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Green architecture in dev’t of Ganza parking to be observed
by PIO release

The city government will highlight green architecture in the planned put-up of a four-story multilevel pay parking building within the Ganza parking area.

Mayor Mauricio G. Domogan said that the plans being prepared for the multilevel parking building will include green architecture as part of the city’s mandate to embrace green architecture to boost preservation and protection efforts for the city’s environment.

“Green architecture is now part of the local government’s strategies, which has been identified as one of the possible mitigating measures to deal with the effects of climate change,” Domogan said.

He said that after the plans and programs of work for the multilevel parking building is completed, concerned departments will prepare the terms of reference for the conduct of public bidding of the project to allow interested developers to take part in the implementation of green buildings in the different parts of the city.

He said the Ganza parking area has been identified and designated as a parking area even if it is part of the 34-hectare Burnham Park, and it is just proper for the local government to maximize its use for parking.

The put-up of the multilevel parking building in the area is part of the efforts of the city government to address shortage of parking spaces and traffic woes in the central business district.

Aside from the earlier public consultations held by the city council traffic committee, the mayor expressed willingness to talk to those who are opposed to the city’s multilevel parking project, provided they will also be open-minded in considering the advantages and disadvantages of the project as well as the benefits in addressing the lack of parking spaces around the central business district area.


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