Rural Spatial Planning And Public Participation In Preserving Cultural Heritage Site

Rofi Wahanisa, - (2020) Rural Spatial Planning And Public Participation In Preserving Cultural Heritage Site. The 2nd International Conference of Law, Government and Social Justice (ICOLGAS 2020). pp. 648-655. ISSN 978-94-6239-295-3

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The Law of Spatial Planning stipulates that in order to create safe, comfortable, productive, and sustainable space it is required to carry out spatial planning which is able to harmonize natural and artificial environments, achieve integration between the use of natural and artificial resources, protect space functions, and prevent negative effects on living environment due to space use. Candi village in Bandungan district of Semarang regency, in which Gedong Songo heritage site exists, serves spatial functions as a conservation and preservation area. Law No. 23-28 states that the village has a conservation function as a protected forest area. It gives protection to the surrounding environment including the heritage site of non-building structures despite its status as a landslide-prone area. In Article 36 Paragraph 1 and 3 of Regional Regulation on spatial planning of Semarang regency, Gedong Songo Temple site is categorized into WPP 2, which refers to an area used and developed for tourism. Zoning regulation for cultural heritage sites is highly required, and all parties must comply with the regulation as it is closely related to the conservation and preservation of the heritage site. The regulation stipulates that functional shift and tourism development which violate environmental carrying capacity is prohibited. Spatial planning, especially at regional level, is significant for preserving local heritages, and it cannot be separated from the roles of the regional government as well as the society. The roles of the society include individual and collective roles in being actively involved in developing policy as well as legislation. Public participation becomes a means of carrying out public roles in establishing policy which gives direct impact for the society.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Spatial Planning; Public Participation; Zoning
Subjects: K Law > K Law (General)
K Law > KB Hukum
Fakultas: Fakultas Hukum > Ilmu Hukum, S1
Depositing User: dina nurcahyani perpus
Date Deposited: 28 Apr 2021 02:15
Last Modified: 28 Apr 2021 02:15

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