Presidential Regulation Number 45 In 2011

Original Language Title: Peraturan Presiden Nomor 45 Tahun 2011

Subscribe to a Global-Regulation Premium Membership Today!

Key Benefits:

Subscribe Now

Read the untranslated law here: http://peraturan.go.id/inc/view/11e44c4f18877e20895d313231383532.html

Regulation 45-2011 fnHeader (); The text is not in the original format.
PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA REGULATION back NUMBER 45 in 2011 ABOUT the SPATIAL PLAN of the URBAN AREA of BADUNG, DENPASAR, GIANYAR, TABANAN and with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the PRESIDENT of the Republic of INDONESIA, Considering: that in order to implement the provisions of article 21 and paragraph (1) of Act No. 26 of 2007 about Spatial and article 123 para (4) Government Regulation number 26 in 2008 on National Territory Spatial Plan need to set Rules, President of Urban Spatial Plan Denpasar, Badung and Gianyar, Tabanan,;
Remember: 1. Article 4 paragraph (1) of the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945;
2. Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 125 of 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4437), as amended several times, the last by Act No. 12 of 2008 about the second amendment in the Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 59 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4844);
3. Act No. 26 of 2007 concerning Spatial (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 68 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4725);
4. Government Regulation number 26 in 2008 on National Territory Spatial Plans (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Year 2008 Number 48, additional sheets of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4833);
5. Government Regulation Number 3 of 2010 about organizing the Spatial (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 21 of 2010, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5103);
6. Government Regulation Number 68 in 2010 about the shape and role of the community in the way Spatial (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 118 in 2010, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5160);
Decide: define: PRESIDENTIAL REGULATION on URBAN SPATIAL PLAN DENPASAR, BADUNG and GIANYAR, TABANAN,.
CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS Section I the sense of article 1 in regulation this President is: 1. Space is a container that includes space land, sea, space and air spaces, including spaces in the Earth as a whole region, where humans and other living creatures, doing activities, and maintaining his survival. 2. Spatial structure form is space and space pattern.
3. Spatial is a system of spatial planning process, use of space, and control of utilization of space. 4. Spatial Plan is the result of spatial planning.
5. National strategic areas are those areas prioritized its spatial Setup because it has a very important influence nationally against the sovereignty of the State, defense and homeland security, economic, social, cultural, and/or the environment, including the area that has been designated as a world heritage.
6. Urban areas are those areas that have major activity is not farming with the function of the area as a place of urban settlements, the concentration and distribution of governmental services, social services, and economic activity.
7. the metropolitan area is the urban area comprising an urban district in its own right or the urban core with the surrounding urban area are coupled functionally linked with the area of infrastructure network system which is integrated with the population as a whole at least 1,000,000 (one million) people.
8. The Urban District of Badung, Denpasar, Gianyar, Tabanan and hereinafter called the Urban Sarbagita is a unified urban area that comprises the city of Denpasar and Kuta as the Urban core, urban Urban Urban Area: Denpasar and Badung Regency, Jimbaran at urban areas Urban Sukawati Gianyar, and urban areas of Ubud in Gianyar, Tabanan and urban areas in Tabanan , as urban areas around it, forming the metropolitan area.
9. the urban core Area is the urban areas that are part of metropolitan area with function as main activities centre and driving force of urban district development in the vicinity.
10. the urban areas surrounding the urban area is part of the metropolitan area with the function as a center of activities that become stabilised (counter magnets) the development of the urban core.
11. Protected areas are areas designated with the primary function of protecting the environmental sustainability which includes natural resources and artificial resources.
12. The area of cultivation is a region defined by the primary function for cultivated on the basis of the conditions and the potential for natural resources, human resources, and resources.
13. The area of agricultural food crop cultivation area is agricultural irrigation systems, which provide water continuously all year round, seasonal, or passes by the main plant rice.
14. The area of the settlement is part of the environment outside protected areas, either urban or rural environment that serves as a place of residence or a residential neighborhood and a place for activities that support the perikehidupan and livelihood.
15. The specific tourism attraction Area hereinafter referred to KDTWK is a strategic area of tourism in one or more areas of the administration of villages in which there are potential tourist attraction, a high accessibility, availability of public facilities and tourist facilities are limited and socio-cultural activities of the community who support each other in the realization of the tourism, its development was very limited for more directed to the preservation of culture and the environment.
16. the river basin is the unity of the territory of the management of water resources in one or more watersheds and/or small islands is less than or equal to 2,000 km2 (two thousand square kilometers).
17. Open green space which is hereinafter referred to as TELEGINEN is an elongated area/path and/or clumped, which usage is more open, where growing plants, either grown naturally or deliberately planted.
18. the Holy Area is the area that is considered to have a value of sanctity by Hindus in Bali such as mountain regions, the Lake, the meeting of two streams (campuhan), the beach, the sea and springs of water.
19. The area of the sanctuary is the area around the temple that needs to be guarded her chastity in a radius or a certain boundaries in accordance status.
20. a protected Zone is the zone that is specified based on the dominance of its spatial utilization characteristics function of each zone activities in protected areas.
21. the cultivation Zone is a zone designated the characteristics of its spatial utilization based on dominance function activities each zone on the area of cultivation.
22. The coefficient of the area woke up that next called KWT is number percentage area or block allocation which woke up against the vast region or area of the block allocation is entirely within a region or block allocation planned.
23. Building Base Coefficient which is hereinafter referred to as KDB is a number based on a comparison between the vast percentage of the entire ground floor of the building and the land area/perpetakan/local land planning is controlled according to plan spatial layout plan and buildings and the environment.
24. The coefficient of the floor of the building which is hereinafter referred to as the OUTBREAK is widespread comparisons between percentage figures for the entire floor of the building and the land area perpetakan/regional planning is controlled according to plan spatial layout plan and buildings and the environment.
25. The coefficient of green areas which subsequently called KDH is extensive comparisons between percentage figures throughout the open space outside the building intended for gardening/forestry and land area perpetakan/perencanan controlled areas according to plan spatial layout plan and buildings and the environment.
26. the basement floor Footprint Coefficient hereafter KTB was the setting of a maximum footprint of large basement based on a defined Minimum KDH limits.
27. the Boundary Line building hereafter GSB is a line that should not be exceeded by the floor plan of the building towards the boundary line of the road.
28. the primary arterial road Network is a network of roads linking the Sepik airport in PKN or between the PKN with PKW.
29. a primary 1 collector road network is a network of roads linking the Sepik basis between the PKN with STREET VENDORS, PKW, PKW or between with STREET VENDORS.
30. The network of secondary arterial road is a road network that connects the center of activities in the urban core and the center of activities in the surrounding urban area.
31. The Freeway is the path that is specified in order to smoothen traffic flow by means of controlling the entrance in full and without any intersection piece and come with a fence way.
32. National Activity Centre which is hereinafter referred to as the PKN urban areas to serve international, national scale activities, or some of the provinces.
33. The Centre of the activities of the Area hereinafter referred to as PKW is the urban areas to serve the province or scale of activities some of the kabupaten/kota.
34. Local Activities Center that STREET VENDORS are hereinafter referred to as the urban area which functions to serve the activities of the scale of the district/city or several districts.

35. Tri Hita Karana is a philosophy of life the Balinese which contains three elements that build balance and harmony of human relationship with God (parhyangan), human to human (pawongan), and human beings with their environment (palemahan).
36. Cathus Patha is simpang empat sacral ruas-ruasnya leads to the four winds (North, East, South, and West) and played as a Centre (puser) region, area, and/or the village.
37. Tri Mandala is a pattern of subdivisions, areas, and/or lawns that are divided into three levels, consisting of the main Vice mandala, Mandalas, and these mandala.
38. Hulu-Teben is a pattern of subdivisions, areas, and/or lawns that are divided into two parts, consisting of parts with a higher position (upstream) and part with a lower position (teben).
39. The village community unity is Pakraman customary law in the province of Bali has a unity of tradition and decorum guidelines for community life a Hindu hereditary, in harmony with the three bond or the heaven village that has a specific area and own property, and reserves the right to take care of its own bylaws.
40. Water is a customary law society which has the characteristics of an agricultural socio-religious, which is a gathering of farmers who manage their irrigation water in paddy fields.
41. The public is individual people, groups of people, including indigenous legal community, corporations, and/or other non-governmental stakeholders in implementing spatial.
42. The role of the community is the active participation of society in spatial planning, use of space, and control of utilization of space.
43. The Central Government further called the Government is the President of the Republic of Indonesia that holds the powers of the Government of the Republic of Indonesia as stipulated in the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945.
44. Local Government is the Governor, Governor, or mayor, and other areas as the organizer of local governance. 45. The Governor is the Governor of the province of Bali.
46. The Regent or Mayor is Regent of Badung, Regent of Gianyar, Tabanan, Regent and Mayor of Denpasar.
47. The Minister is the Minister of the organizing Affairs of the Government in the field of spatial.
The second part of the scope of the Setting article 2 scope this regulation of the President of settings includes the following: a. the role and function of spatial plans and coverage of urban areas Sarbagita;
b. objectives, policies, and strategies of Urban spatial Sarbagita;
c. the plan structure of the space, plan the pattern space, space utilization, landing and landing control of Urban Sarbagita space utilization; d. the management of Urban Sarbagita; and e. the role of the community in Urban Areas in spatial Sarbagita.

The third part of the role and function of the Spatial Plan of the Urban Sarbagita article 3 spatial plan of Urban Sarbagita operasionalisasi tool acts as a Spatial Plan of the national territory and the coordination of the implementation of the development in urban areas Sarbagita.

Article 4 of the plan of Urban spatial Sarbagita serves as guidelines for: a. the preparation of development plans at Urban Sarbagita;
b. use of space and controlling the utilization of space in the Urban Sarbagita;
c. the manifestation alignment, linkages, and balance the development of the antarwilayah district/city, as well as the harmony of antarsektor in urban areas Sarbagita;
d. determination of the location and function of the room for investments in urban areas Sarbagita;
e. spatial region of the province and kabupaten/kota in the Urban Sarbagita; f. management of Urban Sarbagita; and g. the embodiment of alignment plan development outside urban areas Sarbagita by Urban Sarbagita.
The fourth part of the coverage of Urban Sarbagita Urban Sarbagita article 5 includes 15 (fifteen) sub-district, consisting of: a. the entire territory of the city of Denpasar that includes four (4) districts, covering the North of Denpasar, Sub Sub District of East Denpasar, Denpasar, South, and West of Denpasar Subdistrict;
b. parts of Badung Regency which covers five districts, including the Abiansemal Sub-district, sub-district of Mengwi, North Kuta, Kuta, Kuta and South;
c. parts of Gianyar Regency that includes four (4) districts, covering Sukawati, Gianyar Subdistrict Blahbatuh, district, Subdistrict and Ubud; and d. parts of Tabanan Regency which covers two districts, covering Kecamatan Kediri subdistrict (Kecamatan) of Tabanan and.
CHAPTER II objectives, policies, and STRATEGIES of SPATIAL URBAN SARBAGITA Part I purpose of Spatial Urban Sarbagita article 6 spatial Urban Sarbagita aims to embody the Urban Sarbagita a safe, comfortable, productive, competitive, and sustainable power, as the Centre of national economic activity-based international tourism activities, which self berjati Balinese culture based on Tri Hita Karana.

