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21 SEPTEMBER 2018

8:00 AM TO 6:00 PM
SMX CONVENTION CENTER, PASAY CITY
PRESENTATION

Green Socialized Housing


Ms. Maria Benita Ochoa-Regala
Department Head, National Housing Authority

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Regala, M BO 2018, ‘Green Socialized Housing', presented to the Philippine Green Building Council – Building Green 2018 Conf
erence, SM X Convention Center, Pasay City, Philippines, 21 Septem ber 2018
PHILIPPINE GREEN BUILDING COUNCIL

Building Green
2018 Conference

Ar./EnP. Maria Benita Ochoa-Regala


Housing Technology and Technical Research Department
National Housing Authority
Greening the Socialized Housing
Market
Actions and Challenges
The Housing Sector Scenario
and NHA’s Role
STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK TO BUILD SAFE AND SECURE COMMUNITIES

MATATAG, MAGINHAWA AT PANATAG NA BUHAY 2040

FOUNDATION FOR INCLUSIVE GROWTH, A HIGH-TRUST SOCIETY AN


D A GLOBALLY COMPETITIVE KNOWLEDGE ECONOM 2022
Y

“MALASAKIT” “PAGBABAGO” “KAUNLARAN”


ENHANCING THE SOCIAL FABRIC REDUCING INEQUALITY INCREASING POTENTIAL GROWTH

Clean, efficient an Promote t Encourage


Expand eco Increase acces echnology
d citizen-centered innovation
nomic oppor s to economic adoption
governance tunities opportunities

Swift and fair ad


Strategic trade and fiscal policy, macroeconomic stability, competition policy
ministration of ju
stice
Accelerate h Reduce vulne Maximize demographic
Promote awarenes uman capital rability of the dividend
s and value cultur development poor
al diversity
Ensure peace and Accelerated and strategic Build up Maintain ecological integrity, clean
security development of infrastructure resiliency and healthy environment

“MALASAKIT, PAGBABAGO para sa Patuloy na PAG-UNLAD”


Source: HUDCC

Major Component of Housing Total Housing Need


2017-2022
PHILIPPINES 6,571,387
Total Housing Needs
A. Accumulated Needs 1,439,550
1. Total HHs in Unacceptable Housing Units 865,408
Rent-Freed without consent of owner 581,178
Homeless 5,969
Dilapidated/Condemned 99,377
Makeshift/Salvage Materials 178,884

2. Doubled-Up HHs in Acceptable Housing Units 574,142

B. Future / Recurrent Needs 5,129,021


1. Allowance for inventory losses 2,117,303
2. Newly formed HHs (likely afford to own/rent HU) 3,011,718
OFFICE)OF)THE)
PRESIDENT

HUDCC

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HLURB) NHA
Housing(and(Land( National(Housing(
Use(Regulatory( SHFC NHMFC HDMF HGC Authority
Board Home(
Social(Housing( National(Home( Home(
Finance( Mortgage( Development( Guaranty(
Corporation Finance( Mutual(Fund Corporation
Corporation

THE KEY SHELTER AGENCIES


UNDER THE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT
HUDCC POLICY DIRECTIONS

§ Housing need some 6 Million units, including


those for about 1.5 Million ISFs
§ NG has been able to build an average of
192,000 units annually in the past 6-7 years
§ HUDCC targeting 30% increase: to build
some 250,000 units annually, starting July this
year
§ In 5 years, government to build 1.5 Million to
2.0 Million units

Eduardo Del Rosario


HUDCC Chair
Business Mirror
31 July 2017
The NHA GM’s MESSAGE

“Heading one of the key agencies in the housing sector under


the Duterte administration is a challenge for me. But true to my
commitment as a public servant, I will, to my
utmost ability, help steer this agency toward a more improved,
effective and efficient public-service delivery. Laying down fun
damental changes, developing more responsive housing
programs, building a culture of quality and initiating
innovations in how we do things at the NHA is my pledge and
commitment.”

MARCELINO P. ESCALADA, JR.


General Manager, NHA
NHA MANDATES
PD 757 (31 July 1975)
q Develop and implement a comprehensive and integrated housing program
EO 90 (17 December 1986)
q Sole national government agency to engage in shelter production focusing on the housing needs of the
lowest 30% of urban income-earners
RA 7279 - UDHA (24 March 1992)

q Provide technical and other forms of assistance to LGUs in the implementation of their housing programs

q Undertake identification, acquisition, and disposition of lands for socialized housing

q Undertake relocation and resettlement of families living in danger areas with LGUs
RA 7835 - CISFA (08 December 1994)

q Implement the following vital components of the National Shelter Program: Resettlement Program, Medium
Rise Public and Private Housing Program, Cost Recoverable Programs, and Local Housing Program

q Engage in land banking activities to ensure availability of land to sustain the Resettlement Program

q Manage and administer a Trust Fund for the Medium Rise Public and Private Housing and Local Housing
Programs
NHA PDP Target: Completions
2017-2022

