Building Code of the Philippines(1)

Exceeding 100 sq m p 5000 b buildings with

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Unformatted text preview: ) Buildings with area above 20,000 sq.m. up to . . . . . . . 30,000 sq.m. 400.00 e) Buildings with area above 30,000 sq.m. . . . . . . . . . . . . 800.00 4.4 For all other Cities and Municipalities the Fees shall be 50% of the above rates. 4.5 Category III (For Metro-Manila and 1st Class Cities) a) Buildings with area up to 5,000 sq. m. . . . . . . . . . . . . 30.00 b) Buildings with area above 5,000 sq. m. up to . . . . . . . . 10,000 sq. m. 100.00 c) Buildings with area above 10,000 sq. m. up to . . . . . . . 20,000 sq. m. 200.00 d) Buildings with area above 20,000 sq. m. up to . . . . . . . 30,000 sq. m. 300.00 e) Buildings with area above 30,000 sq. m. . . . . . . . . . . . 600.00 4.6 For all other Cities and Municipalities the Fees shall be 50% of the above rates. 5. INTERIM GUIDELINES AND LAND DEVELOPMENT In the absence of an official Land Use Plan, the following guidelines shall be observed: 5.1 The Building Official shall determine the major land use pattern in his respective area of jurisdiction in consultation with the Human Settlements Regulatory Commission (HSRC) or the local planning and/or development body. All new building constructions shall conform to this major use pattern. 5.2 Any form of land development such as site grading, construction of curbs and gutters, fencing, etc., shall not be allowed unless adequate provisions for environmental protection are made to safeguard the areas adjacent to the proposed development from flooding, pollution and other physical ill effects. 5.3 In cases of large-scale land development covering an area of 2,500 square meters or more, the consent of the homeowners and/or barangay association and adjacent property owners shall first be obtained before any permit is issued. 5.4 All land development projects covering housing subdivision and residential condominium shall conform to the rules and regulations promulgated under PD 953 and 957 by the National Housing Authority (NHA).(NOTE: Under Executive Order No. 648 issued by President Marcos on Feb. 8, 1978, the NHA regulatory functions were transferred to the HSRC.) RULE III: ASSESSMENT, IMPOSITION AND COLLECTION OF FEES Pursuant to Section 203 of the National Building Code (PD 1096) the Building Official is hereby authorized to collect fees and charges for services rendered in connection with the processing and issuance of the following building permits and the performance of other regulatory functions: 1. Kinds of Permits: 1.1 Zoning and Land use Verification 1.2 Establishment of Line and Grade 1.3 Excavation and Ground Preparation Permit 1.4 Building Permit, for the construction, erection, addition, alteration, renovation, conversion, repair, moving or demolition of residential, commercial, industrial, institutional, recreational, agricultural, ancillary, temporary and other buildings/structures. Examples: Residential – Single detached dwellings and duplexes for use of owners, “on-campus” dormitories, rectories, convents and monasteries, r...
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