The second part of Urban Spatial Policy Sarbagita article 7 Urban spatial Policy Sarbagita include: a. the development of alignment system of the centers of activities that support the functions of the area as a center of national economic activity-based international tourism activities; b. an increase in the quality and range of service system infrastructure;
c. improvement of the function and protection of facilities of defence and State security; and d. socio-cultural and natural conservation in urban areas Sarbagita as an international tourist centre which self berjati of Balinese culture.
The third part of the strategy of Spatial Urban Development Strategy article 8 Sarbagita alignment system of the centers activities which support the function of the Urban Sarbagita as the Centre of national economic activity-based tourism activities the international standard referred to in article 7 letter a consists of: a. set the urban core as a Center for Urban Sarbagita main activity supported urban areas nearby that has the special function of tourism activity centers and other activities are berhierarki and interdependen;
b. increase the linkages between the core urban areas and urban areas in the vicinity through the alignment system of transport and infrastructure systems;
c. increase the interconnectedness of Urban Sarbagita with PKN more on Indonesia and between Governments; and d. develop a cross-institutional areas as container coordination of implementation of Urban Development Sarbagita-based tourism activities.
Article 9 Strategies to improve the quality and range of service system infrastructure as referred to in article 7 letter b consists of: a. improving the quality and coverage of urban public transportation service that is well balanced and integrated to ensure high accessibility between urban core and surrounding urban area;
b. develop a network of highways, traffic management and engineering, as well as the provision of Correctional Services system and public transit integrated mass;
c. develop a ground transportation network system alignment, sea transport, air transport and to ensure accessibility to high inter-and supranational PKN;
d. improving the quality and coverage of the network system of the Ministry of energy to meet the needs of the community;
e. improving the quality and coverage of telecommunications network system services reach the entire activity centers in the Urban Sarbagita;
f. increase the cohesiveness of the efficient use of water resources through the management of interregional cooperation; and g. increase the quality and coverage of the service of drinking water, wastewater, drainage, and persampahan integrated through interregional cooperation and partnerships between the Government and the community.
Article 10 the strategy of increasing the functionality and protection of facilities of defence and State security as referred to in article 7 letter c consists of: a. provide space for defence and security of the State;
b. developing cultivation activities selectively in and around the area of the defence and security of the State; and c. develop a buffer zone that separates between the defence and security of the State and region cultivation woke up around it.
Article 11 of the natural and socio-cultural preservation Strategies in urban areas Sarbagita as an international tourist centre which self berjati Balinese culture as referred to in article 7 letter d consists of: a. develop a concept of compact city (compact city) that meet the zoning regulations of the directives on the urban core and the surrounding urban area, which is served by mass public transport system to prevent the tendency of the unification of the area woke up urban;
b. integrate harmoniously rural area and agriculture-based area of subak by retaining water-based agricultural areas as a buffer zone Urban Sarbagita;
c. develop a TELEGINEN distribution of at least 30% (thirty per cent) for the whole urban areas Sarbagita; d. conserve and improve the function of the park Forest Kingdom Ngurah Rai;
e. preserve, protect, and develop a natural coral reef and reef recently for the development of community-based tourism activities and environmentally;
f. maintain and improve the quality of coastal environments to maintain sustainability and the beauty of the beach;
g. apply principles of local wisdom as a consideration in drafting the regulation of zoning;
h. develop tourism activities are integrated with agriculture-based activities water control;

i. oblige local governments establish and maintain sustainable food agricultural land; and j. requires government agencies and local governments implement the Strategic Environmental Study in the framework of the preparation and evaluation of policies, plans, and/or programs that potentially impacts and/or environmental risks in urban areas Sarbagita in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
CHAPTER III of the PLAN of URBAN SPACE STRUCTURE of SARBAGITA Part One General article 12 (1) of the plan of Urban space structure of Sarbagita defined with the purpose to improve the Centre's activities, improve the quality and coverage of the network infrastructure services, as well as improve the function of urban core and surrounding urban areas.
(2) the plan of Urban space structure of Sarbagita serves as the driving force of economic and social activities of supporting a hierarchical society has functional relations.
(3) the plan of Urban space structure of Sarbagita central system plans covering settlements and infrastructure network system plan.
The second part of the plan of the Central Settlement Systems Chapter 13 plan of Urban settlement Centre system Sarbagita comprising the center of activities in the urban core and the center of activities in the surrounding urban area.

Article 14 (1) the center of activities in the urban core as stipulated in article 13 was designated as main activities centre and driving force of urban district development in the vicinity. (2) the Centre activities in core urban areas include the following: a. the provincial seat of Government;

b. the administrative center of the city and/or sub-district;

c. trade and service centre of the scale of international, national and regional;

d. Health Club scale of international, national, and regional;

e. higher education center;

f. Service Center international and national sea transport;

g. Service Center international and national air transportation;

h. Central farming activities;

i. tourism activity center;

j. Distribution Center tourist attraction;

k. supporting tourism industry activity center;

b. socio-cultural activities and Arts Centre;

d. activities of the Centre of defence and State security;

n. Center of sports activities; and o Services Center fishing.
Article 15 (1) the center of activities in the surrounding urban area as referred to in article 13 is designated as stabilisation (counter magnets) the development of the urban core. (2) the center of activities in the surrounding urban area includes the following: a. in the Urban Area: Denpasar, Badung Regency, consisting of: 1. the Central Government District and/or sub-district;

2. trade and service centre of regional scale;

3. socio-cultural activities and Arts Centre;

4. Service Center passenger public transport system of national and regional;

5. agricultural activity; and 6. Centre of sports activities. b. in the urban area of Jimbaran, Badung Regency, consisting of: 1. the Central Government sub-district;

2. trade and service centre of regional scale;

3. Centre of tourism activities;

4. supporting the tourism industry;

5. Center of higher education;

6. Health Club scale of international, national, and regional; and 7. Centre of sports activities. c. in the urban area of Sukawati, Gianyar Regency, consisting of: 1. the Central Government sub-district;

2. the agricultural activities of the Centre;

3. trade and service centre of the national scale;

4. supporting the tourism industry; and 5. Centre for socio-cultural activities and the arts. d. in the urban area of Gianyar, Gianyar Regency, consisting of: 1. the Central Government District and/or sub-district;

2. trade and service centre of regional scale;

3. Centre of tourism activities;

4. supporting the tourism industry;

5. regional health centre;

6. socio-cultural activities and Arts Centre;

7. agricultural activity; and 8. Centre of sports activities. e. in the Urban Area of Ubud, Gianyar Regency, consisting of: 1. the Central Government sub-district;

2. the center of tourism activities;

3. supporting the tourism industry;

4. socio-cultural activities and Arts Centre; and 5. Center for agricultural activities. f. in the Urban District of Tabanan, Tabanan Regency, consisting of: 1. the Central Government District and/or sub-district;

2. trade and service centre of regional scale;

3. Distribution Center tourist attraction;

4. socio-cultural activities and Arts Centre;

5. regional health centre; and 6. Center for agricultural activities.
The third part of the plan of Infrastructure network system article 16 a plan network system infrastructure of urban areas include the Sarbagita network system: transport, energy, telecommunications, water resources, and urban infrastructure.

Article 17 (1) transportation network System as referred to in article 16 set out in order to improve the quality of service and range of movement of people and goods/services as well as enable them as drivers of economic growth. (2) transportation network System consists of: a. land transport network system;

b. the network system of maritime transport; and c. the air transportation system.
(3) ground transportation network System in the Urban Sarbagita consists of: a. a road network system; and b. the network system of railroads. (4) the road network System in the Urban Sarbagita consists of: a. the road network; and b. the traffic and road transport.
(5) the system of the network of railways in urban areas Sarbagita consists of: a. Network Rail;

b. the train station; and c. the operating railway facilities.
(6) marine transportation network System in the Urban Sarbagita consists of: a. order kepelabuhanan; and b. the Groove cruise.
(7) air transportation System in the Urban Sarbagita consists of: a. order kebandarudaraan; and b. air space for flights.
Article 18 the road network in Urban area of Sarbagita referred to in article 17 paragraph (4) letter a consists of: a. primary arterial road network;

b. the primary collector road network 1;

c. secondary arterial road network; and d. the freeway network.

Article 19 the primary arterial road Network as referred to in article 18 and the letter a include: a. the way Mengwitani-Denpasar-Tabanan-Popularity-Simpang Sidan;
b. road Simpang Pesanggaran-Tugu Bali-Ngurah Rai International Airport; and c. the road access to the Terminal of Mengwi.

Article 20 the primary collector road network 1 as stipulated in article 6 letter b include: a. jalan Simpang Tugu Bali-Nusa Dua;

b. road Simpang Kuta-Banjar Taman;

c. the road Mengwitani-Abiansemal;

d. road Mahendradatta-Simpang Sunset of Kuta;

e. road Simpang Sidan-more;

f. road sign-on Gatot Subroto Street West-Canggu;

g. Teges Sakah-road-Ubud-Kedewatan adjacent-Tegaltamu; and h. the way Game-Mas.

Article 21 secondary arterial road Network as referred to in article 18 and the letter c are defined in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.

Section 22 Freeway Networks as referred to in article 18 and the letter d include: a. the way Kuta – Tanah Lot – Soka;

b. the street port Melbourne-Beringkit-Rocks-full moon;

c. the way Jazz-Kusamba-Padangbai;

d. the road Attack-Benoa-Bali's Ngurah Rai Airport-Nusa Dua-Tanjung Benoa;

e. the road Attack-Tohpati;

f. Street of Kuta-Bali's Ngurah Rai International Airport; and g. the road of Kuta-Denpasar-Popularity.

Article 23 (1) of the traffic and road transport as referred to in article 5 paragraph (4) the letter b is assigned in order to manifest the Ministry of traffic and road transport to a safe, happy, orderly, smoothly, and integrated with other transport modes to drive the national economy and the welfare of society. (2) traffic and road transport include the following: a. lanes, paths, or paths of special mass transit;

b. terminal;

c. Special parking Central; and d. supporting traffic facilities and road transport.
Article 24 (1) Lanes, paths, or paths of special mass transit as referred to in article 11 paragraph (2) letter a is assigned in order to develop the potential and its role to realize security, safety, public order, and smooth traffic and supports the needs of mass transit.
(2) Lanes, paths, or paths of special mass transit are set in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
Article 25 (1) Terminal as stipulated in article 11 paragraph (2) letter b is assigned in order to support the smooth transfer of people and/or goods and alignment intramoda and antarmoda. (2) the Terminal includes a passenger terminal and terminal stuff.

