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CURRENT STATE OF LOCAL

DEVELOPMENT PLANNING AND


CURRENT DILG INITIATIVE AND
INTERVENTIONS
CURRENT STATE OF LOCAL
DEVELOPMENT PLANNING
• Inactive Local Development
Council

• Indifferent or unsupportive
Sanggunian

• Lack or total absence of vertical


linkages (CDP w/PDPFP, NGA
Plans)
Current State of Local Development Planning
• Low Compliance on CDP
formulation (31%)
• Lack or total absence of
horizontal linkages among
sectoral concerns
• Weak plan – to – budget
linkage
CURRENT STATE OF LOCAL DEVELOPMENT PLANNING
• Multiplicity of plans due to NGA-mandated thematic
and sectoral plans
• Mainstreaming requirement of sectoral and thematic
issues and concerns in local plans (GAD, DRR/CCA,
etc.)
CURRENT STATE OF LOCAL DEVELOPMENT PLANNING
• Competency of local planning
team

• Lack of manpower and resources


for the formulation of CDP

• Sectoral Plans prepared


independently of the CDP and
CLUP
NGA-mandated plans
DILG Mainstreaming approach for thematic
concerns (Chapter 10 , RPS)
Mainstreaming approach for Thematic Concerns
Relationship and Linkage of Mandated LGU Plans
and Implementation Instruments
Comprehensive Land Ecological Comprehensive
Use Plan Profile Development Plan

Sectoral and
Thematic Plans

Regulatory Measures Other Implementation


Investment Programs
Zoning Ordinance and other Authority Instruments (M&E, CapDev,
(LDIP & AIP)
levers (Tax, Incentives, etc.)
etc.)
Heirarchy and linkage of lgu mandated plans
Local plans that maybe incorporated to CLUP Plans that should be integrated in to CDP

