5 ASSESSMENT OF RESOURCES FOR SHELTER
Lands that are deemed suitable and available for housing have been inventoried. Irrigable and irrigated rice lands and other lands not allowable and not compatible for residential uses are excluded from the inventory.
Listed in Table below are the lands identified as suitable and available based on their actual status, ownership, and the strong possibility of the owners’ interest to venture into the housing industry. It shows that there has a sufficient availability of land for the program and that is 52 hectares against the future need of 38.09 hectares. Mention the Real Names. The table shows that these lots were located along national highway and along secondary roads within Poblacion to match the needs of the displaced Households that were affected with road widening. The land owned by ____(1) and ___(2) allotted for socialized housing and the rest are for economic housing which has a total of 28 hectares. While socialized housing needs only 14.96 hectares. While land owned by 3, 4, and 5 having a total of 24 hectares allotted for economic housing which only need of 23.13 hectares. Therefore, concluded that there has sufficient availability of land for both socialized and economic housing.
Table – 32 Inventory of Available Suitable Lands for Housing.
Source: As surveyed by MPDC and MAO
The Chart below shows that the socialized housing land needs is 14.96 hectares and the land available is 28 hectares while the economic housing land needs is 23.14 hectares and the land available is 24 hectares which only shows that there has a sufficient land for the whole planning period with regards to socialized and economic housing land availability.
Figure ______ – Comparison of Land Need and Availability of Land
Table below shows the comparison between the land available and land needed for housing. Based on the affordable housing options being proposed by the planners, the land need is 38.09 hectares while the available land is 52 hectares. So therefore, there has sufficient land for the whole planning period.
Table 33 – Comparison of Land Availability and Land Requirement
Source: As Computed
Table below shows that for those households belonging to the first income group (below poverty threshold), 14.96 hectares needed to address their shelter needs. This income group is belong for socialized housing (house and lot options not exceeding P450,000.00). The second income group needs 9.15 hectares, the 3rd group needs 10.73 hectares, the 4th needs 2.04 hectares, the 5th needs .88 hectares while the sixth needs .34 hectares. The total of these five income groups is 23.14 hectares, which sums up the total land needed for economic housing. Also shown in the same table is the comparison between the land availability and land needed for housing. Based on the affordable housing options being proposed, the land need totals to 38.09 hectares and the land available has a total of 52 hectares. Therefore, the land availability for both the socialized and economic housing is sufficient.
Table 34 – Comparison of Land Need and Available Suitable Land for Housing
Source: As computed
5.2 – Infrastructure & Basic Services (for new units and upgrading of infra facilities)
Power Needs. Table below presents the need for power versus the capacity of ZAMSURECO, the power provider. The figures show that the annual capacity of ZAMSURECO has 600 units can be served annually while the need between 2016 to 2025 is over 6,000 connections. Thus there has a sufficient or enough services in terms of power supply all throughout the program period which only requires of 3,736 units.
Table 35 – Assessment of Power Need vs Capacity of Service Provider
Sanitation Need. Table below presents the need for sanitation versus the capacity of LGU as the sanitation provider specifically on toilet bowls. The figures show that the annual capacity of LGU has 1,900 units can be served while the need between 2016 to 2018 is over 5,700 units. Thus there has a sufficient or enough services in terms of supply on toilet bowls all throughout the program period which only requires of 5,421 units.
Table 36 – Assessment of Sanitation Need vs Capacity of Service Provider
Water Need. The Table below presents the need for water versus the capacity of LGU as the water provider. The figures show that the annual capacity of LGU has 6,000 units and even more can be served while the need between 2016 to 2025 is over 3,736 units. Thus there has a sufficient or enough services in terms of supply on water all throughout the program period which only requires of 5,421 units. Titay has sufficient supply of water considering that the main source of Ipil-Titay Water District is came from Titay.
Table 37 – Assessment of Water Need vs Capacity of Service Provider
The chart below shows the summary of assessments of need vs capacity of service providers. It shows also that among the assessments of need, the power and water needs are almost to be doubled in relation to capacity of service providers in which 3,751 HHs are in need for power while 3,736 HHs are in need of water and the capacity of service providers are 7,000 and 6,000 HHs respectively.
Figure _____ – Summary of Assessment of Needs VS Capacity of Service Providers
Drainage System Need. So far Titay has adept with regards to drainage system in the municipality considering that LGU has lots of equipments for this purpose such as bulldozer, back hoe, grader and etc. Thus at the end of 2014 the Local Government of Titay has cleared all the possible sites that caused of excess water and flooding.
