MAJOR WET & DRY Markets

San Jose de Buenavista

 

Name of

Market

Date Market

was Established

Coverage Area of market 

( people going to that market)

Available market

sections

No. of stalls

per section

 

 

 

San Jose Trade

Town

 

 

 

 

1998

 

 

 

Local Residents of the Province

Meat Section 32 tables
Fish Section 168 tables
Checherias Section 61 stalls
Grains and Cereals 28 stalls
Dried Fish Section 6 stalls
Frozen Food Section 12 tables
Poultry Products Section 18 stalls
Salt & Vinegar Section 164 tables
Fruits & Veg. Section 46 stalls
Dry Goods Section 8 stalls
Pastries Section 25 stalls
 

San Jose Business Park

 

 

1995

 

Local Residents of the Province

Dry Goods Section /RTWs 89 stalls
Restaurant/Refreshment 13 stalls
Grains and Cereals 6 stalls
Service & Establishment 14 stalls
8 stalls
Tradetown Pasalubong Center 1 stall

 

 

PROFILE OF THE TRADETOWN PUBLIC MARKET

I. IDENTIFYING INFORMATION:

 

            Name                         :           Tradetown Public Market

 

            Postal Address       :           Funda – Dalipe, San Jose dB, Antique

 

            Contact Person      :           Darcy Bungay

 

            Designation             :          Municipal Economic Enterprise Development Officer

 

 

II. BRIEF HISTORY:

 

The Tradetown Public Market is a 6.5 has. Commercial complex where wet market, jeepneys, tricycles

and bus terminals are located. This wide area of local government investment is the expansion area of the

municipality from its commercial district.

This is a 39M loan from World bank payable in ten years, with a an annual amortization of  6,314,872.26. The construction started in 1997 and was inaugurated and opened for business last December 8,

1998. From then on, private  establishments have started to locate with in the tradetown and  the private lots along  the perimeter started to develop. During daytime the tradetown is bustling with market goers and commuters going in and out of the municipality through the PUV, PUJ and tricycle terminals.

All these facilities are presently manage by the Municipal Economic and Enterprise Office (MEEO), a department under the Local Government Unit.

 

 

III.OPERATIONAL AND MANAGEMENT STRUCTURE:

 

The over-all management is assigned to the Municipal Economic and Enterprise Office (MEEO) which takes charge the different program and project components;

a.    Business promotion and public enterprise development and management

b.    Public market administration and supervision

c.    Operation and management of slaughterhouse

d.    Business Park Supervision

 

 

IV. BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES:

 

The Trade town Public market now caters to almost 500 entrepreneurs and business operators plus an estimates of 10,000 market goers daily. The market stalls are housed in the 3 main buildings depending on the kind of business they engaged in to wit;

 

Building Number

Goods/Services

No. of Stalls

No. of Tables

No. of Units

 

#1

Fish Section

Meat Section

Grains & Cereals

Dried Fish

Checheria

Frozen Foods

 

 

14

12

24

7

168

34

 

 

 

# 2

Fruits/Veg.

Salt & Sugar

Grains & Cereals

Checheria

 

 

18

14

36

 

164

 

# 3

Dry Goods

 

Transient Vending/Open Spaces

a)relief

b)Muslims

c) Terminal vendors

 

 

14

22

20

 

 

# 4a/4b

 

Fast Food Section

Pastries Section

BG

BS

DG

DS

PS

AGC

 

 

 

 

53

89

8

23

18

Gaming Center

 

 

24

8

 

V. TRADETOWN TERMINALS:

 

Accessibility to transportation is one of the factor to be considered   in   business. The tradetown market has a reserved spaces terminals/parking spaces for jeepneys, tricycles and buses to transport goods for sale in the market and to conduct costumers/consumers to and from the market. At present the tradetown terminals include;

PUJ terminal                         12 PUJ Associations

Tricycle terminals                 4 TODA Association

Bus Terminals                       8 franchise operators

Shuttle bus                           15 Franchisee

Being the capital town of the province, all public utility transportation facilities are required to park in the various terminals surrounding the Tradetown Public Market.

 

 

VI. COMPARATIVE TRADETOWN INCOME (2009 – 2015)

 

NATURE

CY 2009

CY 2010

CY 2011

CY 2012

CY 2013

CY 2014

CY 2015

PAKING FEE  

1,439,705.00

 

2,489,437.00

 

2,568,515.00

 

2,602,333.00

 

2,431,758.00

 

2,676,500

 

2,653,424

MARKET FEE  

9,202,848.34

 

2,268,180.59

 

2,447,953.00

 

2,305,470.00

 

2,500,339.00

 

2,571,507

 

2,674,451

STALL RENTALS  

8,035,560.42

 

8,667,332.38

 

9,266,884.13

 

9,571,312.93

 

10,742,169.66

 

10,651,689.75

NICHE RENTALS  

35,800.00

 

204,070.00

 

461,850.00

 

544,500.00

 

728,100.00

 

676,500

 

596,550

ABBATOIR OPN.  

650,432.00

 

792,337.87

 

944,138.42

 

1,052,882.08

 

1,024,943.24

 

1,026,576.63

 

1,089,082.18

 

 

VII. OTHER PRIVATE ESTABLISHMENTS CONSTRUCTED:

A. Lumber and Hardwares                         5

B. Agricultural Supply                                 3

C. Gasoline Station                                     10

D. Furnitures/fixtures                                  6

 

VIII. OTHER GOVERNMENT OWNED BUILDING

a.    Pres. Macapagal Trade and Promotion Center

b.    Senior Citizens Building

c.    PNP Detachment

d.    Municipal Health Office 2

 

SUPPORT PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS:

a) Material Recovery Facility (MRF)

a)    Eco – Garden

 

(List of Markets)

San Jose de Buenavista

Name of Market

Name of Market

Administrator &

Contact No.

Market Vendors

Association

President/Point person of

Market Vendors

Assn /Contact No.

Market Days

 

San Jose Trade Town

 

Darcy Bungay MEEDO

 

San Jose Tradetwon Market Vendors Assn.

 

Edilberto Jabile

 

Daily

 

San Jose Business Park

 

Darcy Bungay

MEEDO

San Jose Business Park Businessmen’s Assn.  

Atty. Rolly O. Pedriña

 

 

Daily

Business Establishments:   1,786 as of 2015