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The Indonesian Journal of Planning and Development
Published by Universitas Diponegoro
ISSN : 20879733     EISSN : 2442983X     DOI : -
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The Indonesian Journal of Planning and Development (P-ISSN: 2087-9733 and E-ISSN: 2442-983X) is a journal devoted to the study of urban and regional planning and development issues in Indonesia and the other countries. IJPD publishes empirical and theoretical research in order to advance and disseminate knowledge emerged from Indonesian or foreign experiences to an international forum. IJPD emphasizes sustainability issues on economic, social, environmental and institutional dimensions concerning regional and urban development in Indonesia and the other countries. The Indonesian Journal of Planning and Development published two times per year in February and October
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Selection of Poverty Reduction Program through Community-Based Economic Empowerment in Madiun City Andriani, Dwi Nila; Wibawa, Ramadhan Prasetya; Wihartanti, Liana Vivin
The Indonesian Journal of Planning and Development Vol 4, No 1 (2019): February 2019
Publisher : Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Diponegoro University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14710/ijpd.4.1.7-13

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Madiun City is one of the cities in East Java Province and is known as a city of trade and industry, Madiun community, in general, is a picture of modern society even though it is far from economic development in the capital city. Madiun is a city that has the potential to become an advanced economic center in the city of Madiun. Current conditions indicate that the unemployment rate and the quality of human resources in the city of Madiun are still low. Data from the Manpower Office of the city of Madiun noted that the number of unemployed people in the local area reached 5,700. Besides, people's economic strength has not developed optimally, and the index of public purchasing power is still low. In 2018 data from the Central Bureau of Statistics illustrates that poverty in Madiun City reached 4.49% or as many as 7.92 thousand people. One way to alleviate poverty in the city of Madiun is through community-based economic empowerment. This study aims to formulate a strategy to alleviate poverty through community-based economic empowerment and to improve the living standards of people in the city of Madiun. The method used in this study is qualitative, by using primary and secondary data. Data collection is done by interviews, documentation, and field observations. The findings of the study are that the existence of community-based economic empowerment in Madiun city can increase economic income and increase the community's insight into becoming more open to the economy of the community, as well as the newly formed community. The efforts of fostering and empowering have been carried out by the government and the local community through business dissemination, small and medium industry counseling, strengthening community participation in training and providing community training, namely how to build a robust community, management training, and marketing system training.
Coastal Urban Community Knowledge of Coastal Hazard and Conservation in Semarang Towards Sustainable Development Region Widyasamratri, Hasti; Karmilah, Mila
The Indonesian Journal of Planning and Development Vol 4, No 1 (2019): February 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14710/ijpd.4.1.14-18

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Coastal is the most vulnerable area in climate change, instead in Java island. Reveal, 65% of the Java island population is to be vulnerable to the coastal hazard such as tidal flood. The northern Java coastal area has a significant position in logistic connectivity throughout areas in the entire Java island. Nowadays, coastal also has a high ecological pressure as the consequences of industrial and urban population growth as well as Semarang. Abrasion and sedimentation are the most frequent effect impacted to the coastal land cover (i.e. ponds, mangrove forest, and settlement). However, there is a lack of awareness among local communities, although they directly impact of those hazards. This research is identifying local community knowledge of coastal disaster mitigation and conservation in Mangunharjo, Tugu sub-district Semarang. The result showed that the majority of the respondents has understood that they are living in abrasion and tidal flood-prone area, but they do not have any worries and stay living in existing areas. All of respondents do not familiar with the government spatial planning policy. This study is useful to help government in order to widespread government spatial planning policy to local community in order to increase disaster risk reduction and conservation planning as well as urban and rural coastal region.
