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A.

BUSINESS/INVESTMENT GROWTH Name of Fastfood Chain Location


1. Registered Establishments McDonald’s Pacific Mall
Greenwich Pacific Mall
Year Number
Max’s Restaurant Pacific Mall
2008 3,169
Shakey’s Pizza Pacific Mall
2007 3,037
Dunkin Donuts Pacific Mall
2006 2,543
Dunkin Donuts Cor. Rizal & F. Imperial Streets
2005 2,849
Dunkin Donuts LCC Metro Mall
2004 2,187
Source: Permits & Licenses Div., CMO, as of Sept. 2008 Mister Donut Pacific Mall
Mister Donut LCC Metro Mall
2. New Building Construction Source: CPDO-Zoning Unit, December 2007
Year Res. Comm. Inst. Ind. Others Total
2007 104 88 11 6 28 237
2006 94 70 3 0 10 177 5. Investments
2005 90 51 7 0 17 165 Major Industry Group Amount (in P Million)
2004 124 56 8 3 13 204 Agriculture, Hunting & Forestry 3.776
2003 193 68 5 1 11 278 Fishing 0.327
Source: City Engineer’s Office, 2007 Note: Others include fencing, towers, signage, etc. Mining and Quarrying 2.280
Manufacturing 3.172
Electricity, Gas & Water 0.050
B. DYNAMISM OF THE LOCAL ECONOMY Construction 7.562
1. Internal Market Size Wholesale & Retail Trade 105.846
Population (NSO 2007) - 179,481 Hotels and Restaurants 60.728
No. of Households (Proj. 2007) - 35,920 Transportation, Communication and Storage 22.147
Expenditure Pattern: (BSES Survey 2003) Finance Intermediation 11.929
Food 51.24% Electricity 3.96% Real Estate, Renting and Business Activities 0.180
Transport 9.80% Medical 3.14% Education 0.270
Education 6.20% Clothing 2.43% Health and Social Work 15.802
Other Community, Social & Personal Services 43.534
Total 277.603
2. Market Reach Source: Department of Trade & Industry ROV, 2003
Area Population No. of HH
Bicol Region 5,109,798 891,541*
Albay Province 1,190,823 208,640*
Legazpi City 179,481 30,612# 6. Increase in Local Revenues
Source: NSO Census 2007
#
Year Total Collections (P) % Annual Increase
Note: * NSO Census 2000 and Projections based on the 2000 NSO Census
2007 394,824,408.41 2.04
3. Banking Institutions 2006 403,039,785.21 4.77
Type of Bank Number 2005 416,461,681.57 8.64
Universal Bank 8 2004 317,808,301.30 6.02
2003 299,770,326.00 6.88
Commercial Bank 11
Source: City Treasurer’s Office, 2007
Savings & Thrift Bank 5
Rural Bank 3
Specialized Government Bank 2
Source: CPDO-Zoning Unit, 2007
7. Number and Type of Vehicles
4. Fastfood Chain Locators Type Private For Hire Govt. Total
Name of Fastfood Chain Location Cars 2,062 114 17 2,193
Bigg’s Diner Cor . Rizal & Ma. Clara Streets Utility Vehicles 3,734 1,307 312 5,353
Bigg’s Diner Pacific Mall Trucks 812 136 51 999
Chowking Pacific Mall Buses 8 53 3 64
Jollibee Cor. Rizal & Ma. Clara Streets Motorcycles/Tricycles 10,480 2,946 74 13,500
Jollibee Pacific Mall Trailers 26 10 0 36
Jollibee LCC Metro Mall Total 17,122 4,566 457 22,145
Source: LTO-Legazpi District, 2006
Graceland Cor. Rizal & Aguinaldo Streets
Graceland Pacific Mall
Quick n Hearty Rizal Street
C. INFRASTRUCTURE 6. Internet Service
1. Road Network Internet Service Providers with Dial-up Services - Bayantel, Nitro
Type of Surface Length (kms.) Type of Administration Length (kms.) Internet Service Providers with DSL Services - Digitel, Bayantel, Smart, Globe
Asphalt Overlay 3.850 National 54.9470 Source: CPDO, 2008
Concrete 135.186 City 40.7081
Asphalt 17.420 Barangay 85.9740
Unpaved 39.734 Private 14.558 7. Print and Broadcast Media
Total 196.190 Total 196.190 No. of Local Dailies/Newspapers - 8
Source: City Engineer’s Office, 2006 No. of Radio Stations - 15
No. of Television/Cable TV Stations - 1/3
Source: Phil. Information Agency-Albay, 2006
2. Traffic Profile
Average Travel Time (within the City) - 25 mins.
Mode of Travel (within the City) % of Daily Traffic Flow % of Passenger Cap. 8. Postal and Courier Services
Private Cars & Vehicles 27.66 31.22 Postal Service Provider - Phil. Postal Corporation (6 POs)
Public Utility Vehicles 6.42 28.97 No. of Courier/Cargo/Trucking Service Companies - 19
Bus 0.29 4.08 Source: PhilPost ROV & CPDO-Zoning Section, 2008
Motorcycles 60.96 34.41
Trucks & Trailers 4.67 1.32
Source: CPDO Estimates, 2006

