover;
Easements observance and conformity
from Water Code, National Power
Corporation, PHIVOLCS, other public utility
companies and other entities.
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Design Standards and


Guidelines
Standard

Lay-out for Residential and


Condominium Projects:
Open Spaces (PD 1216)
Streets provision of adequate and safe
means of vehicular and pedestrian
circulation and easements for utilities and
planting strips;

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Design Standards and


Guidelines

Walks provision of paved walks to the


living units from streets, parking spaces
and from living units to play areas;
Parks and playground provision of
suitable recreational areas.
Density conformance of residential
densities as provided in the zoning
ordinance of the city/municipality where
the project is located.
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Design Standards and


Guidelines

Facilities and Amenities (1 Hectare +)

No. of
Saleable Lots
10 & below
11-99
100-499
500-999
1000-1499
1500-1999
2000-2499
2500 & over

Multi-Purpose
Center
(mandatory)

Convenience Stores &


Other Commercial
Centers

Elementary
School

Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes

Yes
Yes
Yes

Yes
Yes
Yes

High
School

Tricycle
Terminals

Yes
Yes

Yes
Yes
Yes

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Design Standards and


Guidelines
Factors

to Consider in Lot Designing:


Saleable lots shall not bisect political
boundaries, drainage and utility lines;
Deep lots and irregularly-shaped lots shall
be avoided;
Lots shall be planned with adequate
width for side yards; and
Lots shall be protected against risks.
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Design Standards and


Guidelines
Maximum

number of row houses per


block or cluster shall not exceed twenty
(20) units but shall not go beyond 100
meters in length.
Firewall provision shall be in conformity
with Fire Code of the Philippines and
mandatory for duplexes/single-attached
units and every unit for row houses.
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Design Standards and


Guidelines
Requirements

of a centralized water
supply system when public water system
nor an acceptable community system is
not available:
Technical consultant of the developer
shall determine the location and
discharge capacity of the water supply
sources within the subdivision;
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Design Standards and


Guidelines
Requirements

of a centralized water
supply system when public water system
nor an acceptable community system is
not available:
The permit to drill wells or tap water lines
from the appropriate government
agencies shall be obtained;

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Design Standards and


Guidelines
Requirements

of a centralized water
supply system when public water system
nor an acceptable community system is
not available:
The water source shall be sufficient to
meet the daily water requirements of
every household in the subdivision;

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Design Standards and


Guidelines
Requirements

of a centralized water
supply system when public water system
nor an acceptable community system is
not available:
No hazards shall exist in the immediate
vicinity of the water source that might
reduce or pollute the water supply;

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Design Standards and


Guidelines
Requirements

of a centralized water
supply system when public water system
nor an acceptable community system is
not available:
Water distribution shall be assured,
constant flow and equitable distribution of
water must be checked;

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Design Standards and


Guidelines
Requirements

of a centralized water
supply system when public water system
nor an acceptable community system is
not available:
Each subdivision shall have at least an
operational deep well and pump set with
sufficient capacity to provide Average
Daily Demand of 150 liters per capital per
day;
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Design Standards and


Guidelines
Requirements

of a centralized water
supply system when public water system
nor an acceptable community system is
not available:
Every dwelling unit shall be served by an
individual supply of water sufficient to
meet the total hourly domestic needs of
every household for any eight (8) hour
period;
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Design Standards and


Guidelines
Requirements

of a centralized water
supply system when public water system
nor an acceptable community system is
not available:
Water Tank Capacity shall have at least
20% Average Daily Demand plus fire
reserve; and

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Design Standards and


Guidelines
Requirements

of a centralized water
supply system when public water system
nor an acceptable community system is
not available:
Water pipes shall conform to the
standards required by Metropolitan
Waterworks and Sewerage System
(MWSS) and Local Water Utilities
Administration.
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Design Standards and


Guidelines
Lot

Allocation for Complex Subdivisions:


Subdivision projects also needs to comply
with the land allocation of the project
which is 30% open spaces and 70%
maximum saleable areas where in the
area allocation of the 30% open space for
parks and playgrounds and community
facilities for the Economic Housing is as
follows (as amended by PD 1216):
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Design Standards and


Guidelines

Minimum Lot Areas (in square meters)


PD 957

Type of Housing Unit

Open
Market

BP 220

Medium
Cost

Economic Socialized

Single-Detached

120

100

72

64

Duplex/Single-Attached

96

80

54

48

Row House

60

50

36

32

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Design Standards and


Guidelines

Minimum Lot Frontage (in meters)


Type of Lot

PD 957

BP 220

a. Single-Detached

Corner Lot

12

Regular Lot

10

Irregular Lot

Interior Lot

b. Single-Attached/Duplex

c. Row House

4
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Design Standards and


Guidelines

Minimum Level of Completion


PD 957

Type of Housing

Single-Detached
Duplex/SingleAttached
Row House

Open Market/
Medium Cost
Complete house
(Based on the
submitted
specifications)

BP 220
Economic
Housing
Complete house
(Based on the
submitted
specifications)

Socialized
Housing
Shell house (with
doors and
windows and to
enclose the unit)

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Design Standards and


Guidelines

Road Right-of-Way (PD 957; in meters)

Project Size Range (has.)

Open Market

Medium Cost Housing

Major

Collector

Minor

Major

Collector

Minor

2.5 has. & below

10

--

10

--

Above 2.5 5 has.

12

10

10

--

Above 5 10 has.

12

10

12

10

Above 10 15 has.

12

10

12

10

Above 15 30 has.

15

12

10

12

10

Above 30 has.

15

12

10

15

12

10

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Design Standards and


Guidelines

Road Right-of-Way (BP 220; in meters)

Project Size Range (has.)

Economic

Socialized Housing

Major

Collector

Minor

Major

Collector

Minor

2.5 has. & below

--

6.5

--

6.5

Above 2.5 5 has.

10

--

6.5

10

--

6.5

Above 5 10 has.

10

6.5

10

--

6.5

Above 10 15 has.

10

6.5

10

6.5

Above 15 30 has.

12

6.5

10

6.5

Above 30 has.

15

10

6.5

12

10

6.5

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Design Standards and


Guidelines
Minimum

Floor Area of Condominium

Projects:
Single Occupancy
18 square meters or 12 square meters
under the following conditions: Units are
intended for student/employees/workers;
project is within highly- urbanized areas;
there is provision for common basis
facilities.
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Design Standards and


Guidelines
Minimum

Floor Area of Condominium

Projects:
Family Dwelling Units
Family Condominium Units 36 square
meters.
Open Market and Medium Cost
Condominium Projects 22 square
meters.
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Required Site for Community


Facilities
Facilities

Parks and Playground


Neighborhood/MultiPurpose Center
Service Centers
Health Center/Clinic
Community Store/
Talipapa
Drugstore
Site for Religious Use
Elementary School
High School
TOTAL

No. of Lots and Area Requirement for Each


Facilities (in square meters)

Recommended Walking
Distance from Farthest Lot
(in kilometers)

25-49

5099

100199

200399

400599

600 &
over

100
50

100
200

400
100

700
150

1200
200

1500
200

1.5
1.5

50
50

75
75

150
100

50

50

50

200
150
100
50

250
200
200
50

300
200
200
100
100
5000
5000

1.5
1.5
1.5
0.5
1.5
0.8
1.5

300

500

800

1350

2000

12600
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Services and Utilities


Water

Supply System
Waste Disposal System
Sewage Disposal
Solid Waste Disposal
Storm Drainage System
Power Supply
Communication System
Facilities and Amenities
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