Building Permit Application (Fast Track) in Quezon City

Note: This is applicable only for renovation of mall stalls without kitchen or construction of a single detached house with total floor area of 300 sq.m.or less

Required Documents From Other Offices

1. Secure from the Register of Deeds of Quezon City a Certified True Copy (CTC) of the TRANSFER CERTIFICATE OF TITLE (TCT) of the lot.
2. Secure from the Quezon City Treasurer’s Office the Tax Clearances of the lot (and of the existing structure, if applying for renovation, for addition or for extension)
3. Secure from the Quezon City Assessor’s Office the Tax Declarations of the lot (and of the existing structure, if applying for renovation, for addition or for extension)
4. Secure a Barangay Clearance for Building Permit from the Barangay that has territorial jurisdiction over your property.
5. Secure a Locational Clearance (LC) from the Quezon City Planning and Development Office (QCPDO)
6. Secure a FIRE SAFETY EVALUATION CLEARANCE (FSEC) from the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) of Quezon City

Note: Items 1, 2 and 3 are waived for stalls inside malls (commercial).

Procedure at the Department Of The Building Official

1. Get application forms, data capture sheet and checklist of requirements from the Information Window of the Department of the Building Official (DBO), 9/F, High Rise Bldg., Quezon City Hall Complex or download them from our official website.

Accomplish all application forms fully and legibly. Prepare three (3) complete sets of application documents (original copies plus 2 photocopies) and three (3) long folders marked as OWNER’S, DBO’s and ASSESSOR’s. Fasten the complete set of original copies inside the folder marked as OWNER’S. Fasten one complete set of photocopied documents inside the folder marked as DBO’s and the other photocopied set inside the folder marked as ASSESSOR’s. Arrange the documents in the folders according to the order as indicated on the list of requirements. Plans and supporting documents are not included in the folders.

2. Pay the City Tax at the cashier of the Quezon City Treasurer’s Office.

3. Submit your application at the Receiving Section of DBO:

a. If your documents are complete, as determined by the Receiving Officer, you will be given the order of payment (OP). Get your OP from the Releasing Section of DBO and pay at the cashier of the Quezon City Treasurer’s Office.

Bring the official receipt (O.R.) of the permit fees to the Releasing Section of DBO. You will be issued a Notice To Proceed With Construction and an acknowledgement/follow-up slip (afs). Check the status of your application after 10 working days, through SMS (texting) and through landline phones. Contact numbers and text format are written on your afs.

b. If your documents are incomplete, they will be returned to you together with a list of deficient documents. Complete your documents as noted on the checklist provided then resubmit. Incomplete documents will not be accepted.

4. After 10 working days:

a. If your application is compliant with the provisions of the National Building Code (NBC) and other referral codes, your permit will be issued. Come back after 2 working days and present your afs to the RELEASING SECTION to claim your permit.

b. If your application is non-compliant with the provisions of the National Building Code (NBC), your documents will be returned to you for you to comply based on the attached advices of action. Get your documents from the Releasing Section of DBO. Refer with your professionals on record for the necessary corrections. Return your corrected documents to the TECHNICAL PROGRAM UNIT (TPU)
of DBO and follow Step 4.

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How to Apply for Billboard Building Permit in Quezon City

Required Documents From Other Offices

1. Secure from the Register of Deeds of Quezon City a certified true copy of the Transfer Certificate Of Title (TCT) of the lot.

2. Secure from the Quezon City Treasurer’s Office the Tax Clearances of the lot (and of the existing structure, if applying for renovation, for addition or for extension)

3. Secure from the Quezon City Assessor’s Office the Tax Declarations of the lot(and of the existing structure, if applying for renovation, for addition or for extension)

4. Secure DPWH clearance from the District Engineer that has territorial jurisdiction over your project.

5. Secure BARANGAY CLEARANCE for BILLBOARD STRUCTURE from the Barangay that has territorial jurisdiction over your project.

6. Secure a locational clearance (LC) from the Quezon City Planning and Development Office (QCPDO)

7. Secure a FIRE SAFETY EVALUATION CLEARANCE (FSEC) from the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) of Quezon City

How To Process at Department Of The Building Official

1. Get application forms and checklist of requirements from the information window of the Department of the Building Official (DBO), 9/F, High Rise Bldg., Quezon City Hall Complex or download them from the official website www.quezoncity.gov.ph.

