Sunarti, Sunarti (2009) HOW IS A STRATEGY FOR SUSTAINABILITY OF COASTAL SLUMS AREA IN REMBANG CITY, REMBANG DISTRICT? In: International Conference Sustainable Slum Upgrading in Urban Area, 16 April 2009, Univeritas Negeri Surakarta.

PDF - Published Version


Population growth is very fast, especially lead to control of the illegal land by low-income communities. With limited land for a residence in the city made the state-owned land that is not used for public use area of settlement. Rembang subdistrict capital is located in the seaside city with the linier development along the beach. This has caused people choose where to live in the area because it is a strategic location and close to the main livelihood as fishermen. Settlement area is finally growing in conservation areas to the coastal area and into slums. The emergence of the legal settlement slums and illegal (squatters) because of the absence of regulation as a control in the provision of housing and services. Goal in this article is to formulate strategies for the sustainability of the area's settlements in the coastal area of Rembang District. Benefit strategy formulation is expected to be input for the government to prepare development plans and policies related to the efforts of the city address the problem area slums settlements (slums and squatters). Strategy for sustainability of the settlement area in a coastal site is on Upgrading strategy with community empowering approach. Priority lies in the upgrading of tenure include legitimacy, legalization and formalization of the process of integration to the market and the formal aspects of the de jure. Handling strategy to strengthen the economic activity for people who have a home business providing industry assistance loans for business capital of Rembang District. To support the sustainability of the settlements in the coastal Rembang city, people are encouraged in order to have the ability to utilize the resources optimally and fully involved in the mechanism of production, economic, social and the ecology. Recommendations for Rembang government as a policy can be more selective in terms of building permits the area to support the sustainability of coastal settlements in a safe and reasonable habitation.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects:H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
H Social Sciences > HV Social pathology. Social and public welfare
Divisions:Faculty of Engineering > Department of Urban and Regional Planning
Faculty of Engineering > Department of Urban and Regional Planning
ID Code:746
Deposited On:01 Oct 2009 11:30
Last Modified:01 Oct 2009 11:52

Repository Staff Only: item control page