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GREEN. INTELLIGENT.

GLOBAL

Presentation to the
PHILIPPINE INVESTMENT CONFERENCE
Tokyo, Japan

Arnel Paciano D. Casanova


President & CEO
Bases Conversion and Development Authority

June 2015
THE PHILIPPINES:
LEGEND:
4-HR FLIGHT ROUTE
6-HR FLIGHT ROUTE
4-HR FLIGHT RADIUS
STRATEGICALLY LOCATED AT THE CROSSROADS 6-HR FLIGHT RADIUS
OF INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING AND AIRLINES. Vietnam
Timor Leste
Thailand
Taiwan
Sri Lanka
South Korea
Solomon Islands
Singapore
Saipan
Papua New Guinea
Palau
Pakistan
North Korea
Nepal
Nauru
Myanmar
Mongolia
Micronesia
Maldives
Malaysia
Laos
Japan
Indonesia
India
Hongkong
Guam
Australia
China
Cambodia
Brunei
Bhutan
Bangladesh

Image Credit: Palafox Associates Hours of Travel 0 2 4 6 8


THE PHILIPPINES:
LEGEND:
LESS THAN 10 DAYS TRAVEL
MORE THAN 10 DAYS TRAVEL
LESS THAN 10 DAYS TRAVEL
STRATEGICALLY LOCATED AT THE CROSSROADS MORE THAN 10 DAYS TRAVEL
OF INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING AND AIRLINES.
Travel
Port Country
Time
Tokyo Japan 10 d
Yokohama Japan 10 d
Kobe Japan 10 d
Hong
Hong Kong 2d
Kong
Shanghai PRC 3d
Tianjin PRC 10 d
Shenzhen PRC 2d
Singapore Singapore 10 d
Incheon S. Korea 9d
Kaohsiung Taiwan 2d
Ho Chi Minh Vietnam 3d
Penang Malaysia 13 d
Jakarta Indonesia 12 d
P. New
Alotau 15 d
Guinea
Image Credit: Palafox Associates Galle Sri Lanka 19 d
Mandates of BCDA (RA 7227)

Accelerate the conversion


of former US military bases in Clark and Subic
and their extensions into alternative productive
uses.

Raise funds
through the sale of Metro Manila Camps to
finance the conversion of former US military
bases.

Enhance the benefits


of conversion to promote the socio-economic
development of Central Luzon, in particular,
and the country, in general.
Corporate Powers of BCDA

To construct, own, lease, operate and maintain


public utilities as well as infrastructure facilities.

To acquire, own, hold, administer, and lease real and


personal properties, including agricultural lands,
property lands, property rights and interests and
encumber, lease, mortgage, sell, alienate or
otherwise dispose of the same at fair market value it
may deem appropriate.

To exercise the right of eminent domain and


other special powers.
THE BCDA GROUP

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BCDA Diversified Portfolio

Prime Real Estate 41,500 Has.


Asset Value USD 10 Billion

1 Tollway

2 Seaports
Public-Private
Partnerships 3 Airports

Major Real Estate


Developments

Preferential tax
rates
Fiscal & Non-Fiscal Zero VAT
Incentives
Exemptions on Real
Property Tax
Public-Private Partnerships Bonifacio Global City

The BEST MASTER PLANNED


urban center in the country
LAND AREA 240 HAS.
TAGUIG CITY, METRO
LOCATION
MANILA
FORT BONIFACIO
JV PARTNER DEVELOPMENT
CORPORATION
TOTAL GFA 12.1 M
DEVELOPMENT
PHP 250 B
INVESTMENT

MAP
McKinley Hill, Newport City and
Public-Private Partnerships McKinley West
Clarks Thriving Business Center
Special Economic
and Freeport Zone
QUICK STATS
(31,400 hectares) (2014)
Special Economic Zone
(27,000 hectares)
1M TOURISTS

