Landco empowers home buyers and investors to help build a sustainable future

In celebration of the 52nd Earth Day with the theme “Invest in Our Planet,” Landco is in solidarity with the worldwide environmental and social movement in over 192 countries to drive positive action for the planet.

Through its latest developments of BeachTowns in Batangas, Landco continues to empower home buyers and investors to make sustainable and ethical investments that bring about positive environmental and community change to heal the planet.

“Championing environmental stewardship, the overall health and welfare of communities, and resource efficiency in our property developments are at the heart of Landco’s operations especially in the BeachTowns, not because we have to, but primarily because it’s the right thing to do,” enthused Erickson Y. Manzano, President and CEO, Landco Pacific Corp.

Setting a new standard in sustainable luxury beach living, Landco BeachTowns are master-planned communities located in prime leisure and tourist destinations of Batangas, just a few hours from Metro Manila.

Its latest Leisure Tourism Estates (LTE): the 15-hectare CaSoBē and 24-hectare Club Laiya are both LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design)-registered with its water recycling measures, permeable pedestrian tree-lined walkways, and scenic bike lanes around the beachside properties to reduce carbon footprints.

With the sustainable development of the BeachTowns, investors and residents can seize the opportunity to have a healthy and sustainable lifestyle in their dream beach homes, at the same time take advantage of the long-term high appreciation value of the properties and pass it on as a legacy for the next generations.

Landco has been building leisure estates for the last 30 years and has been known for its sustainability undertakings which bolster the high appreciation value of its various developments including Punta Fuego.

Millennial Resorts Corp. (MRC), which provides the hospitality facilities for the BeachTowns, was awarded the first EDGE (Excellence in Design for Greater Efficiencies) Certification among the resorts in the country, for the eco-friendly design of Crusoe Cabins at CaSoBē in Calatagan. The EDGE Certification was given by the Philippine Green Building Initiative, Inc. (PGBI).

As part of Landco’s holistic approach to sustainability in the BeachTowns, 70% of MRC’s employees in Calatagan are locals, and initiatives such as mangrove sapling planting and support to fisherfolks are implemented.

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