WHAT IS LGU P4?

The Local Public-Private Partnership for the People or LGU P4 is an initiative of the LGUs to engage private sector partnership to deliver infrastructure and services needs of the constituent for economic growth.

LGU P4 aims to promote and enhance local economic development that eventually contribute to the increase of national economy and create more jobs. LGU P4 define in two ..

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Department of the Interior and Local Government

DILG-NAPOLCOM Center,EDSA,corner Quezon Avenue, Quezon City, Philippines 1100
895-8182


Chamber of Commerce of the Philippine Islands

Chamber Building, No. 3 Magallanes Drive, Intramuros, Manila 1002, Philippines
+632 5275610 to 11


The Union of Local Authorities of the Philippines

28th Floor Unit 2803 Summit One Tower Building 530 Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong City 1550 Philippines
+63 2 534-6787; +63 2 717-1810


Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Quezon City, Philippines
000-0000


Public-Private Partnership Center

8th Floor, One Cyberpod Centris, Eton Centris, Piñahan, Quezon City, Philippines
(632) 709-4146


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Recent P4 Projects

  • Septage Management
    MABALACAT CITY, PAMPANGA

    Provide decent and effective septage management

  • Upgrade of the City Abattoir
    ZAMBOANGA CITY , ZAMBOANGA DEL SUR

    The City Government class "AA" Abattoir operates to achieve the primary goal of slaughtering meat animals like swine, cattle, carabao, goat, sheep, chicken, etc. and ensuring that the meat consumed by the public is wholesome by being compliant to the National Meat Inspection Services (NMIS) prescribed standard. The City Abattoir has the potentials of providing 50% of the meat requirement of the meat consuming public, the 50% to be provided by legitimate meat merchant. As a "AA" abattoir, meat produced in the slaughterhouse can be sold outside Zamboanga City and within the Philippines. With the future facilities and services to be offered to the public, notably the roasting pit facilities, meat delivery and meat chilling and the operation of a dressing plant for fowls, its classification can be elevated to the triple "A" category. We envision to materialize this level up by 2019. As an "AAA" abattoir our products can be sold internationally. We also aim to be an International Standard Operation (ISO) compliant plant by then. It generates an annual income of Php 7.735M (2016).

  • Zamboanga Integrated Bus Terminal (Lease of Lot)
    ZAMBOANGA CITY , ZAMBOANGA DEL SUR

    The more or less 1.4 hectares portion or open space within the IBT's premises may be leased out to investors for the building of a commercial mall/center, and for any other similar commercial purposes. The IBT Committee may allow the use of the same for special events or activities and may imposed a fee ranging PhP5,000.00 but not more than PhP10,000.00 per day. The utility consumption shall be charged to the organizer, subject to the approval of the said Committee.

  • Establishment of an ICT-BPO Hub at the Former Zamboanga Convention Center in Pasonanca, Zamboanga City
    ZAMBOANGA CITY , ZAMBOANGA DEL SUR

    Pasonanca Park is a public park located in Brgy. Pasonanca, Zamboanga City. The park also has a separate campsite for males and females, an amphitheater, and a convention center, among other facilities. The project covers two phases: Phase 1: Repair, rehabilitation and retrofitting of the former Zamboanga City Convention Center. The new interior design shall be conducive for the ICT and BPOs but at the same time not sacrificing the original aesthetic architectural design of the building. The ground floor shall serve as training and business center or an incubation hub. The second floor shall be converted into the ICT-BPO hub. The entire area shall be divided into rooms to be leased to various ICT-BPO centers. The project shall be self-liquidating and is envisioned to be an economic enterprise. The City government has initially allocated P10 million, ready for use for site development, perimeter fence, gate and development of a parking area. Per initial estimate P50 million is required to develop the former Zamboanga City Convention Center into an ICT-BPO Hub. The P50 million is proposed to be sourced out from the 2019 DPWH Infrastructure congressional fund of the First District. It shall be used for a) the repair of the deteriorating roof of the convention center and b) for restoration of utilities to include power, water and the repair of the comfort rooms, among others. Phase 2: It includes the aspect on equipment, peripherals and other technical requirements. The city government will also allocate P3milliom for equipment and another P3 million for trainings. The proposal is to tap regional government agencies which provide funds and technical assistance on ICT-related activities. The Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) to provide training and development courses on ICT. The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) and Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) shall provide other related trainings, skills development. The convergence program known as Training for Work to be accredited by DICT and TESDA with an NC 2 certificate. It shall be three months ICT-related course. The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) and Department of Science and Technology shall be tapped for funding assistance for ICT-related equipment and peripherals. The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) shall implement with the technical support of the City Engineer’s Office.

  • Sta. Cruz Commercial Complex
    ZAMBOANGA CITY , ZAMBOANGA DEL SUR

    The Sta. Cruz Commercial Complex is the center of trade of goods and services made available to the members of the community. It is composed of Twelve (12) facilities with 1,056 stalls and 216 tables. These include the Bagsakan Center and Cold Storage. To lease to interested persons in order to augment revenues for Zamboanga City. It generates an annual income of Php 16.519M (2016).

Recent News

  • Sueno eyes inclusion of coops in LGU P4 program

    The Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) will soon forge a stronger partnership with small farmer cooperatives in the country in implementing infrastructure projects and basic services.

  • DILG to private companies: Invest in LGUs

    The Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) pushes further President Rodrigo Duterte’s advocacy to promote economic and social development in the Luzon leg of the Public-Private Partnership for the People Initiative for Local Governments (LGU P4).

  • SUENO: PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP TO FAST TRACK INFRA PROJECTS, IMPROVE PUBLIC SERVICES

    Interior and Local Government Secretary Ismael Sueno has underscored the significance of a strong alliance between the government and the private sector in fast tracking infrastructure development projects and improving public services.