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1 SAN MATEO DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK PLAN (SMDFP) OCTOBER 16, 2009

2 SAN MATEO DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK PLAN 1.1Mayor Jose Rafael E. Diaz’s Vision of an orderly, livable, vibrant & dynamic community that is environment- sensitive. Local Government Units need to have a forward -looking Framework Plan that will have a built - in flexibility to incorporate new thrusts and new ideas that may come in incremental or packaged systems

3 1.2The San Mateo Comprehensive Development Plan prepared by MJE Consultants in July The Geo-Hazard Maps prepared by 1.4The Metro Manila transport plan prepared by MMDA and all other studies by LLDA, DENR, as well as, the Lungsod Silangan Proclamation SAN MATEO DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK PLAN

4 2.1A New Town image reflecting the vision of its leaders and the fulfillment of the dreams andaspirations of people seeking the fullness of life in a setting that enhances man-nature kinship. SAN MATEO DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK PLAN

5 3.1 RECTIFYING & REFORMINGINFRASTRUCTURES a. Traffic &Transportation b. Utilities, Power, Water, Telecommunication SAN MATEO DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK PLAN

6 c.Natural Settings WATERWAYS TOPOGRAPHY AIR QUALITY WATER QUALITY ECOSYSTEMS SAN MATEO DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK PLAN USE OF LAND ABUSE OF LAND LANDFILL

7 3.2RECTIFYING & REFORMING MAN-MADE STRUCTURES FACTORIE S & PLANTS MAN MADE STRUCTURES Above & Below Ground MAN MADE STRUCTURES Above & Below Ground 3.3 OTHER OBSTACLES SAN MATEO DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK PLAN BUILDING STRUCTURES AND HOUSING

8 4.1The Warm Bodies : Inventory of Resources 4.2 The Socio-Economic System SAN MATEO DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK PLAN

9 4.3The Educational System 4.4 The Geo-Hazard & Risk Areas SAN MATEO DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK PLAN

10 4.5 Protecting the Earth : Man-Nature Transaction 4.6 Governance SAN MATEO DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK PLAN

11 5.1 Governance Platform : The Command Center (SMDA-San Mateo Development Authority) 5.2The Legal Platform : Zoning & Development Regulations, Building Ordinances SAN MATEO DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK PLAN

12 5.3The Earth Platform: Setting of the Framework Plan 5.4The Social, Cultural & Public Services Platform : People Oriented Interventions SAN MATEO DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK PLAN

13 5.5The Environment Platform : “Touching the Earth lightly” 5.6The Economic & Financial Platform : Livelihood, Wealth Generation & Financial Systems SAN MATEO DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK PLAN

14 Benchmark NCSO 2007 Population Data : 184,860

15 PLANNING BENCHMARK PLANNING BENCHMARK EDUCATION: 2010 BENCHMARK Elementary School Population (ages 7-12 years): 28,708 28,708 ÷ 40 students / classroom = ÷ 2 shifts = 359 classrooms As per MJE Report : Projected no. of classrooms for 2010 = 179 Difference: 180 classrooms High School Population (ages years): 16,874 16,874 ÷ 40 students / classroom = ÷ 2 shifts = 211 classrooms As per MJE Report : Projected no. of classrooms for 2010 = 116 Difference: 95 classrooms College Population (ages years): 16,222 – assumed to be absorbed by schools in Metro Manila

16 EDUCATION: 2010 BENCHMARK Current Land Requirements for School: Computing for School Building Space Requirement: = 570 x 90 sq.m. per classroom = 51,300 sq.m. + 30% ancillary space = 66,690 sq.m. Computing for School Campus Land Requirement: 66,690 sq.m. x 2 = 133,380 sq.m. or hectares for Elem. & HS

17 PLANNING BENCHMARK PLANNING BENCHMARK EDUCATION: Projection for 2015 (5 years hence) Elementary School Population (ages 7-12 years): 35,522 35,522 ÷ 40 students / classroom = 888 ÷ 2 shifts = 444 classrooms Additional Classrooms Needed: = 85 High School Population (ages years): 19,138 19,138 ÷ 40 students / classroom = 478 ÷ 2 shifts = 239 classrooms Additional Classrooms Needed: = 28 College Population (ages years): 25,311 – assumed to be absorbed by schools in Metro Manila (The Plan is to encourage prestigious universities to locate a branch in San Mateo.)