Accomplish all application forms fully and legibly. Prepare three (3) complete sets of application documents (original copies plus 2 photocopies) and three (3) long folders marked as OWNER’S, DBO’s and ASSESSOR’s. Fasten the complete set of original copies inside the folder marked as OWNER’S. Fasten one complete set of photocopied documents inside the folder marked as DBO’s and the other photocopied set inside the folder marked as ASSESSOR’s. Arrange the documents in the folders according to the order as indicated on the list of requirements. Plans and supporting documents are not
included in the folders.

2. Submit your application at the Receiving Section of DBO:

a. If your documents are complete, as determined by the Receiving Officer, you will be issued an acknowledgement/follow-up slip (afs). Check the status of your application after 10 working days, through SMS (texting) and through landline phones. Contact numbers and text format are written on your afs.

b. If your documents are incomplete, they will be returned to you together with a list of deficient documents. Complete your documents as noted on the checklist provided then resubmit. Incomplete documents will not be accepted.

3. After 10 working days:

a. If your application is compliant with the provisions of the National Building Code (NBC) and other referral codes, you will be given the order of payment (OP). Get your OP from the RELEASING SECTION of DBO and pay at the cashier of the Quezon City Treasurer’s Office. Bring the official receipt (O.R.) of the permit fees to the Releasing Section of DBO. Come back after 2 working days and present your afs to the RELEASING SECTION to claim your permit.

b. If your application is non-compliant with the provisions of the National Building Code (NBC), your documents will be returned to you for you to comply based on the attached advices of action. Get your documents from the Releasing Section of DBO. Refer with your professionals on record for the necessary corrections. Return your corrected documents to the TECHNICAL PROGRAM UNIT (TPU)
of DBO and follow Step 3.

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Office of Building Official Addresses

Office of City Building Official – Quezon City
Engr. Isagani Versoza Jr
9th Floor Quezon City Hall
Elliptical Road, Brgy. Central
Diliman, Quezon City 1100
+63 2 988-4242

Office of City Building Official – Cebu City
Room 104, Ground Floor, Cebu City Hall, M.C. Briones Street, Cebu City, 6000 Cebu, Philippines
+63 32 253 2430

Office of City Building Official – Cagayan de Oro City
Engr. Jacinto Y. Lumacang, CE

Ground Floor, Legislative Building, City Hall, Cagayan de Oro City
Tel. No. : (088) 857-2687 | 858-2823

Office of City Building Official – Davao City
Engr. Joseph Dominic Felizarta

City Hall Drive, San Pedro St., Davao City
(082) 224-4144 (082) 300-0226
ocbo @ davaocity.gov.ph

 

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How to Use Street View on Your Mobile Device

As mentioned in our past article, Filipinos abroad who are unable to go home for the past several years and fail to witness how their neighborhoods were transformed over time have a new tool at their disposal: Google Street View.

While not every place in the Philippines is covered, imagery of many areas particularly in Luzon and Metro Manila are already visible through this tool.

But not every Filipino abroad is familiar, let alone have used Google Street View. We hope this article helps you get started with your phone or tablet device.

Google Street View is available via Google Maps app, which can be downloaded in your Android or iOS device.

To access Street View on your phone or tablet, simply long press somewhere on the map to drop a pin on a location you wish to view, search for a place using the search form. Another option is to select a pre-determined location and then tap the bar at the bottom of the screen. This location often comes with operating hours and street view image which you can tap.

To navigate through Street View:

  1. Open the Google Maps app Google Maps app logo image.
  2. Search for a place.
  3. Touch the info sheet at the bottom of the screen and select Street View.
  4. To look around in Street View, drag your finger on the screen. To move around, touch the white arrows on the bottom of the screen, or double tap on the spot in the Street View image to quickly move to it.
  5. To see what’s around you, touch the look-around icon and move your phone or tablet left, right, up, and down.
  6. To see a wider view and change to landscape mode, turn your device sideways.
  7. To zoom in, touch an area with two fingers and spread them apart. To zoom out, touch an area with two fingers and pinch them together.

See Street View by Dropping Pin
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It is noteworthy to know that this application requires a good amount of data to pull that information and display onto your screen. That is why if you are into a mobile network that has limited data plan, you might want to monitor your data usage more closely.

Heck, who cares much about use if a little more investment on your data plan means you’ll be reconnected to your hometown and look back at fond memories in the past?

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Google Street View Serves OFWs as Window to Homes in the Philippines

Google’s Street View, which features panoramic views of streets from various positions and was launched in the Philippines early September, Filipinos abroad have made use of this service to view familiar locations back home.

