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Reklamasi Pantai Segera Dilakukan

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Sebenarnya kepentingan  reklamasi ini untuk siapa?

LAHAN

Reklamasi Pantai Segera Dilakukan

(kompas)

Rabu, 7 April 2010 | 04:20 WIB

Jakarta, Kompas – Setelah tertunda selama dua tahun, proses reklamasi pantai utara Jakarta dapat dimulai tahun ini. Namun, pengurukan laut untuk menciptakan tambahan lahan di utara Jakarta masih harus menunggu pengesahan Rencana Tata Ruang Wilayah DKI Jakarta 2010-2030.

Menurut Kepala Dinas Tata Ruang DKI Jakarta Wiriatmoko, reklamasi diarahkan untuk membentuk pulau-pulau terpisah di laut berkedalaman delapan meter di Teluk Jakarta. PT Kapuk Naga Indah (KNI) dan PT Pembangunan Jaya Ancol (PJA) yang akan memulai proses reklamasi tahap awal.

”PT KNI sudah mendapat izin analisis mengenai dampak lingkungan (amdal) untuk membangun satu dari tiga pulau reklamasi. Dengan demikian, proses reklamasi dapat dimulai tahun ini jika mereka sudah siap,” kata Wiriatmoko.

Reklamasi kedua pulau lain milik PT KNI dan tiga pulau milik PT PJA masih menunggu persetujuan atas izin amdalnya. Total lahan reklamasi PT KNI akan mencapai 1.000 hektar dan PT PJA mencapai 700 hektar.

Reklamasi dengan bentuk pulau-pulau harus dilakukan untuk tiga kepentingan. Pertama, menambah lahan untuk pembangunan, bendungan untuk menahan kenaikan permukaan air laut, dan sumber air baku Jakarta Utara. Proses ini butuh 2,5 tahun dan pulau hasil reklamasi harus dilengkapi sistem polder, tanggul, suplai air, dan listrik.

Manajer Teknik PT KNI Fodhly Misbah mengatakan, dari 1.000 hektar lahan reklamasi, 500 hektar lahan akan dialokasikan untuk zona terbangun, 250 hektar untuk infrastruktur, dan 250 hektar untuk hutan bakau.

Zona terbangun diarahkan untuk areal bisnis, perumahan, perkantoran, perdagangan, area pelabuhan, dan lapangan golf. Salah satu infrastruktur yang disiapkan adalah dermaga perahu cepat.

Sementara itu, Gubernur DKI Jakarta Fauzi Bowo mengatakan, pemanfaatan lahan hasil reklamasi harus mengikuti hasil kajian mengenai kapasitas penduduk, jumlah tempat hunian, dan sarana prasarana pendukung. Pulau hasil reklamasi harus dapat menjadi penyelamat daratan induk yang berfungsi sebagai tanggul laut. Permukaan air laut diperkirakan naik sampai 30 sentimeter dalam 20 tahun mendatang akibat pemanasan global.

”Jika tanggul laut tidak segera disiapkan, kawasan utara Jakarta akan mudah tergenang air laut,” kata Fauzi Bowo. (ECA)

Warga Bisa Gugat Pemprov

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Warga Bisa Gugat Pemprov

Senin, 5 April 2010 | 04:05 WIB

Jakarta, Kompas – Desakan untuk melibatkan masyarakat dalam pembuatan Rencana Tata Ruang dan Wilayah DKI Jakarta difasilitasi Koalisi Warga dan Jaringan Masyarakat Sipil, dengan membuka pintu bagi warga yang ingin melakukan gugatan bersama terhadap Pemprov DKI Jakarta, Minggu (4/4).

Gugatan bersama ini sebagai upaya untuk mereformasi pembentukan Rencana Tata Ruang dan Wilayah (RTRW). Selama ini proses pembentukan RTRW lebih banyak melibatkan kalangan elite, seperti birokrat, ahli dari perguruan tinggi, praktisi, dan kalangan legislatif.

Koalisi ini menilai peran serta masyarakat belum banyak dilibatkan. Padahal, perencanaan tata ruang di Provinsi DKI Jakarta bukan semata-mata urusan para ahli, tetapi juga merupakan kebutuhan warga yang tinggal dan bekerja di Jakarta.

”Kami membuka kesempatan bagi warga yang merasa dirugikan karena tidak mendapatkan penjelasan tentang RTRW, untuk melakukan gugatan bersama,” kata Nurkholis Hidayat, salah satu anggota koalisi.

Warga yang hendak bergabung bisa mengunduh formulir pendaftaran gratis di http://www.koalisijakarta2030.wordpress.com. Selain itu, pendaftaran juga bisa dilakukan di kantor lembaga yang tergabung di koalisi ini antara lain kantor LBH Jakarta di Jalan Diponegoro, serta Jurusan Perencanaan Kota dan Real Estat Universitas Tarumanagara. Penggalangan dukungan dilaksanakan sampai dua pekan mendatang. Setelah itu, gugatan akan didaftarkan ke Pengadilan Negeri Jakarta Pusat. (ART)

Coalition invites public to class action against Jakarta administration

Evi Mariani ,  THE JAKARTA POST ,  JAKARTA   |  Mon, 04/05/2010 12:08 PM  |  City

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Jakarta administration is facing a civil lawsuit over its 2030 spatial planning after it dismissed a legal warning from Citizens Coalition for Jakarta 2030 and refused to scrap a much-debated draft plan.

