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nha housing programs and technologies
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
NHA HOUSING PROGRAMS AND
TECHNOLOGIES
A presentation by
Atty. SINFOROSO R. PAGUNSAN
NHA General Manager
Chamber of Real Estate & Builders’ Associations, Inc.
9th Monthly Business Meeting
November 26, 2015
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2 Floor, Grand Ballroom, Hotel Intercontinental, Ayala Avenue, Makati City
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
OUTLINE OF PRESENTATION
1. NHA’s Mandates, Vision, Mission and Target ISFs
Clients
2. Housing programs and accomplishments under
the Aquino administration (July 2010 to October
2015)
3. Development of Disaster Resilient Housing
Standards focus Yolanda
4. AITECH Objectives, Checklist of Requirements
and Accredited Technologies
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
HUDCC
Policy review/formulation and
program coordination
Planning,
Regulatory &
Adjudicatory
Agency
HLURB
Funder for housing
of its members
HDMF
Funder for socialized
housing for Informal
Settler Families (ISFs)
Housing Production
Agency
SHFC
NHA
Fund Mobilizer
through the
Secondary Mortgage
Market
Fund Mobilizer
through Guarantees
HGC
NHMFC
Sustainable Community
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
NHA MANDATES
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Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
MANDATE
PD 757
31 July 1975
Develop and implement a
comprehensive and integrated
housing program which shall
embrace, among others,
− housing development and
resettlement
− sources and schemes of
financing, and
− delineation of government
and private sector
participation
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
MANDATE…
EO 90
17 Dec 1986
Sole national
government agency to
engage in shelter
production focusing on
the housing needs of
the lowest 30% of the
urban population
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
MANDATE…
RA 7279
24 March 1992
• Provide technical and other
forms of assistance to local
government units (LGUs) in
the implementation of their
housing programs;
• Undertake identification,
acquisition and disposition of
lands for socialized housing;
and
• Undertake relocation and
resettlement of families with
local government units.
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
MANDATE…
Implement the following
components of the National
Shelter Program
RA 7835
• Resettlement Program
8 Dec 1994
• Medium-Rise Public and
Private Housing,
• Cost Recoverable
Programs and
• Local Housing Programs
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
MAGNITUDE OF ISFs
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
Magnitude of Informal Settler Families (ISFs)
As of July 2011
Location/Category
TOTAL BY LOCATION
Total No.
of Families
% to
Total
1,502,336
100
National Capital Region
584,425
39
Other Regions
917,911
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TOTAL BY CATEGORY
1,502,336
100
778,458
52
52,797
4
Gov’t.-Owned Lands
288,323
19
Privately-owned Lands
382,758
25
Danger Areas
Areas Affected by Gov’t. Infra.
Proj.
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Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
MAGNITUDE
SETTLER
FAMILIES:
MagnitudeOF
of INFORMAL
Informal Settler
Families:
NCR
PHILIPPINES
Total ISFs Phils: 1,502,336
Other Areas
778,458 (52%)
Gov’t-Owned Lands
288,323 (19%)
Privately-owned Lands
382,758 (25%)
Areas Affected by
Gov’t Infra Proj.
52,797 (4%)
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Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
MAGNITUDE
OF INFORMAL
FAMILIES:
Magnitude
of InformalSETTLER
Settler Families:
NCR NCR
Total ISFs NCR: 584, 425
Danger Areas
104,219 (18%)
Areas Affected by
Gov’t Infra Proj.