D. LINKAGES AND ACCESSIBILITY


3. Power
Service Provider - Albay Electric Cooperative 1. Access to Manila and other Parts of the Country
Total No. of Household Connections - 31,348 Approx. Dist./
Mode of Frequency of
Source: ALECO, 2006 Location of Port/Terminal Travel Time from the
Transport Trips
City Center to Station
Air Legazpi City Airport, Cruzada 3.00 kms/15 mins. Daily

4. Water Water Legazpi Base Port, Sabang 1.50 kms/5 mins. Daily
Service Provider - Legazpi City Water District (LCWD) Rail Legazpi PNR Terminal, PNR-Peñaranda 0. 85 km./5 mins. Daily
Annual Increase in Connections - 1.67%
Total Daily Production - 16,898 cu. m. Land Legazpi Integrated Public Terminal, Bitano 1.00 km./5 mins. Daily
Sources of Water - Natural springs Source: CPDO, 2009
Type of User No. of Connections Percentage
Residential 14,671 91.38
Commercial 1,171 7.29
Institutional/Government 213 1.33
2. Access to Other Parts of Bicol (Land)
Total 16,055 100.00
Vehicle Type Location of Terminal Origin/Destination
Source: LCWD, 2006
1st District of Albay, 2nd District of Albay,
Bus Legazpi Integrated Public Terminal
3rd District of Albay, & Other Bicol Provinces
Jeepney Legazpi Integrated Public Terminal 1st-3rd Districts of Albay
5. Communication
Vans Legazpi Integrated Public Terminal 1st-3rd District of Albay & Other Bicol Provinces
Telephone-to-Household Density - 1:4
Telegraph Service Providers - RCPI-Bayantel, PT&T Source: CPDO, 2009
Total No. of
Telephone Service Provider Market Share
Subscribers
ICC/Bayantel 3,830 44.16%
Digitel 4,843 55.84%
Total 8,673 100.00%
Source: NTC ROV, 2006
E. HUMAN RESOURCE ENDOWMENT 3. Peace and Order
Strength of Police Force - 121
Policeman-to-Population Ratio - 1: 1,493
1. Literacy and Educational Institutions No. of Police Precincts - 2
Literacy Rate - 97.78% (CPDO Estimates, 2003) No. of Accredited Security Agencies - 7
Participation Rates, SY 2007-2008: Elem. - 72.65 Crime Statistics and Solution Efficiency:
H. S. - 44.00 Type of Index Crime Crime Incidence
Median Years of Education Index Crimes
Educational Level No. of Institutions, Public No. of Institutions, Private Crimes Against Persons 34
Day Care/Pre-School 97 26 Crimes Against Property 49
Elementary 42 14 Non-Index Crimes
Secondary 4 15 Violation of special laws & illegal drugs 25
Technical/Vocational 1 14 TOTAL INDEX CRIMES 83
Tertiary 1 13 TOTAL NON-INDEX CRIMES 25
Source: DepED-City & CPDO, SY 2007-2008 GRAND TOTAL 108
NO. OF CRIMES FILED IN COURT 94
CRIME RATE 4.78
CRIME SOLUTION EFFICIENCY 87.00
Source: PNP-Leg., 2006

