Bacoor LGU breaks ground for resettlement site to accommodate coastal easement relocatees

Published June 9, 2021, 10:09 AM

by Carla Bauto Deña

BACOOR CITY, Cavite – The city government here broke ground for an in-city resettlement site on Tuesday (June 8) which will accommodate informal settlers from the Bacoor Bay coastal easement.

(City Government of Bacoor / MANILA BULLETIN)

The 4.7-hectare Ciudad Kaunlaran resettlement site will house four-storey medium-rise buildings with 1,800 residential units in total.

The local government hopes that the resettlement site will give relocatees, especially the youth, a chance to live peacefully in a quiet and secured community.

The in-city resettlement site is funded by the National Housing Authority (NHA).

According to Mayor Lani Mercado Revilla, the ground-breaking ceremony is an infrastructure project to kickstart Bacoor’s ninth cityhood anniversary this month.

 
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