18 EDUCATION: 2015 Additional Land Requirements for School in 5 years: Computing for School Building Space Requirement: = 113 x 90 sq.m. per classroom = 10,170 sq.m. + 30% ancillary space = 13,221 sq.m. Computing for School Campus Land Requirement: 13,221 sq.m. x 2 = 26,442 sq.m. or 2.64 hectares additional for Elem. & HS

19 HOUSING: 2010 BENCHMARK Total population: 211,138 ÷ 5 (average family size per household) = 42,228 households As per MJE Report : Projected no. of households for 2010 = 31,794 Difference: 10,434 households Plus emerging households (female ages 25-39) = 25,377 households Total Difference: 35,811 households Current Land Requirement for Housing: 42, ,377 = 67,605 x 250 sq.m. (area of housing unit)= 16,901,250 sq.m. or 1,690 hectares

20 HOUSING: 2015 Total population: 263,494 ÷ 5 (average family size per household) = 52,699 households Plus emerging households (female ages 25-39) = 28,333 households Total Households: 81,032 Additional Land Requirement for Housing in 5 years: 81,032-67,605 = 13,427 x 250 sq.m. (area of housing unit)= 3,356,750 sq.m. or hectares

21 WASTE GENERATION: ,228 households x 25 kilos of waste per household per day = 1,055,700 kilos of waste per day ,699 households x 25 kilos of waste per household per day = 1,317,475 kilos of waste per day

22 WATER SUPPLY: ,228 households x 200 liters per household per day = 8,445,600 liters per day ,699 households x 200 liters per household per day = 10,539,800 liters per day

23 POWER SUPPLY: ,228 households x 1000 kw per household per month = 42,228,000 kw per month ,699 households x 1000 kw per household per month = 52,699,000 kw per month

24 TEACHERS: 2010 Elementary Teachers: 28,708 ÷ 40 = 718 High School Teachers: 16,874 ÷ 40 = 422 Total Teachers: 45,582 ÷ 40 = 1, Elementary Teachers: 35,522 ÷ 40 = 888 (Additional requirement: 170) High School Teachers: 19,138 ÷ 40 = 478 (Additional requirement: 56) Total Teachers: 54,660 ÷ 40 = 1,366 (Additional requirement: 226)

25 POLICEMEN AND FIREMEN: ,138 ÷ 1,000 = 211 policemen and 211 firemen As per CPD Report : Projected no. of policemen and firemen for 2010 = 116 each Difference: 95 policemen and 95 firemen ,494 ÷ 1,000 = 263 policemen and 263 firemen (Additional requirement: 52 each)

26 FOOD REQUIREMENTS: 2010 RICE = 1 cavan per household per month 42,228 households + 25,377 emerging households = 67,605 households 67,605 households x 1 cavan per household per month = 67,605 cavans per month Target 20% rice sufficiency: 67,605 cavans x 20% = 13,521 cavans per month Current Land Area Requirement for Rice Production: Assuming a yield of 50 cavans of rice per hectare 13,521 cavans x 12 months = 162,252 cavans per year 162,252 cavans per year ÷ 2 planting seasons = 81,126 cavans per season 81,126 cavans ÷ 50 cavans per hectare = 1, hectares of rice lands