Table 38 – Assessment of Drainage Need vs Capacity of Service Provider
Road access. As mentioned earlier that Titay has almost all the equipments needed for accessing roads from Poblacion to barangays and aside from that the administration is particular on farm to market roads some years back already that makes now all barangays accessible.
Table 39 – Assessment of Roads Need vs Capacity of Service Provider
Garbage Collection and Disposal Need. As mentioned in previous chapter that Titay is adequate on sanitation in connection to Garbage Collection and Disposal Need. The program that the LGU is on thrust “Make Environment Clean” has able to come up a technique to have a round of garbage collection and disposal of 7 days in a week. The presence of “Eco-park” of the municipality “make the environment clean” coupled with the implementation on “Smoke Free Program” that keep even cigarettes butts in placed and made the only municipality of the province of Zamboanga Sibugay having a “red orchids” recognition. “Red Orchids” means that the degree of implementation is quite exceptional with regards to a “smoke free” municipality.
Table 40 – Assessment of Garbage Collection & Disposal Need vs Capacity of Service Provider
No Structures to be Upgraded. The planners has come up to an assessment that there has no identified structures yet to be upgraded considering that Titay is still a 2nd class municipality and aside from that it is an agricultural municipality that most of the job seekers such as rice harvesters, rice planters, rubber tappers and others came from other places during harvesting and planting season and stay in the farm together with their friends/relatives houses. After the said seasons, job seekers go home to their respective places which make the absence of structure in the municipality for them to shelter permanently.
Table 41 – Assessment of Structures Need to Upgrade vs Capacity of Service Provider
The chart below shows the summary of assessments of need vs capacity of service providers. It shows also that among the assessments of need, the power and water needs are almost to be doubled in relation to capacity of service providers in which 3,751 HHs are in need for power while 3,736 HHs are in need of water and the capacity of service providers are 7,000 and 6,000 HHs respectively. No upgrading needs on Structures, Drainage, Garbage Collection and Road Access.
Housing Finance requirements (for new units). This portion deals with the financial requirements in putting up the identified housing options as well as the potential fund sources.
Table below shows that the estimated project cost for all the proposed housing assistance for the period 2016-2025 amounted to P1,551,953.28.
It shows also in this table the financial requirements of each income group, the cost per unit and the number of housing units needed. Thus, the 1st income group needs a 1,636 units at 340,678.40 per unit for 1st housing designed, and belong to socialized housing which make a total amount of 557,349,862.40. While the 2nd, 3rd and 4th income group has assigned to a 2nd housing designed with a total of 1,894 units needed at 481,833.60 per unit which makes up a total 912,592,838.40. While the 5th and 6th income group are assigned to 3rd housing design and needs a housing units of 105 units at 777,792.00 per unit which makes up a total of 82,010,388.48 with an overall financial requirements of P1,551,953,089.28 for the whole program period from 2016 to 2025.
Table 42 – Estimated Financial Requirements for Housing Provision By Housing Design 2016- 2025
The table below shows that the possible potential sources of funds are NHA, Social Housing and Finance, HDMF, Gawad Kalinga and Habitat for Humanity and some other Housing providers can be tapped to finance the land development and house construction. There are likewise other fund sources that can be later identified and tapped by the municipality.
The possible planners’ strategy is by tapping the financing of several housing providers to met the whole possible funds for shelter provision for the whole program period. In where, the NHA is tap to undergo the resettlement assistance by purchasing lots which cost of P102,898,023, Social housing and Finance Corp are for land development with an amount of P232,100,624. While HDMF, Ground Kalinga and Habitat for Humanity are for Developmental Loan and mainly for house construction and that costs P405,675,324 for each of them, summing up the three has costs of P1,217,025,972 and makes the total costs of Potential Sources of Funds For Shelter Provision of P1,551,953,089.28.
Table 43 – Potential Sources of Funds for Shelter Provision 2016-2025
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Local Shelter Plan – Acknowledgement
Local Shelter Plan – Abstract
Local Shelter Plan – Table of Contents
Local Shelter Plan – List of Acronyms
Local Shelter Plan – Foreword
Local Shelter Plan – Local Shelter Plan – Preface
Local Shelter Plan – Local Shelter Plan – Chapter 1
Local Shelter Plan – Chapter 2 – Municipal Overview
Local Shelter Plan –Assessment of Shelter Need, the Chapter 3
Local Shelter Plan – Assessment Affordability, the Chapter 4
Local Shelter Plan –Chapter 5
Local Shelter Plan – WORK AND FINANCIAL PLAN, the Chapter 6
Local Shelter Plan –Local Shelter Plan – Chapter 7 and Chapter 8