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About Barangay Bel Air

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Bel-Air Village is the third subdivision developed by Ayala. The development, which started in 1957, was undertaken in four phases. The Village boundaries are: Estrella Street, EDSA, Jupiter Street, Nicanor Garcia (Reposo) Street, Kalayaan Avenue, Amapola Street. The total land area of Bel-Air Village is 78.7242 hectares, of which 64.6748 hectares is subdivided into 950 residential lots.


All properties located in the open (not fenced in) perimeter roads have been converted to controlled commercial zones. Consequently, a height restriction of 12 meters for edifices constructed along Jupiter Street is allowed, compared to only nine meters for residential houses inside the village. The other perimeter roads converted to commercial zones retain the nine-meter height limitation.


The significant commercial streets are Jupiter, Makati Avenue, Nicanor Garcia, Estrella, and portions of Neptune/Buli, Orion and Polaris Streets. (While various commercial areas) restaurants are the predominant establishments along Bel-Air’s perimeter roads.


The village has two open space parks, one in Phase II, and the other in Phase III. The Association and Barangay offices are in the Phase III Park. The park in Phase II has an open air basketball court, playground equipment, and a pavilion. Phase III’s park contains a covered basketball court, playground equipment, health gym, conference pavilion, and an employees’ cooperative canteen.


It is in the Phase III Park where all the social affairs of the Barangay, including Community Day festivities, Bingo Socials, Valentine’s Dance, KST Program, Easter Egg Hunt, and Trick or Treat events, are held. A regular event in the Covered Court is the Saturday Anticipated Mass, Christmas Eve, and New Year’s Eve Masses. The conference pavilion has become the favorite of Makati City Hall for seminars.

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Barangay Officials



Barangay Captain   

Constancia Q. Lichauco

Legislation Kagawads

Cynthia D. Cervantes

Aileen T. Dionisio
Noel J. Bautista

Anna Michaela L. Abello
Ma. Bella R. Oposa
Paolo Romaldo F. Pagulayan

Milagros S. Alora


Barangay Treasurer 

Roswinda A. Bautista

Barangay Secretary 

Maria Carmen R. Guerzon

SK Chairman 

Samantha Djoanna Vianney   B. Javier



Barangay Bel-Air Past and Present Punong Barangay

Barangay Captains        

Marilou C. Soriano                           1964 - 1974
Arsenio M. Villavicencio                 1974 - 1980
Sigrid Sibug                         
                1980 - 1989
Constancia Q. Lichauco       
         1989 - 2007
Victor T. Gomez, Jr.                  
       2007 - 2010
Constancia Q. Lichauco          
     2010 - Present



Present in the Barangay

Bel-Air Village Association (BAVA)

Makati Commercial Estates Association (MACEA)


North Buendia Lot Owners Association (NOBLA)


Federation of Residents Associations (FORA)


St. Andrew Parish Pastoral Council


Bel-Air Village Pastoral Council

Women of Bel-Air Foundation, Inc. (WOBA)


Barangay Assembly

The barangay assembly shall meet twice a year to hear and discuss reports of the Sangguniang Barangay concerning its activities and finances as well as problems affecting the barangay.

The barangay assembly shall, among other things, initiate legislative processes by recommending the Sangguniang Barangay the adoption of measures of the welfare of the barangay and the city or municipality concerned.

There shall be a barangay assembly composed of all persons who are actual residents of the barangay for at least six (6) months, fifteen (15) years of age or over, citizens of the Philippines, and duly registered in the list of barangay assembly members.

Barangay Bel-Air holds various assemblies over and above that which are required by law. These serve as a venue for the residents to express their views on community problems and concerns which are then taken up by the Sangguniang Barangay for possible legislation.


Sports & Recreation

Children’s Playground Equipment,
Playing Field



Jaime Velasquez Park

Covered Basketball Court,
Children’s Playground Equipment,
Playing Field, Pavilion

Bel-Air III

Bel-Air II

Salcedo Village

Salcedo Village

Covered Basketball Court,
Children’s Playground Equipment,
Playing Field, Multi-Purpose Hall,
Bel-Air Village Association’s
(BAVA) Health Gym

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Salcedo Saturday Market

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