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IRR for internet infra construction out

(UPDATE) THE government has issued the implementing rules and regulations (IRR) for the streamlining process for the construction of telecommunications and internet infrastructure in the country, Malacañang said.
Executive Order (EO) 32, issued by President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. on July 4, institutionalizes a set of streamlined guidelines for the issuance of permits, licenses, and certificates for the construction of telecommunications and internet infrastructure, including those relating to the installation, repair, operation, and maintenance of such facilities.
The EO also mandated the creation of a technical working group composed of the Department of Information and Communications Technology, Anti-Red Tape Authority, National Telecommunications Commission, Department of Public Works and Highways, and Department of the Interior and Local Government to formulate the necessary rules and regulations within 60 days.
Under the IRR, a unified application form will be adopted, and preformatted form building permit applications shall be prescribed in all cities and municipalities.


Those applying for a building permit shall be required to submit property documents, technical documents, height clearance permit, and homeowners association clearance, together with the unified application form.
To secure a Certificate of Use and a Business or Mayor's permit, applicants should submit the following, among others: certificate of completion, construction logbook, photocopy of valid licenses, photograph of structure, yellow card/clearance from electrical service provider, and copy of As-Built Plan reflecting changes and modifications.


The IRR also sets the requirements for the erection of poles and construction of underground fiber ducts, cable layout on existing poles and other physical infrastructure, as well as the operation, repair and maintenance of passive telecommunications tower infrastructure, including distribution utility facilities.
Rules for securing clearances from other government agencies and local government's adoption of EO 32 were also spelled out in the IRR.
It mandates all cities to set up a One-Stop Shop for Construction Permits, preferably at the Office

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