In a press conference on Sunday, members of the coalition said they extended an invitation to the public to join the class action. Any residents who felt the administration should open more public participation in formulating the capital’s future were encouraged to join.

“We have opened several posts as well as uploaded the class action form on our website,” Nurkholis Hidayat, a member from Jakarta Legal Aid Institute said.

Nurkholis said they would leave the invitation open for two weeks before filing the lawsuit with the district court. “We have already secured several people who would be our principal plaintiffs. We need about 10 people as principals,” he went on.

The coalition said the city administration had violated four laws and a ministerial regulation; the 2007 Spatial Planning Law, the 2008 Public Information Freedom Law, the 2005 ratification of international Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights Law, the 2009 Environmental Law and Protection Law and a ministerial regulation on guide to formulating spatial planning.

Governor Fauzi Bowo has insisted that the city had invited public participation adequately by holding focus group discussions, building a website and holding public consultations. However, the coalition said the ministerial regulation required more exhibitions, neighborhood meetings and opening feedback posts, among others.

Coalition members have said the focus group discussions the city had invited only experts, which resembled elitist practices of the oudated New Order. “They built the website in December 2009, which is too late,” Irvan Pulungan from Indonesian Center for Environmental Law said.

Meanwhile, the public consultations were more a series of events where the city administration told the public about the content of the draft but not really listened to what the public had to say, the coalition continued.

Besides the lawsuit, the coalition also called on City Council to remove the deliberation of the spatial planning from its agenda. The spatial planning draft is number 2 in the priority list of bylaws to be passed this year.

“The administration has more than six months before 2011 to gain wider public participation,” Irvan said.

The administration also has to conduct a Strategic Environmental Study before formulating the draft plan as stipulated in the 2009 environmental management law.

Nurkholis said the class action lawsuit could take up to six months but they were ready to work longer to “ensure all citizens participate actively in the city development and planning” in the future.

More information:

koalisijakarta2030.wordpress.com

Visi dan Misi Koalisi Warga untuk Jakarta

Hari Sabtu, 3 April 2010, diputuskan

Visi Koalisi Warga untuk Jakarta 2030 adalah:

Warga terlibat aktif sebagai pemangku-kepentingan utama dalam penyusunan RTRW Jakarta 2010-2030.
Misi Koalisi adalah :
Penguatan dan perwujudan kesadaran semua pihak dan keterlibatan aktif warga sebagai pemangku kepentingan utama dalam penyusunan RTRW DKI Jakarta 2010-2030
Warga: orang per orang dengan hak demokratis dan azazi  yang melekat pada dirinya.
Terlibat aktif: berpartisipasi secara penuh, teratur, dalam setiap tahap, mulai dari mengindentifikasikan masalah, merumuskan pilihan-pilihan, dan membuat keputusan.
Pemangku-kepentingan utama: secara bersama-sama pemilik kota yang paling utama, yang paling berkepentingan dengan masa depan kota, yang berhak memutuskan pilihan-pilihan dasar, serta tidak dapat digantikan oleh “yang ahli” atau elit lainnya.
Untuk mencapai visi itu, perlu:
  • Penguatan dan pemberdayaan warga untuk terlibat secara penuh dalam proses penyusunan perencanaan ruang.
  • Reformasi sistem perencanaan ruang menjadi sepenuhnya partisipatif sebagai satu satunya cara membangun kota bermasa depan lestari.
  • Peningkatan kesadaran semua pihak tentang pentingnya proses partisipasi.

Jakarta’s Urban Warriors

Members of People’s Coalition for Jakarta 2030 conducted a survey during a recent car-free day in the city. (Photo courtesy of Koalisi Warga Untuk Jakarta 2030)

Members of People’s Coalition for Jakarta 2030 conducted a survey during a recent car-free day in the city. (Photo courtesy of Koalisi Warga Untuk Jakarta 2030)

Jakarta’s Urban Warriors on Front Lines of Fight for Reform

(jakarta globe)

In early 2008, Jakarta was experiencing yet another urban crisis: floodwaters had blocked access to Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, the busiest airport in the country. The water eventually subsided, and life in the capital returned to normal, at least until the next disaster.

Greater Jakarta, with 22 million residents and covering 660 square kilometers, seems to lurch from disaster to disaster, a situation some observers blame on officials and their lack of foresight when it comes to urban planning.

Irvan Pulungan, from Koalisi Warga Untuk Jakarta 2030 (People’s Coalition for Jakarta 2030), said the flood that blocked the highway leading to Soekarno-Hatta was caused by a poorly thought-out development project.

“Around 19 hectares of mangrove was destroyed because the city administration decided to widen parts of the highway and improve its quality,” he said.