Strengthening Rural and Regional Economic Competitiveness: Triggering Purworejo Regency Economic Growth Through Tourism-Based Kutoarjo Transit Node Development Triyani, Ibtidah; Adam, Khalid; Kristina, Diana
The Indonesian Journal of Planning and Development Vol 4, No 1 (2019): February 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14710/ijpd.4.1.19-28

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The railway transport node in Kutoarjo serving the southern route of Java, is a great opportunity for Kutoarjo's economic growth. Kutoarjo located in the administrative area of Purworejo Regency in RTRW of Central Java Province belongs to Purwomanggung regional system covering Purworejo Regency, Wonosobo Regency, Magelang Regency, Magelang City and Temanggung Regency. An international airport is also being built in Kulonprogo regency, Special Region of Jogjakarta Province which will be integrated with the existing stations in Purworejo regency, located specifically in Kutoarjo sub-district, Kutoarjo Station. The construction of NYIA (New Yogyakarta International Airport) in Kulon Progo is a great opportunity for the rise and trigger for Kutoarjo. However, the current condition of the existing Kutoharjo station is not optimal and does not significantly give added value to the economy either in Kutoarjo or purworejo. Kutoharjo Station is only a temporary transit point and there is no other object which can make visitors want to stop longer in Kutoharjo. Based on these issues, it is necessary to formulate a management development of kutoarjo as a transit city which can contribute to mobilize the economy in purworejo regency and its surrounding areas. The analysis is conducted by considering movement pattern, development of transit areas, supporting sectors and policies. Based on the analysis results, it can be seen that the development of transit area using seamless tourism concept requires ± 1.4 ha of land around Kutoarjo station which is still included in 200 meters (walkable) radius. The development of node transit is supported by a potential tourism sector. The implication of this transit area development is the absorption of labor force in 2038 as many as 12,213 people. In addition, there is an economic increase of PAD (LGR) of 55.7% which eventually leads the LGR (PAD) reach IDR. 2.328.129.852.138,-  in  2039.
Social and Economic Empowerment for Village Women as a Strategy of Village Development Kushandajani, K
The Indonesian Journal of Planning and Development Vol 4, No 1 (2019): February 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14710/ijpd.4.1.%p

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The issuance of Law No. 6/2014 that is followed with the distribution of village fund has led the rise of program initiatives from village people. One of the crucial elements of development that needs for attention is social and economic development for women. Women's roles in these two areas are significant as compared to the other sectors like politics. Developing women in these two sectors is expected to encourage further development in the village. The research aims to identify the involvement of women in village development, in one village in Central Java, Lerep Village, Ungaran Barat District, Semarang Regency, through two domains: social and economic in 2017. This research is based on qualitative research using first-hand data collected from interviews with selected informants. This research used a case study as an approach and was focused on one village, namely Lerep, Semarang District, Central Java. In Lerep, we can see that the government have strived to a prioritized woman in their empowerment programs. The areas of development include health, education, domestic violence minimization, agriculture, entrepreneurship, and poverty reduction. As a result, women in Lerep could gain more income and enjoy some public facilities provided by the village government, which contribute to the improvement of woman health. In the future, there is a need to encourage woman empowerment as a framework for village development. Therefore, the advantage of the village fund will bring further impacts on society as a whole.