(3) Passenger Terminal consists of: a. type A Passenger Terminal which functions serve the public transportation for Intercity transportation antarprovinsi and/or cross border transit, InterCity transit in the province, city and rural transit transport include Terminal of Mengwi in Mengwi, Badung Regency;
b. Type B Passenger Terminal which functions serve the public transportation for intercity transport in the province, the city's transportation and/or rural transportation include: 1. Drive from Ubung Terminal in Denpasar North, Kreneng Terminal in Denpasar, and Terminal East Tegal district West of Denpasar, Denpasar city;
2. Terminal Dalung in district North of Kuta and Nusa Dua in the Subdistrict of South Kuta, Badung Regency;
3. Terminal Batubulan in Sukawati Gianyar and Terminal in Gianyar, Gianyar Regency; and 4. Terminal Setup in district of Tabanan, Tanah Lot and the Terminal in district of Kediri, Tabanan Regency. (4) goods Terminal consists of: a. Goods drive from Ubung Terminal Kaja in district North of Denpasar, Denpasar city;

b. Mengwitani Goods Terminal in Mengwi, Badung Regency; and c. Terminal Ubud subdistrict of Mas in Goods and Goods Terminals Sakah in Sukawati, Gianyar Regency.
Article 26

(1) a special parking Central as stipulated in article 23 of the letter c is a centralized parking facilities for visitors to the area of tourism vehicles as a mode of transport to place of turn of the mode of transport special tourism. (2) a special parking Central consists of: a. the central parking in the area of tourism, Sanur, Denpasar city;

b. central parking in the area of Tourism Kuta, Badung Regency;

c. central parking in the area of Tourism Nusa Dua, Badung Regency;

d. central parking in the area of Ubud, Gianyar Tourism; and e. the central parking in KDTWK Tanah Lot Tabanan Regency.
Article 27 supporting traffic Facilities and road transport as referred to in article 11 paragraph (2) letter d is regulated in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.

Article 28 railways Network System as referred to in article 17 paragraph (5) is set in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.

Article 29 (1) kepelabuhanan Order as stipulated in article 5 clause (6) letter a function as the venue over the unloading of passengers, place over the unloading of the goods, the Transport Ministry to support tourism activities, the Ministry of transport to support the activities of marine and fisheries, and to support the naval base (LANAL) along with the penyangganya zone. (2) Order kepelabuhanan includes the following: a. the main International port of Benoa Harbor in district South of Denpasar, Denpasar city; and b. a special port that is set in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
Article 30 (1) Groove cruise as stipulated in article 5 clause (6) letter b is assigned in order to realize the waters are safe and welcome to navigate. (2) the Groove cruise is the Groove cruise at sea consists of: a. the Groove cruise national i.e. plot that connects the port of Benoa Harbour with International other national; and b. the flow of international shipping that is plot that connects the port of Benoa International to the Groove of the Sea Islands of Indonesia (ALKI) in the Lombok Strait.
(3) the Groove cruise exploited together for the interests of the defence and security of the country.
(4) further Provisions on the Groove cruise arranged in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
Article 31 (1) kebandarudaraan Order as stipulated in article 17 paragraph (7) letter a is assigned in order to carry out the function to support the smooth running of airport, security, traffic flow and order the aircraft, passengers, cargo and/or mail, aviation safety, where the transfer of intra and/or antarmoda and pushing the national economy and the region. (2) kebandarudaraan Order consists of: a. a common airport i.e. Ngurah Rai International Airport in Kuta, Badung Regency, as gatherers with primary services scale to service an aircraft with flights within the country and abroad, as well as serves as air force bases (3RD); and b. specific airports are regulated in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
Article 32 (1) air space for flights referred to in article 17 paragraph (7) letter b used for flight operations in order to ensure the safety of the flight. (2) air space for flights consists of: a. the air space above the airport directly for the airport;
b. air space around the airport used for flight operations; and c. the air space that is designated as the flight path.
(3) air space for flights utilized together and/or for the benefit of the defense and security of the country.
(4) air space for flights is governed in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
Article 33 (1) of the energy chain Systems referred to in article 16 set out in order to meet the energy needs in sufficient amount and provide access to many different types of energy for society to the needs of the present and the future.
(2) the system of energy networks is part of the energy chain systems of the province include: a. network of oil and gas pipelines;

b. power plants; and c. electric power transmission network.
(3) oil pipelines and natural gas referred to in paragraph (2) letter a include: a. a petroleum pipeline from the port of Benoa towards International oil fuel Depot in the Babad, district South of Denpasar; and b. the Earth's gas pipeline network in urban areas Sarbagita designated in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
(4) power plants as referred to in paragraph (2) letter b include: a. the Diesel power stations (DIESEL POWER), the Gas power plant (PLTG), and Gas and power plant Steam (PLTGU) South of Denpasar in Pesanggaran, Denpasar city; and b. power plant biomass in Landfill Babad in district South of Denpasar, Denpasar, which is part of the hydroelectric system of the provision of the province.
(5) electric power transmission network as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c includes: a. Air Channel high voltage (SUTT); and b. the distribution Mains Substation (GI).
(6) SUTT as mentioned on paragraph (5) a connecting every GI in Urban Sarbagita. (7) the spread of GI as referred to in subsection (5) the letter b include: a. Padangsambian GI, GI Pemecutan Kelod, Sanur, and GI GI Pesanggaran in Denpasar; b. GI Board, GI GI Benoa and Kuta in Badung Regency; and c. Serongga GI and GI Payangan Gianyar.
Article 34 (1) Telecommunication Network System as referred to in article 16 set out in order to increase the accessibility of telecommunication services against the community. (2) Telecommunication Network System consists of: a. the network teresterial; and b. the satellite network.
(3) network teresterial established in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
(4) satellite network that includes satellite and transponden were organized through the Ministry of Earth station established in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
(5) in addition to terrestrial and satellite networks as referred to in paragraph (2) of the telecommunications network system includes a network of cell towers in the form of moving Benuts telecommunication set out in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
(6) Telecommunication Network System is served by a central Automated Phone (STO) include: a. drive from Ubung STO, STO Kaliasem, STO, STO Sanur Tohpati, Benoa, and STO STO Monang-maning in Denpasar;
b. STO STO Kuta, Seminyak, Jimbaran, STO STO STO: Denpasar, and Nusa Dua in the Badung Regency; c. Sukawati Gianyar STO, STO, STO and Ubud in Gianyar Regency; and d. STO Tabanan in Tabanan Regency.
Article 35 (1) a network of water resources System referred to in article 16 set out in the framework of management of the water resources of the conservation of water resources, efficient use of water resources, and water damaged power control.
(2) network of water resources System consists of water resource and water resource infrastructure.
(3) water source consists of surface water in streams, reservoirs, and other surface water sources and groundwater on the groundwater Basin (CAT). (4) water source as referred to in paragraph (3) composed of: a. ilayah River (WS) Bali Penida (03.01) as strategic national river basin management refers to the pattern of River Basin Management Bali-Penida consists of: 1. the River at Sub-WS 03.01.01 Tukad Ayung River by main, Tukad Badung and Tukad Died, in the city of Denpasar, Badung Regency, and Regency Gianyar;
2. the River at Sub-WS 03.01.02 with major rivers Yeh Penet, Yeh Yeh Empas, and Abe, in territories of the Badung Regency and Tabanan;
3. the River at Sub-WS 03.01.18 with major rivers Tukad Melangit, Tukad Sangsang Tukad Pekerisan, and in the Gianyar region;
4. the River at Sub-WS 03.01.19 with major rivers and Petanu Tukad Tukad Oos in the Badung and Gianyar Regency; and 5. Tukad Unda River which is the source of raw water for Urban Sarbagita;
b. the Estuary on the border area of Reservoirs in district South of Denpasar, Denpasar, and Kuta, Badung Regency; and c. PAINT include: 1. PAINT Denpasar-Tabanan covers the entire area in urban areas Sarbagita not including the districts of South Kuta, Badung Regency; and 2. CAT Nusa Dua in the Subdistrict of South Kuta, Badung Regency.
(5) the infrastructure of water resources as referred to in paragraph (2) consists of a system of irrigation networks, flood control systems, security systems and the beach.
(6) a system of irrigation networks as referred to in paragraph (5) includes the primary irrigation networks, irrigation networks, irrigation networks and secondary tertiary Irrigation Area serving Mambal in Badung Regency and Irrigation Area of Kedewatan adjacent in Gianyar Regency, as well as other irrigation areas as complementary.
(7) the primary irrigation Networks, irrigation networks, and the network's secondary tertiary irrigation established in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
(8) the flood control System can be implemented through control of overflow water of the river include: a. Tukad Ayung;

b. the Tukad Badung;

c. Tukad dead;

d. Yeh Penet;

e. Yeh Empas;

f. Yeh Abe;

g. Tukad Melangit;

h. Tukad Sangsang;

i. Tukad Pakerisan;

j. Tukad Petanu; and k. Tukad Oos.
(9) a system of coastal security as referred to in paragraph (5) was implemented in order to reduce the rate of sedimentation and reduces abrasion of the beach through reduction of energy waves on the beach and/or reinforcement of Cliff beach.
(10) the system safeguarding the coast as intended in paragraph (9) was performed on the entire coast in abrasion-prone urban areas Sarbagita.
Article 36

(1) urban infrastructure network System as referred to in article 16 set out in order to improve the quality and range of services internally developed urban integrated and adapted to the needs to support economic growth in urban areas Sarbagita. (2) the system of urban infrastructure network consist of: a. the provision of drinking water Systems (SPAM);

b. drainage network system;

c. waste water network system; and d. persampahan management system.
Article 37 (1) SPAM as referred to in article 36 paragraph (2) letter a is assigned in order to ensure the quantity, quality, and continuity of the provision of drinking water for communities and economic activities, as well as increase the efficiency and scope of service. (2) SPAM consists of a network of piping rather than piping network.
(3) the piping network SPAM include raw water unit, production units, distribution units, service unit, and unit management with production capacity according to the needs and development of the Urban Area Sarbagita.
(4) SPAM instead of piping network include shallow wells, deep well hand pumps, rainwater storage tubs, air terminal, water tanks, installation of bottled water, a spring protection or building which is set in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
(5) in the urban areas Sarbagita combined with network system of water resources to ensure the availability of the raw water. (6) the SPAM network piping consists of: a. the Western System served by the Penet production units;
b. Central System served by the production Unit Production Unit Waribang I, Waribang II, Waribang III, the production Unit production Unit Production Unit I, Ayung Ayung II, production units and the estuary of Nusa Dua (estuary dam); and c. the Eastern System is served by the production Unit Production Unit and Petanu Unda.
(7) the provision of the raw water for drinking water needs can be attempted through the raw water treatment engineering.
(8) the management of SPAM as referred to in paragraph (2) was carried out in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
Article 38 (1) drainage network System as referred to in article 36 paragraph (2) letter b, namely primary drainage channel system established in order to reduce standing water and supports flood control, especially in the area of settlements, trade area, Office area, and the area of tourism.
(2) the primary drainage channel System developed through the main sewer system include the following: a. the Tukad Ayung System;

b. Badung Tukad System;

c. System Tukad dead;

d. system of Niti Mandala-Babad;

e. Pemogan System;

f. Yeh Penet System;

g. Yeh Empas System;

h. Yeh Abe System;

i. Tukad Melangit System;

j. Tukad Sangsang System;

k. Tukad Pakerisan System;

b. Petanu Tukad System;

m. Tukad Oos System;