21,132 (4%)
Privately-owned Lands
279,966 (48%)
Gov’t-Owned Lands
179,108 (31%)
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Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
VISION
“By 2019, NHA would have provided 50% of the
housing needs for homeless low-income families
living in danger areas, government
infrastructure project sites, and governmentowned lands in Metro Manila and all regions”
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Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
MISSION
“Provide adequate and affordable housing
to low-income families, ensure provision of
community facilities and access to utilities,
social and economic opportunities”
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Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
NHA HOUSING PROGRAMS AND
ACCOMPLISHMENTS FOR 2010 TO 2015
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Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
ACCOMPLISHMENTS BY PROGRAM (2010-2015)
Resettlement,
84,080, 17%
Hsg. For ISFs in MM
Danger Areas,
66,221, 13%
AFP/PNP Hsg.,
57,953, 12%
Settlement
Upgrading,
22,396, 4%
Other Programs,
9,493, 2%
Hsg. Assistance for
Calamity Victims,
259,732, 52%
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
HOUSING PROGRAM FOR ISFS LIVING
ALONG DANGER AREAS IN METRO
MANILA
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
SAN JUAN CITY HOUSING PROJ. PH. 1
Pinaglaban St., San Juan City
PLEASANT HILLS MRB (3 projects) No. of Units: 348(PH.1)
San Jose del Monte, Bulacan
No. of Units: 600 + 596 + 592
MALABON MRH
Longos, Malabon
No. of Units: 180
DISIPLINA VILL., 3-STOREY
Bgy. Ugong, Valenzuela City
No. of Units: 594
TALA 2, 5-STOREY MRB,
Tala, Caloocan City
No. of Units: 480`
CAMARIN, 5-STOREY MRB,
Camarin, Caloocan City
No. of Units: 1200
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NGC PHASE 4, Pkg. 1, 5-STOREY
Bgy. Holy Spirit, Quezon City
No. of Units: 480
NAVOTAAS 1 HOUSING PROJ.
Tanza, Navotas CitySlide 33
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No. of Units: 680
CAMARIN RESIDENCES 1, 2 & 3 ,
5-STOREY LRB
Camarin (PCSO), Caloocan City
No. of Units: 720+600+720 =2,O40
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COBEY/FABELLA PROPERTY,
Mandaluyong City
No. of Units: 68
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MANGGAHAN (MMDA Depot)
5-STOREY MRB
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No. of Units: 120
GULAYAN/TANGLAW
(NAVOTAAS 2) , 5-STOREY MRB,
Dagat-Dagatan, Navotas City
No. of Units: 180
3
SMOKEY, 5-STOREY MRB,
Balut, Tondo ManilaSlide 28
No. of Units: 970
TALA PH. 3, 5-STOREY MRB,
Tala, Caloocan City
No. of Units: 420`
5
NGC PHASE 4, Pkg. 2, 5-STOREY
Bgy. Holy Spirit, Quezon City
No. of Units: 480
MMDA PH 2 and 3 (MMDA
Depot) 5-STOREY MRB
No. of Units: 360/420
IN-CITY MRBs
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
ESTERO DE SAN MIGUEL
ESTERO DE MAYPAJO
ESTERO DE SUNOG
APOG
ESTERO DELA REYNA
No. of Bldgs. : 9
No. of Units : 970
2
0
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
Tala 2 (5-storey)
Tala Estate, Caloocan City
CALOOCAN
WATERWAYS
No. of Bldgs. : 8
No. of Units : 480
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
Tala 2 (5-storey)
CALOOCAN
WATERWAYS
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
CAMARIN 1 (5-storey)
Camarin, Caloocan City
CALOOCAN
WATERWAYS
No. of Bldgs. :
10
No. of Units : 1,200
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
Camarin 1 (5-storey)
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
NAVOTAAS 1 (2-storey LRB)
Tanza, Navotas City
NAVOTAS
RIVERWAYS AND
MANILA BAY
SHORELINES
No. of Bldgs. : 20
No. of Units : 680
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
NAVOTAAS 2 (GULAYAN/TANGLAW) (5-storey)
Navotas City
Gulayan
NAVOTAS
RIVERWAYS AND
MANILA BAY
SHORELINES
Tanglaw
No. of Bldgs. :
3
No. of Units : 180
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
DISIPLINA VILLAGE 2 (5-storey)
Brgy. Ugong, Valenzuela City
TULLAHAN
RIVER
No. of Bldgs. : 18
No. of Units : 594
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
QUEZON CITY
RIVERWAYS
No. of Bldgs. :
8
No. of Units : 480
Republic Ave., Brgy Holy Spirit, Quezon City
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
MANGGAHAN
FLOODWAY
No. of Bldgs. :
2
No. of Units : 120
Brgy. Sta. Lucia, Eastbank Road, Manggahan Floodway, Pasig City
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
SAN JUAN
WATERWAYS
No. of Bldgs. :
6
No. of Units : 348
SAN JUAN CITY HOUSING PROJECT (5-storey)
Brgy. St. Joseph, San Juan City
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
NORZAGARAY HEIGHTS
Brgy. Minuyan, Norzagaray
Contractor: Mever
No. of Units : 500
PANDI RESIDENCES
Pandi, Bulacan
Contractor: LAK-K
No. of Units : 1000
BALAGTAS HEIGHTS
Bgy. Santol, Balagtas, Bul.
