Agrarian reform dep’t partners with DHSUD, Bellavita Land for farmers’ housing venture

AGRARIAN reform beneficiaries will before long have their possess houses right after the authorities partnered with an Ayala-led house developer.

AGRARIAN reform beneficiaries will shortly have their individual properties soon after the governing administration partnered with an Ayala-led assets developer.

The Section of Agrarian Reform (DAR) on Dec. 4 signed a memorandum of understanding with the Office of Human Settlements and Urban Improvement (DHSUD) and Bellavita Land Corp. for the advancement of the Balai Farmers Housing Method.

Agrarian Reform Secretary John R. Castriciones claimed the software aims to establish low cost and eco-welcoming housing types that come with manufacturing and cash flow-making amenities for beneficiaries.

He extra the initiative is the first housing method for farmers in the country.

“The concept is to deliver our farmers respectable shelters as properly as make them self-sufficient by furnishing every single housing unit sufficient house for point out-of-the-artwork gardening,” Mr. Castriciones claimed.

Mr. Castriciones claimed the housing program is a abide by-up to DAR’s land distribution efforts.

“This challenge, the Balai Farmers Housing System, is a suggests in direction of that finish to hold them hooked up to their farm a lot,” Mr. Castriciones claimed. “During the pandemic, they are the types retaining foodstuff out there on our desk. This ought to prompt us to have a paradigm change in direction of them. We really should fortify them and uplift their economic life.

DAR very last thirty day period introduced the P24.63 billion Assistance to Parcelization of Lands for Individual Titling (Break up) undertaking, which aims to quickly-observe the distribution of person land titles to 1.14 million agrarian reform beneficiaries.

The Break up job will include 1.37 million hectares of land and will divide collective certificates of land possession awarded below the Detailed Agrarian Reform Method into unique land titles. — Revin Mikhael D. Ochave