n. system of South Kuta 1; and o. South Kuta System 2.
(3) drainage network System implemented with integrated flood control system.
(4) the drainage network System can also be implemented through the creation and development of a rainwater retention pond.
Article 39 (1) waste water network System as referred to in article 36 paragraph (2) Letter c is specified in order of reduction, reuse, and utilization of waste water treatment in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
(2) waste water network System includes a waste water disposal system and centralized wastewater disposal system.
(3) the local waste water disposal Systems is done individually through the processing and disposal of waste water and developed in regions that do not yet have a centralized waste water disposal systems.
(4) a waste water disposal system of centralized done collectively via a network of waste water collection, treatment and disposal of waste water centralized, especially in areas of dense settlement.
(5) a waste water disposal System includes the installation of a centralized wastewater treatment (IPAL) along with the waste water network.
(6) a centralized wastewater disposal Systems be carried out having regard to the technical aspects, the environment, and socio-cultural communities, and equipped with a buffer zone. (7) a centralized wastewater disposal Systems include: a. centralized wastewater disposal systems Urban Denpasar and Kuta, which is served by IPAL Babad, South Denpasar, in Denpasar;
b. waste water disposal system of centralized Urban Area: Denpasar, Badung IPAL served by, the district North of Kuta, Badung Regency;
c. waste water disposal system of centralized urban areas of Jimbaran, served by IPAL Jimbaran, in district of South Kuta, Badung Regency;
d. waste water disposal system of the centralized area of Nusa Dua, which is served by IPAL in Benoa, South Kuta, Badung Regency;
e. waste water disposal system of centralized urban areas served by Gianyar, Gianyar Subdistrict, in the IPAL Gianyar, Gianyar Regency;
f. waste water disposal system of centralized Urban Sukawati, served by IPAL Sukawati, in Sukawati, Gianyar Regency;
g. waste water disposal system of centralized Urban Area of Ubud, which is served by IPAL Ubud, in Ubud, Gianyar Regency; and h. waste water disposal system of centralized urban areas of Tabanan, served by IPAL Tabanan, Tabanan district, Kabupaten Tabanan.
(8) a centralized waste water disposal System is carried out in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
Article 40 (1) persampahan management system as stipulated in article 36 paragraph (2) letter d assigned in order to reduce, reuse, and recycle waste to enhance public health and the quality of the environment as well as made the waste as a resource.
(2) persampahan management system consists of a temporary shelter (TPS) junk, Garbage Processing Place Integrated (TPST), and the place of final processing (TPA) garbage.
(3) the location of POLLING STATIONS in urban areas waste Sarbagita environmental units planned for the settlements and centres of activity set out in the plan of spatial districts/cities.
(4) the location of the landfill and TPST regional urban areas Sarbagita are in the Babad, district South of Denpasar, Denpasar.
(5) the management of persampahan in urban areas Sarbagita are set in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
Article 41 the plan structure of Urban Sarbagita space depicted in a map with a scale of 1:50,000 as listed in Annex I which is part an integral part of this Regulation of the President.

CHAPTER IV of the PLAN of URBAN SPACE PATTERN SARBAGITA Part One General Article 42 (1) of the plan of Urban Sarbagita space patterns are set with the aim of optimizing the use of space in accordance with the allocation as protected areas and areas of cultivation based on power support and the capacity of the environment.
(2) Urban space pattern Plan Sarbagita comprising plan designation of protected areas and areas of cultivation.
The second part of article 43 protected areas protected areas are grouped into a protected Zone consisting of: a. protected Zone 1 (zone L1) which is an area that provides protection against the area of protected forest area in the form of his subordinates, the bergambut, and the resapan water; b. protected Zone 2 (zone L2) the local protection; and c. a protected Zone 3 (Zones L3) which is an area of natural preservation area, the refuge of nature, and the heritage area.
Article 44 the L1 Zone is an area that provides protection against the area of his subordinates as stipulated in article 43 the letter a is not found in urban areas Sarbagita.

Article 45 (1) L2 Zone the local protection as stipulated in article 43 the letter b are set with the aim of protecting the coast, rivers, ravines, reservoirs, sacred, sacred places, and the area TELEGINEN of cultivation events that can disrupt the sustainability function. (2) the local protection area L2 Zone consists of: a. a zone L2 which is the border of the beach;

b. Zone L2 which is a boundary river;

c. Zone L2 which is the border of the abyss;

d. Zone L2 which is the area surrounding the reservoir;

e. Zone L2 which is a sacred area;

f. Zone L2 which is a holy place; and g. Zone L2 which is a TELEGINEN of the city.
Article 46 (1) Zone L2 which is the border of the beach as stipulated in article 45 paragraph (2) letter a include: a. the land along the banks of the sea at a distance of at least 100 (one hundred) meters from the highest point of the tides towards the ground; or b. the Mainland along the sea beaches and the physical form of steep or rugged with a distance proportional to the form and physical condition of the beach.
(2) Zone L2 which is the border of the beach set in Gianyar Subdistrict, subdistrict of Blahbatuh, and Sukawati Gianyar Subdistrict, Denpasar, East and South of Denpasar on Sub City Denpasar, South Kuta Subdistrict, Subdistrict of Kuta, Kuta to the North, and the Sub-District of Mengwi in Badung Regency, as well as the Sub-district, Tabanan, Kediri and Subdistrict in Tabanan Regency.
Article 47 (1) Zone L2 which is a boundary river as stipulated in article 45 paragraph (2) letter b include: a. the land along the banks of the river bertanggul with a width of at least 5 (five) meters from the foot of the embankment next to the outside;
b. the land along the banks of the great river not neighborhood outside bertanggul with a width of at least 100 (one hundred) metres from the banks of the river; and c. the land along the banks of the Creek is not bertanggul outside the settlement area with a width of at least 50 (fifty) meters from the banks of the river.
(2) Zone L2 which is a boundary river are set on these types of streams: a. River-a river that empties into reservoirs and affecting the provision of raw water sources that exist in cistern; and b. rivers that empties into the ocean.

(3) the zone of L2 which is a border river in urban areas Sarbagita designated in the Tukad Ayung, Tukad Badung, Tukad die, Penet, Yeh Yeh Yeh, Empas Abe, Tukad Melangit, Tukad Sangsang, Tukad Pakerisan, Tukad Petanu, Tukad and Oos.
Article 48 (1) L2 Zone which is the border of the abyss as stipulated in article 45 paragraph (2) Letter c covers: a. land on the banks of the Gorge that has a slope of the slopes at least 45% (forty five percent), a depth of at least 5 (five) meters, and flat area the top of at least 11 (eleven) metres; and b. the land with a width of at least twice the depth of the abyss and not less than 11 (eleven) meter calculated from the edge towards the flat areas.
(2) Zone L2 which is the border of the abyss set in South Kuta, Badung Regency.
Article 49 (1) L2 Zone which is the area surrounding the reservoir as stipulated in article 45 paragraph (2) letter d include: a. the Mainland at a distance of 50 (fifty) meters up to 100 (one hundred) meters from the highest point of the tidal water reservoirs; or b. the land along the banks of the reservoir the width proportional to the form and physical condition of reservoirs.
(2) Zone L2 which is the area surrounding reservoirs in urban areas Sarbagita set in Muara Reservoirs in district South of Denpasar, Denpasar.
Article 50 Zone L2 which is a sacred area referred to in Article 45 paragraph (2) letter e in Sarbagita assigned to urban areas, the beaches of campuhan, the sea and springs of water.

Article 51 (1) Zone L2 which is a sacred place of the area referred to in Article 45 paragraph (2) letter f includes areas with physical boundaries that form the boundaries of natural or artificial boundaries and adapted to the geographical condition of each area of the sanctuary.
(2) Zone L2 which is a sacred place in the area of Urban Sarbagita set around holy places which belong to the Pura Kahyangan Tiga, Sad Kahyangan Temple, and Pura Kahyangan Dhang.
Article 52 (1) Zone L2 which is a TELEGINEN of the city as stipulated in article 45 paragraph (2) Letter g include land with an area of at least 2500 (two thousand five hundred) meters square, shaped like a smorgasbord, the shape of the line, or a combination of the shape of a stretch and line, and a plant community dominated.
(2) Zone L2 which is a TELEGINEN of cities in urban areas Sarbagita designated spread and balanced with attention to the function of ecological, socio-cultural, aesthetic, and economic TELEGINEN with the provisions of the public at least 20% (twenty per cent) and the private TELEGINEN least 10% (ten percent) of the Urban area Sarbagita.
Article 53 (1) L3 Zone the area's preservation, nature sanctuary of nature, and the heritage area as referred to in article 43 of the letter c was established with the purpose of: a. protecting the diversity of biota, ecosystem types, symptoms and the uniqueness of nature for the benefit of germplasm; and b. protecting the cultural wealth of the nation and the importance of knowledge as a result of human cultures that value that is used for the development of science.
(2) Zone L3 which is the area of natural preservation area, the refuge of nature, and the heritage area consists of: a. a L3 Zone is an area of natural sanctuary;

b. L3 Zone which is a natural preservation area;
c. L3 Zone which is a conservation area in the coastal regions and small islands; and d. the L3 Zone is an area of cultural heritage and knowledge.
Article 54 L3 Zone which is a natural refuge area referred to in Article 53 paragraph (2) letter a is not found in urban areas Sarbagita.

Article 55 (1) Zone L3 which is natural preservation area as referred to in article 53 paragraph (2) letter b with the purpose of research, science, education, support the cultivation, tourism, and recreation include: a. the area with particular characteristics, both on land and in the waters; and b. the functions of principal protection buffer system of life, preserving the diversity of plants and animals, as well as the sustainable utilization of natural resources, the ecosystem and biodiversity.
(2) Zone L3 which is the area of the preservation of the nature referred to in subsection (1) consists of: a. Forest Park covers the area of the preservation of nature for the purpose of the collection of plants and/or animals that are natural or not natural, original type and/or not original type, which is not invasive and utilized for the benefit of research, science, education, support the cultivation, culture, tourism, and recreation.
b. children's natural attractions include a nature preservation area is utilized primarily for the benefit of tourism, nature and recreation.
(3) the zone of the L3 which is the area of the preservation of nature in urban areas Sarbagita set in: a. Forest Park with an area of 1375 Ngurah Rai (thousand three hundred seventy-five) hectares, which is in some districts South of Denpasar, Denpasar, and parts of the subdistrict of Kuta and South Kuta, Badung Regency; and b. the Grounds Tour Sangeh Nature with an area of 13 (thirteen) hectares, and is located in Abiansemal Subdistrict, Badung Regency.
(4) the zone of the L3 which is a conservation area in the coastal regions and small islands as referred to in article 53 paragraph (2) Letter c covers: a. the area that has specific characteristics that are protected in order to realize the management of the coastal areas and small islands on an ongoing basis; and b. consists of a core zone, a zone of limited utilization, and/or other zones in accordance with the provisions of the area.
(5) conservation area in coastal regions and small islands as referred to in paragraph (4) composed of: a. small island conservation area covering the island Attack, the district South of Denpasar, Denpasar and Pudut Island in South Kuta, Badung Regency;
b. aquatic conservation area in the waters of Sanur, Denpasar, in Denpasar city, the waters of the area of the attack in the South of Denpasar, Jimbaran, Benoa Bay area waters partially in district South of Denpasar, Denpasar city and partly in South Kuta, Badung Regency, Nusa Dua Area waters in South Kuta, Badung Regency, and the waters of the area of Kuta in Kuta, Badung Regency;
c. conservation area and coastal ecosystem protection in the form of a wooded coastal mangrove forest area in the Park area of the forest Kingdom Ngurah Rai Denpasar district portion of the South, the city of Denpasar and partly in South Kuta, Badung Regency;
d. conservation area and coastal ecosystem protection in the form of region protection of coral reefs, in the coastal area of Sanur in Denpasar, Denpasar, Denpasar in the Attack South of Denpasar, Nusa Dua Subdistrict in South Kuta, Badung Regency of Tuban and Kuta, Kuta, Badung Regency;
e. maritime conservation area in the form of a fishing settlement in the area of the attack in the South of Denpasar, Denpasar city;
f. area of Jimbaran and in Kuta Southern Kedonganan, Badung Regency; and g. conservation areas on the coastal area utilized for socio-cultural and religious activities in the entire beach venue for religious ceremonies (place) and the surrounding sea area.
(6) the L3 Zone is an area of cultural heritage and knowledge as referred to in article 53 paragraph (2) letter d assigned for the purpose of protecting the interests of the nation, culture and science, among others, in the form of historical relics, archaeology, buildings and monuments.
(7) the L3 Zone is an area of cultural heritage and knowledge basis spread in urban areas Sarbagita in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
The third part of the area of Cultivation Article 56 cultivation Areas are grouped into zones of cultivation, consisting of a cultivation zone 1 (zone B1), cultivation zone 2 (B2 Zone), cultivation zone 3 (zone B3), cultivation zone 4 (zone B4), cultivation zone 5 (Zona B5), cultivation zone 6 (zone B6), and the cultivation of 7 zones (zone B7).