The Role of Landscape Architecture Profession In Two Different Contexts: A Comparative Review of the Practitioners in Responding To Climate Change Adaptation Mildawani, Irina; Khan, Shahed
International Journal of Planning and Development Vol 1, No 1 (2014)
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Abstract: In the context of rising concerns about global warming and sustainable development this paper examines the challenges of landscape architecture (LA) in developing and developed countries in handling climate change adaptation. The paper aims to find how the LA institutes define their professionals’ roles in dealing with society and environment. It seeks to focus on the professionals’ involvement in climate change adaptation programs in Indonesia and Australia. The paper seeks to determine how contextual factors such as institutional roles and types of prevalent governance systems shape the development of landscape architecture discipline and its professional capability with respect to other related built environment professions (architecture and planning). The websites of the ISLA (Indonesian Society of Landscape Architects) and the AILA (Australian Institutes of Landscape Architects) are examined and analysed from the perspective of professional principles of the International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA). The aim is to determine the LA practitioners’ awareness and approaches in handling climate change challenges in various roles and capabilities. It has found that the professional institute in Australia has been involved in the educational program to equip their practitioner members to have a basic knowledge and further application of climate change adaptation in their design and planning projects; whereas in Indonesia the practitioners are actively involved in community capacity building to increase people’s awareness and participation in mitigating the climate change at local as well as regional levels. Findings from the study seek to establish the universality of the LA profession and its relevance in both developed and developing countries.Keywords: climate change adaptation network, IFLA principles, ISLA and AILA, landscape architecture profession
Collaborative Planning on Cross-Border Service of Water Supply in Surakarta Urban Border Area, Indonesia Wahyono, Hadi; Djunaedi, Achmad; Setiawan, Bakti; Subanu, Leksono
International Journal of Planning and Development Vol 1, No 1 (2014)
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Abstract: Recently, many planners apply collaborative planning theory in planning involving two or more parties, such as between government, private and community, including in the inter-region cooperation. However, the theory has rarely been used to explain the interaction between regions in city border area, especially in the cases in Indonesia. This article discusses the case of cross-border service of water supply of the Local Water Company (PDAM-Perusahaan Daerah Air Minum) of Surakarta City into the urban border area of Sukoharjo Regency, based on collaborative planning theory. This article is written based on results of the research on the case using case study research method. The discussion concludes that the approach of collaborative planning theory used on the case is cooperative-accommodation approach. It is because PDAM of Surakarta City accommodate the cross-border region service as a reciprocal policy, as most of their water inputs come from their neighboring regions. In general, such an approach is in accordance with the need of the interacting regions, which one region needs supporting service to meet the need of their communities in water service, and another can fulfill the need based on its capacity. In this case, the concerned technical agencies, PDAM of every region interact each other directly in providing the service. The important thing, the interaction is in line with the prevailing cross-border region bureaucratic regulations and does not infringe the autonomy of every region.Keywords: city border area, collaborative planning, cross-border water supply, Surakarta
Reshaping the Culture: Improving and Integrating Social Capital to Affirm Land Use Control A Case of Bali in Democratic Decentralization Era Putra, I Wayan Indrabayu Pandi; Pratama, Reba Anindyajati
International Journal of Planning and Development Vol 1, No 1 (2014)
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Abtsract: One of the important issues emergences in the context of spatial planning is about community participation. In Indonesia, this issue widely spread in line with development of decentralization system and low level of trust to government. In Bali, problem in land management became crucial issue in regard with rocket development of tourism sector. Triangle conflicts among Indigenous Village, State Government and investor became a common things today. Social capital as an instrument of control is absolutely necessary to monitor the implementation of spatial planning. In regard with endogenous concept in contemporary urban planning, and considering the weakness and limitations of current land use control tools this paper discus and propose an idea to enforce the uses of social capital to support and affirm land use control. This paper began with elaboration of the challenges and conflict of land management in Bali, followed by analysis weakness and limitations of existing regulations and finally ends up with an idea to enforce the function of social capital through institutional reform. Based on the discussion, integrating social capital can be done through accommodating the value into concept of spatial planning and involving indigenous village as institution control for the implementation of spatial plan.Keywords: indigenous, land conflict, participation, social capital, spatial planning
Local Food Crops and the Poor (The Case of the Three Geographical Regions of Kulon Progo Regency) Widiyanto, Dodi; Rijanta, R.; Toekidjo, Toekidjo
International Journal of Planning and Development Vol 1, No 1 (2014)
