he Clark Master Plan was most
recently revised in 2005 due to the following new design parameters:
Ten-Point Agenda identifying the development of Clark and Subic into
the best international service and logistics hub in the southeast
Asia region as a priority.
New access points and traffic
circulation created by the Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway Project (SCTEP).
Recent trends in development,
migration towards higher value-added assembly and distribution of
goods (logistics) and business process outsourcing (BPO).
Incorporation of areas in the
Ancestral Domain of the Indigenous People (Aetas) in Clark for
Highlights of the Master Plan The
Clark Master Plan focuses on the development of the
the centerpiece being the Diosdado Macapagal
International Airport (DMIA) with the proposed expansion
to incorporate a third runway and an international
gateway terminal in anticipation of its development as
the country’s premier international airport.
National Government’s thrust to develop Clark and Subic
as the best international service and logistics center
in the Southeast Asian region will enhance synergy
between airport and industrial development as raw goods
and finished products are efficiently transferred
through the supply chain.
High-end manufacturing that would bring highest returns
in terms of investment, employment, and exports
Tourism development capitalizes on the domestic and
foreign tourists coming through DMIA. Clark shall also
in time develop into a tourist destination in its own
right with the anticipated entry of world-class tourism
The Clark Special Economic Zone with its expanse and
rolling terrain is ideal for agro-industrial development
(agriculture and food processing) and eco-tourism
development wherein participation of the local
indigenous people is possible.
difference between the short-term and long-term plan is
the transitional/interim uses allowed for in the
short-term plan prior to implementation of the full
development of the DMIA (Third Runway and International