27 FOOD REQUIREMENTS: 2015 RICE = 1 cavan per household per month 52,699 households + 28,333 emerging households = 81,032 households 81,032 households x 1 cavan per household per month = 81,032 cavans per month Target 20% rice sufficiency: 81,032 cavans x 20% = 16,206 cavans per month Land Area Requirement for Rice Production in 5 years: Assuming a yield of 50 cavans of rice per hectare 16,206 cavans x 12 months = 194,472 cavans per year 194,472 cavans per year ÷ 2 planting seasons = 97,236 cavans per season 97,236 cavans ÷ 50 cavans per hectare = 1, hectares of rice lands (1, )

28 PROPOSED C6 SAN MATEO-ANTIPOLO TOLL BY-PASS ROAD TO LANDFILL RODRIGUEZ MARIKINA ANTIPOLO RING ROADS HIGHWAY SIMILAR TO SCTEX SANITARY LANDFILL LIMIT OF URBAN DEVELOPMENT PROPOSED CONNECTION TO Q.C. FLOOD- PRONE AREAS AREAS WITH LOW TO HIGH LANDSLIDE SUSCEPTIBILITY

29 PROPOSED C6 SAN MATEO-ANTIPOLO TOLL BY-PASS ROAD TO LANDFILL RODRIGUEZ MARIKINA ANTIPOLO RING ROADS HIGHWAY SIMILAR TO SCTEX SANITARY LANDFILL PROPOSED CONNECTION TO Q.C. LOW TO HIGH LANDSLIDE SUSCEPTIBILITY URBAN RENEWAL DEVELOPMENT PROPOSED DIKE EXISTING TOWN CENTER PROPOSED SPORTS AND CIVIC CENTER NEW CIVIC CENTERS FLOOD-PRONE AREAS FLOOD-PRONE AREAS

30 PROPOSED C6 RODRIGUEZ MARIKINA ANTIPOLO RING ROADS HIGHWAY SIMILAR TO SCTEX SANITARY LANDFILL Inner Ring Development: Town Plaza, Sports and Civic Center = 150 Hectares Inner Ring Development: Town Plaza, Sports and Civic Center = 150 Hectares

31 PROPOSED C6 RODRIGUEZ MARIKINA ANTIPOLO RING ROADS HIGHWAY SIMILAR TO SCTEX SANITARY LANDFILL Riverside Development = 30 Hectares Inner Ring Development: Town Plaza, Sports and Civic Center = 150 Hectares Riverside Development = 30 Hectares

32 PROPOSED C6 RODRIGUEZ MARIKINA ANTIPOLO RING ROADS HIGHWAY SIMILAR TO SCTEX SANITARY LANDFILL Flood-Prone Areas Development = 160 Hectares Inner Ring Development: Town Plaza, Sports and Civic Center = 150 Hectares Riverside Development = 30 Hectares Flood-Prone Areas Development = 160 Hectares

33 PROPOSED C6 RODRIGUEZ MARIKINA ANTIPOLO RING ROADS HIGHWAY SIMILAR TO SCTEX SANITARY LANDFILL New Housing Areas = 590 Hectares Inner Ring Development: Town Plaza, Sports and Civic Center = 150 Hectares Riverside Development = 30 Hectares Flood-Prone Areas Development = 160 Hectares New Housing Areas = 590 Hectares

34 PROPOSED C6 RODRIGUEZ MARIKINA ANTIPOLO RING ROADS HIGHWAY SIMILAR TO SCTEX SANITARY LANDFILL Redevelopment of Existing Subdivisions = 1,230 Hectares Inner Ring Development: Town Plaza, Sports and Civic Center = 150 Hectares Riverside Development = 30 Hectares Flood-Prone Areas Development = 160 Hectares New Housing Areas = 590 Hectares Redevelopment of Existing Subdivisions = 1,230 Hectares