Contractor: CS GARCIA
No. of Units : 1000
ST. MARTHA HOMES
Bgy. Batia, Bocaue, Bul
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Contractor: BAQUE
No. of Units : 2000+1790
SOUTHVILLE 3A EXT.
Bgy San Antonio, San
Pedro Developer: BAQUE
No. of Units: 567
SAN JOSE DEL MONTE HTS
Brgy. Muzon, San Jose del
Monte, Bulacan
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Developer: LAK-K
No. of Units: 4006 + 1000
SOUTHVILLE 8B, PH. 4
Brgy Laylayan, Rodriguez
Developer: BAQUE
No. of Units: 1279
TOWERVILLE PH. 7
Bgy. Gaya-gaya San Jose,
Del Monte, Bulacan
Developer: GRDC
No. of Units : 2000
METRO MANILA
DON JOSE HOMES
Bgy. Banlic, Calamba,
Laguna
Contractor: NSJBI
No. of Units : 1000
VERDANT HILLS
Brgy. Concepcion Baras
Developer: FAB-MIK
No. of Units: 500
SOUTHVILLE 2, PH. 3
Bgy. Aguado, Trece M
Cavite
Contractor: GRDC
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No. of Units : 1500
GOLDEN HORIZON
Bgy. Hugo Perez, Trece M
Contractor: HG3
No. of Units : 2500
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TOWERVILLE PH. 6
Bgy. Gaya-gaya San Jose,
Del Monte, Bulacan
Developer: GRDC
No. of Units : 1060 + 1000
CONSORTIUM
Trece Martires City,
Cavite
No. of Units : 10,000
SOUTHVILLE 9, PH. 3
Bgy . Pinugay Baras
Rizal
2
Developer: GRDC
No. of Units: 2000
TANAY PREMIER
Tanay, Rizal
No. of Units: 2000
SOUTHVILLE 8B, PH. 5
Brgy San Isidro, Rodriguez
Developer: BAQUE
No. of Units: 605
ST. ISIDORE HEIGHT
Brgy San Isidro, Rodriguez
Developer: BAQUE
No. of Units: 500
HAUZVILLE HOMES
Brgy Plaza Aldea, Tanay
Developer: ELDY
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No. of Units: 1000
EASTSHINE RESIDENCES
Tanay, Rizal
Developer: HAL-REY
No. of Units: 2000
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
NEAR-CITY RESETTLEMENT BASIC FEATURES
–
–
–
–
–
Land
Land Development (Serviced Homelots, Roads, Drainage/ Sewer)
Provision for power and water distribution system
Basic rowhouse unit
Community Facilities
•
•
•
•
•
•
Schools
Multi-Purpose Covered Court
Materials Recovery Facility
Wet Market
Transport Terminal
Police Outpost
– Livelihood Program (Accessing with Livelihood Agencies)
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
TYPICAL PROFILE OF RESETTLEMENT PROJECT
PROJECT PROFILE
NAME OF PROJECT
:
GOLDEN HORIZON HOMES
LOCATION
:
Bgy. Hugo Perez, Trece Martires City,
Cavite
BRIEF DESCRIPTION
:
Resettlement Site for MM ISF’s & Environs
PROGRAM CLASSIFICATION
:
Resettlement
TOTAL LAND AREA
:
30.00 Hectares, more or less
TOTAL NO. OF UNITS
:
4,500 House & Lot Packages
LANDOWNER
:
National Housing Authority
DEVELOPER
:
HG III Construction & Dev. Corp.
