|The Davao City Council photo courtesy of Kiwi Bulaclac | Panoramio|
→ Three property development projects got favorable endorsements from the City Council during its regular session last Tuesday.
Passed on second reading were the committee reports by the sub-committee on housing and subdivision development under P.D. 957 or high end projects chaired by councilor Bonifacion E. Militar and sub-committee on housing and subdivision development under B.P. 220 or medium-end projects chaired by councilor Bernard E. Al-ag.
The sub-committee reports were concurred by the main committee on housing, rural and urban development chaired by councilor Leah A. Librado.
Militar’s sub-committee recommended for approval the application for development permit by Uraya Land Development Inc. for its Elenita Heights Subdivision, Phase IV, located in Catalunan Grande.
With the approval of development permit, the company is now authorized to commence land development at the project site.
The sub-committee also recommended for approval Uraya’s application for preliminary approval and locational clearance for its high-end Villa de Merceds Subdivision Phase 6 in barangay Marapangi, Toril. The project is a joint venture between Uraya, Kalayaan Broadcasting System, Inc (KBSI) and Anflo Management and Investment Corporation (Anflocor).
KBSI and Anflocor own the land while Uraya will be the developer.
Al-ag’s sub-committee also recommended for approval the application for development permit by Johndorf Ventures Corporation for its Portville Davao project located in barangay Sasa. The housing project is considered medium-end as the selling price of a house and lot package is pegged at up to P1.2 million.
|Davao City Council, photo courtesy of Councilor April Marie Dayap|
source: Edge Davao