Planning Strategy Spatial Plan for the Province of Central Kalimantan

Rahmawati, Rahmawati and Supriatna, Tjahya and Lukman, Sampara and Daraba, Dahyar (2021) Planning Strategy Spatial Plan for the Province of Central Kalimantan. Budapest International Research and Critics Institute-Journal (BIRCI-Journal), 4 (4). pp. 8705-8715. ISSN 2615-3076

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The background of this research is that since the stipulation of
Regional Regulation Number 5 of 2015 concerning the RTRW of
Central Kalimantan Province until now the implementation has
not been as expected, this can be seen through the problems that
occur starting from the determination of the area into an office
area, settlement and for investment purposes in the construction
stage in the forest area. Meanwhile, the purpose of this study is to
analyze and find out the RTRW planning for Central Kalimantan
Province which has not yet been optimally implemented, analyze
and find out the inhibiting factors for Central Kalimantan
Provincial RTRW planning and formulate the Central Kalimantan
Provincial RTRW planning strategy. The focus of this research is
to analyze the RTRW planning strategy of Central Kalimantan
Province, and to formulate the RTRW planning strategy used by
Central Kalimantan Province. This research uses qualitative
research with descriptive method. The results show that there are
two things that affect the regional spatial planning process,
namely First, micro factors related to development both from the
manager's point of view and from the provider's point of view,
including technical, managerial management), Financial
(finance), Economics, Environmental impact, Social and security.
Second, macro factors, namely the government's problem to see
the relationship between projects and government programs as a
whole, which consists of the suitability of the location and
regional economic development strategies. Third, Central
Kalimantan the provincial RTRW planning strategy uses ASOCA's
Internal and External Factors Strategy Analysis which results in
other Agility to produce a more optimal RTRW planning strategy
through the ASC Rahma Strategy. ASC Rahma's strategy is
through a synoptic planning approach which consists of the first
synoptic planning, procurement of forest areas based on the
outline of regional needs, the second synoptic planning,
encouraging RDTR to be immediately established as an
operational implementation of investment activities on a micro
scale, the third synoptic planning, supervising preparation of the
RTRW so that it can be accepted by the community. All
stakeholders, and the fourth synoptic planner, ensures that the
RTRW planning does not experience difficulties in its
implementation in the field.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
Depositing User: S.IP, M.Si KG Pambayun
Date Deposited: 11 Apr 2023 14:29
Last Modified: 11 Apr 2023 14:29

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