AVERAGE LOT SIZE
:
40.00 square meters
DATE STARTED
:
May 2013
DATE OF COMPLETION
:
July 2014
TOTAL PROJECT COST
:
STATUS TO DATE
:
Completed with 4,125 families on-site
Land Development
:
Completed
Housing Construction
:
Completed
Roads
:
Concrete Roads & Alleys
Drainage
:
Underground Drainage System
Water System
:
With individual water service connection
Sewer System
:
With individual septic vault
Power Supply
:
Being serviced by Meralco
Php1.105 Billion
DEVELOPMENT FEATURES :
COMMUNITY FACILITIES (Existing & Proposed):

1-unit, 3-storey (15-classroom) School Building
- Completed to date

1-unit, 3-storey (15-classroom) School Building
- Construction in-progress

1-unit, 3-storey (15-classroom) School Building
- For Bidding

1-unit, Covered Court & Multi-Purpose Building
- For Bidding

2-units, Day-Care Centers & 2-units, Health Center - being utilized by the residents

HOA Office & Barangay Center Annex, CSVU

TMC Water District Extension Office
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
GOLDEN HORIZON HOMES
Bgy. Hugo Perez,
Trece Martires City, Cavite
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Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
VILLA ELISE RESETTLEMENT PROJECT
Brgy. Masuso, Pandi, Bulacan
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
PANDI HEIGHTS HOUSING PROJECT
Pandi, Bulacan
3
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CACARONG MATANDA
Pandi, Bulacan
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
MODEL UNIT
BALAGTAS HEIGHTS RESETTLEMENT PROJECT
Brgy. Santol, Balagtas, Bulacan
MODEL UNIT
3
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Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
SOUTHVILLE 9 HOUSING
PROJECTS
Bgy. Pinugay, Baras, Rizal
3
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SOUTHVILLE 9
Baras, Rizal
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
SOUTHVILLE 10
Tanay, Rizal
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0
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
RESETTLEMENT PROGRAM FOR ISFS
AFFECTED BY INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS IN
METRO MANILA AND THOSE LIVING ALONG
DANGER AREAS IN NEARBY PROVINCES
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
Southville 9 Phase 1
Pinugay, Baras, Rizal
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Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
REGIONAL RESETTLEMENT PROGRAM
WITH LGUS AND INDIGENOUS PEOPLES
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
KABUGSAWAN RESETTLEMENT PROJECT
Bacolod City
SIBUTU BADJAO IP HOUSING
Tawi-Tawi
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Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
SETTLEMENTS UPGRADING
PROGRAM
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
NATIONAL GOVERNMENT CENTER
QUEZON CITY
Before
After
National Government Center, Quezon City
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Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
HOUSING ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
FOR CALAMITY VICTIMS
• TS Sendong Housing Program
• Pablo Housing Program
• Zamboanga Conflict
• Yolanda Permanent Housing Program
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
TS SENDONG HOUSING PROGRAM
TABANG CAGAYAN VILLAGE PHASE-1
Lumbia, CDO
Multipurpose Bldg
Elevated Steel Tank
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
TS SENDONG HOUSING PROGRAM
PAGATPAT RELOCATION SITE
Pagatapat, CDO
Multipurpose Bldg
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
PABLO HOUSING PROGRAM
San Antonio Village I
Bgy. Maparat, Compostela Valley
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Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
VIDA VISTA III
Brgy. New Visayas, Montevista
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
New Bataan Resettlement Project 1, Brgy. San
Roque, New Bataan
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
ZAMBOANGA CONFLICT
PANIRAN RESETTLEMENT
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
TALUKSANGAY HOUSING
ZAMBOANGA
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
TYPHOON YOLANDA
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5
PRIME TOWNE PH 1
Pago, Tanauan, Leyte
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
GMA KAPUSO HOUSING PROJECT
Tacloban, Leyte
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
TACLOBAN NORTH VILLAGES
(KAWAYANVILLE)
Tacloban City
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
RIDGEVIEW PARK 1, CABALAWAN
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Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
AFP/ PNP HOUSING PROGRAM
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
SAN FERNANDO VILLE HOUSING PROJECT
SAN FERNANDO CITY, PAMPANGA
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Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
HEROES VILLE 2
BRGY. PINUGAY, BARAS, RIZAL
GUARDIANS HILL
GENERAL SANTOS CITY, SOUTH COTABATO
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
DEVELOPMENT OF DISASTER RESILIENT HOUSING
STANDARDS FOCUS YOLANDA
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Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
Background on Typhoon Haiyan
(known in the Philippines as Typhoon Yolanda)
• Typhoon Yolanda was one of the
strongest tropical cyclones ever
recorded, which devastated portions of
South East Asia, particularly the
Philippines, on November 8, 2013.
