Quezon City exempts fastfood firm from zoning rules

MANILAThe Quezon City local government on Tuesday granted a fastfood company an exemption from the city's zoning rules, allowing it to renovate its own building.

The Quezon City Council granted the Savory Fastfood, Incorporated (Savory) a certificate of exemption from zoning ordinance for the renovation of their two-storey building located in Barangay San Antonio.

Councilors Hero Clarence Bautista and Allan Butch Francisco authored the City Resolution 7419-2018, authorizing the exemption of Savory from zoning rules.

The resolution states that the city council is authorizing the issuance of an exemption certificate to Savory Fastfood, Inc., represented by Kristoferson Davy Ting, as it plans to renovate its two-storey building at San Antonio Street.

Ting, the owner of Savory, wrote a letter to Bautista and Francisco on Dec. 30, 2017, requesting for the issuance by the Quezon City local government of a certificate of exemption pursuant to the provisions of the Quezon City Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance of 2016.

The firm has already complied with the necessary requirements prescribed by the law, ordinance and administrative issuance.

The applicant has complied with the documentary and mandatory requirements as provided in the checklist of requirements under the project evaluation mandatory requirement request form for certificate of exemption issued by the City Planning and Development Office, the resolution said.

The Savory building is specifically located in Lot 36, Block 105, San Antonio Street, Barangay San Antonio, Quezon City. (PNA)

Source: Philippine News Agency

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