BALANGA CITY, Bataan – Several Manila-based property developers are opting to secure future perspectives of the province’s leading tourist destination for the reported business expansion on the picturesque 50 kilometer shorelines of the historical town of Bagac facing the panoramic west Philippine Sea.
Nick S. Ancheta, Bagac municipal administrator, said that at least two respected land developing firms are enthusiastic in expanding their corporate linkages to the bright prospect of local tourism industry .
He said a top official of the Cresta de Oro,Phil.Company, Ms. Diana Jeane Cajucom, is requesting for the issuance of a mayor’s permit for the fencing and building of the proposed site development in the 35 hectare coastal areas of Sitio Ulingan, Barangay Banawang, Bagac town .
The proposed site expansion is located about a kilometer away from the Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar, a heritage resort, the first in the country, owned by businessman Gerry Acuzar.
Another big-time property developer is scouting for undeveloped portions of the town’s vast seashores as possible location for health and tourist community housing project and beach resort .
Ancheta explained that Bagac Mayor Rommel Del Rosario and members of the Municipal Development Council have created a long-range workable plan that would facilitate the entry of local and foreign financiers who are eyeing the solid prospect of the upcoming tourism investment hub.
Anticipating the big demand for affordable and convenient hotel accommodations for visitors, Ancheta stressed that property developers have also forecasted the growth of low and middle –income housing markets due to the increasing population in critical need as the province hosts six labor intensive and strategically located ecozones.