We are now ready to accept payment for PERMITTING AND REGULATORY SERVICE TRANSACTIONS through the Electronic Payment Portal of the Landbank of the Philippines Inc. Please click the URL below: http://lbp-eservices.com/egps/portal/index.jsp Further, please also be guided that you may only proceed with the online payment transactions after securing a Statement of Account or Assessment of continue reading : LLDA Online Payment
Please be informed that in spite of the General Community Quarantine imposed over Luzon and other parts of the country, the Laguna Lake Development Authority (LLDA) continues to accept applications for environmental permits and other frontline services as it strives to fulfil its commitment to public service under this new normal work environment. The LLDA continue reading : Online Application of LLDA Clearance & Online submission of SMRs
Important! Please download the Visitor’s Wellness Screening Form here and fill out the form before visiting our main office and submit it to the Public Assistance Center or to the verification window. Please show this form to our Security Guards upon entering. Our forms are also readily available to be filled out in our office continue reading : Visitor’s Wellness Screening Form
The LLDA’s effort for this year were mostly concentrated on performing various activities in response to the directives of President Duterte …. “transforming the Laguna de Bay into a vibrant economic zone and giving due entitlement to small fishermen” … Correspondingly, the LLDA Board of Directors (BOD), chaired by Sec. Cimatu of DENR, approved Board continue reading : Annual Report 2018
LAKEWATCH is the official newsletter of the Laguna Lake Development Authority (LLDA), which will come to you every quarter of the year. We hope that this will bring us closer to all the communities that we serve around the Laguna Lake region as mandated by the Republic Act 4850.
E.O. 26 aims to plant 1.5 billion trees in 1.5 million hectares to areas covering forestlands, mangrove and protected areas, ancestral domains, civil and military reservations, urban areas under greening plan of LGUs, inactive and abandoned mine sites, and other suitable lands within public domain.