Public housing. Alternate Title Number, HLURB Revised IRR BP Attachment, Size. Attachment, Size. Revised_IRR_BP_pdf, MB. BP Economic and Socialized Housing Projects and its Revised IRR Pursuant to Section 3 of Batas Pambansa Blg. and by virtue of Section 4 (f) Here is a downloadable pdf file of the Philippine Electrical Code. Download COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF PD & BP pdf COMPARATIV E ANAL ANALYSIS YSIS OF PD & BP PARAMETER.
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Pursuant to Section 3 of BP , the Housing and Land Use Regulatory Blg. They shall apply to the development of either a house and lot or a house. Pursuant to Section 3 of BP , lhe Housing and Land Use Regulatory socialized housing projects in urban and rural areas as defined in Section 2 of BP glg. BPAND-PD - Free download as Powerpoint Presentation .ppt), PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or view presentation slides online. LAW IN THE.
A parcel of land bounded on the sides by streets or alleys or pathways or other natural or manmade features, and occupied by or intended for buildings. Mezzanine floors shall have a clear ceiling height of not less than 1. All inner courts shall be connected to a street of yard, either by a passageway with a minimum width of 1. Saleable and non-saleable are There shall be no fixed ratio between saleable portion and non-saleable portion of a subdivision project. Furthermore, if the project is undoubtedly supportive of other land uses and activities, e. Except that stairways having less than four 4 risers need not have handrails and stairs with either a guard or wall on one end need not be provided with a handrail on that end. Handrails on stairs shall not be less than 0.
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Planning Considerations or Circulation Layout a Observance of the hierarchy of roads within the subdivision. Street names shall be recognizable and readable. Drainage System Drainage system shall be required in all projects.
An open canal on each side of the circulation network shall be provided.
Said canal shall have appropriate slope to effect good drainage. Moreover, the sides of the open canal shall be lined with grass or stones to prevent erosion. See illustration below. Sewage Disposal System The minimum requirement for sewage disposal shall be the use of septic tank.
For single detached units and multi-unit buildings, communal septic tanks may be allowed. Drainfield area of affluent shall be Electrical Power Supply 1. Underdeveloped Area Electrical power supply is optional.
However, the developer shall allocate sufficient land area for easements for power supply facilities based on existing laws and regulations. Developed Area When power is available within the locality of the project site, its connection to the subdivision is required. Actual connection, however, may depend on the minimum number of users as required by the power supplier. Installation particles, materials and fixtures used, shall be in accordance with the provisions of the existing rules and regulations of the Electrical Code of the local power utility company.
Lot sizes 1. Minimum lot area requirement shall be as follows: On the other hand, lot shall be laid out that they front desirable views, such as parks, lagoon, etc. Single detached — 8. Block Length Maximum block length is meters. Block length exceeding meters, but not beyond meters, shall be provided by an alley at midlength. Other Facilities 1. Garbage Disposal System Garbage disposal shall be undertaken by the local government or in the absence thereof by individual lot owners, but shall always observe sanitary practices and methods.
Firefighting The Homeowners Association shall form fire brigade in collaboration with the barangay fire brigade. Building Design Standards and Guidelines. Single Family Dwelling 1. Height Limitation — Maximum number of stories is two 2. Unit Planning a. Access to the Property.
Access to the dwelling unit. Acceptable means of access to the rear yard of the dwelling unit shall be provided without passing through any other dwelling unit or any other yard. Open space requirements.
Type of Lot. Percent of Open Space Residential. All Others. Interior lot located in the interior of a block made accessible or alley by means of a private access road. Inside lot non-corner or single frontage lot. Lots bounded on three 3 or more sides by public open spaces such as streets, easement of seashores, rivers, esteros, etc. Sizes and Dimensions of Courts and Yards. All inner courts shall be connected to a street of yard, either by a passageway with a minimum width of 1.
Every court shall have a width of not less than 2. However, this may be reduced to not less than 1. Provided, further, that the separation walls or fences, if any, shall be not higher than 2.
Irregularly shaped lots such as triangular lots and the like whose courts may be also triangular in shape may be exempted from having a minimum width of 2. A fire wall starting from the ground level and extending at least 0.
There shall be no opening on the party fire wall. The fire wall shall have a minimum of one-hour fire resistive rating. Building Design Standards a. Space Standards. It shall provide complete living facilities for one family including provisions for living, sleeping, laundry, cooking, eating, bathing and toilet facilities. Floor Area Requirement. Ceiling Heights 1. Minimum ceiling height for habitable measured from the finished floor line to the ceiling line. Where ceilings are not provided, a minimum headroom clearance of 2.
Mezzanine floors shall have a clear ceiling height of not less than 1. Openings 1. Doors a. Doors shall have a minimum clear height of 2. Except for bathroom doors and doors in the mezzanine which shall have a minimum clear height of 1. Minimum clear widths shall be the following: Main Door 0. Windows A. Required windows may open into a roofed porch where the porch: Interior Stairs.
It shall afford adequate headroom and space for the passage of furniture. Rise and Run. Headroom Clearance. Such clearance shall be established by measuring vertically from a place parallel and tangent to the stairway tread moving to the soffit above all points. Maximum height between landing shall be 2. However, stairways have less than four 4 risers need not have handrails, and stairs with either a guard or wall on one end need not be provided with a handrail on that end.
