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Development Quizzes & Trivia

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  • 1. 
    1.This type of urban form re-directs development away from the urban core or city center toward identified urban growth areas to nodes. It approximates Lynch’s Galaxy form , which is characterized by clusters of development with each cluster having its own specialization. CLUP Vol 1 p110
    • A. 

      Multi-nodal

    • B. 

      Concentric

    • C. 

      Centric and nodal

    • D. 

      Radial and circumferential

  • 2. 
    2.This type of urban form reflects an outward expansion of urban development from the city center/core induced by the construction of new circumferential and radial roads. This spatial pattern matches the Core City of Kevin Lynch which has the unique characteristic of concentrating development into one continuous body originating from the center or core . CLUP Vol 1 p110
    • A. 

      Multi-nodal

    • B. 

      Concentric

    • C. 

      Centric and nodal

    • D. 

      Radial and circumferential

  • 3. 
    3. At this stage in the planning process, the development thrust and spatial strategy will be translated into a/an _______________ that will describe how, why, when, and where to build, rebuild, and preserve. CLUP Vol 1 p113
    • A. 

      Land Use Plan

    • B. 

      Ordinance

    • C. 

      Goals and objectives

    • D. 

      Urban form

  • 4. 
    4. In allocating and detailing of land uses, the Land Use Plan integrates the mandatory elements such as : CLUP Vol 1 113
    • A. 

      Transportation network

    • B. 

      Public facilities,

    • C. 

      Economic development

    • D. 

      Ecologically critical areas

    • E. 

      Natural hazards

    • F. 

      All of the choices

  • 5. 
    5. The figure shows the detailed activity in Land use planning. This is called_________________. CLUP Vol 1p 115
    • A. 

      Balancing Land and supply demand

    • B. 

      Land use planning process

    • C. 

      Matching figure

    • D. 

      Land Demand & Land Supply

  • 6. 
    6. In balancing Land and Supply Demand,  If the supply is inadequate (less than the demand), the following are some suggested strategic interventions except one: CLUP Vol 1 p 115
    • A. 

      Reduce the demand to match the land supply available

    • B. 

      Increase in use density (densification/ intensification) e.g., infilling of vacant lots, vertical(high-rise) development, redevelopment

    • C. 

      Reclamation subject to environmental and other laws and regulations

    • D. 

      Possible conversion of developmentally constrained areas with the least perceived negative impact and subject to appropriate mitigating measures.

  • 7. 
    7. In balancing Land and Supply Demand,  If the demand is lower than the supply, the planner/s may decide on the appropriate use(s) of the remaining land supply to ensure the achievement of the development thrust. : CLUP Vol 1 p 115
    • A. 

      All of the choices

    • B. 

      Reversion of lands zoned as urban uses to agricultural uses to ensure and enhance food security

    • C. 

      Identification of new growth nodes/corridors

    • D. 

      Identification of areas for additional infrastructure support services and Improvement of rural services and amenities

    • E. 

      Possible relocation or socialized housing sites for informal settlers or families, if any, and for families which may be affected by pipeline projects and renewal/ redevelopment programs in the urban areas

  • 8. 
    8.  Type of standard wherein location of land use is determined by considering time and distance as the primary units of measurement CLUP Vol 1 p116
    • A. 

      Convenience standards

    • B. 

      Performance standards

    • C. 

      Technical Standard

    • D. 

      Location standard

  • 9. 
    9.  Type of standard wherein the main determinants of land use areas are health, safety, and amenity.  CLUP Vol 1 p116
    • A. 

      Convenience standards

    • B. 

      Performance standards

    • C. 

      Technical Standard

    • D. 

      Location standard

  • 10. 
    10. New space needs can be accommodated in three ways: 1. Use of vacant areas and urbanizable lands; 2. Re-use of areas slated for clearance; and 3 change in use of existing built-up areas from one use to another use. The 3rd option is also called " __________" CLUP Vol 1 p116
    • A. 

      Invasion

    • B. 

      Re-classification

    • C. 

      Re-zoning

    • D. 

      Re-planning

  • 11. 
    11. The network of collector roads should consist of roads that are properly spaced. Walkable distances must be observed, e.g. the longest distance a person needs to walk to reach a collector road (which logically is a public transport route) should ideally be a maximum of______ meters. The road right-of-way should follow DPWH standards. CLUP Vol 1 p 117
    • A. 

      250

    • B. 

      200

    • C. 

      150

    • D. 

      300

  • 12. 
    12. It refers refers to a statement indicating specific guidelines, methods, procedures, rules and forms that will guide all development activities in the city or municipality to support and further encourage actions toward the achievement of the vision, goals, objectives, and targets. CLUP Vol 1 p119
    • A. 

      Policy

    • B. 

      Project plans

    • C. 

      Zoning ordinance

    • D. 

      Standards

  • 13. 
    13.  This serves as the specific policy instrument that implements the strategic thrusts and objectives of the approved CLUP. CLUP VOl 1 p 120
    • A. 

      Zoning ordinance

    • B. 

      LGC

    • C. 

      Constitution

    • D. 

      Land use plan

  • 14. 
    14. It refers to the the division of a community into districts (e.g. commercial, residential, industrial, institutional, etc.) in order to maximize, regulate and direct their use and development according to the CLUP. It takes the form of a locally enacted ordinance which embodies, among others, regulations on the allowed uses in each zone or district including district regulations and implementing schemes. CLUP Vol 1 p123
    • A. 