2. Availability of Skilled Manpower


% of Population w/ College degree – 98.00 per 1,000 pop.
4. Rest and Recreation
Number of Graduates, SY 2003-2004
Educational Level Number of Graduates
No. of Hotels/Inns - 44
Technical/Vocational 6,112 No. of Museums - 2
Tertiary 17,439 No. of Parks and Plazas - 7
Post-Baccalaureate 576 No. of Sports Facilities - 8
Others: Pre-Baccalaureate 731 No. of Resorts - 3
Total 24,858 No. of Cinemas - 5
Source: CHED ROV & CPDO Estimates, 2004 No. of Cockpit Galleries - 1
No. of Lotto Outlets - 7
Source: CPDO, 2008

F. QUALITY OF LIFE
1. Housing
No. of Illegal Settlers G. COST OF DOING BUSINESS
- 882 HHs
(along PNR active lines only) 1. Cost of Land
Residential Subdivisions, Total No. - 108 Area Rate (P)
Total Area - 232 has. RESIDENTIAL (per sq.m.)
No. of Lots - 10,819 > First Class 1,920.00
Source: UPAO & CPDO, June 2005
> Second Class 1,300.00
> Third Class 900.00
> Fourth Class 630.00
2. Health
> Fifth Class 350.00
Number of Hospitals - 8
COMMERCIAL (per sq.m.)
Number of Hospital Beds - 537
> First Class 9,000.00
Number of Medical Clinics 101
Number of Medical Laboratories - 17 > Second Class 7,500.00
Number of Health Officers > Third Class 3,800.00
- 77 > Fourth Class 3,000.00
(Government only)
Child Mortality Rate - 6.30/1000 pop. > Fifth Class
Malnutrition Rate (2006) : Below Normal (Low) - 10.67 AGRICULTURAL (per hectare)
Below Normal (Very Low) - 1.53 > Coconut Land, 1st Productivity Class 24,500.00
Above Normal - 1.56 > Coconut Land, 2nd Productivity Class 17,500.00
Source: City Health Office & CPDO-Zoning Section, 2008 > Coconut Land, 3rd Productivity Class 10,500.00
Area Rate (P) 3. Salaries and Wages-Minimum Wage Rates
> Riceland, Irrigated, 1st Productivity Class 70,000.00 Sector Rate (P)
> Riceland, Irrigated, 2nd Productivity Class 57,400.00 A. Non-Agriculture
A.1 Establishments
> Riceland, Irrigated, 3rd Productivity Class 43,750.00
> Employing more than 15 workers 220.00
> Riceland, Unirrigated, 1st Productivity Class 30,100.00 > Employing 11-15 workers 207.00
> Riceland, Unirrigated, 2nd Productivity Class 22,400.00 > Employing not more than 10 workers 189.00
> Riceland, Unirrigated, 3rd Productivity Class 17,500.00 A.2 Cottage/Handicraft
> Abaca Land, 1st Productivity Class 33,500.00 > Employing 20 or more workers 195.00
> Abaca Land, 2nd Productivity Class 24,300.00 > Employing less than 20 workers 185.00
> Abaca Land, 3rd Productivity Class 15,200.00 B. Agriculture
B.1 Plantation 198.00
> Citrus Land, 1st Productivity Class 35,000.00
B.2 Non-Plantation 178.00
> Citrus Land, 2nd Productivity Class 28,500.00 Source: Wage Order No. RB 05-11 effective August 7, 2006
> Citrus Land, 3rd Productivity Class 22,500.00
> Nipa Land, 1st Productivity Class 16,210.00
> Nipa Land, 2nd Productivity Class 11,200.00
> Nipa Land, 3rd Productivity Class 8,110.00 4. Telephone Services
Bayan Digital
> Nipa Land, 4th Productivity Class 6,490.00 Charges
Telecommunications Telecommunications
> Corn Land, 1st Productivity Class 52,400.00 1. Residential
> Corn Land, 2ndProductivity Class 40,000.00 > Installation Charge P250.00-1,550.00
> Corn Land, 3rd Productivity Class 28,000.00 > Minimum Monthly Bill P449.00-699.00
> Corn Land, 4th Productivity Class 16,000.00 2. Commercial
> Fish Pond, 1st Productivity Class 147,000.00 > Installation Charge P250.00-1,550.00
> Fish Pond, 2nd Productivity Class 122,500.00 > Minimum Monthly Bill P599.00 (local)
3. Institutional/Government
> Fish Pond, 3rd Class 98,000.00
> Installation Charge P250.00-1,550.00
> Banana Land, 1st Productivity Class 18,000.00
> Minimum Monthly Bill P799.00 (Bicol-wide)
> Banana Land, 2nd Productivity Class 9,000.00 4. Domestic Direct Dial Charges per min. P3.50-6.60
> Banana Land, 3rd Productivity Class 6,000.00 5. International Long Distance Call Charges $ 0.40 (min.)
> Orchard, 1st Productivity Class 18,000.00 Sources: Private Telephone Companies, January 2009
> Orchard, 2nd Productivity Class 14,000.00
> Orchard, 3rd Productivity Class 10,000.00
> Seasonal Crop Land, 1st Productivity Class 25,000.00
5. Internet Services
> Seasonal Crop Land, 2nd Productivity Class 23,000.00 Type of Service Rate (P)
> Seasonal Crop Land, 3rd Productivity Class 21,000.00 Rent per Hour at Internet Cafes/Shops 20.00-35.00
> Pilli Land 55,000.00 ISP Dial-up Rates per Month 599.00-1,500.00
> Pasture/Uncultivated Land 10,000.00 DSL Lines 990.00-5,477.54
Source: City Assessor’s Office, as of the latest revision in 2004 Sources: Internet Service Providers, January 2009

