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2 nd Shelter Planning Workshop. Sorsogon City (December 3-4, 2009). Shelter planning mandate . Shelter planning has primarily been the responsibility of the national government agencies until the passage of RA7160 (Code) and RA 7279 ( UHDA ). Shelter. Housing Tenure

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2nd Shelter Planning Workshop

  • Sorsogon City
  • (December 3-4, 2009)
shelter planning mandate
Shelter planning mandate
  • Shelter planning has primarily been the responsibility of the national government agencies until the passage of RA7160 (Code) and RA 7279 (UHDA)
shelter
Shelter...
  • Housing
  • Tenure
  • Access to basic services
  • Livelihoods
  • Accessibility of location
  • Cultural adequacy
shelter strategy formulation process

Current Local Housing Situation and Problem

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Data Gathering

Situational Analysis

Shelter Needs Assessment

Resource Analysis

Affordability Analysis

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Matching Needs with Affordability and Resources

Formulation of Goals/ Objectives

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Generation of Main Shelter Strategies

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Implementation Plan

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Monitoring and Evaluation

Shelter Strategy Formulation Process
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HOTSPOTS

Storm Surge & SLR

Flooding

Land Slide

HOTSPOTS

Shelter Needs Assessment

  • Sorsogon City Shelter Planning Workshop
  • (December 3-4, 2009)
swot assessment
SWOT Assessment
  • Shelter Planning Outputs\First Workshop Outputs.docx
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Shelter Needs Assessment

  • Sorsogon City
  • (December 3-4, 2009)
city shelter assessment
City Shelter Assessment
  • Need for Units
  • Present Need for Upgrading
  • Affordability Analysis
  • Resource Analysis
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City Shelter Assessment
  • Need for Units
  • Present Need for Upgrading
  • Affordability Analysis
  • Resource Analysis
city shelter needs
City Shelter Needs
  • Need for Units
    • Backlog
      • Doubled-up Households
      • Displaced Units
      • Homeless
    • New Units Needed due to future population growth
      • Population projection
      • Number of Households
definitions
Definitions
  • BACKLOG

- Housing backlog is the number of dwelling units needed at the beginning of the planning period due to doubled up households, displaced units and homeless household

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Definitions
  • BACKLOG

“doubled up household”existswhen one dwelling unit is shared by two or more households.

Interpretation of Statistics: Assuming that the number of households per dwelling unit is 1.05, this means that for every 100 dwelling units occupied, there are 105 households occupying these units. Therefore, 5 households are unit sharers.

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Definitions
  • BACKLOG

“displaced household Units (Relocation Needs)”-

These are new dwelling units needed to replace those occupied by households located in danger areas or those living on land which is needed by the government for a major infrastructure project or in areas where there is a court order for eviction and demolition.

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Definitions
  • BACKLOG

“Homeless”-

Individuals or households living in parks, along the sidewalks, and all those without any form of shelter. Therefore, new units should be provided for these people.

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Definitions
  • New Units Needed due to Future Population Growth

Total Number of new units needed to supply the demand for new households formed.

Computation: The total number of new units needed is derived from the difference in the number of HH in the last planning year and the base year. If three multiyear, say 5-year period, have been used, new housing units needed due to population growth comes from the difference on the number of HH at the end of the former period.

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Definitions
  • Present Upgrading Needs
  • Infrastructure Improvement Need – There is infrastructure improvement need if the dwelling units lack access to one or more basic services and utilities. (N.B. the LGU should decide on this using their own data and applying national/local standards)
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Definitions
  • Present Upgrading Needs

c. Structural Improvement Need – Exists if there are dwelling unit structures that are made of temporary materials but the HH already have secure tenure. Data source could be from the LGU actual survey or the NSOCPH

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Definitions
  • Resource Analysis

3.1 Resource Need for Housing

  • Land Need for Housing
  • Infrastructure Need for Housing
  • Building Materials and Labor
  • Finance Requirement for Housing

3.2 Resource Available for Housing

  • Idle land for housing
  • Infra & Basic Service Provision for Housing
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Definitions
  • Present Upgrading Needs
  • Tenure – the need of those HH considered to have inadequate security of tenure on the land they occupy, i.e. no legal title or any written contract on land. To differentiate them from the Displaced HH, it should be noted that these HH are not to be removed but only needs assistance in “land security”.
resource analysis
Resource Analysis
  • Land Need for Housing
    • Total land area needed to match the shelter needs and the available resources
    • The aggregated land requirement also necessitates the allocation for open space and circulation
resource need for housing
Resource Need for Housing
  • Infrastructure Need for Housing
    • Potable water
    • Power
    • Sewage facilities
    • Access to primary roads and transport
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Resource Need for Housing
  • Building Materials and Labor
    • Determine the future requirements based on estimated housing need to provide a genereal indication of their adequacy/inadequacy in meeting the demand
    • Possible critical materials and resources to analyse: cement, lumberm GI sheets, steel bars, realtors, builders, engineers, architects
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Resource Need for Housing
  • Finance Requirement for Housing
    • The calculations on the amount of assistance to be provided for basic services, land, acquisition, and other forms
resource available for housing
Resource Available for Housing
  • Idle Suitable Land for Housing
    • When considering the suitability of land for housing, the following aspects are relevant:
      • Topography
      • Provision of basic services
      • Employment opportunities
      • Transport opportunities and costs
workshop grouping
Workshop Grouping
  • Housing needs computation (Backlog and Future Needs)
  • Upgrading Needs (Tenure, Infrastructure, Structure or housing)
  • Available Resource identification (land and basic services)
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Resource Available for Housing
  • Assess the present provision system of basic services, annual capacity and problems encountered
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