• 552,755 Housing Units/Assistance for ISFs and Low-income Sector


• Housing Programs:
– Programs for ISFs Living along Danger Areas in Metro Manila (In-City and Near
City)
– Programs for ISFs Affected by Infra Projects and those in Nearby Projects
– Regional Resettlement Programs: LGUs and Indigenous Peoples
– Vertical Development: LRBs and MRBs
– AFP/PNP, Government Employees Housing
– Permanent Housing for Calamity-affected Families
– High-Impact Projects: Mixed Use Development
Some Policy Initiatives
Green Guide for Socialized Housing Projects
Building Green Program – Technical Working Group (February 27, 2013)

The development of a Green Guide


for Socialized Housing Projects in the
Philippines (Green Guide) is part of the
Green Jobs Promotion in the
Socialized Housing Sector Project of
the International Labour Organization
(ILO) under the Green Jobs in Asia
Project funded by the Australian AID.
OUTLINE

Guidelines for Site Selection, Site Suitability and Site


01 Planning of NHA Housing Development Projects

02 Land Use and Circulation

03 Disaster Resilient Housing

04 Water Supply and Sanitation

05 Energy Conservation

06 Color Scheme
Guidelines for Site Selection, Site
Suitability and Site Planning of NHA
Housing Development Projects
MC 2015-015 dated December 29, 2015
Guidelines for Site Selection, Site Suitability and
Site Planning of NHA Housing Development Projects (MC 2015-015)

The guidelines are set to have a unified


approach, processes and minimum
requirements in selecting and planning
sites for housing projects, and to
establish these with a common
understanding among NHA planners.
SITE SELECTION

• The site selection process covers the identification of locations that


are appropriate for housing development .
SITE SELECTION

FEATURES:
• Forward planning tool – with the use of the Housing Sites Map
• Participatory approach – through consultation with project-level
units and other stakeholders
• Principle of integration – aligning of the plans with other plans
of the government.

The objective is to undertake a purposive


site selection, instead of being reactive to
the escalating demand.
SITE SELECTION

OUTPUT OF SITE SELECTION:


HOUSING SITES MAP

•Or HSM, it is the mapped out locations of


housing sites for at least the next 3 years.
Sites are exact locations or indicative areas
.

•May be reference for land banking.

•To be updated every 3 years, coincided


with the MTPDP and its midterm.
SITE SELECTION

HOUSING SITES MAP


REFERENCES & TOOLS:
• NFPP, MTPDP, other national plans
• CLUPs and ZOs
• Hazard Maps
• Government Infrastructure Projects

GUIDING CRITERIA:
• Location
• Conformity with Land Use
• Accessibility
Guidelines for Site Selection, Site Suitability and
Site Planning of NHA Housing Development Projects (MC 2015-015)
SITE PLANNING
SITE SELECTION SITE SUITABILITY AND DETAILED
A&E DESIGN

Responsible
Units: Regional Offices;
Regional Offices, Operating Project Offices;
Regional Offices;
Units, HTDO (if assistance is requested);
Project Offices
HTDO, CPO CIED (for appraisal of feasible sites
upon request)

Deliverables: Site Development Plan, with


Site Inspection Report (SIR); Pre-
Housing Sites Map (HSM) detailed A&E drawings,
Feasibility Study (PFS) with
(at least 3-year term) costing, and technical
Conceptual Plan
specifications
Timeline: a) SIR within 5 days from date Maximum of 6 months
At least 3 months before the
of inspection preparation;
start of the MTPDP (2017-2022)
b) PFS with Conceptual plan Output completed by target
and its midterm;
within 1 month from date of pre-procurement schedule of
(Updated every 3 years)
submission of SIR the project
Approval Project Proposal to proceed with
Requirement: HSM for approval of GM and for
the detailed planning, design and GM approval prior to bidding
notation of the NHA Board of
budgetary estimates to concerned and/or award
Directors
Regional Office
SITE SUITABILITY ANALYSIS

This process looks at the intrinsic and specific technical qualities of the site and its capability to
address the requirements for housing.

Involves determining the potentials, constraints, and development issues of a specific site
SITE SUITABILITY ANALYSIS

• Topography
Topography must be relatively flat and slopes of proposed sites should not exceed the 15%
maximum gradient considered as buildable slopes for housing development.

• Slope
Density of above 300 to 600 units/ha: slope should be below 5%.
Density of 300 units & below/ha: sloping area could be 5% to 15%.

