Djakapermana, Ruchyat Deni
Program Studi PSL - Sekolah Pascasarjana IPB

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Perhitungan Nilai Ekonomi Total dalam Rangka Pemanfaatan Ruang Wilayah pulau Kalimantan Djakapermana, Ruchyat Deni; Sitorus, Santun R.P.; Marimin, Marimin; Rustiadi, Ernan
Journal of Regional and City Planning Vol 16, No 3 (2005)
Publisher : Center for Research and Community Services ITB

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Total  economic  value  is  considered  as  a  useful  tool  for  analyzing objectively the change of economic level in    certain area as a consequence of  changing  on  the  different  policies  of  regional  development  based  on regional  spatial  plan.  Results  calculation  on  the  application  of  total economic  value  approach  in  Kalimantan  region,  shows  that  the  total economic  values  calculated  based  on  conservation  scenario   (Scenario  A) and  do  nothing  scenario  (Scenario  B) are about 2.065,22 trillion Rupiah, and  1.695,83 trillion  Rupiah,  respectively.  The  Benefit  Cost  Ratio (BCR) for scenario A (9,91) is higher than BCR for scenario B (3,44). This calculation gave an  indication  that  comply  with the previous  premise  that regional  development  in  Kalimantan  region  should  be  based  on  regional spatial  plan  for  Kalimantan  region.  Therefore,  it  is  recommended  that development  control  to  make sure  that  developments  comply  with  the regional spati al plan should be applied wisely and consistently.Keywords: Kalimantan spatial plan, total economic values, benefit-cost ratio
Penentuan Status Keberlanjutan Infrastruktur Perkotaan (Studi Kasus: Kota Bandarlampung) Persada,, Citra; Sitorus, Santun RP; Marimin, Marimin; Djakapermana, Ruchyat Deni
Jurnal Sosial Ekonomi Pekerjaan Umum Vol 6, No 1 (2014)
Publisher : Puslitbang Kebijakan dan Penerapan Teknologi (PKPT), Kementerian PUPR

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The high increase of population in the cities has an implication on the higher needs of city infrastructure, however, in order to create availability of sustainable infrastructure is not easy. The city needs measurement tools to identify its ability in building sustainable infrastructure. The purpose of the writing of this paper is: (1) to formulate the criteria and indicators of city’s sustainable infrastructure development; (2) to assess the level or status of the city’s sustainable infrastructure; and (3) to identify influential factors in the development of city’s sustainable infrastructure. The criteria and indicators of sustainable infrastructure gained from literature studies and expert consultation through Focus Group Discussion (FGD) are 5 criteria and 47 indicators. Indicators for environment criteria cover the efficiency in the usage of resources and the minimization of wastes. Indicators for social criteria emphasize on the easiness in gaining basic services, security, comfort and the community participation. Indicators for economic criteria focus on the increase of society’s welfare and local economy development. Indicators for technology relate with the level of availabilty and infrastructure services. Indicators for good govermance criteria cover leadership, organizational capacity, infrastructure planning an law enforcement. The Multi-Dimensional Scalling (MDS) with Rapid Appraisal of Infrastructure (Rapinfra) analysis show that the sustainability status of Bandarlampung infrastructure is less sustainable with the score of 38,05%. Influential indicators are gained from leverage factor analysis result towards the score of sustainability index for 26 indicators, which consists of : 4 indicators for enviroment criteria, 6 indicator for social criteria, 3 indicators for economy criteria, 8 indicators for technology criteria and 5 indicators for good govermance.
Jurnal Sosial Ekonomi Pekerjaan Umum Vol 9, No 1 (2017)
Publisher : Puslitbang Kebijakan dan Penerapan Teknologi (PKPT), Kementerian PUPR

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Batam is one of cities whose industry has been developing so fast in which its island is located strategically. The development of Batam Island as an industrial area has pushed ahead the development of other sectors. As the industrial sectors have developed in Batam city, the residential areas for the workers have also developed quickly outside the industrial areas, Batam. The mushrooming of houses for workers who want to rent outside the industrial areas has caused a new problem for Batam, in which the quality of environment is getting low; furthermore, this tends cause slum. This is because a lot number of workers there are from other areas outside Batam. Moreover, this is also caused by the increase of employment composition in industrial sector of 53,03%. The aims of this research were to know the condition of the whole aspects - social, economy, and ecology in the future and to observe a sensitive driving system to determine the sustainability management of housing. This research was carried out in an industrial areas in Batam city including Muka Kuning, Tanjung Uncang and Tembesi. This research was performed in five months from May to September 2015. The modeling of development and housing which is sustainable in Batam Industria Areas was done with the approach of dynamic system. The result of simulation showed that the quality of environment in 2010 was 44.85% and will decrease of 34.62% in 2020. This was due to the increase of waste which could not be managed. The level of security and comfort to live in the housing in 2010 was 68.28% and will decrease of 48.43% in 2020. With all of the problems mentioned, the level of housing sustainability in 2010 was 42.33% and will decline of 29.58% in 2030. The process to develop the housing is still needed because there are still many people whose income is still low and they need the housing. The main strategy to develop and use the housing needs cooperation partnership or the relationship among the government, the manager of housing and the residents. Therefore, the development that will be done in the future will be better.  Keywords : housing, environment, dynamic system, simulation