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QC to Offer Concierge Services to New Business Applicants

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The Quezon City Government is opening up a concierge service for business startups. Starting 2018, for the convenience of those applying for a mayor's permit to do business, the Business Permits and Licensing Office

(BPLO) shall offer the services of a concierge to attend to the needs of the applicant and help him/her process his/her application.

Just be sure to bring three (3) copies (including original) of the following documents so that your application can be processed simultaneously by the evaluators of the BPLO, the Zoning Official and the Bureau of Fire Protection:

1. Barangay clearance
2. Business registration documents –
a. Business name registration with the Department of Trade and Industry (if single proprietorship)
b. Articles of incorporation with the Securities and Exchange Commission (if corporation, partnership or foundation)
c. Registration with the Cooperative Development Authority (if cooperative)
3. Right to own the property:
a. Property title (TCT) or tax declaration (if property is owned by the business applicant)
b. Lease contract and the lessor's business permit (if business area is leased)
4. Copy of business owner's valid ID (must be a government-issued identification card); if the filer is a representative of the business owner, an authorization letter or special power of attorney, with the representative's valid ID must be attached); Corporate Secretary's Affidavit (if the applicant is a corporation)
5. Sketch of property location or Google map, with photo of frontage and interior of business area
6. Occupancy permit to use the property for the business applied for

If the location is within a subdivision or is in a predominantly residential area, an additional requirement is necessary: signed certificate of 'no objection' from the Homeowners' Association or Neighbors' consent, or Barangay Council resolution (this is a requirement of a national law, Republic Act No. 9904, "An Act Providing for Magna Carta for Homeowners and Homeowners' Associations" and of the Quezon City Ordinance No. 2200, series of 2013).

Incomplete documents will not be processed.

The concierge service is available at the Business One Stop Shop (BOSS), ground floor, Civic Center Building A, Quezon City Hall compound.

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