Freeport Zone $277M ACTUAL


INVESTMENT
(4,400 hectares)

Airport Area
740 LOCATORS

(2,300 has)

Industrial Area EMPLOYEES


(2,100 has)
84,310
$ 4.61B EXPORTS
Special Economic Zones Clark Freeport & SEZ
MAIN ZONE 4,400 HAS.
SUB-ZONE 27,000 HAS.
LOCATION PAMPANGA & TARLAC
CLARK DEVELOPMENT
CORPORATION
(FREEPORT); CLARK
ADMINISTRATOR INTERNATIONAL
AIRPORT
CORPORATION
(AIRPORT)
NO. OF LOCATORS 740
Special Economic Zones Bataan Tech Park

LAND AREA 365 HAS.


MORONG,
LOCATION
BATAAN
ATMANDA
LOCATOR
ECOPARK
Special Economic Zones Poro Point Freeport Zone

LAND AREA 236 HAS.


CITY OF SAN
LOCATION FERNANDO, LA
UNION
PORO POINT
ADMINISTRATOR MANAGEMENT
CORPORATION
DEVELOPMENT
PHP 250 B
INVESTMENT
Special Economic Zones Camp John Hay SEZ

LAND AREA 625 HAS.


LOCATION BAGUIO CITY
JOHN HAY
ADMINISTRATOR MAANGEMENT
CORPORATION
NO. OF
110
LOCATORS
Infrastructure Development Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway
Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) Funded
PROJECT COST USD 600 M.

ANNUAL REVENUE PHP 1.2 B

Japanese Contractors:
- Kajima-Obayashi-JFE Engineering-Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Inc.
- Hazama-Taisei-Nippon Steel Joint Venture
CLARK GREEN CITY City in a Farm

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Clark Green City The Agricultural Heartland
Clark Green City The New Ph Metropolis
Baguio City

Alaminos City Rosario

Dagupan City Economic Drivers and Trends


Lingayen
Urdaneta City
o Growing Population / Urbanization
San Carlos City
San Jose City
o Located in a thriving center and ease of
MNR
TPLEX doing business in Clark
CLEX

o Booming Business Process Outsourcing


CLARK
GREEN CITY Cabanatuan City (BPO) Industry
Tarlac City
Concepcion
CAPAS-BOTOLAN RD.
Capas o Clark Airport, Seaport and Road
Iba
Gapan City Infrastructure Development
Mabalacat
Angeles City
o Secured Business Regime
San Fernando City
SCTEX
o Residential Requirements
NLEX

Olongapo City o Need for Smart and Green City to


Malolos City sustain momentum in economic growth

Balanga City METRO


MANILA
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Clark Green City Conceptual Master Plan
The 9,450-hectare Clark
Green City aims to create a
destination where nature,
lifestyle, business, education
and industry converge into
a global city, based on
principles of sustainability,
that aim to protect and
enhance the delicate
balance between nature
and built environment.

INTERWEAVING GREEN ASSETS TO CREATE A


HOLISTIC, VIBRANT, AND SUSTAINABLE
DEVELOPMENT.
Clark Green City Geohazard: Flooding (Clark Green City and Metro Manila)

146m Clark Green City Metro Manila 43m


9m 2m
2m
MANILA MAKATI BGC PATEROS
56m

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Clark Green City Active Fault Lines (Clark Green City and Metro Manila)

EAST VALLEY FAULT


Clark Green City Metro Manila
What Makes CGC Green & Smart? Key Performance Indicators

RESOURCE LEADERSHIP & DIVERSITY & ECONOMIC


ACCESSIBILITY IDENTITIY RESILIENCE
MANAGEMENT GOVERNANCE DENSITY VIBRANCY
Reduced Stimulate
Good Public Compact Assess Climate
Air Quality Automobile Collaboration Sustainable
Spaces Development Threat
Dependence Growth
Alternative Mixed-Use
Heritage & Improve Avoid Traps &
Biodiversity Modes of Management Neighborhood
Culture Quality of Life Vulnerabilities
Transportation Centers
Prepare for
Long-Term
Water Universal Public Health Mixed-Income Develop Local
Planning Adaptability &
Conservation Design & Service Communities Skills
Short-Term
Hazards
Energy Neighborhood Local Food
Efficiency Schools Production