Article 57 (1) Zone B1 as stipulated in article 56 is a zone with characteristics as the area has a high quality environmental support resources and the quality of service of infrastructure and means, as well as building a limited vertical and horizontal with high intensity. (2) Zone B1 consist of: a. a high density residential designation area;

b. Provincial Government designation area;

c. the area designation of the City Government and/or sub-district;
d. trade and service provision area scale of international, national, and regional; e. provision of health region scale of international, national, and regional;

f. provision of higher education area;

g. area allocation national and international marine transportation;

h. area designation international and national air transportation;

i. area of agricultural designation;

j. designation area Tourism;

k. the area designation of the dispersion tourist attraction;

b. supporting tourism industry designation area;

d. socio-cultural and the Arts District designation;

n. allotment area defense and State security;

o. provision of the area sport activities; and p. area fisheries services allocation.
(3) the zone B1 are in most Kecamatan North of Denpasar, most Subdistrict of East Denpasar, some South of Denpasar, and Sub the whole Subdistrict of West in the city of Denpasar, Denpasar and Kuta portion in Badung Regency.
Article 58 (1) Zone B2 as stipulated in article 56 is a zone with characteristics as the area that has the quality of resources support neighborhood are, the quality of service of infrastructure and means of medium and high, as well as building a limited vertical and horizontal medium and high intensity. (2) B2 Zone consists of: a. a high density residential designation area;

b. medium density residential designation area;


c. provision of Government scale area district and/or sub-district;

d. the allocation area trade and services national and regional scale;

e. provision of health region scale of international, national, and regional;

f. provision of higher education area;

g. provision of agricultural area;

h. designation area tourism activities;

i. area of industrial allocation supporting tourism;

j. distribution allocation area tourist attraction;

k. the area of socio-cultural activities and the arts appropriation; and b. the area of the allocation of sports activities.
(3) the zone B2 is in most Kecamatan North of Denpasar, most Subdistrict of East Denpasar, Denpasar Sub-district and parts of the South in the city of Denpasar, some North of Kuta, and parts of South Kuta Subdistrict in Badung Regency Gianyar Subdistrict, part of the Gianyar Subdistrict, and parts of Tabanan in Tabanan Regency.
Article 59 (1) Zone B3 as stipulated in article 56 is a zone with characteristics as the area that has the quality of resources support neighborhood are, the quality of service of infrastructure and means of medium and high, building a limited vertical and horizontal with medium intensity, as well as areas around the coast and the Highlands that has high tourist attraction. (2) Zone B3 consists of: a. the designation of medium density residential area;

b. provision of tourism area; and c. the provision of industrial area supporting tourism.
(3) the zone B3 Tourism is at the Sanur Beach, the District of East Denpasar, in Denpasar city, the area's tourism Nusa Dua Beach, in the Tourist Area of South Kuta, Tuban, Kuta South District, and Tourist Area of Kuta Beach, Kuta Subdistrict in Badung Regency, Traditional Community Tourism Area of Ubud, Ubud district Tourism Area, and more, in the subdistrict of Blahbatuh Gianyar , and KDTWK, the District of Tanah Lot Tabanan Regency Kediri.
Article 60 (1) B4 Zone as referred to in article 56 is a settlement in the rural zones with the characteristics as the area has a low quality power environmental support as well as the quality of service of infrastructure and means of being. (2) Zone B4 consists of: a. the designation of medium density residential area;

b. low density residential designation area;

c. provision of tourism area;

d. socio-cultural and the Arts District designation;

e. the area designation of the farm food crops and horticulture; and f. industry supporter allotment area Tourism.
(3) the zone B4 is in most Kecamatan Abiansemal, part of the Mengwi subdistrict, and parts of South Kuta Subdistrict in Badung Regency Gianyar Subdistrict, some, some Ubud Subdistrict, part of the Sukawati, and parts Sub-regency Blahbatuh Gianyar Subdistrict, part of Tabanan, Kediri Subdistrict and partly in Tabanan Regency.
Article 61 (1) Zona B5 as stipulated in article 56 is an agricultural zone food crops irrigated with technical characteristics as the area has a low quality power support environment. (2) Zone B5 consists of: a. the designation of agricultural area;

b. provision of tourism area; and c. the provision of socio-cultural and Arts District.
(3) the zone of B5 is in most Kecamatan North of Denpasar, Denpasar, East and South of Denpasar on Sub City Denpasar, Abiansemal Subdistrict, some portion of Mengwi subdistrict, North Kuta and partly in Badung Regency Gianyar Subdistrict, some, some Ubud Subdistrict, part of the Sukawati, most Subdistrict Blahbatuh Gianyar, Tabanan and parts Sub-regency portion of the subdistrict in Kediri Regency of Tabanan.
Article 62 (1) Zone B6 as stipulated in article 56 is the coastal zone with characteristics as the area has a low quality power environmental support and have the quality of infrastructures and means of fisheries, marine tourism, and supporting recreational beaches. (2) Zone B6 consists of: a. the provision of recreational Beach area; and b. the provision of fisheries areas.
(3) Zones are in some B6 sub district of East Denpasar and parts Sub-regency South Denpasar, Denpasar, some Subdistricts of Mengwi, most North Kuta, Kuta, and some portion of South Kuta Subdistrict in Badung Regency Gianyar Subdistrict, most, most, most Subdistrict Sukawati Blahbatuh Gianyar Subdistrict, and parts of Tabanan, Kediri Subdistrict and partly in Tabanan Regency.
Article 63 (1) Zone B7 as stipulated in article 56 is the zone of the sea waters with characteristics as a potential area for marine and fisheries activities as well as tourism activities.
(2) Zone B7 consists of the area of cultivation with the designation of marine and fisheries, marine transportation, and tourism. (3) the zone B7 is across the sea waters in urban areas Sarbagita.

Article 64 the plan of Urban Sarbagita space pattern depicted in the Map plan of Urban space pattern Sarbagita with a scale of 1:50,000 as listed in annex II which are part an integral part of this Regulation of the President.

The fourth part disaster mitigation in protected areas and areas of Cultivation of article 65 (1) disaster mitigation designated in protected areas and areas of cultivation which is a region prone to natural disasters and disaster-prone areas of geology, with a goal to provide the most protection over the possibility of disaster against the environmental function and other activities.
(2) the zone of L2, L3 Zones, Zones B1, B2, B3 Zone Zone, and the zone of B6 in the area surrounding the beach are vulnerable to high tide with a speed between 10 (ten) up to 100 (one hundred) kilometres per hour which is caused by strong winds or the gravity of the Moon or the Sun, is an area prone to natural disasters tide.
(3) the zone B1 in the region identified often and/or potentially high experienced natural disasters floods, natural disaster-prone areas flooded.
(4) the zone of L2, L3 Zones, Zones B1, B2, Zone, zone B3, B4, B5 Zone Zone, zone and zone B7 B6, which are on the area that potentially and/or have experienced earthquakes with up to XII VII scale Modified Mercally Intensity (MMI), is an area prone to natural disasters of earthquake geology.
(5) the zone of L2, L3 Zones, Zones B1, B2, Zone, zone B3, B4, B5 Zone Zone, zone and zone B7 B6, which is at a low elevation region and/or potentially and/or have experienced tsunamis, is an area prone to natural disasters tsunami geology.
(6) the zone of L2, L3 Zones, Zones B1, B2, Zone and zone B3 on the coast potentially and/or have experienced abrasion, natural disaster-prone areas of geology abrasion.
Chapter V LANDING SPACE UTILIZATION of URBAN SARBAGITA Part One General Article 66 (1) direction of the utilization of Urban space Sarbagita is the reference in realizing the structure of space and space pattern in accordance with the plan of Urban spatial Sarbagita. (2) the direction of utilization space consists of: a. an indication of the main program;

b. indication of the source of funding;

c. indicative implementing agencies; and d. an indication of implementation time. (3) major programs referred to in paragraph (2) letter a include: a. the main program realization of the structure of the space; and b. the program the main embodiment of pattern space.
(4) funding sources as referred to in paragraph (2) letter b comes from the budget of the State Expenditures and Revenues (NATIONAL BUDGET), the budget of income and Expenditure area (BUDGETS), and/or other legitimate sources in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
(5) the Implementing Agencies as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c is composed of the Government, the Government of the province, kabupaten/kota Government, and/or community.
(6) implementation time as referred to in paragraph (2) letter d consists of four (4) stages, as the basis for implementing activities, both the Center as well as the region, in setting the priorities of the development on Urban Sarbagita, which include: a. the first stage in the period of 2011-2014;

b. second phase in the period 2015-2019;

c. third stage in the period 2020-2024; and d. the fourth stage in the period 2025-2027.
(7) the details of the main programme indication, an indication of the source of funding, an indication of the implementing agencies, and implementation time indications listed in Annex III which is an integral part of this Regulation of the President.
The second part of the main Programme Indication the embodiment of Urban Space structure of Sarbagita Article 67 (1) an indication of the main program the embodiment of Urban space structure of Sarbagita in the first stage and the second stage is prioritized on: a. the development and improvement of urban Core Areas function as the administrative center of the province, the City Government and/or sub district, the center of trade and services scale of international, national, regional and international-scale Health Center , national, and regional higher education center, Service Center international and national sea transport, air transport international service centres and the national centre of agricultural activities, tourism activities centre, the Centre of activities distribution of tourist attraction, activities of Center supporters industrial tourism, socio-cultural activities and the Arts Centre, the Centre of the activities of the defence and security of the country, the center of sporting activities, and fisheries services centre;
b. the development and improvement of the surrounding urban areas function as administrative center of the County and/or sub district, the center of trade and services of the national and regional scales, health club scale of international, national, and regional higher education center, the Center for agriculture, tourism activities centre, supporting industrial center of tourism, socio-cultural and Arts Centre, and the Centre of sports activities;