6. Fuel Cost
2. Building and Space Rental Rates PETRON
Cost (P)
SHELL
Cost (P)
CALTEX
Cost (P)
SEA OIL
Cost (P)
Type of Bldg./Space Min. Rate per sq. m. /month Max. Rate per sq. m. /month per liter per liter per liter per liter
Old P 49.00 P 63.00 Gasoline, Gasoline, Gasoline, Gasoline,
33.64 33.64 33.64 33.39
Premium Premium Premium Premium
New P 62.00 P 109.00 Gasoline, Gasoline, Gasoline, Gasoline,
Source: DPWH-Bldg. Services Unit, 2006 33.34 33.34 33.34 33.09
Unleaded Unleaded Unleaded Unleaded
Gasoline, Gasoline, Gasoline, Gasoline,
30.60 27.30 30.30 -
Regular Regular Regular Regular
Diesel 27.30 Diesel 27.30 Diesel 27.00 Diesel 27.30
Kerosene/ Kerosene/ Kerosene/ Kerosene/
36.63 36.63 -
Gaas Gaas Gaas Gaas
LPG 440.00 LPG N/A LPG - LPG -
Sources: Gasoline Stations, January 2009
7. Power Type Rate (P)
Description Residential Commercial Industrial Institutional Street Lights Legazpi-Pob. Rapu-Rapu 50.00-70.00
Legazpi-Malobago 60.00-90.00
BASIC RATES 6.2485 5.5810 4.8552 5.4443 7.2253
Legazpi-Sta. Barbara 75.00
Source: Albay Electric Cooperative, January 2009 Legazpi-Carogcog 75.00
Legazpi-Batan Island 60.00-70.00
Legazpi-Caracaran 35.00-50.00
8. Water Legazpi-Liguan 40.00
Type of Use Rate (P) Legazpi-Mancao 40.00
Residential Legazpi-Tinocawan 35.00
> Minimum (10 cu.m.) 198.00 Legazpi-Manila 35.00-40.00
> Commodity Charge Legazpi-Misibis 35.00
11-20 cu.m. 21.75 Source: Transport Service Providers & MARINA ROV, 2007
21-30 cu.m. 24.35
31-40 cu.m. 27.35
40 up 30.80
Government H. RESPONSIVENESS OF THE LGU
> Minimum (10 cu.m.) 270.00 No. of Days Required to Secure Business Permit - 1 day
> Commodity Charge (Documentary requirements should be
11-20 cu.m. 29.70 complied with w/in 90 days from release
21-30 cu.m. 33.20 of permit)
31-40 cu.m. 37.30 No. of Government Employees per 1,000 pop. - 3
40 up 42.00 Computer to Bureaucrat Ratio - 1: 7
Commercial Existence of Land Use Plans - Comprehensive Land Use Plan
> Minimum (10 cu.m.) 168.75 - 270.00 - Zoning Ordinance
> Commodity Charge
11-20 cu.m. 18.55 – 29.70
21-30 cu.m. 20.75 – 33.20
Percentage of IRA to LGU Revenue:
31-40 cu.m. 23.30 – 37.30
Particulars 2003 2004 2005
40 up 26.25 – 42.00
Source: Legazpi City Water District, Effective January 2009 Tax Revenues 55,349,406.00 65,,882,948.67 78,865,933.31
Non-Tax Revenues 2,569,265.00 2,744,408.81 8,167,847.07
Govt. Bus. Opns. 18,421,940.00 12,175,327.49 16,762,873.96
Misc. Revenues 3,045,208.00 4,390,012.69 3,947,111.96
Total Local Rev. 79,385,819.00 85,192,697.66 107,743,766.30
9. Transport Total IRA 210,422,514.00 202,641,,527.00 202,641,523.00
Type Rate (P)
Total Revenues 289,808,333.00 287,834,224.66 310,385,289.30
AIR: Philippine Airlines (PAL) Legazpi-Manila 2,658.00 – 3,388.00
% of IRA to Total
Cebu Pacific Legazpi-Manila Promo Fares 72.61% 70.40% 65.29%
Revenues
Legazpi-Cebu Promo Fares Source: City Treasurer’s Office, 2007
LAND: BUS Legazpi-Manila
Air-conditioned 630.00-980.00
Ordinary 300.00
CAR/VAN RENTAL:
Particulars 2006 2007
Legazpi to any point in Bicol 1.35 per km.
Tax Revenues 78,914,893.43 81,426,833.43
Legazpi-Manila (overnight) 15,000.00 (excl. fuel)
Non-Tax Revenues 13,198,592.11 13,810,056.89
Legazpi-Naga (1 day) 5,000.00 (excl. fuel)
Govt. Bus. Opns. 22,242,269.51 22,013,946.64
CARGO TRUCK (10 Wheeler):
Misc. Revenues 3,338,324.81 1,897,176.62
Legazpi-Manila 8,000.00-12,000.00
Total Local Rev. 117,694,079.86 119,148,013.58
RAIL: Legazpi-Manila
Total IRA 260,001,121.40 259,822,104.00
Aircon (Recline/Non-Recline) 383.00/335.00
Total Revenues 377,695,201.26 378,970,117.58
Economy 283.00
% of IRA to Total
SEA: Legazpi-Lagundi 40.00-60.00 68.84% 68.56%
Revenues
Legazpi-Bogtong 55.00-60.00 Source: City Treasurer’s Office, 2007
Legazpi-Dapdap 55.00-65.00
LEGAZPI CITY INDUSTRIAL ESTATES

