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Old October 19th, 2017, 03:40 AM   #61
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Malaysian firm offers to build P122-B gov’t center in Clark
By Kris Crismundo , Philippine News Agency on October 16, 2017



Under MTD Capital’s proposal, part of the NGAC is an extension office of Malacañang Palace. (Photo from https://newclarkcityph.com/about/)

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MANILA — Malaysian investment holding firm MTD Capital Bhd. has offered to build a government center in New Clark City in Central Luzon worth PHP121.8 billion.

Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA) said Monday it received an unsolicited proposal from MTD Capital for the National Government Administrative Center (NGAC) in a 207-hectare area within the New Clark City.

BCDA said the NGAC will house satellite government offices but also major administrative offices of executive departments and agencies.

Under MTD Capital’s proposal, part of the NGAC is an extension office of Malacañang Palace.

The proposed government center outside Metro Manila is being eyed to host embassies, buildings as housing for government employees and for community centers, public schools, and international schools. Read more
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Malaysia firm gets first right over gov’t hub in Clark


By: Roy Stephen C. Canivel - @inquirerdotnet
Philippine Daily Inquirer / 05:09 AM November 13, 2017

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Malaysia-based investment holding company MTD Capital Berhad has been given the original proponent status (OPS) for a P12.7-billion development of a portion of the highly anticipated New Clark City.

In a statement over the weekend, state-owned firm Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA) said the Malaysian company had been tagged for the development of a 60-hectare portion of the National Government Administrative Center (NGAC) in New Clark City.
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Old December 21st, 2017, 03:23 AM   #63
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P9.3-B new Clark airport terminal breaks ground
20 December 2017
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High ranking officials of the National Government broke ground for the P9.36-billion expansion project of Clark International Airport (IATA: CRK) here on Wednesday, December 20. The project is the first hybrid public-private partnership venture rolled out under the Duterte administration and being implemented by the Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA). From Clark Airport’s existing capacity of four million, the new passenger terminal would bring passengers annually to 12 million. The project is expected to be finished by first quarter of 2020.




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Old February 22nd, 2018, 12:44 AM   #64
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Rise of the new city
By: Amy R. Remo - Reporter / @amyremoINQ Philippine Daily Inquirer / 05:54 AM February 17, 2018

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A new, modern city is fast taking shape, designed to be green and sustainable, multifaceted and integrated, an archetype of the metropolis of the future.

In recent years, much has been abuzz about the 9,450-hectare New Clark City and how it is poised to be the country’s first smart, disaster-resilient and green metropolis, which, upon completion, is expected to contribute a gross output of approximately P1.57 trillion per year to the national economy.

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That’s because by the end of next year, some 40 hectares within the New Clark City will already house a portion of the planned National Government Administrative Center (NGAC) which will include two government buildings, a world class sports complex that will serve as one of the venues for the 30th SEA Games scheduled in the last quarter of 2019, and a housing facility that can accommodate some 1,000 athletes.

MTD Capital Berhad of Malaysia, the parent firm of AlloyMTD Philippines, is investing some P13 billion for the project, which broke ground last month.

Between 2020 and 2022, AlloyMTD will be constructing six more government buildings, about 6,000 housing units, and retail and commercial establishments within another 20-ha area, said AlloyMTD Philippines chairman Engr. Isaac S. David.

David expressed confidence that despite the tight construction schedule, they will be able to deliver on time these projects that comprise the first phase of a much bigger NGAC project.

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BCDA to award P3.5-B SCTEX-New Clark City access road
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MANILA — The Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA) is set to award the PHP3.5-billion access road to New Clark City from the Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX).

In an interview Monday, BCDA Business Development and Operations Group Senior Vice President Joshua Bingcang said the SCTEX-New Clark City access road is one of the two major access roads that the government-owned and controlled corporation will award soon.

Bingcang said the access road will open a dedicated eight-lane interchange from SCTEX to the New Clark City — a planned new city in Central Luzon.

He said the project attracted 10 bidders, which include Chinese companies.

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Bingcang added that the BCDA will also open the bidding for another major access road that will connect Clark International Airport to New Clark City.

Clark airport is 15 kilometers away from New Clark City. But with the access road, travel to New Clark City from Clark airport will take only 10 to 15 minutes, Bingcang said.
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I'm an urban designer, and I don't see much here that's structurally 'eco' or green. It's green in that there is a lot of greenery in the plan, but making a city environmentally friendly needs a few basics in place. The city needs to be focused on a walkable, dense and complex urban centre. At the centre of this city is a park - the park should cut right into the city from the outside and join with an urban centre.

Also surrounding the watercourses with roads looks like a mistake. the watercourse should be a public realm asset and it wont be if it has roads on all sides.

Does it have pedestrianised retail streets in the centre? will there be electric trams? will it be a pleasure to cycle in? Will you be able to walk or cycle to work? Will there be incentives not to own a car? Will there be a genuine physical connection between the 'nature' surrounding the city, and the city centre?
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Sports Center; Operations and Disaster Risk Recovery Center update as of March 2019
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