Implementation of Indonesian urban redevelopment policy: Case study city without slum program in Limba B urban-village, GorontaloAuthor(s):
Ade Ayu AstutiAbstract:
This paper aimed to analyze Indonesia's urban redevelopment policy implemented by the Indonesian Ministry of Public Works and Public Housing since 2016. City without slums is a strategic program of the Indonesian government for realizing livable, productive, and sustainable urban settlements. Gorontalo city was one focus of the national slum upgrading program since 2017, especially Limba B urban-village, South City sub-district, as the largest slum area in Gorontalo City. This study will apply collaborative urban governance in analyzing local government management and public participation in the implementation city without slum program in Limba B urban village, located in Gorontalo city center. This paper uses a mixed-method to deepen understanding of community participation and various stakeholders in handling urban slum issues in this area. After researching with ninety participants and literature review, multi-stakeholder participation in the whole phase of this program is essential in realizing free slum Limba B urban village. Policy implementation of this program combine bottom-up and top-down approaches in land use and deal with program impact.Pages: 23-29 | Views: 224 | Downloads: 23Download Full Article: Click Here
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Ade Ayu Astuti. Implementation of Indonesian urban redevelopment policy: Case study city without slum program in Limba B urban-village, Gorontalo. Int J Political Sci Governance 2022;4(1):23-29.