• Drainage Outfall
Natural waterways and outfalls shall be established on ground, with identified legal access.
Natural waterways should be retained to preserve ecological balance. Drainage outfall should
be extended directly into the main waterways.
SITE SUITABILITY ANALYSIS

DELIVERABLES:

1) Site Inspection Report


2) Pre-Feasibility Study with Conceptual Plan
SITE PLANNING AND DETAILED DESIGN

• Compliance to existing laws, rules and regulations on housing


(local or national)
• Adoption of the green infrastructure and preservation of existing
natural assets of the land (e.g. trees, ground cover, vegetation,
and natural waterways)
• Promotion of “walkable communities”
• Promotion of appropriate community facilities and infrastructure
-to provide for the socio-economic needs and cultural activities of
the beneficiaries
-to encourage the implementation of environmental management pro
grams in the housing sites
Land Use and Circulation
LAND USE ALLOCATION PER SITE

60% Saleable-
• Residential housing development
Land Use Allocation
• Areas for Store spaces
40%
40% Non-Saleable Non-Saleable
Saleable
60%
• Circulation / Road Network
• Parks and Playgrounds
• Community Facilities
Allowable Densities ( No. of Units/hectare)

MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE DENSITY PER HECTARE


Horizontal Development
1-Storey Row house (Loftable) : 150 units / ha
1-Storey Row house (with Loft) : 150 units / ha
2-Storey Row house : 150 units / ha
Vertical Development (Low Rise Buildings)
2-Storey LRB : 192 units / ha
3-Storey LRB : 252 units / ha
4-Storey LRB : 336 units / ha
5-Storey LRB : 420 units / ha
LOT/ HOUSING DESIGN GUIDELINES

BLOCK AND LOT ORIENTATION

• Maximum of 8 units per row of full block RHs


• End lots of RH should face the wider RROW
• RHs of 8 units must be segregated by at least
2.00mts linear park / pocket garden
Disaster Resilient
Housing
22.00 sqm Loftable Rowhouse
33.00 sqm Rowhouse with Loft
and Storespace Provision
Standardizing the number of parking spaces only to the
PARKING minimum requirement will (i)discourage the creation of
hardscapes, (ii) help in reduction of associated emissions
and (iii) encourage the use of alternative transport systems
PROMOTING • Reduced transport costs
• Additional planting strips
WALKABLE • Improved air quality

COMMUNITY
PROMOTING • Reduced transport costs
• Additional planting strips
WALKABLE • Improved air quality

COMMUNITY
Water Supply
and Sanitation
Rainwater Harvesting
Anaerobic Baffled Reactor
Material Recovery Facilities
Drainage Improvement
Water Supply and Sanitation

Anaerobic Baffled
Reactor
Rainwater Harvesting Standard design applicable
for every 300 units.
Significant potable water More economical and
consumption reduction compliant to DENR and
may be achieved with this. DOH parameters.

Drainage Improvement Material Recovery Facility

Storm drainage and Every project shall have an


sewerage system are onsite MRF for better waste
separately designed for management
better treatment of
sewage and efficiency.
RAINWATER HARVESTING
MARAWI TRANSITORY SHELTER
RAINWATER HARVESTING
MARAWI TRANSITORY SHELTER
RAINWATER HARVESTING
MARAWI TRANSITORY SHELTER
MATERIAL RECOVERY FACILITY
EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVE
MATERIAL RECOVERY FACILITY
SITE DEVELOPMENT PLAN
MATERIAL RECOVERY FACILITY
Energy Conservation
Solar Street Lights
SPECIFICATION FOR INTEGRATED SOLAR STREET LIGHT

SOLAR PANEL:60W MONO


BATTERY:LITHIUM
CAPACITY:20AH / 11.1V

LED LAMP POWER:30 WATTS


LUMEN:3000-3600 LM
VIEWING ANGLE:120°

MOUNTING HEIGHT:6M
WORKING TEMP. RANGE:-25°C TO 65°C

ARM/BRACKET:
STAINLESS STEEL SCHEDULE 40

CONNECTING FLANGE:STAINLESS STEEL


SCHEDULE 40

SOLAR STREET LIGHTS Estimate = 26,712.00/unit


SOLAR STREET LIGHTS
Color Selection Guide
For NHA Housing Projects : MC No. 2018-13
COLOR SCHEME MANUAL
COLOR SCHEME MANUAL
ACTIONS AND CHALLENGES

Aligning with the Philippine Development Plan of the Philippines, and with all
the directives pertaining to disaster preparedness and resiliency, climate change
and all the other laws affecting the housing sector, it is imperative to design and
implement innovative and responsive policies, programs and projects.

The greater challenge though is in the actual implementation of these initiatives


in an environmentally sustainable manner. Given the mentioned projections
and the already existing demand for the socialized and low-cost residential
housing, there is a significant opportunity to promote energy efficiency (EE) and
sustainable development measures through this sector, particularly at the
household level and on how to secure its scalability.
Thank you
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