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by PIO release

The City Buildings and Architecture Office (CBAO) said that the number of buildings in the city will be available by the end of this year.

City Building Officer Nazita Bañez said the city government embarked on a program that will make available to the public the actual number of buildings as well as their classifications to serve as a guide for policymakers and decision-makers in the crafting of policies related to the regulation of structures in built-up areas.

“We will have the data on the actual number of buildings in the city by December once our program is complete. We have initial figures but we will defer to the results of our ongoing program so that we will be able to have a concrete data for reference and other purposes that it may serve,” Bañez said.

The CBAO is in charge of the processing and issuance of permits to individuals wanting to construct residential, commercial, or industrial structures; as well as monitoring of the compliance of building owners with laws, rules, and regulations to guarantee public safety.

Bañez said the processing and issuance of building permits is pursuant to the guidelines, including the imposition of the height limit on the structures that will be built, especially in identified hazardous areas that require appropriate mitigating measures.

However, the city government cannot reverse the decision of the Department of Public Works and Highways that grants exemptions on the building height limit.

CBAO is the only department that is not under the supervision and control of the local chief executive. The office is under the direct supervision and control of the DPWH secretary.

Building owners whose applications for the construction of high-rise buildings have been denied by the city government appeal to the DPWH central office and almost of all the appeals are granted.

The city government imposed an eight-story building height limit to structures that were supposed to be constructed after the magnitude 7.9 killer earthquake on July 16, 1990.

The imposition of the building height limit was eventually relaxed and the height of the structures is now based on the results of the soil test that must be done to ascertain the capability of prospective areas to handle high-rise structures.

 
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Domogan conferred hall of fame plum for CSWD progs

Over 3T hired on the spot in job fair

Few barangays complied w/ profile requirement – council

Employers told to enlist domestic workers

Bank deposits reach P12.7 T in 2018

Bar passers urged to join gov’t

Urban gardens can add to Baguio’s tourist attractions

349 hired on the spot in job fair

DOLE, OWWA release P1 M livelihood aid to CAR OFWs

DTI plans sessions to help local exporters become world-class

1.9 enrollees eyed in free TVET program

NYC assures wise mgmt of SK funds

Engineers asked to be transparent in dealings

CCTV footage of City Hall robbery suspect released

Lack of quorum cancels city council session for 2 weeks

Night earthquake drill to be done in Baguio as safety plan

Brigida Eskwela in city, May 20-25

Designation of action officer for special bodies proposed


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