Most of the preland developments in Lapu-Lapu City are without a suburban lease agreement from the Department of Environment and Natural Resources. /CDN file photo The need to regulate the use of the suburbs is the reason why members of the Lapu-Lapu City Council passed earlier this month a by-law by Councillor Ricardo Amores, which will impose a moratorium on the application of suburban leasing contracts and other miscellaneous applications. Most investors, he says, have been discouraged from pursuing their suburban leasing applications because of difficulties in gaining favorable support from the town hall especially city council members. The Office of the Environment and Natural Resources – Environment and Natural Resources of the Community (DENR-CENRO) will also accept applications for land leases before a by-law of the city of Lapu-Lapu comes into force, which imposes a moratorium on applications. Dicdican stated that his office accepted applications for suburban leases, which they will accept later for approval by DENR headquarters. While awaiting the mayor`s action in The Settlement, Amores said they were now conducting an assessment and inventory of coastal facilities that are not suburban leases. “The problem is that once they have completed their structures, they will not continue to process their application for suburban leasing,” he said. He said only 20 companies have obtained a suburban lease from their offices, while about 75 applications are still pending, some of which were filed in the 1950s. These include commercial applications, seaside resorts, piers, factories and types of corporate warehouses. Other requirements for issuing a suburban lease agreement are the recommendations of the Department of Public Works and Highways, the Department of Tourism and the Cebu Ports Authority. Richard Dicdican, Land Management Officer II and head of Cenro`s Licensing, Patents and Deeds (LPDU) department, said the adoption of the regulation does not exclude his office from carrying out his duties, which includes issuing offshore leases.
A: According to the 1973 and 1987 Constitutions, each person may not rent more than 500 hectares and community/association/partnership beyond 1000 hectares. A: This is a kind of lease application for public and heritage property, sold and disposable, which is available for agricultural purposes under existing legislation. The rental period will be extended for a period of 25 years and for no more than 25 years the option will be the government. Even in the absence of a suburban lease agreement, most of the applicants went to build their necessary structures as part of the three-metre facility, which is a violation of Presidential Decree 1067 or the Philippine Water Regime. Cenro operates on Pier 3 in Cebu City, but its cover covers Lapu-Lapu City. Application of foreshore leasing – the method of application that covers the suburbs, marshlands and other riparian waters for commercial, industrial or other production than agriculture. In their application, companies are required to list the various structures or developments implemented in the field for evaluation purposes that will also serve as the basis for calculating the fee they must pay for this application. Each agency`s regulatory competencies for forest zones A: a.) Every Filipino citizen of legal age, if not of legal age, is the head of the family; DENR ACTIVITIES IN FORESHORE AREAS FORESHORE – A number of land bordering the waters; the part of a hill between the low sea line, usually at the edge of a terrace at low tide, and the upper limit of wave washing in case of flooding, usually characterized by a beach carp or berm.