The Housing and Urban Development Coordinating Council (HUDCC) is the government agency under the Office of the President created by virtue of Executive Order No. 90 (s. 1986), which serves as the oversight, the over-all coordinator, initiator and facilitator of all government policies, plans and programs for the housing sector; sets the overall direction and targets for the sector; and determines strategies, formulates appropriate policies, monitors, and evaluates the programs, projects and performance of the implementing shelter agencies.

            The HUDCC has four major key result areas which include the formulation of plans and policies on housing and urban development, development and supervision of innovative strategies and programs for tenure security, urban renewal and other support services, provision of overall administration and supervision to Key Shelter Agencies (KSAs), and provision of technical assistance to the Local Government Units (LGUs) on the delivery of housing services to their constituents.

            The HUDCC, together with its attached Key Shelter Agencies, addresses various issues in the areas of housing finance, housing regulation, housing production and institutional development.​​