circulated provided that proper attribution to the Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board (HLURB) is made. CLUP GUIDEBOOK A Guide to Comprehensive. CLUP GUIDEBOOKS. OTHER GUIDEBOOKS. *Click the image to view file. Section 18 – Balanced Housing Development of Republic Act. No. Are you familiar with the CLUP and Zoning Ordinance? of the previous/ existing HLURB CLUP Guidebooks? The Comprehensive Land Use Plan ( CLUP).
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In response to these needs, the CLUP Guidebook has adopted the ridge-to-reef or integrated watershed ecosystems management framework to emphasize theinterrelationship between the upland, lowland and coastal ecosystems.
The guidebookshave also integrated special areas and thematic concerns such as ancestral domain,biodiversity, heritage, urban design and green growth in the land use planning processto ensure the conservation and sustainable management of these critical elements.
Everyone is enjoined to utilize the guidebooks in the formulationand development of local land use plans that are not only forward looking but alsoadaptive and resilient to our constantly changing environment. Acknowledgement The HLURB hereby acknowledges all the individuals and groups that have contributed to the preparation and successful completion of this Guidebook. Special mention goes to the following: Table of ContentsList of Figures Sample Schedule of Planning Activities Suggested Composition of the Planning Team List of Recommended Stakeholders Venn Diagram and Stakeholder Typology of Stakeholder Analysis Methods Principles of Effective Consultation Guide in Conducting Consultations in Clup Preparation Developing Ranking and Scalar for Rating Progress Methods of Land Use Survey Inter-Cross Sectoral Analysis Technique Sieve Mapping Techniques and Suitability Analysis Set the Goals and Objectives Establish Development Thrust and Spatial Strategies Social Cost Benefit Analysis General Land Use Policy Areas Types of Buffer in Production Areas Prepare The Land Use Plan Draft the Zoning Ordinance Determining Zones and Development Regulations for Forestlands Green Urban Development Performance Guidelines Capacity Assessment for Implementation Decision Guidelines for Land Development Projects Co-Management Guidelines on Forest Areas Designing a Project Monitoring Scheme Sample Report Card Performance Indicators List of FiguresFigure 1.
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Major Sections of Volume Elements of the Guidebook Hierarchy and Linkage of Plans Sample LGUs with overlapping watershed boundaries Venn Diagram Linkages and Connections of Stakeholders Power versus Interest Grid Sieve Mapping and Suitability Analysis Sample Outcome and Output Indicators Centric and Nodal Form Balancing Land Supply and Demand Recommended Expanded River Easement Recommended Expanded Easement for Coastal Areas Process Flowchart for CCMs List of TablesTable Maps and Data Requirements with Corresponding Sources Risk and Suitability Analysis Matrix Vision Indicator and Timeline Matrix Evaluation of Development Thrust Evaluation of Alternative Development Thrusts General List of Zone Classifications Sample Criteria and Restrictions for Hazard Overlay Review of Organizational Structure and Support Examples of Outcomes and Benchmark Indicators It is also in recognition of the need to mainstream climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction and the growing demand for the integration of planning for critical resources such as upland, coastal, ancestral domain, biodiversity areas, heritage and urban greening, which are not yet appropriately addressed by existing local enabling policies and planning processes.
It has adopted the ridge-to-reef or integrated watershed ecosystems management framework to emphasize the interrelationship between the upland, lowland and coastal ecosystems. More importantly, this Guidebook is an effort to be more relevant and adaptive to the rapidly changing conditions of land and water resources to ensure their sustainable management and conservation for the benefit of future generations.
It hopes to provide the users a handy tool containing the following: It is an integrated guidebook that captures the whole planning process from organizing to monitoring and evaluation. Model Zoning Ordinance The Guidebook is likewise complemented by the following references: Volume 1 is then subdivided into the following major sections: Major sections of Volume 1.
Major sections of Volume 2. The enhancements are focused on the Elements of the Guidebook as shown in Figure 4 as follows: Elements of the Guidebook.
The national land use policy and physical planning process shall be formulated following a combined bottom-up and top-down approach. It indicates broad spatial directions and development guidelines on the four major land use policy areas, namely, settlements development, production land use, protection land use, and infrastructure development. The National Physical Framework Plan should be the reference point by which subsequent national and local sectoral or development plans are directly linked and aligned.
