Public Lecture of Dr Ir. Abdul Marzuki, Director-General of Spatial Planning The public lecture was held on Wednesday, February 19, 2020, at the Theater Room of the Department of Regional and City Planning, Diponegoro University. The event with the theme “Acceleration and Quality Improvement of Spatial Planning in Indonesia” was presented by the Director-General of Spatial Planning, Ministry of Agrarian and Spatial Planning, namely Dr Ir. Abdul Marzuki. The event was held for ± 2.5 hours. Based on the presentation of Dr Ir. Abdul Marzuki, explained that there is now a web that contains interactive RDTRs/Plan of Detailed Spatial Plan from several cities that can be accessed by the public through the page https://tataruang.atrbpn.go.id/. On that page, we will be able to see the types of building uses that are permitted in an area. To provide data transparency to the community and forms of control over the area so that there will be no change in land use. All will be under the established spatial planning. Spatial control is vital because the conflict between economic, physical and social can cause many problems, such as floods. Spatial planning is the basis for regional development and forms of control over the sustainability of investments to continue coming to Indonesia.
For this reason, Dr Ir. Abdul Marzuki asserted that every person engaged in Urban and Regional Planning needs to be thoughtful in working on every planning product because all of the planning products have significant legal implications. Then proceed with a little introduction about Geoplanner by DJTR/General Directorate of Spatial Planning. Geoplanner itself is a web-based tool that does not require a download process. This tool can speed up the analysis process, especially concerning environmental carrying capacity calculations
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