Malay LGU pushes 'tropical design' in Boracay Island
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The local government of Malay, Aklan has created a committee to review plans and designs for structures on this famed island resort in a bid to ensure compliance with a standard “tropical design” and environmental regulations. Mayor-elect Abram Sualog signed the Executive Order No. 10 dated March 19, 2019 that orders the creation of the Municipal Planning and Urban Design Guidelines Review Committee. The body is mandated to review plans for the construction of new structures or renovations to be done on buildings in Boracay, as well as inspect the progress of developments to ensure that they follow the island’s “tropical design” rules.
Malay LGU pushes 'tropical design' in Boracay Island. (2019, May 20). Panay News, p. 8.
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