A. Plans that require inter-sectoral


1. Agriculture and Fisheries functional committee
Management Plan, including,
Strategic Agriculture and Fisheries 1. Local poverty reduction action
Development Zone (SAFDZ) plan
2. Disaster management plan
2. Forest Management Plan or Forest 3. Sustainable development plan
Land Use Plan (FLUP)
4. Gender and development plan
3. Sustainable Integrated Area 5. Food security plan
Development Plan or Local Agenda 21 6. Integrated area community peace
(SIADP)
and order and public safety plan
4. Integrated Watershed Management B. Plans that falls within the concerns of
Plan (IWMP) individual sectors
1. Action plan for the council for the
5. Ancestral Domain Sustainable protection of children
Development and Protection Plan
(ADSDPP) 2. Annual culture and center plan
3. Agriculture and fisheries
6. Protected Area Management Plan management plan
(PAMP)
4. Local tourism plan
7. Coastal Resources Management Plan 5. Small and medium enterprise
(CRMP) development plan
6. HRD Plan
Heirarchy and Linkage of Mandated LGU Plans ANALYTICAL/ TOOL/DOCUMENTS AUTHORITY
PLANNING FOCUS SUB- MAINSTREAMED PLANNING TOOLS FOR LEVERS FOR
DOCUMENT COMPONENTS NGA-MANDATED APPLICABLE INSTITUTIONAL IMPLEMENTATION
PLANS/THEMES HARMONIZATION
I. Comprehensive Spatial Production - Spatial/Land Use Executive- Zoning Ordinance
Land Use Plan Development Suitability Legislative Agenda,
(CLUP) Analysis/Mapping, PDPFP
RLPDS
Settlements Local Shelter Spatial/Land Use Executive- Zoning Ordinance
Plan (Land Use Suitability Legislative Agenda,
for Residential) Analysis/Mapping, PDPFP
RLPDS
Infrastructure - Spatial/Land Use Executive- Zoning Ordinance
Suitability Legislative Agenda,
Analysis/Mapping, PDPFP
RLPDS
Protection DENR and NHC Spatial/Land Use Executive- Zoning Ordinance
Mandated Plans Suitability Legislative Agenda,
Analysis/Mapping, PDPFP
RLPDS
II. Comprehensive Sectoral Social Local Disaster Vulnerability/Risk/ Executive LDRRM Plan, LDIP,
Development Development Development Risk Reduction Adaptive Capacity Legislative Agenda, AIP, Local
Plan (CDP) and assessment, PDPFP, PDRRMP Ordinance
Management CBDRRM
Plan (LDRRMP) Approach,
Contingency
Planning,
Mapping,
CBMS,RLPDS
Conflict- Vulnerability/Risk Executive LDIP, AIP, Local
sensitivity, Assessment, Legislative Agenda, Ordinance
Peace and CBMS, RLPDS PDPFP, PPOPS
Order/Public
Safety Plan
(POPS)
ANALYTICAL/ TOOL/DOCUMENTS AUTHORITY
PLANNING FOCUS SUB- MAINSTREAMED PLANNING TOOLS FOR LEVERS FOR
DOCUMENT COMPONENTS NGA-MANDATED APPLICABLE INSTITUTIONAL IMPLEMENTATION
PLANS/THEMES HARMONIZATION
II. Comprehensive Sectoral Social Local Shelter Affordability Executive Local Shelter Plan,
Heirarchy and Linkage of Mandated LGU Plans
ANALYTICAL/ TOOL/DOCUMENTS AUTHORITY
PLANNING FOCUS SUB- MAINSTREAMED PLANNING TOOLS FOR LEVERS FOR
DOCUMENT COMPONENTS NGA-MANDATED APPLICABLE INSTITUTIONAL IMPLEMENTATION
PLANS/THEMES HARMONIZATION
II. Comprehensive Sectoral Social Local Shelter Affordability Executive Local Shelter Plan,
Development Development Development Plan analysis, Resource Legislative Agenda, LDIP, AIP, Local
Plan (CDP) matching, CBMS, PDPFP Ordinance
Cont. RLDPS
Local Poverty Poverty Analysis, Executive LPRAP, LDIP, AIP,
Reduction CBMS, RLPDS Legislative Agenda, Local Ordinance
Action Plan PDPFP
(LPRAP)
Gender and CBMS, RLPDS Executive LPRAP, LDIP, AIP,
Development Legislative Agenda, Local Ordinance
Plan (GAD) PDPFP
Economic Tourism Economic Base Executive LDIP, AIP, Local
Development Development Analysis Legislative Agenda, Ordinance
Plan PDPFP, Prov.
Tourism
Development Plan
Business Plan Economic Base Executive LDIP, AIP, Local
Analysis, Legislative Agenda Ordinance
Feasibility Study
Environmental Local Climate Vulnerability/Risk Executive LDIP, AIP, Local
Management Change Action and Adaptive Legislative Agenda, Ordinance
Plan (LCCAP) Capacity PDPFP
Assessments, Bio-
Diversity
Assessment and
Valuation, Air
Quality
Assessment
Current DILG Interventions to address Local
Development Planning Issues and Gaps
• Issuance of Policies and Knowledge Products on mainstreaming thematic
concerns in local plans
• CCA/DRR
• Concerns of vulnerable sectors in conflict affected areas
• Business Friendliness (Business Plan and Tourism Development plans)
• Localization of Magna Carta of Women

• CDP Quick Guide


• CDP-BuB Process Integration
• Rationalized Planning Indicator and Data Set (RaPIDS)
• CDP Review Guide

• JMC 2 including new SLPBC


LOCAL PLANNING STRUCTURE The Local Planning Structure

POLITICAL COMPONENT TECHNICAL COMPONENT

LOCAL DEVELOPMENT LOCAL LOCAL SPECIAL SECTORAL & FUNCTIONAL


COUNCIL SANGGUNIAN BODIES COMMITTEES

DEPARTMENT
LCE HEADS

PUNONG
BARANGAYS LPDO

CONGRESSMAN OR
REPRESENTATIVE NGAs

Private Sector
CSOs / POs Representatives
 Formulate development plans and policies;
LDC IN  Formulate public investment programs;
 Appraise and prioritize programs and projects;
PLENARY  Formulate investment incentives;
 Coordinate, monitor and evaluate implementation of development programs and projects.
Barangay Development Councils:
 Mobilize people’s participation in local development functions;
 Prepare barangay development plans;
 Monitor and evaluate implementation of national or local programs and projects.

 Represent the LDC when it is not in session;


EXECUTIVE  Ensure that the LDC decisions are faithfully carried out and act on matters needing immediate
COMMITTEE attention by the LDC;
 Formulate plans, policies and programs based on principles and priorities laid out by LDC.

 Provide technical support to the LDC;


SECRETARIAT  Document proceedings;
 Prepare reports;
 Other support functions as may be necessary.