c. development and improvement of the quality of transport network system includes a network of roads, traffic and transport networks roads, railways, train station, train operations facility, order kepelabuhanan, Groove cruise, order kebandarudaraan, and air space for flights;
d. development and improvement of the energy chain systems that include oil pipelines, gas pipelines, DIESEL POWER, PLTG, PLTGU, biomass power plant, SUTT, GI, and distribution of electric power transmission network;
e. the development and enhancement of terrestrial telecommunication network systems and satellite telecommunications network;
f. network system development and improvement of water resources that includes rivers, reservoirs, groundwater, irrigation network systems, flood control systems, security systems and the beach; and g. the development and improvement of urban infrastructure network system which includes a network of piping drinking water piping network, instead of drinking water, waste water disposal systems, centralized wastewater disposal system, TPS garbage, landfill, and TPST.
(2) an indication of the main program the embodiment of Urban space structure of Sarbagita, in the third and fourth stages of the prioritized on: a. the development, enhancement, and the establishment of Core urban areas function as the administrative center of the province, the City Government and/or sub district, the center of trade and services scale of international, national, regional and international scales, health center, national, and regional center of higher education, the international marine transportation service centres and the national Services Centre, international and national air transport, agricultural activities, tourism activities centre, the Centre of activities distribution of tourist attraction, activities of Center supporters industrial tourism, socio-cultural activities and the Arts Centre, the Centre of the activities of the defence and security of the country, the center of sporting activities, and fisheries services centre;
b. the development, enhancement, and the establishment of the surrounding urban areas function as the administrative center of the County and/or sub district, the center of trade and services of the national and regional scales, health club scale of international, national, and regional higher education center, the Center for agriculture, tourism activities centre, supporting industrial center of tourism, socio-cultural and Arts Centre, and the Centre of sports activities;
c. the development, enhancement, and the establishment of quality system in transportation network covering the road network, traffic and transport networks roads, railways, train station, train operations facility, order kepelabuhanan, Groove cruise, order kebandarudaraan, and air space for flights;
d. development, improvement, and the establishment of a network of energy systems that include oil pipelines, gas pipelines, DIESEL POWER, PLTG, PLTGU, biomass power plant, SUTT, GI, and distribution of electric power transmission network;
e. the development, enhancement, and the establishment of telecommunication network systems of terrestrial and satellite telecommunication network;
f. the development, enhancement, and the establishment of a network of water resources system which includes rivers, reservoirs, groundwater, irrigation network systems, flood control systems, security systems and the beach; and g. the development, enhancement, and the establishment of network system of urban infrastructure that includes a network of piping drinking water piping network, instead of drinking water, waste water disposal systems, centralized wastewater disposal system, TPS garbage, landfill, and TPST.
The third part of the main Programme Indication the embodiment of Urban Space pattern of Sarbagita of article 68 (1) an indication of the main program the embodiment of Urban space pattern Sarbagita in the first stage and the second stage is prioritized on: a. the rehabilitation and revitalization of protected functions on protected areas, including the border of the beach, the border river, the border of the abyss, the area surrounding the reservoir, the sacred, the sacred place, TELEGINEN city, the preservation of nature, conservation areas in coastal regions and small islands , and the heritage area and science; b. maintenance and rehabilitation functions of the area designation of Government;
c. maintenance and rehabilitation functions of the area of the provision of trade and services; d. maintenance and rehabilitation functions of the area health provision;

e. maintenance and rehabilitation functions of area allocation of higher education;
f. maintenance, rehabilitation, enhancement, and protection functions of the area designation of the farm; g. maintenance and rehabilitation functions of the area designation of tourism;

h. maintenance and rehabilitation function area distribution of tourist attraction;
i. maintenance and rehabilitation function area of industrial allocation supporting tourism;
j. maintenance and rehabilitation function of socio-cultural and the Arts District designation;
k. maintenance and rehabilitation functions of the area of marine and fisheries allocation; and b. the maintenance and enhancement of the site and the evacuation for the area prone to disasters.
(2) an indication of the main program the embodiment of Urban space pattern of Sarbagita, at the third stage prioritized on: a. rehabilitation, revitalization, and the increase in protected functions on protected areas, including the border of the beach, the border river, the border of the abyss, the area surrounding the reservoir, the sacred, the sacred place, TELEGINEN city, the preservation of nature, conservation areas in coastal regions and small islands, and the area of cultural heritage and science; b. maintenance and rehabilitation functions of the area designation of Government;
c. maintenance and rehabilitation functions of the area of the provision of trade and services; d. maintenance and rehabilitation functions of the area health provision;

e. maintenance and rehabilitation functions of area allocation of higher education;
f. maintenance, rehabilitation, enhancement, and protection functions of the area designation of the farm; g. maintenance and rehabilitation functions of the area designation of tourism;

h. maintenance and rehabilitation function area distribution of tourist attraction;
i. maintenance and rehabilitation function area of industrial allocation supporting tourism;
j. maintenance and rehabilitation function of socio-cultural and the Arts District designation;
k. maintenance and rehabilitation functions of the area of marine and fisheries allocation; and b. the maintenance and enhancement of the site and the evacuation for the area prone to disasters.
(3) an indication of the main program the embodiment of Urban space pattern Sarbagita, on stage four prioritized on: a. rehabilitation, revitalization, development, and enhancement of the functions of the protected areas on protected areas, including the border of the beach, the border river, the border of the abyss, the area surrounding the reservoir, the sacred, the sacred place, TELEGINEN city, the preservation of nature, conservation areas in coastal regions and small islands, and the area of cultural heritage and science; b. maintenance and rehabilitation functions of the area designation of Government;
c. maintenance and rehabilitation functions of the area of the provision of trade and services; d. maintenance and rehabilitation functions of the area health provision;

e. maintenance and rehabilitation functions of area allocation of higher education;
f. maintenance, rehabilitation, enhancement, and protection functions of the area designation of the farm; g. maintenance and rehabilitation functions of the area designation of tourism;

h. maintenance and rehabilitation function area distribution of tourist attraction;
i. maintenance and rehabilitation function area of industrial allocation supporting tourism;
j. maintenance and rehabilitation function of socio-cultural and the Arts District designation;
k. maintenance and rehabilitation functions of the area of marine and fisheries allocation; and b. the maintenance and enhancement of the site and the evacuation for the area prone to disasters.
CHAPTER VI DIRECTIVES CONTROL the UTILIZATION of URBAN SPACE SARBAGITA Part One General Article 69 (1) Directives control the utilization of Urban Sarbagita space is used as a reference in the implementation of the control of utilization of Urban Sarbagita space.
(2) Directives control the utilization of Urban Sarbagita space consists of: a. the direction zoning regulations;

b. licensing directives;

c. referral incentives and disincentives; and d. a referral of sanctions.
The second part of the regulation of zoning Directives article 70 (1) direction of Urban zoning regulation Sarbagita as stipulated in article 69 paragraph (2) letter a is used as a guideline for the Government district/municipality in drawing up the General provisions regulation of zoning and zoning regulations. (2) the direction of Urban zoning regulations Sarbagita consists of: a. the direction General provisions appropriate Urban character Sarbagita;

b. referral regulations zoning for the structure of space; and c. the direction zoning regulations to the pattern space.
(3) the landing Charge regulation of zoning for the structure of space and space patterns include: a. the types of activities that are allowed, permitted with conditions, and activities that are not permitted; b. intensity of utilization of space;

c. minimum means and infrastructures; and/or d. other provisions required.
Article 71 Referrals General provisions appropriate character of Urban Sarbagita as referred to in article 70 paragraph (2) letter a is the provision for maintaining and preserving Balinese culture is self berjati area includes the following: a. the application of the concept of Cathus Patha, Hulu-Teben, and Tri Mandala as the basis for the determination of the structure of the main hall and the direction of orientation space;
b. protection of the regions that have been designated as sacred and holy places;
c. the application of the concept of coral or open spaces in the form of bengang agricultural land that is managed as a water-based buffer zone;
d. integration and harmonization of the utilization of the urban main streets for the procession of religious rituals and culture;
e. application of the provisions of the highest building height of 15 (fifteen) metres above the ground; and

f. application of the landscape and the building form considering the value of traditional Balinese architecture.
Article 72 of the regulation Direction zoning for the structure of space as referred to in article 70 paragraph (2) letter b consists of: a. the direction zoning regulations for the system of the Centre's activities;

b. the referral system for zoning regulations transportation networks;

c. zoning regulations directives for energy network system;

d. the referral system for zoning regulations of the telecommunications network;

e. referral of zoning regulations for the network system of water resources; and f. the direction zoning regulations for the network system of urban infrastructure.

Article 73 of the regulation of zoning Directives to central system activities as referred to in article 72 letter a consists of: a. the direction zoning regulations for the area's urban core; and b. the direction zoning regulations for the area surrounding urban Section 74 Referral of zoning regulations for the area's urban core as stipulated in article 73 letter a consists of: a. the activities permitted include the provision of appropriate provincial activities, the Government of the city and/or districts, trade and services international, national, regional and international scales, health, national and regional, higher education, the Ministry of national and international marine transportation , the Ministry of international and national air transportation, agriculture, tourism, distribution of tourist attraction, supporting socio-cultural tourism, industry and the arts, the country's defense and security, sports, and services of fisheries;
b. activities are allowed on condition that includes activities other than as intended the letter a that satisfies technical requirements and does not interfere with the function of the urban core;
c. activities that are not allowed include the activities of mining, industrial activities that cause pollution, and other activities that are incompatible with the provisions of the urban core;
d. utilization of space for building medium to high intensity as well as the highest building height of 15 (fifteen) metres above the ground;
e. development of urban core areas as directed has supported environmental resource quality is high and the quality of service of infrastructure and means high; and f. the provision of TELEGINEN at least 30% (thirty percent) of the core urban area.
Article 75 of the regulation of zoning Directives for the surrounding urban areas as stipulated in article 73 letter b consists of: a. the activities permitted include the activities of government allocation of appropriate County and/or district, trade and services, national and regional scales, health scales of international, national, and regional, higher education, agriculture, tourism, industry supporters of tourism, arts and culture, and sports;
b. activities are allowed on condition that includes activities other than as intended the letter a that satisfies technical requirements and does not interfere with the functioning of urban areas in the vicinity;
c. activities that are not allowed include the activities of mining, industrial activities that cause pollution, and other activities that are incompatible with the provisions of the urban area surrounding it;
d. utilization of space for building medium to high intensity as well as the highest building height of 15 (fifteen) metres above the ground;
e. urban development surrounding the region as directed has supported environmental resources are quality and the quality of service of infrastructure and means are, as well as the Ministry of infrastructures and means high; and f. the provision of TELEGINEN at least 30% (thirty percent) of the surrounding urban area.
Article 76 (1) zoning regulations Directives for the transport network system as referred to in article 72 letter b consists of: a. the direction zoning regulations system road network consisting of a landing area for zoning regulations along the sides of the primary arterial road, collector of primary 1, secondary arterial, and highways;
b. the referral system of zoning regulations and road freight traffic comprising landing area to appropriation of zoning regulations passenger terminal type A, type B, passenger terminals and terminal stuff as well as the directives for central parking zoning regulations special;
c. referral network system of zoning regulation of railways regulatory directives for the zoning designation and zoning regulations for the area's direction along the side of the railway line;
d. referral network system of zoning regulations sea transport which consists of referrals to area zoning regulations designation of public ports and landing regulations zoning for the Groove cruise; and e. referral of zoning regulations for the air transportation system that includes the landing area to appropriation of zoning regulation of airport zoning regulations and general direction for air space.
(2) zoning regulations for the area's direction along the side of the road as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a consists of: a. activities are allowed to follow the provisions of the road belongs to space, space benefits and the supervision of the road way in accordance with the provisions of the legislation;
b. activities are allowed on condition that includes the construction of utilities including the completeness of the street (street furniture), tree planting, and construction of roads and other supporting facilities not to disturb the smooth traffic and safety of road users;
c. activities that are not allowed include space utilization right of way, the benefits of the road, and the supervision of the road which led to the disruption of smooth traffic and safety of road users;
d. use of space surveillance of the road with the lowest KDH 30% (thirty per cent); and e. use of space the side of the freeway to open space should be free for the driver's point of view and have the security function of the road.
(3) Referral to zoning regulations region designation type A passenger terminal and passenger terminal type B as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b consists of: a. the activities permitted include the following operational activities, operational support, and development of passenger terminal and passenger terminal type A type B;
b. activities are allowed on condition that includes activities other than as stated on the letter a that does not interfere with the safety and security of traffic and road transport as well as passenger terminal functions of type A and type B passenger terminal;
c. activities that are not allowed include activities that disturb the security and traffic safety and road transport as well as passenger terminal functions of type A and type B passenger terminal; and d. the passenger terminal of type A and type B passenger terminal is equipped with a TELEGINEN arranged diserasikan with total area of the terminal.
(4) the direction of regulation of zoning for the area of the terminal allocation of goods as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b consists of: a. the activities permitted include the following operational activities, operational support, and development of the terminal region of the goods;
b. activities are allowed on condition that includes activities other than as stated on the letter a that does not interfere with the safety and security of traffic and road transport as well as freight terminal function;
c. activities that are not allowed include activities that disturb the security and traffic safety and road transport as well as freight terminal function; and d. the goods terminal is equipped with a TELEGINEN arranged diserasikan with total area of the terminal.
(5) Directives for the zoning regulations of the central special parking provisions as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b consists of: a. the activities permitted include the following operational activities, operational support, and development of special parking Central;
b. activities are allowed on condition that includes activities other than as stated on the letter a that does not interfere with the safety and security of traffic and road transport as well as special parking central function;
c. activities that are not allowed include activities that disturb the security and traffic safety and road transport as well as special parking central function; and d. the area surrounding the central special parking is equipped with TELEGINEN who arranged the central parking area with diserasikan.
(6) Directives for the zoning designation regulations railway station referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c consists of: a. the activities permitted include the operational activities of the train station, operational support activities of the train station, and the development of railway stations, among other activities up and down the passenger and loading and unloading activities of goods;
b. activities are allowed on condition that includes activities other than as stated on the letter a that does not interfere with the safety and security of railway operations, and functions of the train station;
c. activities that are not allowed include activities that disturb the security and safety of train operations and functions of the train station; and d. the area around the train station is equipped with a TELEGINEN arranged diserasikan with total area of the train station.
(7) the direction of regulation of zoning for the area along the sides of the railway line as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c consists of: a. activities are allowed to follow the provisions of space benefits the railway line, the railway-owned space, and space surveillance of railway lines in accordance with the provisions of the legislation;
b. activities are allowed on condition that include activities in addition to the activities referred to in letter a that does not interfere with the construction of the road and rail facilities and train operation safety of train users;

