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Rationalized Local Planning System of the Philippines 2005

Rationalized Local Planning System of the Philippines 2005

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RATIONALIZED LOCAL PLANNING SYSTEM OF THE PHILIPPINES

Prepared for the Bureau of Local Government Development Department of the Interior and Local Government 2005

A RATIONALIZED LOCAL PLANNING SYSTEM IN THE PHILIPPINES:1 General Introduction

1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Why Rationalized Planning? To begin with, some words about the word “rationalized” in the title. This is the latest and possibly the last attempt to put order to the present chaos that characterizes local planning in the Philippines.
RATIONALIZED LOCAL PLANNING SYSTEM OF THE PHILIPPINES

Prepared for the Bureau of Local Government Development Department of the Interior and Local Government 2005

A RATIONALIZED LOCAL PLANNING SYSTEM IN THE PHILIPPINES:1 General Introduction

1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Why Rationalized Planning? To begin with, some words about the word “rationalized” in the title. This is the latest and possibly the last attempt to put order to the present chaos that characterizes local planning in the Philippines.

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The new set of data derived from monitoring and evaluating the status of
development after a lapse of one decade may not be used to prepare another plan
altogether. It may well be that the long-term vision and goals are still sound and valid.
But the new characterization of the current reality might warrant a revision of the
current reality rating (refer back to Chapter 6) and a corresponding change in the
vision-reality gap. A new appreciation of the gap should result in new sectoral goals,
objectives and targets to recalibrate the indicators originally formulated which are not
yet completely attained.

Another feature of the CLUP that needs reviewing at the onset of new M&E data is
the chosen spatial strategy or urban form. The new data might indicate variance in
the direction, intensity or size of the built environment from the chosen spatial form.
This may be due to unrealistic assumptions in making growth forecasts or to certain
shortfalls in the needed interventions. Either way the needed adjustment may not
entail a complete change of the plan.

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The point is that cyclical planning which an M&E system in place makes possible
need not involve the preparation of new successor plans everytime. Revision of
certain features of the predecessor plan does not make the process any less cyclical
or continuous.

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