Menata Kota melalui Rencana Detail Tata Ruang

Pilot Project

The complexity of space/land issues requires an appropriate and comprehensive handling which accommodates the interest of all parties. Accordingly, a detailed spatial plan is needed as an instrument to tackle any kind of space/land issues.

Along with the existence of a detailed spatial plan, other important aspects which also needed are the ability and willingness to implement the plan which not only a government concern but also the concern of all the stakeholders that take part in that space/land.

Menata Kota Melalui Rencana Detail Tata Ruang (RDTR) book is a form of knowledge sharing process which also a manifestation of Detailed Spatial Planning (RDTR) and Zoning Regulation (PZ) project that has been done by Urban Planning & Public Policy Development team. The book has been widely traded now.


Fotogrametri Dalam Penataan Ruang

On Going Project

The need for spatial data in the development process is a necessity at this time when spatial planning is increasingly highlighted along with the region rapid growth. Until today, satellite imagery or aerial photographs (with the acquisition method of manned aircraft) are still the mainstays of being used as raw material the making of basic maps. Unfortunately, though there has been One Map Policy in Indonesia, not all image of regions are available especially for the needs of the detailed scale planning document.

Technology is rapidly growing. The scientists and engineers are competing to create efficient and effective tools. One of them is a UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle), or unmanned aircraft, or popular as a drone. With certain equipment, software, and system specifications, it turns out that drone can be used to take aerial photographs which according to photogrammetric rules and map requirements in spatial planning. The advantage for a certain area with smaller coverage, the spent on costs and time can be more efficient.

This book is intended to share our knowledge and experiences so far in producing basic and thematic maps for spatial planning and other needs as requested by private institutions and government agencies.



Public Platform

Indonesia is considered as one of the most densely populated countries in the world which has a very heterogeneous socio-economic background.  This diversity is followed by the fact that citizens are reasonably critical when expressing their aspirations for the city. However, this has not been optimally facilitated so that the aspirations, both positive and negative, cannot be conveyed in an effective and targeted manner. A supporting platform that can help citizens deliver their aspirations to the government is needed. On the other hand, as quoted from page in February 2018, there were more than 50% of the population that had been connected to the internet throughout 2017. And 72,41% of internet user were urban people.

Seeing this potential, BERiDE comes to the citizens in order to fill the gap between people and the government. BERiDE is a website-based platform to collect ideas in order to encourage citizens to become co-creators in city development. This is in line with a city development concept which is City 4.0, where the citizens are not only a participant but also a co-creator and have the ability to play an active role in developing the city, with the government as the collaborator. City 4.0 encourages the concept of participatory development as presented by Gonzales (2001). This can be illustrated in the form of relations between the government and the citizens in urban development, where attention, needs, values, expectations, and problems of the citizens are taken into account by the government in the decision making process.