      Zoning

    • B. 

      Land use segregation

    • C. 

      Community division

    • D. 

      None of the choices

  • 15. 
    15 . Which among the statement is false regarding ZONING? CLUP Vol 1 p123
    • A. 

      None of the choices

    • B. 

      The integrated ZO shall cover both public and private lands in the upland, lowland, and coastal ecosystems of the LGU.

    • C. 

      It provides a mandate for an LGU to enforce development controls and zoning restrictions in public lands subject to co-management arrangements with the appropriate national agencies.

    • D. 

      The integrated ZO shall not restrict the LGU from approving complementary ordinances (e.g. fiscal and revenue incentives, environmental code, traffic code, etc.) and/or additional ordinances on local zoning or development controls so long as they are consistent and complementary to the land use management arrangements in the approved CLUP.

    • E. 

      The integrated ZO consists of two major elements, namely, Zoning Ordinance Regulatory Statements and Zoning Map.

  • 16. 
    16. A ___________ Map is a duly authenticated map defining divisions of different planned land uses and regulations of land into zones in a city/ municipality. It is a graphical translation of the Regulatory Statements to facilitate their application. For purposes of accountability, this map shall be provided with transparent overlay(s) depicting critical information that the users/ public should know, e.g. fault lines, subsidence areas, protected areas, etc. CLUP Vol 1 p123
    • A. 

      Zoning

    • B. 

      Sieve

    • C. 

      Cadastral

    • D. 

      Thematic

  • 17. 
    17. Type of zoning which is also called conventional zoning, it is characterized by the segregation of land uses into specified geographic zones with provisions on limitations of activities (such as use, building height, etc.) within each type of zone. Easy to administer but has been criticized as being based on outdated planning theory anchored on the ability of planners to pre-determine land use activities. This approach is suitable for traditional residential subdivision developments as well as in well-established residential neighborhoods. CLUP Vol 1 p125
    • A. 

      Euclidean Zoning

    • B. 

      Performance Zoning

    • C. 

      Incentive Zoning

    • D. 

      Form-based Zoning

  • 18. 
    18. Type of zoning which is also called “effects-based planning,” it does not rely on the segregation of land uses but on a set of performance-based or goal- oriented criteria used and a points-system to evaluate development proposals in any part of the city/ municipality. Its strength is on the ability to accommodate environmental considerations, transparency of decision-making and market- responsiveness. It is, however, complex to administer and provides a high-level of discretion to zoning administrators. An example is to create mixed-use zones  CLUP Vol 1 p125
    • A. 

      Euclidean Zoning

    • B. 

      Performance Zoning

    • C. 

      Incentive Zoning

    • D. 

      Form-based Zoning

  • 19. 
    19. Type of zoning which is anchored on a rewards-based system for developments that meet a city/municipality’s development objectives such as by allowing increases in building heights or building floor areas. This also allows a high degree of flexibility but is also complex to administer. For example, a ZO may allow relief from building height restrictions or building floor areas if a development will fund the construction of access roads or construct smart urban drainage systems.   CLUP Vol 1 p125
    • A. 

      Euclidean Zoning

    • B. 

      Performance Zoning

    • C. 

      Incentive Zoning

    • D. 

      Form-based Zoning

  • 20. 
    20. Type of zoning which does not fully regulate the type of land use (similar to Performance Zoning) but is intended to guide the form that the proposed development will take such as through regulations on building setbacks, building heights, floor areas, pedestrian access, etc. One example of this zoning is Smart Zoning which incorporates subdivision regulations, urban design guidelines, architectural design standards, and some land use regulations   CLUP Vol 1 p125
    • A. 

      Euclidean Zoning

    • B. 

      Performance Zoning

    • C. 

      Incentive Zoning

    • D. 

      Form-based Zoning

  • 21. 
    21. Which is not included in this Protection Zone CLUP Vol 1 p127-128 Table 8- 1. General List of Zone Classifications
    • A. 

      Forest Buffer

    • B. 

      Forest Reserve & national park

    • C. 

      Military & Civil reservation

    • D. 

      NIPAS: Strict Protection & mangrove

  • 22. 
    22. It refers to Medium-density residential. CLUP Vol 1 p128
    • A. 

      R-2

    • B. 

      R-1

    • C. 

      R-3

    • D. 

      R-4

  • 23. 
    23. Industrial zone for highly pollutive/ non-hazardous; highly pollutiv e/hazardous; highly pollutive/extremely hazardous; non -pollutive/ extremely hazardous manufacturing and processing establishments CLUP Vol 1 p128
    • A. 

      I-3

    • B. 

      I-2

    • C. 

      I-1

    • D. 

      I-4

  • 24. 
    24. In addition to the Zoning Map for the entire City/Municipality, an LGU can prepare enlarged maps that will clearly show the zones and boundaries of urban centers, barangay centers, settlement clusters and other areas that may become too small that said information cannot be seen in the Zoning Map. The Zoning Map for the entire City/Municipality may be drawn to the scale of 1: 5,000M, 1: 10,000M or 1: 25,000M depending on the land area . Other specific areas may be drawn to the scale of __________CLUP Vol 1 p129
    • A. 

      1:2,000m or 1:4,000M.

    • B. 

      1:500m

    • C. 

      1:100

    • D. 

      1:1000