Judiciary Complex to rise in New Clark City

NEW CLARK CITY, Tarlac — A Judiciary Complex will soon rise at the National Government Administrative Center (NGAC) in New Clark City (NCC).

NEW CLARK CITY, Tarlac — A Judiciary Complex will soon rise at the National Government Administrative Center (NGAC) in New Clark City (NCC).

This after the Supreme Court (SC) and Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for the allocation of a 5.8-hectare area inside NGAC.

SC will construct a regional office in the lot with an archive center, data center and a training center. It will be used by the Philippine Judicial Academy, Judicial and Bar Council, and Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Office.

“The concept of NGAC is a step in the right direction for the Philippines. SC welcomes the opportunity to become a stakeholder and locator,” Chief Justice Lucas P. Bersamin said in a previous statement.

Under the MOU, SC’s lot will be surrounded by a residential area, a business center, and a proposed governance innovation hub. SC’s new office in NGAC will also be accessible to the 12.05-kilometer road from NCC to the Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway. 

“We’re fortunate that the highest tribunal is joining us with the vision for NCC. This huge support adds value to Clark’s steady growth which will further expand with the development of connectivity infrastructure, such as the Clark International Airport new terminal building and the construction of railways,” BCDA President and CEO Vivencio Dizon said in a statement.

The 200-hectare NGAC is an integral part of President Rodrigo R. Duterte’s vision to accelerate economic growth in the regions by decentralizing state offices in Metro Manila and solving the congestion problem in the capital. 

Phase 1A of NGAC involves the construction of world-class sports facilities to be used in this year’s hosting of the South East Asian Games. The facilities include the 20,000-seater Athletic Stadium, 2,000-seater Aquatic Center, and an Athletes’ Village. 

NEW CLARK CITY, Tarlac — A Judiciary Complex will soon rise at the National Government Administrative Center (NGAC) in New Clark City (NCC).

This after the Supreme Court (SC) and Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for the allocation of a 5.8-hectare area inside NGAC.

SC will construct a regional office in the lot with an archive center, data center and a training center. It will be used by the Philippine Judicial Academy, Judicial and Bar Council, and Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Office.

“The concept of NGAC is a step in the right direction for the Philippines. SC welcomes the opportunity to become a stakeholder and locator,” Chief Justice Lucas P. Bersamin said in a previous statement.

Under the MOU, SC’s lot will be surrounded by a residential area, a business center, and a proposed governance innovation hub. SC’s new office in NGAC will also be accessible to the 12.05-kilometer road from NCC to the Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway. 

“We’re fortunate that the highest tribunal is joining us with the vision for NCC. This huge support adds value to Clark’s steady growth which will further expand with the development of connectivity infrastructure, such as the Clark International Airport new terminal building and the construction of railways,” BCDA President and CEO Vivencio Dizon said in a statement.

The 200-hectare NGAC is an integral part of President Rodrigo R. Duterte’s vision to accelerate economic growth in the regions by decentralizing state offices in Metro Manila and solving the congestion problem in the capital. 

Phase 1A of NGAC involves the construction of world-class sports facilities to be used in this year’s hosting of the South East Asian Games. The facilities include the 20,000-seater Athletic Stadium, 2,000-seater Aquatic Center, and an Athletes’ Village.