Guard and Handrail details. Handrails on stairs shall not be less than 0. Handrails shall be so designed as to permit continuous sliding of hands on them and shall be provided with a minimum clearance of 38 mm. The height of guards shall be measured vertically to the top guard from the leading edge of the tread or from the floor of landings.
It shall not be less than 0. Masonry walls may be used for any portion of the guard. Winding and circular stairways. The maximum variation in the height of risers and the width of treads in any one flight shall be 5 mm. Electrical Requirements.
The fire wall shall be of masonry construction, at least 4" thick, and extend vertically from the lowest portion of the wall adjoining the living units up to a minimum height of 0.
No openings whatsoever shall be allowed except when the two abutting spaces of two 2 adjacent living units are unenclosed or partially open, e. Multi-Family Dwellings 1. Plot Planning a. Access to the property. Access to the dwelling. Each dwelling must be capable of maintenance without trespassing adjoining properties.
Utilities and service facilities must be independent for each dwelling unit. Each dwelling unit shall be provided with a sanitary means for the removal of garbage and trash. Access to living units. Non-residential use.
Some examples of allowable non-residential uses are garages, carports, cooperative store, and structures for the homeowners' association. Any non-residential use of any portion of the property shall be subordinate to the residential use and character of the property. The computation of the non-residential area shall include hallways, corridors or similar spaces which serve both residential and non-residential areas.
Open Space Requirements. Setbacks from the property line shall be maintained, the minimum of which shall be the following: Lot abutting 3 or more streets, alleys, rivers, esteros. Distance between building shall also be adequately maintained to ensure light and ventilation. In general, the minimum distance between 2 buildings in which the taller buildings has not more than two 2 storeys shall be 4. And the minimum horizontal clearance between the two roof eaves shall be 1.
The minimum distance between two buildings wherein the taller building has three 3 or four 4 storeys, shall be 6.
And the minimum horizontal clearance between the two roof eaves shall be 2. The minimum distance between buildings with more than four 4 storeys shall be 10 meters. The minimum horizontal clearance shall be 6 meters. Except, however, in cases when the two sides of the buildings facing each other are blank walls, i.
And the horizontal clearance between the roof eaves shall be 1. In the measurement of distances between two buildings, measurement shall be made where the distance between the two buildings is shortest. Parking Requirements. Building Design Stamps a. Living Units. No obstruction shall be placed in the required width of an exit except projections permitted by these implementing rules and regulations.
The occupant load in any building or portion thereof shall be determined by multiplying the no. No of Exits.
Floors above the first storey shall have at least two exists, which shall be remote from each other, irrespective of the occupant load in the same storey. The number of exits required from any storey of a building shall be determined by using the occupant loads of floors which exit through the level under consideration as follows: The maximum number of exits required for any storey shall be maintained until egress is provided from the structures.
For purposes of this Section basement or cellars and occupied roofs shall be provided with exits as required for storeys. For every additional occupant load of 25 or fractions thereof, and additional width of 0. The total exit width required from any storey of a building may be divided approximately equally among the separate exits, provided the minimum width of 0. The total exit width required from any storey of a building shall be determined by using the occupant load of that storey plus the percentage of the occupant loads of floors which exit through the level under consideration as follows: The maximum exit width from any storey of a building shall be maintained.
Arrangement of Exits. Distance to Exits. In a building equipped with the complete, automotive fire extinguishing system the distance from exits may be increased to Installation of smoke detection alarm initiating device shall be approved for the particular application, location and spacing.
Corridors and Exterior Exit Balconies. Doors in any position shall not reduce the required width of the corridor by more than one-half. Access to Exits. Dead Ends. CHB, bricks, titles, etc. Ceilings shall likewise be fire-resistive Provided, however, that this requirement shall not apply to corridors formed by temporary partitions. Exterior exit balconies shall not project into an area where protected openings are required.
The total are of all openings other than doors, in any portion of an interior corridor wall shall not exceed twenty-five 25 per cent of the area of the corridor wall of the room being separated from the corridor.
The maximum allowable slope for ramps is fifteen 15 percent. Common Stairways. Stairways serving living units with an occupant load more than 50 shall not be less than 1. The maximum variation in the height of risers and the width of treads in any one flight shall be 5 m. Landings shall not be reduced in width by more than millimeters by a door when fully opened. Basement Stairways.
Directional exit signs shall be provided. Distance between Landings. Stairways measuring 3. Stairways more than 3. Intermediate handrails shall be spaced approximately equal within the entire width of the stairway. Except that stairways having less than four 4 risers need not have handrails and stairs with either a guard or wall on one end need not be provided with a handrail on that end. Handrail Details. Ends of handrails shall terminate in newel pests or safety terminals.
Distance to Stairs. Stairway to Roof. Such clearance shall be established by measuring vertically from a plane parallel and tangent to the stairway tread nosing to the soffit above all points. Utilities and Services. Water Supply. Pipes branching out from the main water line shall service the individual units which shall be provided with individual water meters. Like the water system, however, branch circuits with separate meters shall service the individual living units.
Drainage System. Sewage Disposal System. Discharge to an existing public sewerage system. Treatment in a community disposal, plant, or communal septic tank. Treatment in individual septic tanks with disposal by absorption field or leaching pit. Garbage Disposal System. There shall be provided adequate services for the regular collection and disposal of garbage and rubbish. General Construction Requirements 1. Structural Requirements All construction shall conform with the provisions of the latest edition of the Philippine Structural Code.