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The city government of Pasay through the administration of Mayor Wenceslao

“Peewee” Trinidad commissioned Prime Asia Consult Corp. (Prime Asia) and
T.A.M. Planners Company (T.A.M Planners) to formulate a Comprehensive Land
Use Plan for Pasay City. Prime Asia, an Engineering and Planning firm and
T.A.M. Planners, a multi-disciplinary Planning and Architecture firm have teamed
up to render the best professional services possible. The association of Prime
Asia and TAM Planners has assembled the most qualified and experienced
experts in the planning and engineering fields to prepare Pasay City’s
Comprehensive Land Use Plan.

The general objectives of the project are:

 To prepare the Comprehensive Land Use Plan for Pasay City;

 To update the existing Zoning Ordinance; and
 To identify and formulate programs and projects in the short, medium, and
long terms.

Prior to the preparation of the Comprehensive Land Use Plan, one of the major
tasks of the project is the collection of physical and socioeconomic information
and the establishment of database. The Socio- Economic Profile (SEP), is an
organized sectoral information database from the various secondary data
collected from national agencies and local government offices . The existing
situation of the city and the characteristics of its related sectors along with its
systematic qualitative and quantitative analyses are discussed in the course of
the report.

1.1 Structure of the Report

This Socio- Economic Profile of Pasay City consists eight (8) chapters including
this – Chapter 1, Introduction.

Chapter 2 – Physical Environment

This chapter presents the physical environment of the city, which include: its
geographical, geological, topological, and atmospheric characteristics;
environmental quality; and environmental management. A land use suitability
analysis, which shall be the basis for the CLUP, is presented at the end of the

Chapter 3 – Population and Land Use

This chapter describes the demographic characteristics (i.e. levels, growth,

distribution and movements) and the existing land use patterns of the city. The
land use structure, which will be the context of the Land Use Plan, is further
discussed and analyzed in the chapter.

Chapter 4 – Local Economy

Chapter 4 is the Local Economy of Pasay City. It presents the main drivers of
Pasay City’s economic development namely: trade, industry, commerce and
tourism. An account of the city’s economic enterprises is presented along with its
qualitative analysis.

Chapter 5 – Human and Social Development

The chapter on Human and Social Development presents the existing situation of
the social services provision of the city. This includes health and sanitation,
education, culture and sports, housing and resettlement, public safety and
protective services, social welfare and development.

Chapter 6 – Roads and Transport

Chapter 6 presents the characteristics of the transportation sector of the city

which include the inventory of the existing transportation infrastructure (i.e. roads
and bridges) and the level of pubic transport provision.

Chapter 7 – Infrastructure and Utilities

This chapter discusses existing infrastructure provision and includes water and
power supply, sewerage and drainage systems. Measures of the existing
demand in these utility systems are likewise presented in the chapter.

Chapter 8 – Local Administration

Chapter 8 on Local Administration illustrates the existing organizational structure

of the city and how developments are administered within the structure. The
chapter likewise presents the fiscal profile of the municipality and how it is
currently managed.