c. activities that are not allowed include the utilization of spaces belonging to the railway line, the railway line benefits space, and space surveillance trains that resulted in disruption of the smooth operation of the safety rail and train users;
d. utilization of surveillance space railways with KDH most low 30% (thirty per cent); and e. use of space side of the railway line to open spaces must meet the safety and security aspects for the user.
(8) Directives for the zoning regulations designation of public ports as referred to in paragraph (1) letter d consists of: a. the activities permitted include the following public port operations, operational support activities of the public ports, and development activities public port designation area as well as the activities of the defence and security of the country in limited;
b. activities are allowed on condition that includes activities other than as stated on the letter a in the area of the working environment of the harbour area and the Environmental interests of port and marine transportation services with permission in accordance with the provisions of the legislation; and c. activities that are not allowed include activities that disturb the activities in the area of the working environment of the Harbour, Environmental Interest Areas of the Harbour, and sea transportation as well as other activities that disrupt the function of the public port designation area.
(9) the direction of regulation of zoning for the Groove cruise as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
(10) Directives for the zoning regulations is a provision of General airport referred to in paragraph (1) letter e consists of: a. the activities permitted include kebandarudaraan operations, activities supporting services the supporting services, kebandarudaraan the safety of flight operations, and activities of the defence and security of the country in limited;
b. activities are allowed on condition that encompasses the utilization of land and/or waters and air space around public airport as well as other activities do not interfere with the safety of flight operations and functions of a public airport; and c. activities that are not allowed include activities that endanger the security and safety of operational flights, making the hitch (obstacle), and/or other activities that interfere with the function of a public airport.
(11) the direction of regulation of zoning for air space for flights referred to in subsection (1) the letter e in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
Article 77 (1) zoning regulations Directives for energy network system as referred to in article 72 of the letter c consists of: a. the direction zoning regulations for oil and gas pipelines;

b. Regulation of zoning directives for power plants; and c. referrals to zoning regulations of electric power transmission network.
(2) zoning regulations Directives for pipeline oil and gas referred to in subsection (1) letter a consists of: a. the activities permitted include the following operational activities and activities supporting the oil and gas pipelines;
b. activities are allowed on condition that includes activities other than as stated on the letter a that is safe for the installation of the pipeline oil and gas and not interfere with the function of the network of oil and gas pipelines; and c. activities that are not allowed include activities that jeopardize the installation of pipeline oil and gas, and interfere with the functioning of pipe network of oil and gas.
(3) Referral to the zoning regulations of the power plants as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b adapted to the character of each power plants which include DIESEL POWER, PLTG, and PLTGU in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
(4) the direction of regulation of zoning for the electric power transmission network as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c consists of: a. the activities permitted include infrastructure development activities and infrastructure development activities supporting electric power transmission network;
b. activities are allowed on condition that includes greening activities, a funeral, a farm, perparkiran, as well as other activities are temporary and do not interfere with the functions of the electric power transmission network; and c. activities that are not allowed include activities other than as stated on the letter a and letter b that poses a fire hazard and interfere with the function of the power transmission network.
Article 78 the direction zoning regulations for telecommunication network system as referred to in article 72 letter d consists of: a. the activities permitted include the following operational activities and activities supporting telecommunication network system;
b. activities are allowed on condition that includes activities other than as stated on the letter a that is safe for telecommunication network system and does not interfere with the functioning of the system of telecommunications networks; and c. activities that are not allowed include activities that jeopardize the system's telecommunications network, and interfere with the functioning of the system of telecommunications networks.
Article 79 of the regulation of zoning Directives for water resources network system as referred to in article 72 of the letter e consists of: a. the activities permitted include the traffic infrastructure development activities, the activities of water pembangunanan water disposal and retrieval tools, and security activities of the river and the border of the beach;
b. activities are allowed on condition that includes activities other than as stated on the letter a that does not interfere with the function of conservation water resources, utilization of water resources, power and control of the damaged water network system and functions of water resources; and c. activities that are not allowed include activities that interfere with the function of streams, reservoirs, and paint as a source of water and irrigation networks, flood control systems, security systems and the beach as the water resources infrastructure.
Article 80 (1) zoning regulations Directives for the urban infrastructure network system as referred to in article 72 letter f consists of: a. the direction zoning regulations for SPAM;

b. the referral system for zoning regulations drainage network;

c. zoning regulations directives for waste water network system; and d. a referral system for the management of zoning regulations persampahan.
(2) zoning regulations Directives for SPAM as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a consists of: a. the activities permitted include infrastructure development activities SPAM and SPAM supporting infrastructure development activities;
b. activities are allowed on condition that includes activities other than as stated on the letter a that does not interfere with the SPAM; and c. activities that are not allowed include activities that interfere with the function of providing sustainability of drinking water, resulting in water pollution from raw sewage water and garbage, and result in damage to the infrastructure and means of provision of drinking water.
(3) Referral to zoning regulations drainage network system as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b consists of: a. the activities permitted include the activities of the network system of drainage infrastructure development in order to reduce standing water and supports flood control and infrastructure development penunjangnya;
b. activities are allowed on condition that includes activities other than as stated on the letter a that does not interfere with the function of the drainage network system;
c. activities that are not allowed include garbage disposal activities, waste disposal, and other activities that disrupt the function of the drainage network system; and d. the maintenance and development of a network of drainage is carried out in accordance with the maintenance and development of spaces belonging to the street.
(4) the direction of regulation of zoning for the waste water network system as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c consists of: a. the activities permitted include the construction of infrastructures and means of waste water in order to reduce, reuse, and utilizing waste water processing as well as the construction of infrastructure penunjangnya;
b. activities are allowed on condition that includes activities other than as stated on the letter a that does not interfere with the function of the waste water network system; and c. activities that are not allowed include garbage disposal, the disposal of Dangerous and toxic waste, disposal of toxic and hazardous materials, and other activities that disrupt the function of the waste water network system.
(5) Directives for the zoning regulations system management persampahan as referred to in paragraph (1) the letter d in the form of zoning regulations for the area of landing the designation landfill consists of: a. the activities permitted include the activities of the operation of the landfill in the form of segregation, collection, processing, final processing waste, clean-lined pengurugan maintenance of LANDFILL trash, garbage processing and related industries and activities supporting operational LANDFILL;
b. activities are allowed on condition that the non farming activities include food, greening activities, activities of the settlements in a safe distance from the impact of the management of persampahan, and other activities that do not interfere with the functioning of the area of the landfill; and c. activities that are not allowed include socio-economic activities that interfere with the functioning of the area of the landfill.
Article 81 (1) zoning regulations for the Landing pattern space as referred to in article 70 paragraph (2) Letter c consists of: a. the direction zoning regulations for protected areas; and b. the direction zoning regulations for the area of cultivation.
(2) zoning regulations Directives for the protected area as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a consists of: a. the direction zoning regulations for Zone L2; and b. the direction zoning regulations for the zone of L3.
(3) Referral to zoning regulations region of cultivation as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b consists of: a. the direction zoning regulations for Zone B1;

b. referrals for zoning regulation Zone B2;


c. zoning regulations for the landing Zone B3;

d. referral to the zoning regulations of the zone B4;

e. referral of zoning regulations for Zone B5;

f. referral of zoning regulations for B6; and g. the direction zoning regulations for Zone B7.
Article 82 of the regulation of zoning for Landing Zone L2 as referred to in article 81 paragraph (2) letter a consists of: a. the direction zoning regulations for the border of the beach;

b. Regulation of zoning directives to the border of the river;

c. zoning rules for the direction of the border of the abyss;

d. referral regulations zoning for the area around reservoirs;

e. referral of zoning regulations for the area was sacred;

f. referral regulations zoning for the area of holy places; and g. the direction zoning regulations for TELEGINEN city.

