(Case study in Bogor Depok Tangerang and Bekasi)

  • Setyardi Pratika Mulya Department of Soil Science and Land Resources, Faculty of Agriculture Building, Jl Meranti No. 1 Campus IPB Dramaga, Bogor 16680
  • Ernan Rustiadi Department of Soil Science and Land Resources, Faculty of Agriculture Building, Jl Meranti No. 1 Campus IPB Dramaga, Bogor 16680
  • Andrea Emma Pravitasari Center for Regional System Analysis, Planning and Development IPB, Jl Raya Pajajaran, Campus IPB Baranangsiang, Bogor 16153
Keywords: Land use; spatial planning; conformity; boundary; Bodetabek


RTRW is one of the policies that must be developed and implemented by the local government. Un-conformity often occurs between the spatial planning (RTRW) of a territory and the adjacent territory on the same land use. It shows the direction of regional planning. Bogor Depok Tangerang and Bekasi (Bodetabek) area is a hinterland of Jakarta that has a varying dynamics of regional development. This research will identify the phenomenon of land use and spatial plan on the boundary of Bodetabek region. The data used are spatial planning maps and land use maps from the National Land Agency (BPN). This BPN map is use to see land use in more detail. The analysis used in this study are GIS analysis and tabulation. Based on the analysis result, the boundary area in Bodetabek has some land use, including mixed garden, settlement, moor, rice field, industry, and so on. As many as 20 similar land use are identified in two adjacent districts. Most of the same land use on the border between Bogor and Bekasi districs. As much as 31% of planned RTRW on the same land use is conform between the two adjacent districts and 5% is un-conform area. Furthermore, the pattern of relationship between land use and RTRW can be known (exploitative or conservative planning). In addition, standardization of nomenclature used in the RTRW document should be done.


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