Materials
Clark Green City Residential & Employment Projections
Population Projection, Clark Green City, Based on Different Capture Rate, 2020F to 2050F

1,679,800

more than 1.2 M 1,277,000


Recommended
@1.1 mil new +

population
233K
existing/resettled

929,600

Capture 5%
Rate 10%
Scenarios 15% 419,950
20% 288,400 319,250
232,400
72,100

2020 2030 2040 2050

Employment Projection, Clark Green City, Based on Different Capture Rate, 2020F to 2050F

1,288,400

more than
Recommended
@1 mil
801,200

800,000 jobs
Capture 5%
Rate 10%
Scenarios 15% 427,000
20% 322,100
# Workers
200,300
139,400 106,750
34,850

2020 2030 2040 2050


Clark Green City Conceptual Master Plan
1. Public Realm Mall
2. Commercial Center 26

3. Central Park
4. Expo 20

5. Retail/Interchange 19

6. Sports Hub 18 21
8
7. Institutional Block 16 15
10

8. Memorial Shrine Park 12

9. Residential District Commercial Center 14 14


11
9
10. Civic/Government Center 13 7
5 6 7
11. Civic Plaza 18
17
3

12. Civic Corridor 14 4

13. CBD Iconic Towers 24


2

14. Financial Center


1
15. Institutional Zone/Research Center 25
21
16. Retail Plaza
17. Light Industrial and R&D Office Zone
24 28
18. Worker Housing
19. Industrial Park
20. Administration Building
21. Mid-Rise Residential Aprtments 22

22. Hill Side Residential Apartments


23. Hill Side Residential and Eco-Tourist Resort
24. Campus
25. Urban Farming Landbanks 27

26. Future Industrial Land 23

27. Mountain Trail


28. Tunnel
Clark Green City Conceptual Master Plan
Land Use Distribution*
106
233
553
100
Kalangitan Road

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FUTURE
403 CONNECTION
TO SCTEX
266
91
315
San Nicolas Road
501
318
314

CALRK-BAMBAN-CAPAS RD
Landfill
Water Feature
Road ROW
Transport Hub
Sports & Recreation
Open Space
Industrial
Light Industrial
Institutional
Residential

*excludes 5,567-ha. Timber Area


Clark Green City Conceptual Master Plan
INDUSTRIAL MANUFACTURING ZONE

strategically located with access to


Clark International Airport, Subic
AGRI-INNOVATION HUB
Freeport, and to the region
will enable economic growth, Kalangitan Road

diversification, trade relations and FUTURE


technological innovations. CONNECTION
TO SCTEX

San Nicolas Road

RD RD
CALRK-BAMBAN-CAPAS
Industrial Park

CALRK-BAMBAN-CAPAS
Manufacturing Sector

Agricultural Sector
Food Terminal Farm
Clark Green City Conceptual Master Plan
COMMERCIAL
lively urban core
FINANCIAL DISTRICT
scenic urban landscape with iconic structures
large central park at the center
COMMERCIAL CENTER
mixed-use components
Kalangitan Road
to create a distinct skyline and identity for
CGC FUTURE
CONNECTION
TO SCTEX