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Abstract: It is believed that local food crops are available widely in rural regions. However, not all of the people consume them. The facts also show that local food crops are placed as secondary sources of foodstuff. This research aims at (1) describing the profile of local food crops consumed by the poor rural households and 2) exploring causes and mechanism of the poor rural household in maintaining local food crops as their food sources in the three different geographical regions of Kulon Progo Regency, namely the upland region, the transitional region, and the lowland region of Kulon Progo Regency. A household survey is conducted to achieve the above mentioned objectives. Respondents of this research are chosen purposively from the poor households’ data as listed by the Kulon Progo Regional Planning Board to represent the three regions in the regency. Three districts in the regency are selected to represent the three types of regions respectively, i.e: Samigaluh, Pengasih, and Lendah. A questionnaire is distributed in order to collect the data from the selected household respondents. The findings of this research are (1) there are various kinds of local food crops that were consumed by the respondents from three different geographical regions. The researchers collected that there were 36 types of local food totally from these three geographical regions, (2) there were also several motives that were important to be described in order to explained the reason why the respondents processed local food crops such as to be sold or to be consumed by themselves, (3) spatially, there are a specific pattern of harvested local food crops based on the respondents perceptions in three geographical areas: (i) based on nature, and (ii) based on human decision , (4) there were also various methods of utilisation local food crops, such as boiled, fried, steamed, cooked into intermediate products, or cooked into final commodities that were ready to be consumed.Keywords: background, geographical regions, harvested pattern, local food crops, poor households
Typologies of Peri-Urban Klaten-Central Java: A study based on Socio-Economic Perspective Yesiana, Reny
International Journal of Planning and Development Vol 1, No 1 (2014)
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Abstract: Urbanization as a socio-economic change in developing countries has been leading to the existence of a region with a mixture of rural and urban character so called Peri-Urban Areas (PUA). PUA has been emerging as a part of urban growth process as well as rural growth, regarded as rural-urban transition. This phenomenon could be clearly observed in Klaten District, Central Java Province. Located between two strategic cities in Central Java, i.e. Yogyakarta and Surakarta, Klaten has been experiencing a significant land conversion (among the highest in the province) and a significant economic growth in comparison to other districts in the province. Accordingly, Klaten was chosen as the case study to understand the PUA development in Central Java. By focusing on socio-economic perspective, this paper aims to determine PUA typology in Klaten and further analyze the driving factors of the emerging PUA typology. Quantitative analysis using GIS tools and scoring method was applied to create the typology based on secondary socio-economic data taken from statistics report. As the results of the analysis, it has been shown that most of villages in the study area are highly rural in terms of social character. On the contrary, in economic aspect such as employment, the PUA of Klaten community has a strong urban character. It is classified as the fourth typology (highly rural in social character and highly urban in economic character) among the four identified PUA typologies in Klaten. The underlying influential factor of the development of PUA in Klaten is very much its local potential, i.e. the local economic activity. This may provide an evidence that urban and rural growth could be taken place as a part of ‘local’ growth which does not necessarily take place as a part of urban growth (expansion) of the main city (growth center).Keywords: Urbanization, Peri-Urban, Klaten
The Correlation between Residential Density and Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Surabaya City Setiawan, Rulli Pratiwi; Umilia, Ema; Handayeni, Ketut Dewi Martha Erli
International Journal of Planning and Development Vol 1, No 1 (2014)
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Abstract: Population growth is happening in cities, including Surabaya as the second largest metropolitan region in Indonesia. The population growth has an impact to the residential density, whereas residential is usually the largest part of land use in urban areas. In Surabaya, residential use covers more than 60% of the total area. The intensive use of residential area has impacts on the environment. One significant issue is the consumption of energy that produces greenhouse gas emissions. This study is aimed at explaining the relationships between residential density and greenhouse gas emissions in Surabaya City, Indonesia. The residential density will be divided into three categories, i.e. low, medium and high density. The category of density is taken from the Identification Report of Surabaya Spatial Plan. The results of this study indicate that there are significant differences in the electrical energy consumption for the household sector in each residential density. These differences are mainly influenced by variables such as car ownership, ventilation system, the use of electrical power, cooking fuel and the way to use the home appliances. The highest total energy consumption per month exists in high density type. Although the average smallest energy consumption per household exists in medium density, the total energy consumption in medium density is much greater than that in the low density because the number of households in medium density is greater. The final result shows that the correlation between the total production of GHG emissions (CO2) and density has a direct or positive relationship, which means that the greater the density, the higher the production rate of GHG emissions (CO2).Keywords: correlation, greenhouse gas emissions, land use, residential density, settlements, urban