New Rule for Buying: Earthquake fault lines and building
This rule will be added to the Rules for Buying Condo Units in the Philippines.
This is copied from a post. Remember the articles a few years ago on liquefaction and the mapping showing areas such as the Fort. What was done? Were buildings improved? Were current buildings retrofitted? Were there follow-up reports? Do I need to tell anyone the answers to these questions?
They had better hurry and build more since they knew all this and allowed the building anyway. Build more to make a bigger impact.
You could not have planned a better disaster.
Property values may drop when areas are now known.
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Heto ang interactive map ng West Valley Fault.
Tignan niyo baka malapit kayo diyan. Kami ay 500 or so meters away.
These are the notable barangays, villages and infrastructure that lie exactly on top or within 500-meter radius from the fault line.
Kasiglahan Village, Montalban
Litex Textile Mills, Montalban
Dulong Bayan 2, San Mateo Rizal
Santo Nino, San Mateo Rizal
Bagong Silangan Quezon City
Sunnyside Heights Subdivision, Quezon City
Tagumpay Elementary School
San Isidro, Marikina
Santa Elena Markina
Loyola Grand Villas
Ateneo De Manila University
J.M. Basa Compound
White Plains, QC
South Signal Village
Amkor Anam, Cupang, Muntinlupa
Lake View Homes 1 and 2, Muntinlupa
New Rain Subdivision
Muntinlupa City Hall
Sto Nino Village
Park Homes, Tunasan, Muntinlupa
Villa Carolina, Tunasan, Muntinlupa
Stonecrest San Pedro Laguna
Rosario, San Pedro, Laguna
Juana 3, Binan, Laguna
Manila Southwoods Golf and Country Club, Binan, Laguna
San Lazaro Leisure and Business Park, Carmona, Cavite
DLSU Science and Technology Complex, Laguna
Ayala Westgrove Heights
Richland Hills Phase 1
Adventist University of the Philippines, Laguna
Canlubang Golf and Country Club"
Click for the interactive map: http://www.s1expeditions.com/2014/07/158-west-east-valley-fault-line.html
additional storage site for map: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3WCiesljdVhVFM5UURSM0RfbWs/view?usp=sharing
Click for the news:
Phivolcs: West Valley Fault ripe for strong quake
Phivolcs chief explains timing of feared 7.2 quake
Will you be affected by the East, West Valley quake fault? See this atlas