Socio-Economic and Physical Profile - Land Use
Socio-Economic and Physical Profile
is structured as follows:
The Physical Environment
•   Physical Character
–   Geographical Location and Area
–   Geology
–   Topography, Elevation and Slope
–   Geomorphology
–   Soil Type
–   Erosion
–   Water Resources Characteristics
–   Land and Associated Soil Characteristics
–   Protected Areas of Agriculture
–   Atmospheric Characteristics
–   Air Quality
•   Land Classifications
•   Preservation and Conservation Areas
Demographic Characteristics
•   Population Levels, Growth, Distribution & Movements
–   Levels and Growth Pattern
–   Population Movements
–   Age-Sex Structure
–   Literacy Rate
–   Religious Affiliations
–   Number of Households, 1970-2000
–   Population Density, 1990-2000
•   Projected Population
Land Use
•   Historical Land Use
•   City Form and Structure
–   The City's Natural & Man-Made Landmarks
–   Major Paths of Movements
–   The City's Edges
•   Existing Land Utilization Pattern
–   Urbanisation Pattern
–   Agricultural Areas
–   Idle Land or Grasslands
–   Forested Areas
–   Tourism Areas
•   Land Development Trends
•   Future Land Use Demand
–   Urban Land Demand
–   HLURB Land Use Demands
•   Development Needs
The Local Economy
The Local Economy
•   Economic Activities
•   Family Income and Expenditures
–   Agriculture
–   Fisheries Development Program
–   Agricultural Service
–   Status of CARP
–   Veterinary Services
–   Slaughterhouse Operation
–   Commercial Establishments
–   Industry
–   Tourism
Human and Social Development
•   Health, Nutrition and Sanitation
–   Health Status Indicators
–   Health Care Provision
–   Health Resources Profile
–   Development Needs
•   Education, Culture and Sports
–   Educational Facilities and Manpower
–   Student Enrollment
–   Pre-School Education
–   Culture, Sports and Recreation Facilities
–   Development Needs
•   Housing Resettlement
–   Development Needs
•   Public Safety and Protective Services
–   Crime Incidence
–   Police Protection Personnel and Facilities
–   Police Services
–   Fire Protection and Prevention
–   Administration of Justice
–   Development Needs
•   Social Welfare and Development
–   Social Welfare Programmes and Services
–   Development Needs
•   Indigenous Communities
–   Development Needs
Infrastructure
•   Roads and Transport
–   Road Network Profile
–   Bridges
–   Modes of Transportation
–   Traffic Prone Areas
–   Upcoming Projects
–   Development Needs
•   Water
–   Water Resources
–   Existing Situation
–   Development Needs
•   Drainage and Sewerage
–   Existing Situation
–   Development Needs
•   Power
–   Existing Situation
–   Upcoming Projects
–   Development Needs
•   Telecommunications
–   Existing Situation
–   Development Needs
Environmental Management
•   Solid Waste Management
•   Liquid Waste Management
•   Forest Resource Management
•   Management of Prime Agricultural Areas
•   Development Needs
Development Administration
•   Organisational Framework and Resource Capability
–   Human Resources
–   City Planning and Development Office
•   Financial Capability
–   Historical Income
–   Historical Expenditure
–   Income and Expenditure Trends
–   Projected Income
•   Legislative and Administrative Framework
–   Zoning Ordinance
•   Development Needs
Land Development Trends

Current land development and market trends indicate the growth of more residential areas within the City of San Jose del Monte. In the coming years, people living and working in the growing Metro Manila region will continue to need housing. Unless deliberately controlled and regulated by the local government, more subdivision areas will be developed within the city.

Currently, a number of important land developments that have significant residential components are being planned or set to be implemented within the city. Listed below are the major upcoming land developments in San Jose del Monte.

A Master Plan to transform a portion of the Araneta properties in Barangay Tungkong Mangga into a mixed-use primarily residential "self-contained" Integrated New Town was already prepared. One of its important components is a commercial and mixed-use commercial development that incorporates a multi-nodal transport stop in the Tungkong Mangga area.

The "New Town" site, located in Barangay Sapang Palay Proper and owned by the Puyat family, is set to be re-planned in the immediate future. To be incorporated in the new Master Plan are two other areas located at its immediate vicinity. These are the 80-hectare property west of the "New Town" and across the San Jose del Monte-Marilao Road and the approximately 120-hectare property, east of the "New Town" and across Quirino Highway.

Large areas of the City have already been re-classified from agricultural to residential land use and are currently awaiting construction. One of these is the 108 hectare planned subdivision in Sapang Palay Proper of Moldex Realty. It is located west of the San Jose del Monte-Marilao Road and near the "New Town" site.

A 5.2-hectare area in Barangay Minuyan Proper is set to be developed in the near future into a sanitary landfill and Material Recovery Centre. It will replace the existing dumpsite located in Barangay Citrus.

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