 CITY LIGHT INDUSTRIAL PARK (CLIP)  BICOL REGIONAL AGRI-INDUSTRIAL CENTER (BRAIC)
Location Bogtong, Legazpi City Location Homapon, Legazpi City
Land Area 25 hectares (0.25 sq. km.) Land Area 57 hectares (0.57 sq. km.)
5-10 min. travel from the city proper along a concrete first 12-15 min. travel from the city proper along a
Accessibility class national road & 4 km. away from Legazpi Baseport. concrete first class national road & 1.5 km. away
Accessibility
Accessible by PUJ, PUB, taxi, tricycle & private cars. from Polique Bay. Accessible by PUJ, PUB, taxi,
Topography Relatively flat tricycle & private cars.
> Subdivided industrial and commercial Moderately rolling topography with the
lots ranging from 0.20-2.0 hectares highest elevation of 80 meters above mean sea level
Topography
> Road network & power/water/ and the lowest is 10
telephone services meters above mean sea level
Other Features BRAIC will cater to light to medium labor intensive
> Caters to light industries, commercial
& warehousing activities industries that shall make use of abundant supply of
indigenous local materials, like:
> Ready-mixed concrete & crushed
Sweet potato processing, coconut by-product processing,
aggregates available for construction
Other Features perlite processing, marble processing, ceramics, sulfuric acid
> Consolidated Industrial Gases Inc. processing, fish and meat processing, gypsum, plaster of
(CIGI) paris processing, silica processing, industrial salt processing,
Present Locators > Petron Super Gas Station ice plant and cold storage; pulp, paper & paper board
> World’s Best Gas manufacturing & foundry
> Ligñon Hill Memorial Chapel Land Owner/Developer Homapon Agri-Industrial Estate, Inc.
Tuanzon Builders Corporation Project Status Project developer is in its master plan preparation
Land Owner/Developer
Legazpi City
Project Status On-going

