MANILA – The Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA) has set a pre-bid conference on Monday (April 17) for the development of its land property in Clark Freeport Zone and the building of the 21-Unit ASEAN Summit Villas, to be used by delegates at the ASEAN 50th anniversary concluding summit in November.
The agency, in a notice issued before the Holy Week break, said it had opened the bidding process for the P193-million development of a nine-hectare lot in Clark Freeport Zone and the P556-million construction of the 21 Units of ASEAN Summit Villas until April 29.
Monday’s pre-bid conference was set at BCDA Corporate Center in Taguig City.
BCDA is eyeing the completion of the land development in 45 days and 120 days for the 21-Units ASEAN Summit Villas.
In a text message, BCDA told the Philippine News Agency that the 21-Unit ASEAN Summit Villas were intended for the use of delegates of the concluding activities for the ASEAN Summit 2017 in November, as the country chairs this year’s summit.
It added that the budget for these projects would come from BCDA.
The villas will be “leased out to corporate executives based in Clark after ASEAN (summit),” BCDA said.