Irvan said this was just one of many examples of the city administration’s lack of a clear-cut strategy where Jakarta’s urban planning is concerned. Instead of drawing up and implementing a comprehensive plan that could prevent recurring problems, he said, the administration simply fixes problems as they pop up.

Nana Firman, another member of the coalition, describes the state of urban planning in Jakarta in one word — “ berantakan ” — Indonesian for messed up.

Irvan and Nana, along with four other people — two architects, an urban sociologist and a housewife who is also a green activist — established the coalition last December.

Irvan, a researcher at the Indonesian Center for Environmental Law, was born in Jakarta and has lived here for 29 years. He has a law degree from the Dipenogoro University in Semarang, Central Java

Nana is an urban planner by profession, doing projects for nonprofit organizations. She earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Bridgeport in Connecticut and her master’s from the Pratt Institute in New York. She was part of the Green Reconstruction project for post-tsunami recovery in Aceh.

“Jakarta is a city with thousands of problems,” Nana said. “And those problems have to be resolved quickly. If not, we’ll end up living in a really dysfunctional city.”

As one of its first projects, the coalition conducted a survey from January to March involving 2,000 Jakarta residents. The results of the survey were hardly surprising — traffic was cited as having the largest negative impact on people’s lives.

Irvan said Jakarta had to deal with a host of important issues besides flooding, including the impacts of climate change, population density, air and water pollution, and the lack of green space and availability of clean water.

“This city is sick,” he said.

The coalition was established in response to a bylaw on the city’s spatial master plan, RTRW Jakarta 2030, which was announced in December. The draft of the master plan is scheduled for review by the Jakarta City Council in May.

Irvan and the other members of the coalition say the bylaw was drafted without public input. The 2007 Spatial Planning Law required every province to submit a spatial plan proposal to the Public Works Ministry within two years after the passage of the law. Cities and districts were given three years.

As of February, 10 of 33 provinces had their spatial plans approved by the ministry. Jakarta is one of five provinces that has yet to submit a plan.

The 2007 law also stipulates that officials should seek public input on proposed spatial plans. “The [Jakarta] city administration claims it has spread information about the [draft of the] plan since 2005,” Irvan said.

He said this claim was misleading, and that many urban activists were not even aware of the draft until last December. “The city administration only launched a Web site [for the spatial plan] a few weeks after our movement was launched,” Irvan added.

Nana said Jakarta had a good master plan from 1966 to 1977. The main problem, she said, was the city administration’s inability to follow what was actually laid out in the plan.

Both Irvan and Nana said it was important that the public was involved in drawing up the plan. “If you want to know whether the shoe fits, ask the person who is wearing it, not the one making it,” Nana said.

Irvan said other major cities around the world actively involved residents in creating their master plans. “Our city administration should look at how other cities like New York, Sydney and Berlin have done it,” he said.

Aside from increasing public participation, the coalition says other improvements must be made to Jakarta’s spatial master plan.

“There are many current issues that are discussed in the draft, but if you read it closely, you’ll find inconsistencies and parts that are unclear,” Nana said.

Irvan gave an example. One section of the draft says Marunda in North Jakarta is to be transformed into an international seaport and tourism center that will serve as a gateway to Thousand Islands district. “But in another section, the city administration says it will build a trash incinerator in Marunda. How can you have a waste management factory in a tourism area?” he said.

He also faulted the language used in the plan, criticizing it as too technical. Irvan said the draft should use language that everyone could understand. “That’s actually something that’s mandated by the 2007 Spatial Planning Law,” he added.

Irvan said that, for example, Kendari, the capital of Southeast Sulawesi, was faring much better than Jakarta. Kendari has translated its master plan into four different traditional languages. “It’s unacceptable that a city [like Jakarta] with such a big budget can’t do better than this,” he said.

The coalition, with about 30 active members and support from other nonprofit organizations, said it was not lobbying to have Jakarta’s master plan thrown out completely. “All we’re trying to do is to help the city government create a draft that can address future challenges,” Nana said.

“Residents of the city are apathetic about the things around them. We want to change that,” she said, adding that the public had to become directly involved in matters to effect real results.

“We need to ask people what they think,” Irvan added.

In just three months, the coalition has organized 17 public workshops dealing with various issues related to the city’s urban planning. “The city administration should be able to conduct workshops and public hearings too, as it has the money to undertake such an effort,” Irvan said.

Deden Rukmana, an assistant professor of urban studies and planning at Savannah State University in the United States, said cities needed to pay more attention to what people really wanted and needed.

“The planning practice in the 21st century calls for community-based planning,” he said, adding that this was the way to created better public policy.

Deden said he wanted to see Jakarta grow into a city that all its residents could be proud of. “I also hope that Jakarta can give justice to its low-income residents, who are the majority in the city.”

Koalisi Warga has received an enormous response from the public. Nana said that they didn’t expect too much when they decided to establish the coalition. To her surprise, however, people were actually aware that they needed to do something for their city. She says that’s a good sign. “Let’s still have hope for this city. Together we can effect great changes.”
Koalisi Warga members have organized 17 public workshops in Jakarta since December to discuss urban planning in the city. Photos courtesy of Koalisi Warga Untuk Jakarta 2030

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