DISCOVERING SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT CONTROL FOR INDONESIA: A SYSTEMATIC LITERATURE REVIEW

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Abstract

As a developing country, Indonesia is experiencing rapid growth, necessitating the use of development-control instruments to achieve sustainable development. Furthermore, information about land reform implementation in Indonesia can only be found in academic journals written in Indonesian. As a result, determining the appropriate development-control model in Indonesia is critical. The appropriate concepts and development-control tools for Indonesia are discovered by reviewing papers that implement development control globally and the state of development-control implementation locally in Indonesia. However, by presenting the concept of controlling spatial development-beginning with defining development control, then capturing its typologies globally, and finally discussing the implementation condition in Indonesia-the model can also be adopted in countries with a similar planning system. The main gaps and challenges in implementing spatial development-control tools in Indonesia were identified in the final section of this article. In the meantime, a regulatory zoning system would be successful, but a discretionary system that includes economic development opportunities can be considered by strengthening human resources and institutions. The three elements in development control are spatial planning, land development, and regulation. Furthermore, the community’s successful traditional spatial development control can be incorporated into the existing control regulations.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)64-79
Number of pages16
JournalGeography, Environment, Sustainability
Volume15
Issue number4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2022

Keywords

  • Control regulation
  • Literature review
  • Spatial development control
  • Sustainable development

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