35 PROPOSED C6 RODRIGUEZ MARIKINA ANTIPOLO RING ROADS HIGHWAY SIMILAR TO SCTEX SANITARY LANDFILL New Civic Centers = 50 Hectares Inner Ring Development: Town Plaza, Sports and Civic Center = 150 Hectares Riverside Development = 30 Hectares Flood-Prone Areas Development = 160 Hectares New Housing Areas = 590 Hectares Redevelopment of Existing Subdivisions = 1,230 Hectares New Civic Centers = 50 Hectares

36 PROPOSED C6 RODRIGUEZ MARIKINA ANTIPOLO RING ROADS HIGHWAY SIMILAR TO SCTEX SANITARY LANDFILL Food Production Area = 190 Hectares Inner Ring Development: Town Plaza, Sports and Civic Center = 150 Hectares Riverside Development = 30 Hectares Flood-Prone Areas Development = 160 Hectares New Housing Areas = 590 Hectares Redevelopment of Existing Subdivisions = 1,230 Hectares New Civic Centers = 50 Hectares Food Production Area = 190 Hectares

37 PROPOSED C6 RODRIGUEZ MARIKINA ANTIPOLO RING ROADS HIGHWAY SIMILAR TO SCTEX SANITARY LANDFILL San Mateo-Antipolo Toll By-Pass Road 6 Lanes = 13 Kms. Inner Ring Development: Town Plaza, Sports and Civic Center = 150 Hectares Riverside Development = 30 Hectares Flood-Prone Areas Development = 160 Hectares New Housing Areas = 590 Hectares Redevelopment of Existing Subdivisions = 1,230 Hectares New Civic Centers = 50 Hectares Food Production Area = 190 Hectares SAN MATEO-ANTIPOLO TOLL BY-PASS ROAD San Mateo-Antipolo Toll By-Pass Road 6 Lanes = 13 Kms.

38 PROPOSED C6 RODRIGUEZ MARIKINA ANTIPOLO RING ROADS HIGHWAY SIMILAR TO SCTEX SANITARY LANDFILL Infrastructure Development Ring Roads = 26 Kms. Inner Ring Development: Town Plaza, Sports and Civic Center = 150 Hectares Riverside Development = 30 Hectares Flood-Prone Areas Development = 160 Hectares New Housing Areas = 590 Hectares Redevelopment of Existing Subdivisions = 1,230 Hectares New Civic Centers = 50 Hectares Food Production Area = 190 Hectares SAN MATEO-ANTIPOLO TOLL BY-PASS ROAD TO LANDFILL Infrastructure Development Ring Roads = 26 Kms. San Mateo-Antipolo Toll By-Pass Road 6 Lanes = 13 Kms.

39 PROPOSED C6 RODRIGUEZ MARIKINA ANTIPOLO RING ROADS HIGHWAY SIMILAR TO SCTEX SANITARY LANDFILL Inner Ring Development: Town Plaza, Sports and Civic Center = 150 Hectares Riverside Development = 30 Hectares Flood-Prone Areas Development = 160 Hectares New Housing Areas = 590 Hectares Redevelopment of Existing Subdivisions = 1,230 Hectares New Civic Centers = 50 Hectares Food Production Area = 190 Hectares SAN MATEO-ANTIPOLO TOLL BY-PASS ROAD TO LANDFILL Infrastructure Development Ring Roads = 26 Kms. San Mateo-Antipolo Toll By-Pass Road 6 Lanes = 13 Kms.

40 SAN MATEO FRAMEWORK DEVELOPMENT PLAN FRAMEWORK PLAN (EARTH PLATFORM) LGU SMDA (San Mateo Development Authority GOVERNANCE PLATFORM LEGAL PLATFORM POOL FUNDS GENERATION TRUSTEE BANK SOCIAL CULTURAL PUBLIC SERVICE PLATFORM ENVIRONMENT PLATFORM ECONOMIC & FINANCIAL PLATFORM

41 SAN MATEO FRAMEWORK DEVELOPMENT PLAN a. IMMEDIATE b. SHORT TERM d. LONG TERM c. MEDIUM TERM


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