• Locational Clearance/ Zoning Permit
    • Preliminary approval & Locational Clearance/ Development Permit/ Alteration of Plan
    • Availment of Technical Date/ information


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City Planning and Development Coordinator's Qualifications, Powers and Duties

No person shall be
appointed planning and development coordinator unless he is a citizen of
the Philippines, a resident of the local government unit concerned, of good
moral character, a holder of a college degree preferably in urban planning,
development studies, economics, public administration, or any related
course from a recognized college or university, and a first grade civil
service eligible or its equivalent. He must have acquired experience in
development planning or in any related field for at least five (5) years in
the case of the provincial or city planning and development coordinator,
and three (3) years in the case of the municipal planning and development
coordinator. The appointment of a planning and development coordinator
shall be mandatory for provincial, city and municipal governments.

(b) The planning and development coordinator shall take charge of the
planning and development office and shall:

(1) Formulate integrated economic, social, physical, and other
development plans and policies for consideration of the local
government development council;

(2) Conduct continuing studies, researches, and training
programs necessary to evolve plans and programs for

(3) Integrate and coordinate all sectoral plans and studies
undertaken by the different functional groups or agencies;

(4) Monitor and evaluate the implementation of the different
development programs, projects, and activities in the local
government unit concerned in accordance with the approved
development plan;

(5) Prepare comprehensive plans and other development
planning documents for the consideration of the local
development council;

(6) Analyze the income and expenditure patterns, and formulate
and recommend fiscal plans and policies for consideration of
the finance committee of the local government unit
concerned as provided under Title Five, Book II of this Code;

(7) Promote people participation in development planning within
the local government unit concerned;

(8) Exercise supervision and control over the Secretariat of the
local development council; and

(c) Exercise such other powers and perform such other functions and
duties as may be prescribed by law or ordinance