• Deadliest Philippine typhoon on record,
killing at least 6,300 in the country.
• Strongest storm record at landfall, and
unofficially the strongest typhoon in
terms of wind speed.
Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Typhoon_Yolanda
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Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
Background on Typhoon Haiyan
(known in the Philippines as Typhoon Yolanda)
• The typhoon caused catastrophic
damage in Eastern Visayas, with many
buildings destroyed. Some areas were
completely washed away.
Photo Source: www.gmanetwork.com
• Although wind speeds
were extreme, the
major cause of damage
and loss of life appears
to have been storm
surge.
The devastation in Guian, Samar taken from Philippine Air Force helicopter.
(AP Photo/Bullit Marquez)
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Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
EXISTING BUILDING CODES IN THE PHILIPPINES
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•
•
•
NATIONAL BUILDING CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES
BATAS PAMBANSA 220
FIRE CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES
OTHER RELEVANT CODES FOR THE INDUSTRY
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Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
Design Consultation Workshops with
Stakeholders
•
On November 15 and 22, 2013, National
Housing Authority (NHA) conducted a design
consultation with major stakeholders to
determine parameters for disaster resiliency
for housing
•
Participants included key shelter agencies,
professional groups, academe, private
practitioners, non-government organizations,
etc.
•
Discussion points centered on four parts : site
selection and planning, temporary facilities,
permanent housing and land development
standards
•
Continuing dialogue are being made to come
up with best housing solutions
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Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
DISASTER RESILIENT HOUSING STRUCTURAL DESIGN STANDARDS
DESIGN PARAMETER
ONE-STOREY
TWO- STOREY
3-STOREYS OR
MORE
WIND LOAD
250 KPH
250 KPH
250 KPH
STRENGTH OF WALL
3,000 PSI
AND SUPERSTRUCTURE
3,000 PSI
3,000 PSI
SOIL BEARING
CAPACITY
95 KPA
95 KPA
95 KPA
SEISMIC LOAD
ZONE 4
ZONE 4
ZONE 4
LOADINGS
50 PSF
50 PSF
50 PSF
FIRE RESISTANCE
2 HOURS
2 HOURS
2 HOURS
This is one of the outputs generated from the consultation meetings of the
NHA TWG on Disaster-Resilient Housing in November to December 2013.
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
OTHER OUTPUTS FROM THE CONSULTATION WORKSHOPS
SOME HOUSING DESIGN OPTIONS:
 ROWHOUSE/DUPLEX with Loft ( Enhanced NHA Resettlement )
 TWO-THREE STOREY LOW-RISE BUILDING to serve as evacuation
center/typhoon shelter during storm surges, also to serve as buffer on sites at
lowland areas
 COMMUNITY FACILITIES such as Multi-Purpose Centers, Day Care/Health
Centers and Schools to Redesign to serve as Evacuation Centers during calamities
with Emergency Storage Rooms
 EMERGENCY STORAGE ROOM PROVISIONS: Food, medicine, water and
emergency power supply and communications ( like bomb shelter on the top
floor)
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
22 m2 DISASTER RESILIENT ROW HOUSE MODEL
(Loftable or with 11 m2 Loft)
LOT SIZE:
40 m2
(10.00m x 4.00m)
BUILDING
FOOTPRINT:
22 m2
(5.50m x 4.00m)
REVISED 06 MAR 2014
TOTAL FLOOR AREA: 33 m2
(Ground Floor and Loft)
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
22 m2 DISASTER RESILIENT ROW HOUSE MODEL
OUTLINE SPECIFICATIONS
STRUCTURAL : RC BEAM, COLUMN & FOOTING
RC WALL FOOTING
RC FLOOR SLAB, 100MM thk. WITH 10mmØ
RSB @ 400mm BOTHWAYS
WALLS
: 150mm thk. CHB (FIREWALL)
100mm thk. CHB, PLASTER FINISH (EXTERIOR)
100mm thk. CHB, TOOL JOINT FINISH (INTERIOR)
ROOFING
: 0.404mm thk CORR. G.I. ROOFING SHEETS at 8’
2.0mm X 50mm X 150mm C-PURLINS WITH
12mmØ SAGROD @ MIDPOINT
DOORS (OPTIONAL)
: 1 – FLUSH DOOR TYPE
1 – PANEL DOOR TYPE
1 – PVC DOOR TYPE
WINDOWS (OPTIONAL) : ALUMINUM JALOUSIE TYPE with TYPHOON SHUTTERS
: 4” x 8” x 8” CONCRETE LOUVER BLOCKS
FINISHES
: EXTERIOR WALL – PLASTERED AND PAINTED FINISH
T & B FLOOR – 200mm X 200mm FLOOR TILES
PLUMBING
: WATER LINE – uPVC PIPES
SANITARY & DRAINAGE LINES – PVC PIPES
TOILET BOWL – PAIL FLUSH TYPE LAVATORY
SEPTIC TANK
: PURIFYING POLYTHYLENE SEPTIC TANK
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
22 m2 DISASTER RESILIENT ROW HOUSE MODEL
Photos of completed units in Tanauan, Leyte
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
3-Storey Building Design for Typhoon Yolanda Victims
Design option for urbanizing or for highly urbanized areas.
