CUSA is Common Usage Service Area (CUSA) Fee. The CUSA Fee serves as a service fee to cover PPMC’s costs for maintenance and supplies of common areas and facilities within the Zone.
Lease Contracts/Agreements may be on short-term or long-term basis but not to exceed 25 years subject to renewal for another 25 years.
Upon the expiration of the original lease term, unless the lease is renewed, the ownership of all buildings and permanent facilities/improvements introduced by the lessee on the leased area, which cannot be removed without damaging the leased area, shall automatically be transferred to PPMC.
There are building height restrictions because of the presence of an airport and a lighthouse within the Zone. The PPFZ follows required building height/storey per areas of the Zone as provided for in the master development plan of the Zone.
PPMC provides the Vicinity/Site Development Map and Technical Description to specify the location of the proposed area/lot to be leased
Granting of Grace Period on lease rentals payments is subject to approval.
Water supply at the moment is mainly sourced from deep wells and from water delivery.
PPMC has a pending water connectivity project that will soon supply all the areas inside the Poro Point Freeport Zone.
Yes. Public transportation such as tricycles, taxis and jeepneys are available.
Jeepneys plying from PPFZ to City Proper and vice versa are available.
The power/electricity of the Zone is sourced from La Union Electric Company (LUECO).
The tapping of electricity going to the baywalk cutlot will be taken from the nearest tapping point of the power source. All electrical posts, electrical wires and other miscellaneous items needed for the energization of the structure constructed by the locator shall be for the account and expenses of the locator/lessee.
Yes. The Zone has existing aerial and underground fiber optic cable and presence of the Luzon Bypass Infrastructure.
Yes, but will depend on the type or nature of business/es.
Provision for parking area/space are provided for in the Comprehensive Integrated Master Development Plan (CIMDP) of the Zone.
Yes. Thunderbird Resorts can accommodate water sports activities such as kayaking and jet skiing. As for surfing, further study of possible surfing spots is still needed.
The facade of the building or main entrance of the building will face the sea or the Poro Point Baywalk bicycle lane.
All businesses and enterprises operating within the PPFZ must secure its Certificate of Registration and/or Permit to Operate with PPMC which is equivalent to Business Permit/Mayor’s Permit issued by LGUs.
PPMC also has its own Building Official for the processing and issuance of Building Permit and Occupancy Permit.
Upon receipt of complete documentary requirements, the processing time is seventeen (17) working days. You may refer to the PPMC Citizen’s Charter posted at the PPMC website for the detailed processing time.
Please refer to the PPMC Citizen’s Charter posted at the PPMC website and available at the PPMC Office for complete information on requirements and procedures for lease applications.
Yes. The San Fernando Airport operates Monday to Sunday from 7:00 AM to 4:00 PM.
No commercial flights available at the moment but chartered flights are available.
No. Poro Point Management Corporation (PPMC) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA). BCDA/PPMC operates and manages its own freeport zone, the Poro Point Freeport Zone, which is not within the jurisdiction of PEZA.
The Poro Point Freeport Zone used to house the former Wallace Air Station. The enactment of Republic Act 7227 (Bases Conversion and Development Act) on March 19, 1992 and Proclamation No. 216 on July 27, 1993 effectively transferred the stewardship of the Freeport to the Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA) to facilitate its conversion into a productive economic growth center.
Gov. Joaquin L. Ortega Ave. (Formerly Pennsylvania Ave.) San Fernando City 2500, La Union Philippines