Dagupan now open for business

July 24, 2016 at 9:43 pm Leave a comment

DAGUPAN CITY – Mayor Belen T. Fernandez has officially opened the doors of the city to business following the successful ICT-BPM conference with industry executives, vis-à-vis the launching of the ICT-BPM Roadmap, hosted by the city on July 22 at CSI Stadia.
The launching is expected to draw more digital opportunities and the creation of more jobs to be made available to everyone as soon as new businesses will start to operate in the city. This is aside from the outcome of the study conducted by the ICT-BPM that the city has a strong pool of talents in this field, ready to be tapped.
“From all indications, we are rolling out the red carpet to welcome you all to our humble city whose great people offer a great promise to all who may seek great opportunities to grow with us,” said Fernandez.
Fernandez also received from Jonathan De Luzuriaga, president of the Software Industry, the city’s ICT-BPM roadmap which could put Dagupan in the world map, for investors to consider as the next place for their investment.
With the recent approval of the city’s new Comprehensive Land Use Plan (CLUP) and Zoning Ordinance, “we are rewriting our next chapter of growth for our people,” said Fernandez.
Fernandez disclosed that the city will soon have a new city center which would make Dagupan to become even more as the nucleus of development in Pangasinan and Region 1.
“We are building not just one, or two, but 3 new growth centers, to add to our present but congested business district. These are the Bonuan growth center, the Manguin-Tebeng growth center, and the Lucao-Pantal growth center. Plans have now been laid to build new IT parks at the midway zone and as the new base for our ICT-BPM enterprises and industries. We are carefully planning the purposes for this development, all of which have been integrated in our new Comprehensive Land Use Plan for the year 2015 to 2025. This will make Dagupan as the prime destination of choice for trade, commerce and tourism,” said Fernandez.
Fernandez further disclosed that with the approval of the city’s zoning ordinance the city has also plotted the new direction for the growth and development of new enterprises, new centers for residential and socialized housing, the establishment of new institutions, parks and recreation, tourism, among others.
“We are set to build a new government center and various tourism facilities. We have set our new areas for mixed used offices for future development, institutional buildings, residential developments, a new fishport, a new transport terminal, among many of the exciting developments that is set to take place anytime now,” said Fernandez.
Fernandez said Dagupan will be wearing a new face of development. These new city development plans shall be more resilient, well planned, expansive, and responsive to all the city’s future needs according to Fernandez. (Joseph C. Bacani/CIO)


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