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Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
3-Storey Building Design for Typhoon Yolanda Victims
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Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
AITECH OBJECTIVES, CHECKLIST OF REQUIREMENTS
AND ACCREDITED TECHNOLOGIES
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
ACCREDITATION OF INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES
FOR HOUSING
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Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
ACCREDITATION OF INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES
FOR HOUSING
AITECH History
In July 1993, agencies agreed for the reactivation (of an inter-agency
committee created earlier in 1990) of an accreditation system for new
technologies. It was in early 1994 that the reactivation is formally
formed by and between 11 government agencies, now named the
Accreditation of Innovative Technologies for Housing or AITECH.
Member Agencies: Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council (HUDCC); Department of Science and
Technology (DOST); National Housing Authority (NHA); Home Guarantee Corporation (HGC); Home Development Mutual
Fund (HDMF); National Home Mortgage Finance Corporation (NHMFC); Construction Industry Authority of the Philippines
(CIAP); Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board (HLURB); University of the Philippines - Bureau of Research and Standards
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(UP-BRS); Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH); Department of Trade and Industry (DTI)
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
TECHNOLOGY MEANS ..
1.
2.
3.
New production processes of existing systems/materials
e.g. Serbe Block (Cardboard roll inner core)
Cavite Form Modules (Interlocking blocks)
New construction techniques applied or utilized in low cost housing units
e.g. Permaform
Nedsteel
New building materials designed to serve as alternatives to traditional or
conventional components
e.g. SRC Panels
Prefab fences (Vazbilt)
Three Chamber Plastic Septic Tank made of polyethylene
Onduline Roofing Material (recycled paper with bitumen component)
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
TECHNOLOGY considered for application are the following:
1. Locally developed and manufactured building systems,
materials appropriated for housing including construction
techniques /systems
2. Building systems /materials developed in other countries,
whether being introduced to the country or have been
adopted and manufactured locally with or without
modificaitons
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
ACCREDITATION OF INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES
FOR HOUSING
OBJECTIVES
• To assist producers of innovative technologies in securing
acceptance of their products or systems in the market as
well as to make these technologies acceptable for funding
under the government’s housing loan program.
• To encourage and promote the use of innovative
technologies as an alternative to traditional housing
construction system.
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
ACCREDITATION OF INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES
FOR HOUSING
CRITERIA FOR ACCREDITATION
• Structural Evaluation
• Cost effectiveness based on the
resulting construction costs as
compared with housing unit built
with
conventional
building
materials/systems.
• Compliance to housing standards
based on BP 220, PD 957 and the
National Building Code.
• Appraisal of housing units using
the technology for mortgage
acceptance by funding institutions.
• Physical properties and structural
soundness of technologies in
relation to health considerations
and suitability to local climatic and
topographic conditions.
• Local availability of raw materials
for the production/ use of particular
technologies.
• Consistency of required quality in
mass production.
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
ACCREDITATION OF INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES
FOR HOUSING
ADVANTAGES IN USING INNOVATIVE MATERIALS/SYSTEMS
•
Lower cost of construction
•
Reduced labor and construction time
•
Easier construction method
•
Minimized material wastage
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY
Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council
NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY