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Bel-Air alludes to both a private subdivision and gated network, and a barangay in Makati City, Philippines. Toward the north, the town itself is bound by Neptune-Anza-Orion-Mercedes-Amapola Streets, Estrella Street on the upper east, Epifanio de los Santos Avenue on the southeast, Jupiter Street on the southwest, and Nicanor Garcia Street (once in the past Reposo) on the northwest. It incorporates an absolute land territory of 787,234 square meters and is generally formed like a tobacco pipe. Bel-Air Village was created in four stages, and comprises of 950 parts, thirty-two lanes and two well-created stops in Phases II and III, each with secured badminton/ball courts. Makati Avenue isolates Phase II from the remainder of the subdivision. The town is overseen by the Bel-Air Village Association (BAVA), and contains just a segment of Barangay Bel-Air, which presently incorporates Ayala North, Gil Puyat Avenue Extension, the Ayala Triangle, and the whole Salcedo Village. The current Barangay Captain is Mrs. Constancia Lichauco.