San Nicolas Road

RD RD
CALRK-BAMBAN-CAPAS
CALRK-BAMBAN-CAPAS
Mixed Use Zone

Commercial Core

Commercial Areas

Expo
Clark Green City Conceptual Master Plan
RESIDENTIAL CONDOMINIUMS
MIXED-INCOME
HOUSING

mix of typologies set within an active and


varied community
accessible to a wide range of income
groups
pedestrian-friendly & live-work-play Kalangitan Road

environment LUXURY VILLAS


FUTURE
CONNECTION
TO SCTEX

Affordable Housing

San Nicolas Road

RD RD
CALRK-BAMBAN-CAPAS
CALRK-BAMBAN-CAPAS
Residential Areas
Clark Green City Conceptual Master Plan
INSTITUTIONAL HEALTHCARE CENTER
public realm facilities interconnected CIVIC CENTER
with open space connectors
MIT RESEARCH
CENTER
includes educational, religious, sports,
and medical facilities as well as SPORTS CENTER
government offices Kalangitan Road
NEW UP
new University of the Philippines (UP) CAMPUS
FUTURE
Campus focused on research and CONNECTION
TO SCTEX

internationalization

University Campus Government Center


San Nicolas Road

RD RD
CALRK-BAMBAN-CAPAS
CALRK-BAMBAN-CAPAS
Stadium Civic Plaza

Institutional Areas
CGC Infrastructure Projects: ACCESS ROADS
Primary Access Roads
Joint project by BCDA & DPWH
Total Length: 24 km
Row: 20 m (initial) CLARK 1
Total Cost: Php 1 Billion GREEN
CITY
FUTURE
1. MacArthur-CGC Road CONNECTION
TO SCTEX

Lanes: 2 (initial)
2
Length: 9 km
Budget: 50 M (2015)
Notice to Proceed issued to
Status: Contractor by DPWH (April
20, 2015 Day 01)

CALRK-BAMBAN-CAPAS RD
2. Clark-Bamban-Capas Road
Lanes: 2 (initial)
CLARK
Length: 15 km
INTL
Budget: 150 M (2015) AIRPORT
CLARK
Topographic Survey for
Status:
approval by DPWH & BCDA FREEPORT
ZONE
CGC Infrastructure Projects: ACCESS ROADS
CGC Infrastructure Projects: TRANSPORTATION
Clark Rail
Transit System
CGC
extension of the North-
South Commuter
Approx. 88 kms

Railway to CFZ Main


Zone and CGC
JV between BCDA &
125.9 kms

CLARK RAIL Rail Operator


TRANSIT SYSTEM
(CRTS) Bidding for Operator-
MALOLOS Partner to commence
within 2Q 2015
37.9 kms

NORTH-SOUTH
COMMUTER RAIL
(NSCR) PHASE 1
METRO
MANILA
PROPOSED ALIGNMENT
CGC Infrastructure Projects: TRANSPORTATION
Clark Rail Transit System

SAFE, EFFICIENT, COMFORTABLE, MODERN

TRANSIT-ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT GREENFIELD


(TOD) AT STATIONS ALIGNMENT
CGC Infrastructure Projects: TRANSPORTATION
Clark Transit Bus END
System
Clark Transit Bus System is a
proposed Bus Rapid Transit
(BRT) System connecting
Metro Manila to Clark
Freeport Zone and CGC
Study being conducted by
UP NCTS
Includes study for internal
systems for Clark

START

Proposed Alignment METRO


MANILA
CGC Infrastructure Projects: UTILITIES
POWER

Integrated
Utility Tunnel
Special underground
TELECOM construction to house
all major utility lines
Allows for
unobstructed views of
the city
Significantly reduce
costs and disruptions
due to recurrent
UTILITY TUNNEL excavation works
WATER Better access to utility
lines for maintenance
works/repair
Provides added
protection to utility
GAS lines
CGC Infrastructure Projects: UTILITIES
City-wide public services operated by Integrated Operation Center (IOC) make
new city to be more convenient with not only efficiency but also financial benefit.

