File Memorandum Circular No. Description
MC 19-15 RESOLUTION NO. R-991, S. 2019, APPROVING THE SUPPLEMENTAL GUIDELINES FOR MAINSTREAMING SUSTAINABLE LAND MANAGEMENT IN THE COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE PLANS
MC 19-14 RESOLUTION NO. R-990, S. 2019, APPROVING THE DRR-CCA ENHANCED PROVINCIAL DEVELOPMENT AND PHYSICAL FRAMEWORK PLAN (PDPFP) OF THE PROVINCE OF PANGASINAN, 2018-2027
MC 19-13 RESOLUTION NO. R-987, S. 2019, APPROVING THE COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE PLAN OF GENERAL SANTOS CITY, 2018-2026
MC 19-12 RESOLUTION NO. R-986, S. 2019, APPROVING THE COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE PLAN OF CALOOCAN CITY, 2016-2025
MC 19-11 SUPPLEMENTARY PROCEDURAL GUIDELINES IN THE CONDUCT OF MANDATORY REVIEW OF COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE PLANS (CLUPs) OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT UNITS ADVERSELY AFFECTED BY HAZARDS AS PROVIDED UNDER MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR 01, S. 2019
MC 19-10 RESOLUTION NO. R-984, S. 2019, APPROVING THE COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE PLAN OF CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY, 2019-2027
MC 19-09 RESOLUTION NO. R-983, S. 2019, APPROVING THE COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE PLAN OF VALENZUELA CITY, 2019-2028
MC 19-08 RESOLUTION NO. R-982, S. 2019, AUTHORIZING THE HOUSING AND LAND USE REGULATORY BOARD (HLURB), THROUGH ITS CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER AND COMMISSIONERS, TO FILE APPROPRIATE CRIMINAL COMPLAINTS FOR VIOLATION OF THE PROVISIONS OF P.D. 957 AND B.P. 220 AND THEIR RESPECTIVE IMPLEMENTING RULES AND REGULATIONS (IRRs)
MC 19-06 APPLYING THE INTERGOVERNMENTAL PANEL FOR CLIMATE CHANGE-ASSESSMENT REPORT NO. 5 (IPCC-AR5) FRAMEWORK FOR VULNERABILITY AND RISK ASSESSMENT FOR MAINSTREAMING CLIMATE CHANGE AND DISASTER RISK IN THE CLUP
MC 19-05 APPROVING THE COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE PLAN (CLUP) OF THE CITY OF MALABON, 2018-2027
MC 19-04 CUT-OFF PERIOD OF EFFECTIVITY OF THE ADJUSTED PRICE CEILING VIS-A-VIS THE MINIMUM FLOOR AREA AND LOT AREA REQUIREMENTS PER BOARD RESOLUTION NO. 973, SERIES OF 2018
MC 19-02 PARAMETERS FOR REVIEW OF CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION AND DISASTER RISK REDUCTION IN COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE PLAN
MC 19-01 MANDATORY REVIEW OF COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE PLANS (CLUPs) OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT UNITS ADVERSELY AFFECTED BY HAZARDS