FULFILLMENT OF THE CONCEPT A LIVABLE CITY IN TERMS OF PHSICAL ASPECTS IN THE CITY OF SOUTH TANGERANG
Main Article Content
South Tangerang Cityranked 5th ofthe Most Livable City Index (MLCI) 2017 in Indonesia based on IA Presearch. However, problems were found in terms of equal distribution of urban facilities and infrastructure. The purpose of this study is to examine the physical aspects of South Tangerang City (the sub-districts of Pamulang, Setu, and Ciputat) to ensure whether or not they evenly meet the requirements of a livable city. This is a comparative analysis study by contrasting the facts of the availability of infrastructure with those of required in the Minimum Service Standards. Availability indicators comprise the provision of livable houses, provision of educational facilities (elementary, junior high, and senior high schools), provision of health facilities (public health and hospitals), provision of green openspace (public and private), road conditions, drainage network, waste management(drinking waterand waste water). The findings show that the priority programs need to be developed to accomplish South Tangerang City as a livable city on anequal basis.The programs among thers are; the provision ofl ivable houses, the provision of public and green open spaces,as well as waste, drinking water, and waste water management
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
Association of Planners (2017). Indonesia Most Livable City Index. Jakarta: IAP.
Sarosa, W., (2020). City For All. Bandung: Mizan Media Utama (MMU).
Joga, Nirwono., (2017). Inheriting a Livable City. Jakarta: Gramedia Pustaka Utama.
Journal & Prosiding
Gonta, W. C., Asturi, W., & Hardiana, A., (2020). Assessment of the Implementation of the Livable Settlement Concept in the Surakarta City Settlement. Rural-City Journal. 2(2), 186-202.
Imanda, R. N., (2015). Criteria for Ideal City Based on Public Perception. IPLBI Scientific Findings. 063-070.
Darise, D. I., Tondobala, L., & Gosal, P. H., (2015). The Study of Manado City as a Livable City Based on the Criteria (IAP) of the Association of Planning Experts.
Nawangwulan, G., & Sutriadi, R. (2015). Study on the Achievement of Liveable City (Liveable City) Balikpapan City. Journal of Urban and Regional Planning B SAPPK. 4(1), 315-325.
Makalalag, A., Gosal, P. H., & Hanny, P., (2019). Kotamobagu City Study Towards a Livable City. Spatial Journal. 6(2), 199-210.
Kristarani, H. Setiawan, B. & Marsoyo, A., (2017). Formulation of Livable City Indicators for Medium Cities in Magelang City. Proceedings of the XII National Seminar of the Yogyakarta National College of Technology. 391-398.
Regulation of the Minister of Public Housing. (2008). Regulation of the Minister of State for Public Housing of the Republic Number 22/PERMEN/M/2008 concerning Service Standards in the Public Housing Sector in Provinces and Districts/Cities. Minister of Public Works of the Republic of Indonesia.
Regulation of the Minister of Public Works. (2014). Regulation of the Minister of Public Works of the Republic of Indonesia Number 1/PRT/M/2014 concerning Minimum Service Standards in the Field of Public Works and Spatial Planning. Minister of Public Works of the Republic of Indonesia.
Regulation of the Minister of Public Works. (2010). Minister of Public Works Regulation Number 14/PRT?M/2010 concerning Minimum Service Standards for Public Works and Spatial Planning. Minister of Public Works of the Republic of Indonesia.
Decree of the Minister of Settlement and Regional Infrastructure. (2001). Decree of the Minister of Settlement and Regional Infrastructure Number 534/KPTS/M/2001 concerning Guidelines for Minimum Service Standards. Minister of Settlement and Regional Infrastructure of the Republic of Indonesia.