Others, stoked by the sight of their homes, posted screengrabs onto their Facebook accounts.

Nakaka-miss ang bahay at mag-motor (I miss our house and riding a motorcycle),” said one user who posted a photo of his house with a motorcycle parked outside, as quoted by Inquirer.net.

Others unable to go home, have to contend with what they see on Street View, “Di makauwi…kaya hanggang street view na lang muna (I can’t go home…so I’ll use Street View for now).”

Now a senior citizen, Zafra reportedly said he has long been teaching fellow senior citizens how to utilize technology to include giving instructions on how to navigate the website by showing a link to an elementary school in Bulacan in one of his Facebook groups.

The Philippines is now the 69th country with Google Street View. It was launched last week with an objective to boost tourism in the country.

Meanwhile, Sarangani Representative and boxing icon Manny Pacquiao was among those who commended the application and further said the technology allows him to showcase his province because of its panoramic images.

Google Street View is a technology featured in Google Maps and Google Earth that provides panoramic views from positions along many streets in the world. It was launched in 2007 in several cities in the United States, and has since expanded to include cities and rural areas worldwide.

Google has been closely working with the Department of Tourism to promote Philippine tourist spots.

“If you’re going to capture imagery of an archipelago with 7,017 islands to share with the world on Google Maps, you’d better be prepared for the terrain that comes with it,” said Paul Kim, Google’s head of APAC device, content, and retail marketing. “Since we first hit the roads in the Philippines in January last year, we’ve taken our Street View camera on a real adventure.”

baguio
Nagulian Road, Baguio City

dagupan
Calasiao Road, Dagupan City

manila
Concha Street, Manila

rizal
Pililla, Rizal

To access Google Street View:

  1. Go to www.google.com/maps or maps.google.com and type in your desired address to view.
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  2. Locate the yellow Pegman icon at the bottom right section of the map.
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  3. Drag the Pegman icon on desired location. Note that only areas with blue lines are covered by Street View.
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  4. Adjust the location view by clicking on view; to move to the left, click/tap on the left panel, to move to the right click/tap on the right panel.
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Land Registration Offices in National Capital Region (NCR)

Station: Manila
Registrar of Deeds: Atty. Marissa E. Timones
Deputy Registrar of Deeds:
Address: 2nd floor, Manila City Hall
Telephone #: 527-08-78/567-48-71/932-5348

Station: Quezon City
Registrar of Deeds: Atty. Emmanuel P. Leonardo
Deputy Registrar of Deeds: Atty. Ethel B. Regadio, Atty. Sarah Manzanal, Atty.
Address: LRA Compound, East Ave., Q.C. 1100
Telephone #: 441-11-67/920-14-86/426-24-86

Station: Makati City
Registrar of Deeds: Atty. Constante P. Caluya, Jr.
Deputy Registrar of Deeds: Atty. Teresita Montemayor
Address: 5th floor, Makati City Hall, 1200
Telephone #: 896-16-63/896-56-35/899-86-05

Station: Pasay City
Registrar of Deeds: Atty. Robert M. Guillermo
Deputy Registrar of Deeds:
Address: Ground floor, Pasay City Hall, 1300
Telephone #: 831-85-32

Station: Malabon/Navotas
Registrar of Deeds: Atty. Noel Aperocho
Deputy Registrar of Deeds:
Address: Casimiro St., Cor. MH Del Pilar, Tugatog, Malabon, 1404
Telephone #:

Station: Valenzuela
Registrar of Deeds: Atty. Dalisay V. Sacdalan.
Deputy Registrar of Deeds:
Address: 2nd floor, JEM Building, Maysan Rd., Valenzuela City, 1405
Telephone #: 293-33-87/293-33-67

Station: San Juan
Registrar of Deeds: Atty. Rene T. Fugan
Deputy Registrar of Deeds:
Address: No. 5F Blumenrit St., Brgy. Batis, San Juan City, 1500
Telephone #: 726-63-57/725-47-68

Station: Mandaluyong
Registrar of Deeds: Atty. Dinna M. Lao
Deputy Registrar of Deeds:
Address: Manaloto Bldg., Boni Ave., Mandaluyong City, 1501
Telephone #: 532-56-36/532-85-32

Station: Pasig City
Registrar of Deeds: Atty. Elbert T. Quilala
Deputy Registrar of Deeds:
Address: 3rd floor, City Hall, Market Ave., Pasig City, 1600
Telephone #: 460-76-39/747-37-94