In this way, all plans and programs prepared by national and local government agencies should be seen as contributing and supportive of the physical development objectives and goals of the adopted national, regional, and local physical plans. The integration and harmonization of the physical framework plans at all levels shall be iterative to ensure that the concerns of both top and bottom levels of government are considered.
The physical and land use plans prepared at all levels shall have internal consistency specifically on, but not limited to, the development, management and conservation of critical watersheds and guideook re- cpup, key biodiversity areas and national parks, protected areas, coastal and inland waters, cultural and heritage sites and ancestral lands guivebook within a given territory.
These plans shall likewise be consistent and linked with the identified policy guidelines and options of the four major land use policy areas to ensure their complementation in the protection, conservation, development and management of these resources. The PPFP shall determine the physical development of the entire guldebook territory, consolidate and harmonize the comprehensive land use plans of component cities and municipalities. It shall reflect the indicative land use management and physical development direction of the province consistent with the RPFP.
The PPFP shall serve as basis for other sectoral and development plans related to land, natural resources, and infrastructure facilities, including the development plan of the province. The Comprehensive Land Use Plan CLUP shall determine the specific uses of land and other physical and natural resources, guivebook private and public, within their territorial jurisdiction including areas co-managed with the national government and, as appropriate, management plans for ancestral domains, critical watersheds, river basins, and protected areas.
The CLUP shall delineate actual boundaries on the ground within the territorial jurisdiction, embody the desired land use patterns of the barangay, city or municipality, translate and integrate sectoral plans, and provide appropriate policies for each of the four land use planning categories. This shall ensure not only the bottom-up and participatory aspect of the land use policy but more importantly integrating local and community land use priorities with the national and regional priorities.
Hierarchy and Linkage of Plans. The State declares its land use policies and principles in terms of relation to national economy and patrimony as well as its police power for the promotion of public health, public safety, public interest, public ghidebook, and general welfare. The reason why the State should regulate the right to use property, among other rights, is explained in Article XII, Section 6. Article XII, Section 6: Within their respective territorial jurisdictions, local government units shall ensure and support, among other things, the preservation and enrichment of culture, promote health and safety, enhance the right of the people to cluup balanced ecology, en- courage and support the development of appropriate and self-reliant scientific and tech- nological capabilities, improve public morals, enhance economic prosperity and social justice, promote full employment among their residents, maintain peace and order and preserve the comfort and convenience of their inhabitants.
Provided, that the formulation, adoption, or modification of said plan shall be in coordination with the ap- proved Provincial Comprehensive Land Use Plan.
Prescribe reasonable limits and restraints on the use of property within the jurisdiction of the municipality Sec.
Sections 1 a, c and 2 a, e, f: Provincial governments on the other hand are directed, along with national government agencies, to provide technical and resources, enforcement and information management assistance to LGUs to implement local CCA plans. PA 21 envisions a better quality of life for all through the development of a just, moral, creative, spiritual, economically-vibrant, caring, diverse yet cohesive society characterized by appropriate productivity, participatory and democratic process and living in harmony within the limits of the carrying capacity of nature and the integrity of creation.
Poverty is a central concern of sustainable development. Consistent with this, PA 21 has a poverty reduction agenda that includes measures to create an enabling economic environment for sustained and broad-based growth; improve employment, productivity and income; and attain food security.
Social equity should mean allocation of resources on the bases of guicebook and equity to achieve balanced development. Efficiency and equity mean the channeling of resources to developing areas where greater economic benefits accumulate and where there is greater need, distribution being dependent on the practicality and urgency of needs.
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Empowerment and Good Governance: Empowerment is a precondition of informal choices. Good governance is a necessary precondition to empowerment, as empowerment is to good governance. These two are a defining element of each other. The cycle of poverty and conflict goes on as the costs of war escalate in terms of various kinds of destruction while withholding funds for basic services, resulting in more poverty and underdevelopment.
Encouraging the sustainable growth of guideobok and large towns while complementing the growth of rural areas by adopting alternative development approaches.