(Barangay Bel-Air Village Association)
BAVA
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General Information

HISTORY OF THE BEL-AIR VILLAGE ASSOCIATION (BAVA), INC.

Background

The subdivision known as Bel-Air Village was developed by Ayala Development Corporation and was incorporated and registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission in 1957. With a total land area of 787,234 square meters, it had four (4) development phases and now consists of 950 lots, 32 streets and two (2) well-developed parks each with a basketball court. Currently, there are only twelve (12) vacant lots in the Village.

Bel-Air has deed restrictions which are annotated on the dorsal side of the titles of the properties of the homeowners. These Deed Restrictions remain in force for a period of fifty (50) years from January 15, 1957, unless sooner cancelled in its entirety by two-thirds vote of the members in good standing of the Bel-Air Village Association, Inc. (BAVA). The Association may, however, from time to time, append additional ones, amend or abolish particular restrictions or part thereof by majority vote of the members.

Services

The Association provides the following services to its residents:
a. Provide recreational facilities within Bel-Air for the benefit of the residents and/or property owners;
b. Protect and safeguard the welfare of the members of the Association and their properties;
c. Beautify, equip, operate and maintain streets, parks, playgrounds, recreational areas and the ornamental structures therein;
d. Formulate, adopt and implement rules and regulations concerning the use, enjoyment and occupancy of all properties located in Bel-Air;
e. Collect and dispose of street sweepings, garbage, rubbish and the like; and
f. Formulate, implement and foster activities meant to promote harmonious relationship among the residents and other residential villages.

MANPOWER COMPLEMENT

Being service-oriented, the staff of BAVA has adopted the motto, “Service first to the Village before anything else.” The Office of Bel-Air Village Association, Inc. has a personnel complement of nineteen (19), broken down as follows:

Administrative – 7
Maintenance – 8
Security – 2 (plus 65 agency guards)
Basketball Court Coordinator – 2

Except the Security Office which is on a twenty-four (24) hour operation, BAVA maintains regular office hours from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon and from 1:30 to 6:00 in the afternoon, Mondays to Fridays, and 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Saturdays.