Station: Parañaque
Registrar of Deeds: Atty. Raymond G. Ramos
Deputy Registrar of Deeds:
Address: Municipal Hall Complex, Dr. Santos Ave., Parañaque City, 1700
Telephone #: 825-79-86/820-25-87

Station: Las Piñas
Registrar of Deeds: Atty. Sofia H. Barcena
Deputy Registrar of Deeds:
Address: City Hall Compound, Las Piñas City, 1701
Telephone #: 874-31-00

Station: Marikina
Registrar of Deeds: Atty. Sedfrey H. Garcia
Deputy Registrar of Deeds: Atty. Hilarion C. Mogello
Address: 103 J.P. Rizal, Nangka, Marikina City
Telephone #: 948-57-38

Station: Muntinlupa
Registrar of Deeds: Atty. Silverio R. Garing
Deputy Registrar of Deeds:
Address: Muntinlupa City Hall Compound, Putatan St., Muntinlupa City, 1702
Telephone #: 861-11-25/861-11-31

Station: Antipolo City
Registrar of Deeds: Atty. Jose S. Loriega, Jr.
Deputy Registrar of Deeds: Atty. Dorylene S.B. Yara
Address: 3rd flr. REMAR Bldg., Quezon St., Antipolo City, 1906
Telephone #: 697-62-69/697-67-69

Station: Calookan City
Registrar of Deeds: Atty. Joven Alegre
Deputy Registrar of Deeds:
Address: 2nd flr., TPI Bldg., 9th Ave., Grace Park, Kalookan City
Telephone #: 365-76-90

Station: Taguig Pateros
Registrar of Deeds: Atty. Randy Rutaquio
Deputy Registrar of Deeds:
Address: Unit A, G/F, Ana 8 Bldg., Lot 21, Blk 86, Marichu R. Tinga Avenue, Taguig, Metro Manila (formerly Bayani Road AFPOVAI, Fort Bonifacio)
Telephone #: data not available

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Land Registration Offices in Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM)

Station: Isabela, Basilan
Registrar of Deeds: Atty. Nelson P. Yu
Deputy Registrar of Deeds:
Address: Justice Hall, Strong Blvd. Isabela City, Basilan
Telephone #: (062) 200-7251

Station: Sulu Prov. (Jolo)
Registrar of Deeds: Mr. Ali G. Mistul (OIC-RD)
Deputy Registrar of Deeds:
Address: Registry of Deeds, Martirez St., Jolo, Sulu
Telephone #:

Station: Bongao, Tawi-tawi
Registrar of Deeds: Mr. Nashri A. Aud (OIC-RD)
Deputy Registrar of Deeds:
Address: Mun. Hall, Bongao, Tawi-tawi
Telephone #:

Station: Marawi City
Registrar of Deeds: Atty. Ansari L. Moctar (OIC-RD)
Deputy Registrar of Deeds:
Address: City Hall, Marawi City
Telephone #:

Station: Lanao del Sur
Registrar of Deeds: Atty. Tingara-an M. Bangkero
Deputy Registrar of Deeds: Ms. Mamolawan A. Macapado
Address: Capitol Bldg. Lanao del Sur Province
Telephone #:

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Land Registration Offices in SOCCSKSARGEN (Region 12)

Station: North Cotabato Prov.
Registrar of Deeds: Atty. Ma. Theresa B. Pescadera
Deputy Registrar of Deeds:
Address: Capitol Bldg., N. Cotabato Prov.
Telephone #: (064) 278-7040

Station: Cotabato City �RRD
Registrar of Deeds: Atty. Armando U. Lauban
Deputy Registrar of Deeds: Mr. Faisal Ungkakay (OIC-DRD)
Address: Capitol Bldg, Cotabato City
Telephone #:

Station: Maguindanao Prov.
Registrar of Deeds: Mr. Faisal Ungkakay (OIC)
Deputy Registrar of Deeds:
Address: Capitol Bldg., Maguindanao Prov.
Telephone #:

Station: Isulan, Sultan Kudarat
Registrar of Deeds: Pros. Emmanuel S. de Peralta (Ex-Officio)
Deputy Registrar of Deeds:
Address: Capitol Bldg., Isulan, Sultan Kudarat
Telephone #:

Station: Gen. Santos City
Registrar of Deeds: Mr. Edgar Pampanga (OIC)
Deputy Registrar of Deeds:
Address: 1st flr. City Hall Dr., General Santos City
Telephone #:

Station: Koronadal, South Cotabato
Registrar of Deeds: Atty. Rogelio M. Estrebella
Deputy Registrar of Deeds: Atty. Rogelio M. Estrebella
Address: Provincial Capitol Compound, Alunan Ave., Koronadal City, South Cotabato
Telephone #:

Station: Sarangani
Registrar of Deeds: Mr. Jonathan Domantay
Deputy Registrar of Deeds:
Address: Capitol Bldg., Alabel, Sarangani
Telephone #:

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Land Registration Offices in Southern Mindanao (Region 11)

Station: Davao City- RRD
Registrar of Deeds: Atty. Asteria E. Cruzabra
Deputy Registrar of Deeds: Jorlyn Paralisan
Address: Hall of Justice Bldg., Ecoland, Davao City
Telephone #:

Station: Digos, Davao del Sur Prov.
Registrar of Deeds: Atty. Jasmin Dosejo (082) 553-2359
Deputy Registrar of Deeds:
Address: Hall of Justice Bldg., Digos City
Telephone #:

Station: Tagum, Davao del Norte, Prov.
Registrar of Deeds: Atty. John Paul O. Devilleres (084) 400-1071 / 218-1491
Deputy Registrar of Deeds:
Address: Provincial Capitol Bldg., Tagum City
Telephone #: (084) 217-3812

Station: Mati, Davao Oriental
Registrar of Deeds: Ms. Pepita P. Landasan(OIC-RD)
Deputy Registrar of Deeds:
Address: Capitol Hill, Mati, Davao Oriental
Telephone #: (087) 388-3560

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Land Registration Offices in Northern Mindanao (Region 10)

Station: Ozamis City
Registrar of Deeds: Ms. Ma. Ella Fe B. Amores
Deputy Registrar of Deeds:
Address: City Hall, Don Anselmo, Bernat St., Ozamis City
Telephone #: (088) 521-1073

Station: Oroquieta City
Registrar of Deeds: Ms. Naty S. Laranjo (OIC-RD)
Deputy Registrar of Deeds:
Address: G/F City Hall, Poblacion Dos, Oroquieta City
Telephone #: (088) 531-1316

Station: Mis., Occ. Prov.
Registrar of Deeds: Atty. Eduardo D. Daral
Deputy Registrar of Deeds:
Address: Provincial Capitol, Oroquieta City
Telephone #:

Station: Tangub City
Registrar of Deeds: Ms. Ella Fe B. Amores (OIC-RD) (088) 354-1467
Deputy Registrar of Deeds:
Address: Acaewae, Migcanaway, Tangub City
Telephone #:

Station: Bukidnon, Prov.
Registrar of Deeds: Atty. Manuel C. Felicia
Deputy Registrar of Deeds: Atty. Sigrid Ritchie J. Maputol
Address: Court Bldg., Capitol Ground,, Malaybalay, Bukidnon
Telephone #: (088) 221-2408

Station: Cagayan de Oro, Mis. Or. Prov.
Registrar of Deeds: Atty. Ramon B. Neri
Deputy Registrar of Deeds:
Address: 2nd flr. Provincial Capitol Bldg., Don Apolinar Velez St., CDO
Telephone #:

Station: Cagayan de Oro City, RRD
Registrar of Deeds: Atty. Bonafebe D. Leyson
Deputy Registrar of Deeds:
Address: Archbishop Hayes-Fernandez Streets, Cagayan de Oro City
Telephone #: (088) 722-075

Station: Gingoog City
Registrar of Deeds: Atty. Glenda Dale Rodriguez
Deputy Registrar of Deeds:
Address: City Hall Cpd., Gingoog City
Telephone #: (088) 861-2055

Station: Mambajao, Camiguin Prov.
Registrar of Deeds: Pros. Alma Concepcion Parreno (Ex-Officio)
Deputy Registrar of Deeds:
Address: Poblacion, Mambajao, Camiguin
Telephone #:

Station: Iligan City
Registrar of Deeds: Atty. Cipriano Benedicto E. Ratunil 223-8125
Deputy Registrar of Deeds:
Address: PVB, Iligan Branch, Iligan City
Telephone #:

Station: Tubod, Lanao del Norte
Registrar of Deeds: Atty. Arthur C. Abamonga
Deputy Registrar of Deeds: Mr. Samrollah M. Dekire 495-0119
Address: Capitol Bldg., Tubod, Lanao del Norte
Telephone #:

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