Land Classification Map

Land Classification

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The Land Classification Map shows areas classified as: Alienable and Disposable Land, Forest, national Park, Mangrove, and, Reservation Areas. The Land Classification was acquired from the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR). Base map features were digitized from the National Mapping and Resource Information Authority (NAMRIA) Topographic Map sheets scaled at 1:50,000 using heads-up digitizing method.

Available in PDF and JPG formats, this map may be downloaded and used for free provided that no alterations are made to the map and that proper citations be referred to this source.

10 thoughts on “Land Classification Map”

  1. GOOD DAY SIR,

    MAY I ASK FOR THE TOTAL LAND AREA OF FOREST LAND OF BOHOL. THE DATA IS VERY USEFUL IN OUR RESEARCH. PLEASE SEND US A MESSAGE. THANK YOU

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    • Forest land occupies 101,271 Hectares as indicated in the current PDPFP. However, you may have to confirm this with DENR because there might be changes already.

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  2. Good day sir,

    I am a student of the university of the Philippines, working on my thesis, with Panglao as my site. Would it be possible to request for a map which shows the lot divisions in Panglao Island? Specifically around the Alona beach area. Any help would be greatly appreciated, thank you!

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    • We’re sorry but the PPDO does not handle such data. Perhaps it would be best to visit the Municipal Assessor’s Office of Panglao and Dauis, as these two municipalities are on the Island of Panglao.

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  3. Good day Ma’am/Sir!

    May I ask for the total alienable and disposable land of Bohol. The data will be very useful to my study. Thank you! Hope to hear from you!

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  4. Good Day,

    Sir/ Madame!

    Good day, May I ask for an assistance regarding the land classification of soil and soil pH in the Municipality of Clarin. I ‘am Miss Marites B. Rapas, an Agricultural Technologist of LGU-Clarin. It is very important in our planning and development in our agricultural area.Thank you and God Bless.

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    • Hi Ms. Rapas,
      Please check your email. We don’t have the PH data. You might want to refer that to BSWM. Thank you.

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  5. Hi there im a young lady interested in agriculture and sustainable development, unfortunately neither me nor my family own land and I have read about homestead patent and the possibility to receive public domain land in exchange for taking care of it and make it profitable by cultivation. can you please help me and explain to me how homestead patent works and how and where to apply for it? thanks in advance

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    • Hi Ms. Recelle, we’re sorry but we don’t have such information. You might want to refer your queries on the matter to the Registry of Deeds, the Department of Environment and Natural Resources, the Land Management Bureau, or a local Assessor’s Office.

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