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FORM.

Slum, Deteriorated or deteriorating structures. Buildings are environmentally and structurally deficient. The plight of
slum dwellers was worsen by multiple deprivations such as; illegal and tenure, deficient environment and inadequate
shelter and are the result of the gap between the demand and the legal and formal supply in the housing market. (Fig.
1. - 4. Actual site Condition)

FUNCTION.
Faulty layout of lot and buildings in terms of size and usefulness. Buildings are unsafe for people to live or work
because of building code violations, defective design and faulty construction. (Fig. 5. – 10. Actual Site Condition)
ACCESSIBILITY.
Predominance of defective or inadequate street that results to traffic congestion and road conflicts. (Fig. 11. – 16.
Actual Site Condition)

SECURITY/SAFETY.
Sanitary conditions that threatens the health and environmental safety of the residents. The area is suffering from
scattered garbage around the corners of the streets that results to unbearable smell among the houses. Canals are
segmented and obstructed by human activities or sedimentation. The segmentation of the water system decreases
the ecological capacity (natural remediation and flood control), natural amenities, and recreational opportunities of
the water sources. (Fig, 17. – 22. Actual Site Condition)
PROPOSED SITE
-7.5 hectares
-Approximately 7.0629, 125.6166
-Elevation at 2.0 meters or 6.6 feet above mean sea level.

ENVIRONMENTAL CHARACTERISTICS
-Sun Path-Altitude
-Wind Path -Latitude
-Azimuth/Bearing

https://www.sciencedirect.com/topics/engineering/sun-path-diagram
Architectural Design 7
Major Plate No. 2: Neighborhood Renewal
Title Proposal: A Proposed Neighborhood Renewal on Isla Verde

SUBMITTED TO:
ARCHITECT HENRICH GEM HONGAYO

SUBMITTED BY:
GALVEZ, LUNARSHINE
ROBLES, RJ
MABUNGA, DANA
BATERNA, SERGIE HIEDEN
INTRODUCTION
As a well-known metropolis for its fast urban growth, Davao City is in race globally together with the other
industrialized metropolitans. The demand in an overflowing investments comes with a never ending incline of
congestion particularly on the arterial roads (national highways). The sea of cars parked on city roadsides, myriad of
buildings and grey structures, insufficiency of supply and unemployment, are regressive problem visible to the city.
These are due to the cause of rapid rate of urban population and dysfunctional utilization of comprehensive land use
plan. As a result, urban decay from urban sprawl has become unmanageable. In the process of urban blight therefore,
necessity of New Urbanism is a must to be applied.

NEIGHBORHOOD RENEWAL CRITERIA


In an extensive review of definitions and dimensions of social exclusion reinforce the view that exclusion is about more
than poverty alone. Five dimensions are identified which, in any combination, can constitute what has come to be called
‘multiple’ deprivation:

● Poverty: low income, poor housing conditions, inability to purchase healthy foods or necessary utilities;

● Lack of productive activity: ability to engage in paid work, caring or voluntary activity, lack of which reduces social
contacts and sense of self-worth;

● Poor access to services: organizational and language barriers, lack of transport and/or disability can hinder normal
access;

● Weak social networks and integration: internal family and community resources which augment ability to cope and
reduce social isolation; and

● Attitudes and aspirations: which can influence both networking and productive activity through generations.

Neighborhood Renewal combines and connects top-down and bottom up processes for social investment, service
coordination and community involvement in decision-making. Implementing a six point plan of action to:

1. Increase pride and participation

2. Enhance housing and the environment

3. Lift employment, training and education and expand local economies

4. Improve personal safety and reduce crime

5. Promote health and well-being

6. Increase access to services and improve government responsiveness.

This evaluation report has been produced by the Neighborhood Renewal Unit utilizing comparative data sourced from
community surveys conducted by independent tertiary institutions and administrative sources.