 FIRST LEGAZPI INDUSTRIAL ESTATE (FLIE)


Location Homapon, Legazpi City
Land Area 30-300 hectares (0.30-3.0 sq. km.)
 LEGAZPI CITY SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONE (LCSEZ)
15-20 min. travel from the city proper. part of the
Location Sitio Caridad, Banquerohan, Legazpi City
area is along a concrete first class national road & 2.5
Land Area 33.1318 hectares (0.331318 sq. km.) Accessibility
km. away from the Polique Bay. Accessible by PUJ,
20-25 min. travel from the city proper along a concrete first PUB, taxi, tricycle & private cars.
Accessibility class national road & 1.5 km. away from the Albay Gulf. Topography Rolling to moderately sloping ranging from 5-100
Accessible by PUJ, PUB, taxi, tricycle & private cars.
As planned, the project components are:
Topography Rolling & moderately sloping ranging from 5-150 1. Tourism – Minoro Island & Polique
> 47 subdivided lots at 0.50 hectare Bay: aqua sports, cottages
> Light to medium industries preferred resort hotel & restaurant,
> Duly converted from agricultural to Other Features
swimming pool, etc.
Other Features non-agricultural uses 2. Park and social areas
> Presidential declaration as Legazpi 3. Commercial/General Services
City Special Economic Zone (LCSEZ) 4. Industrial Area
approved on June 9, 1998 MMEVS Builders
Land Owner/Developer City Government of Legazpi Land Owner/Developer
Tagaytay City
Project Status Looking for developer Project Status In the pipeline
 EMBARCADERO DE LEGAZPI
Location Victory Village, Legazpi City
Land Area 15.477 hectares
2-5 min. travel from the city proper along a concrete first
class national road & a 10-minute drive from the city’s
Accessibility airport and bus terminal. Strategically located beside the
Legazpi Baseport. Also accessible by PUJ, PUB, taxi, tricycle
& private cars.
Reclaimed area along Albay Gulf, at the foot of Kapuntukan
Topography
Hill
> A 24/7 operational well-master planned Information
Technology and Modern Trading Hub in a sea front
Environment
> Registered by PEZA as an Economic-Tourism Zone with
Other Features
IT Component
> Will host locators engaged in commercial, recreational,
residential, office, medical, hotel, telecommunication,
education and export trading services
Land Owner/Developer Embarcadero Land Ventures, Inc.
Project Status Construction soon to finish
Manila Office:
Unit 1109 Tektite West Tower, PSE Centre
Ortigas Center, Pasig City
Contact Details
Tel Nos. 0632-6373357/6347790
Or visit
www.embarcadero.ph

Contact Details:

City Planning & Development Office


(052) 8206075, 8206133, 8202927
E-Mail ID: cpdoleg@yahoo.com.ph
Websites: www.legazpi-online.com
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Investment Promotion Center


(052) 4804835

Permits & Licenses Division


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CPDO-RESD
January 29, 2009