 Assist the LDC in the performance of its functions;


 Provide the LDC with data and information essential to the formulation of plans, programs
SECTORAL OR and activities;
 Define sectoral or functional objectives, set targets and identify programs, projects and
FUNCTIONAL activities;
COMMITTEES  Collate and analyze data and conduct studies;
 Conduct public hearings on sectoral planning, projects and activities;
 Monitor and evaluate programs and projects; and
 Perform functions assigned by the LDC.
Sectoral Committees

Core Technical Expanded Technical Full-blown Technical


Working Group Working Group Working Group
“Must be there” “Nice to have around” “The more, the
merrier”
Composed of Local Other LGU officials, national Other groups and individuals,
Government officials government agencies mainly from non-government
and functionaries operating in the locality, and sectors, who have a stake in
whose tasks and important non-government local development in whatever
responsibilities organizations with capacity, enrich and enliven
address the functions and advocacies the full-blown committee’s
concerns of the touching on the concerns of deliberations with their varied
particular sector the particular sector. When views, agendas, and
directly or indirectly. added to the core TWG the advocacies
resulting body becomes the
Expanded TWG.
Suggested Composition of Sectoral Committees
CORE TECHNICAL EXPANDED TECHNICAL FULL-BLOWN SECTORAL
WORKING GROUP WORKING GROUP COMMITTEE

LPDO, SWDO, POSO, CTWG + Police Chief, Fire ETWG + Sports Organizations,
LDC Rep (Barangay), Marshall, Local Civil Religious Leaders, Labor
SOCIAL LDC Rep (CSO), Registrar, PCUP, Nutrition groups, Senior Citizens, Media
District Supervisor, Officer, Housing Board Rep, Reps, YMCA/YWCA, Civic
PTA Federation, NSO, Manager of GSIS/SSS Organizations, School
Sanggunian Rep Principals, Charitable
Organizations
CTWG + DTI Rep, Chamber of
PESO, Agriculturist,
Commerce & Industry, Trade
Tourism officer, Coop
Unions, Bank Managers, ETWG + Lions club, Jaycees,
ECONOMIC Development Officer,
Market Vendors, Sidewalk Rotary Club, Academe, other
LPDO Staff, LDC Rep
Vendors, Cooperatives, interested individuals/
(Barangay), LDC Rep
Transport Organizations groups
(CSO), Saggunian Rep

Local Engineer, Zoning CTWG + Electric Coop Rep.,


ETWG + Other interested
Officer, LPDO Staff, Water District Rep., Real
PHYSICAL/ groups and individuals
LDC Rep (Barangay), Estate Developers,
LAND USE
LDC Rep (CSO), Professional Organizations,
Saggunian Rep, Local Telecommunication
Architect Companies, Academe
Suggested Composition of Sectoral Committees

CORE TECHNICAL EXPANDED TECHNICAL FULL-BLOWN SECTORAL


WORKING GROUP WORKING GROUP COMMITTEE

ENVIRON- MPDO Staff, LDC CTWG + Sanitary ETWG + Environmental


MENTAL Rep. (Barangay), Inspector, C/PENRO, Advocates, other
MANAGE- LDC Rep (CSO), FARMC Reps, BFAR interested groups and
Head of General Rep., Heads of private individuals
MENT
Services, Hospitals, Academe
C/PENRO,
Sanggunian Rep.

INSTITU- MPDO Staff, LDC CTWG + HRDO, ETWG + Religious


TIONAL Rep. (Barangay), Treasurer, Budget groups, Good
LDC Rep (CSO), Officer, Assessor, Governance Advocates,
Local Academe Other interested groups
Administrator, & individuals
Sanggunian Rep
CONTENTS OF THE CDP

 PRELIMINARY PAGES

The
 Resolution adopting the CDP
Simplified  Foreword
CDP Process  Acknowledgement
 Table of Contents
 List of Tables
 List of Figures
 List of Boxes
 Quick Facts about the LGU
 Matrix of Local Development Indicators
CONTENTS OF THE CDP

 COMPREHENSIVE DEVELOPMENT
PLAN
The  Vision
Simplified  Vision – Reality Gap Analysis
CDP Process  Cross-Sectoral and Special Issues and
Concerns
 Sectoral Development Plans
o Social Sector Development Plan
o Economic Sector Development Plan
o Infrastructure and Land Use Sector
Development Plan
o Environmental Management
o Institutional Sector Development Plan
CONTENTS OF THE CDP

 Contents of Each Sectoral Development Plan

The o Introduction
Simplified o Goals and Objectives / Targets
CDP Process o Objectives
o Strategies
o Programs and Projects
o Legislative Requirements
o Project Ideas or Project Briefs

 LOCAL DEVELOPMENT INVESTMENT


PROGRAM

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