Integrated
Energy
Intelligent Building System
In-Building Communication
Operations Center
Mgmt Service Network
Smart Office and Business
Solutions
Operation Service for
Integrated Operation Center Smart Signal public benefit
Transportation Control
Service Traffic
Underground Facility Information
Public services categorized
Facility
Mgmt Service
Identification Parking in Transportation, Safe &
Water-pipe Monitoring Information Security, Environment
Streetlight Monitoring Illegal
Parking Pursuit social benefit
Detection for public
Environment
Service
RFID Ticketing
Operation Service for
Environment business
Info
Weather Info Utility services for citizen
and business : Facility
CCTV Camera control mgmt, Smart Card etc..
Real-time video Crime
Analysis Prevention Public-Private Partnership
Monitoring & Decision Service model
Making
Opportunities with BCDA Land Development
BCDA is looking for Joint Venture
Partners for:

Mixed-Use
Development

Industrial
Estates

Innovation
District
BUSINESS MODEL LEASE

BCDA PRIVATE SECTOR


PARTNER

TERMS
LEASE PERIOD 50 years, renewable for another 25 years
25 years, renewable for another 25 years
FIXED LEASE 5% of the Fair Market Value of the Property
VARIABLE LEASE Percentage of Gross Revenues from operations
(e.g., commercial, rental)
OTHER TERMS Advance Lease Payment first 3 years
Incentives Offered
Performance Commitments
100% Foreign-Owned Company is Allowed
BUSINESS MODEL EQUITY JOINT VENTURE FRAMEWORK

EQUITY JOINT
VENTURE
CORPORATION (JVC)

Develops, Manages, and Leases the JV


area to the locators
BCDA 50 + 50 years Corporate Life PRIVATE SECTOR
PARTNER
(minority share) (majority share)

Deliver physical possession of the Undertake the legal, financial, administrative,


property technical and other processes for the
Deliver development and leasehold rights incorporation of the JVC
Provide major access roads and utilities
Opportunities with BCDA Development of Utilities
Long-term partnership with BCDA to build and operate utilities.

1. Power
Generation (renewable energy)
Distribution
Back-Up/Storage
Energy Management System
2. Water
Supply
Wastewater Treatment
3. District Cooling System
4. Telecommunication & Information Systems
5. Solid Waste Management
6. (Natural) Gas Supply & Distribution
Opportunities with BCDA Target Locators
Electronics Manufacturing
Renewable Energy Systems
Information and Communication
Technology/Business Process
Outsourcing (ICT/BPO)
Nano-Electronics
Light Manufacturing
Biotechnology and Pharmaceuticals
Agro-Industries
Schools/Universities
Creative Industries/Animation
Research Centers
Medical Facilities
Government Offices
Housing Developers
Tourism Development
Others
Clark Green City Tax and Fiscal Incentives

5% Special Gross Income


Earned
Exemption from all Local and
National Taxes
Tax and Duty Free
Importation of Equipment
and Raw Materials
Exemptions from Real
Property Tax
Free Movement of Finished
Goods within the Freeport
Special Visas for Investors
Clark Green City Committed Projects

Food Terminal

TO SUBIC VIA
FUTURE SCTEX
CONNECTION

GK Farm University

Affordable Housing

Botanical Garden

DIRECT LINK TO
CLARK
INTERNATIONAL
CGC Access Roads
Innovation Center AIRPORT
PRIORITY DEVELOPMENT PLAN 2014-2016

2014 2015 2016


ACTIVITIES
1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q

CONSTRUCTION OF PRIMARY
ACCESS ROADS
REAL ESTATE DISPOSITION
(PHASE 1)

MASTERPLANNING OF THE NEW UP


CAMPUS AT CGC

CONDUCT OF FEASIBILITY STUDY FOR


FOOD PROCESSING TERMINAL
CONDUCT OF FEASIBILITY STUDIES
FOR UTILITIES
PROCUREMENT OF UTILITY
PARTNERS
DETAILED MASTER PLANNING BY
REAL ESTATE PARTNER
Up to 2019 (Phase 1)

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