Econonomical and Social Factor

The population of Barangay 23-C grew from 6,370 in 1990 to 16,489 in 2015, an increase of 10,119 people. The latest
census figures in 2015 denote a positive growth rate of 1.66%, or an increase of 1,364 people, from the previous
population of 15,125 in 2010. (Illegal settlers & Overpopulation)
Biological and Operational Factors

Sprawl is evident → Blighted

Ecological Factors

Calamities

Around 150 houses were destroyed when a fire hit Purok 2 and Purok 3 in Isla Verde, Barangay 23-C, Davao City around
11 a.m. Friday, City Fire Marshall Major Virna Silagan said. Investigators placed the estimated cost of damage to
properties at P2,625,000. ago, I reckoned the extent of congestion in city’s 23 slum areas was something like there were
5 persons put in 100-square-meter lot. I reckon now an alarming congestion in the city’s slums which is far worst for
those within the city’s CBD. This explains the rise of makeshift settlements in the CDB like the Barangays 23-C, 22-C and
21-C that were gutted by a fire inferno in the night of last April 4. It’s not a wonder why when a hectare of these slum
settlements was eaten up by a fast, raging fire a high number of persons were affected. A report said that total of 2,235
houses were destroyed or not less than 6,000 persons were affected.

The makeshift and slum residential milieu of Barangays 23-C, 22-C and 21-C doesn’t give us a hard time to do self-
explaining why the fire spread and engulfed so fast with many of the victims bringing only the clothing they wore and
whatever light and most valuable including the pets they could easily carry in hastily escaping from the fast, raging
inferno that struck at a part of the city’s boulevard of broken dreams.
(The slums in Davao City’s CBD and the inferno. HASHTAGS MINDANAO. Cha Monforte. 2014)

https://www.academia.edu/19602650/MARITIME_COMMERCE_LIVING_CONDITIONS_AND_LITERACY_OF_SAMA-
BADJAOS_IN_DAVAO_CITY_AND_ITS_INTERVENTION_PROGRAM?auto=download
https://hashtagsmindanao.wordpress.com/2014/04/12/the-slums-in-davao-citys-cbd-and-the-inferno/
THE PROJECT SITE (DATA GATHERING & DATA INFORMATION)
This explains the rise of makeshift settlements in the CBD like the Barangays 23-C, 22-C and 21-C that were gutted by
a fire inferno in the night of last April 4. It’s not a wonder why when a hectare of these slum settlements was eaten up
by a fast, raging fire a high number of persons were affected. A report said that total of 2,235 houses were destroyed
or not less than 6,000 persons were affected.

STRENGTH

LONG COAST LINE

ADEQUATE TOURISM INFRA AND ATTRACTIONS

ACTIVE BUSINESS

WEAKNESS

FLOOD PRONE

POLLUTED COASTAL WATERS

OPPURTUNITIES

BUSINESS

TOURISM AS A PRIORITY OF NATIONAL GOVERNMENT

THREAT

CLIMATE CHANGE

LACK OF PEACE IN CERTAIN AREAS

UNEVEN REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT

SURVEY WITH BINHAR (BRGY. CAPTAIN/ADMINISTRATOR)

-He was born and lives in Barangay 23-C


-There are facilities like our new high class barangay hall, the police station at the corner and we promoted PEACE and
ORDER in our community.
-Flash flood , fire incidents and robbery are inevitable in this area but then we kept maintaining our PEACE and ORDER in
this place. We also have our newly built 5 story Zonta School with 100 classrooms and Madrasa schools for our
community’s education.

Conclusion: As we’ve roam around the vicinity, the quality of the place that the barangay captain had said isn’t evident.
Streets are occupied with people unsafe to tricycle, motorcycles and unicycle transportation. The negihborhoods are
built by light materials, based by stilt woods, drainage are clogged as the coastal zone is filled with garbages which
explains unsanitary environment and unsafe for people.
DESIGN CONSIDERATION
Sustainability of a community is the achievement of its objective on social, ecological, economical urban
environments. Community Block layers such as street, plot, buildings and open space are the special parts
representing morphological characteristics and qualities of a block. Social interaction and interventions within the
environment is the perception of the block as a whole. The relativity of the matrix patterns and relationships
improving social interactions solidifies the connectivity of an urban environment, advocating the importance of
urbanism over architecture. Showcasing a complex sustainable connectivity, forms as a comprehensive tactics to
context of a community block.

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