Article 83 of the regulation of zoning Directives to the border of the beach as mentioned in the letter a consists of: a. the activities permitted include the provision of appropriate religious activities among others, recreational place for the beaches, coastal security, the activities, the activities of fishing ports, landing point cable and/or the pipeline under the sea, the activities of the quality control of coastal waters, environmental conservation, the development of the structure of natural and artificial structures on the border coastal abrasion deterrent , safeguarding the border of the beach as a public space, activities, weather and climate observations, the interests of the defence and security of the country, and the determination of the location and the evacuation of disaster, as well as the establishment of buildings for the purposes of monitoring of the threat of tsunami and earthquakes;
b. activities are allowed on condition that includes activities other than as stated on the letter a that does not interfere with the functions of the border of the beach as a local protection; and c. activities that are not allowed include activities that interfere with the functioning of the border of the beach as a local protection and blocking and/or closing spaces and the evacuation of disaster.
Article 84 of the regulation of zoning Directives for boundary river as referred to in article 82 the letter b consists of: a. the activities permitted include the allocation activity appropriate utilization of border river to TELEGINEN, installation of a stretch of electric power transmission network, phone cable, pipes of drinking water, the construction of infrastructure of water and building traffic uptake and elimination of water, building a support system of urban infrastructure, the provision of activities and disaster evacuation lines , and the establishment of buildings for the purposes of monitoring of the threat of tsunami and earthquakes;
b. activities allowed by the terms include the cultivation of agricultural activities with the types of plants that do not reduce the strength of the soil structure and activities other than as stated on the letter a that does not interfere with the functions of the border rivers region as local protection activities, among others, the installation of a billboard and a bulletin board, the establishment of the buildings are limited to supporting the building of water recreational activities, the inspection and the building supervisor of the height of the water of the river; and c. activities that are not allowed include the establishment of activities in addition to building the building is on the letter a and letter b, garbage disposal, and other activities that disrupt the function of the border rivers region as local protection among other activities that alter the landscape of activities that interfere with fertility and soil hydrological functions, durability and hidraulis, preservation of flora and fauna, preservation of environmental functions, as well as the utilization of the results of the stands and blocking and/or closing spaces and the evacuation of disaster.
Article 85 Referrals to the zoning regulations of the border of the abyss as stipulated in article 82 of the letter c consists of: a. the activities permitted include the provision of appropriate activities exploiting the border of the abyss to TELEGINEN, safeguarding the border of the abyss, as well as the development of the structure of the natural and the artificial structure of landslide preventive;
b. activities are allowed on condition that includes activities other than as stated on the letter a that does not interfere with the functions of the border of the abyss as local protection area; and c. activities that are not allowed include activities that reduce the strength of the structure of the soil and interfere with the functioning of the border of the abyss as local protection area.
Article 86 the direction zoning regulations for the area surrounding the reservoir as referred to in article 82 the letter d consists of: a. the activities permitted include the provision of appropriate bodies of water management activities and/or the utilization of water, recreational park along with penunjangnya activities, religious activities, TELEGINEN, and socio-cultural activities;
b. activities are allowed on condition that includes activities other than as stated on the letter a that does not interfere with the function of the area surrounding reservoirs as local protection among other activities the establishment of buildings was limited to supporting building water recreational activities, road inspection, building reservoirs, water Superintendent and raw water treatment building; and c. activities that are not allowed include activities that interfere with and/or damage the preservation of the functions of the area surrounding reservoirs as local protection among other activities that alter the landscape, interferes with fertility and soil hydrological functions, durability, sustainability of flora and fauna, as well as the preservation of environmental functions, activities and results of the utilization of the forest.
Article 87 (1) zoning regulations Referral to sacred as referred to in article 82 the letter e consists of: a. the direction zoning regulations for the area sacred campuhan; b. referral regulations zoning for the area sacred Beach;

c. zoning regulations directives for the sacred sea; and d. the referral rules for zoning the area around the eyes of holy water.
(2) zoning regulations Directives for sacred campuhan as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a consists of: a. the activities permitted include the provision of appropriate religious activities, the provision of TELEGINEN, and agriculture with the types of plants that do not reduce the strength of the soil structure;
b. activities are allowed on condition that includes activities other than as stated on the letter a that does not interfere with the function of sacred campuhan as local protection, e.g. building floodgates; and c. activities that are not allowed include garbage disposal, solid waste and liquid waste, the establishment of a building that is not related to religious activities, and other activities that disrupt the function of sacred campuhan as local protection area.
(3) Referral to the zoning regulations of the sacred area of the beach as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b consists of: a. the activities permitted include the provision of appropriate religious activities, recreational beaches, coastal security, fishing activities, conservation of the coastal environment, activities, weather and climate observations, the activity of providing locations and evacuation routes for the disaster, and the establishment of buildings for the purposes of monitoring of the threat of tsunami and earthquakes;
b. activities allowed by the terms covering the activities of the country's defense and security interests and activities other than as stated on the letter a that does not interfere with the function of the sacred area of the beach as local protection area; and c. activities that are not allowed include the activities of the landfill, solid waste and liquid waste, blocking and/or closing spaces and the evacuation of disaster, and other activities that disrupt the function of the sacred area of the beach as a local protection.
(4) the direction of the sacred area for zoning regulations of the Sea referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c consists of: a. the activities permitted include the provision of appropriate religious activities, habitat protection, fish populations, migration flow in sea life, a unique coastal ecosystem and/or susceptible to change, and research;
b. activities are allowed on condition that includes cruise activities, aquaculture, tourism, fishing and activities other than as stated on the letter a that does not interfere with the function of the Holy Sea area as local protection area; and c. activities that are not allowed include the taking of coral reefs, activities that cause pollution of the sea water, activities that interfere with religious activities, and other activities that disrupt the function of the Holy Sea area as local protection area.
(5) the direction of regulation of zoning for the area around the eyes of holy water as referred to in paragraph (1) letter d consists of: a. the activities permitted include the provision of appropriate religious activities and provision of TELEGINEN;
b. activities allowed by the terms include farming activities with the types of plants that do not reduce the strength of the soil structure, tourism activities, and activities other than as stated on the letter a that does not interfere with the function of sacred area around the Springs as local protection area; and c. activities that are not allowed include the activities of the landfill, solid waste and liquid waste water retrieval activities, and the establishment of a building that is not related to religious activities, and other activities that disrupt the function of sacred Springs district as local protection area.
Article 88 the zoning regulations of the Landing place of the sacred as referred to in article 82 the letter f in the form of Pura Kahyangan Tiga, Sad Kahyangan Temple Pura Kahyangan Dhang, and arranged with the local regulations.

Article 89 of the regulation of zoning Directives to TELEGINEN city as referred to in article 82 the letter g consists of: a. the activities permitted include the provision of appropriate use of space activities to resapan water, cemeteries, sports in open space, the religious, and the evacuation of disaster;
b. activities are allowed on condition that includes leisure activities, nursery plants, establishment of common facility of buildings, and in addition to the activities referred to in letter a that does not interfere with the function of the TELEGINEN city as local protection area; and

c. activities that are not allowed include the activities of the establishment of Public Refueling Stations, other social and economic activities that interfere with the function of the TELEGINEN city as local protection area.
Article 90 Directives for zoning regulation Zone natural sanctuary area L3 area preservation of nature, and the heritage area as referred to in article 81 paragraph (2) letter b consists of: a. the direction zoning regulations for forest park Kingdom Ngurah Rai;

b. Regulation of zoning directives for the Garden Tour Sangeh Nature;
c. referral to zoning regulation conservation areas in coastal regions and small islands as referred to in article 53 paragraph (2) Letter c; and d. the referral rules for zoning the heritage area and science as referred to in article 53 paragraph (2) letter d.
Article 91 the direction zoning regulations for forest park Kingdom Ngurah Rai as stipulated in article 90 letters a consists of: a. the activities permitted include the provision of appropriate research and development activities in science and technology, educational activities and an increase in kesadartahuan conservation, collection activities for the wealth of biological diversity, the activities of storage and/or carbon sequestration, water utilization and energy activities of water, heat, and wind as well as natural attractions , especially plants and wildlife in order to support the cultivation in the form of provision of germplasm, the activities of traditional utilization by local people, captive breeding activities in order to of animals or plants in artificial reproduction in a controlled environment, and religious activities;
b. activities are allowed on condition that includes activities other than as referred to in letter a, the traditional utilization activities may include activities of polling non timber forest products, cultivation of traditional as well as traditional hunting is limited to the type that is not protected, and other activities that do not interfere with the function of the Forest Kingdom Ngurah Rai as natural preservation area; and c. activities that are not allowed include the activities of the establishment of the building in addition to supporting research activities building, education, religious, and activities other than as referred to in letters a and b which interferes with the function of children's Forest preservation area as Ngurah Rai.
Article 92 of the regulation of zoning Directives for the Garden Tour Sangeh Nature referred to in Article 90 letter b consists of: a. the activities permitted include the allocation activity appropriate storage and/or carbon sequestration, the utilization of water and energy water, heat, and wind as well as nature tourism, research activities and the development of science, education and improvement of kesadartahuan nature conservation activities, the utilization of germplasm resource for supporting cultivation breeding activities, in the framework of hatching eggs and/or enlargement of plantlets derived from nature, and religious activities;
b. the activities permitted by the terms of the ancillary building activities include the establishment of the research activities and the development of science, education and improvement of kesadartahuan conservation of nature, and activities other than as stated on the letter a that does not interfere with the function of children's nature tourism nature preservation area as Sangeh; and c. activities that are not allowed include the activities of the establishment of the building in addition to supporting the activities of building research and development science, educational activities and an increase in kesadartahuan nature conservation, religious activities, and activities other than as stated on the letter a that disrupts the function of children's nature tourism nature preservation area as Sangeh.
Article 93 the direction zoning regulations for the conservation areas in the coastal areas and small islands as stipulated in article 90 of the letter c consists of: a. the activities permitted include the provision of appropriate activities: 1. the protection of habitat, fish populations, migration flow in sea life, a unique coastal ecosystem and/or susceptible to change, the protection of traditional indigenous culture/sites, and research on the core zone;
2. the protection of fish habitat and population, tourism and recreation, research and development, and/or education on limited utilization zone; and 3. rehabilitation of habitats and fish populations, migration flow in sea life, the coastal ecosystems in other zones.
b. activities are allowed on condition that includes activities other than as stated on the letter a that does not interfere with the function of conservation areas in coastal regions and small islands; and c. activities that are not allowed include the activities of fishing and taking of natural coral reefs and coral reefs, new activities that may give rise to pollution of sea water, and other activities that disrupt the function of conservation areas in the coastal areas and small islands.
Article 94 the landing Zone for the zoning regulations of the L3 the heritage area and science as stipulated in article 90 of the letter d is regulated in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.

Article 95 a landing Zone for the zoning regulations B1 as referred to in article 81 paragraph (2) letter a consists of: a. the activities permitted include the provision of appropriate high density residential activities, the activities of the Government of the province, the city government activities and/or sub, trading activity and services international, regional, national, and international health activities, national and regional higher education activities, the activities of national and international marine transportation , the activities of international and national air transport, agricultural activities, industrial activities, tourism activities supporting tourism, socio-cultural activities and the arts, the country's defense and security activities, sports activities, the activities of the service provisioning activities, fishing locations and evacuation paths, and the establishment of buildings for the purposes of monitoring the threat of disaster;
b. activities are allowed on condition that includes activities other than as stated on the letter a that does not interfere with the function of the area in Zone B1;
c. activities that are not allowed include the activities of the development industrial area, the activities of medium and large scale industries, and activity that blocks and/or close locations and evacuation routes for the disaster, as well as other activities that disrupt the function of the area in zone B1; d. application of the intensity of use of space include: 1. the application of the provisions of the building layout and environment which include KDB, provisions of the OUTBREAK, KDH, KTB, as well as the height of the building and the GSB against street;
2. the application of the provisions of the building layout and environment-based disaster mitigation; and 3. the development centre of the high intensity towards the settlement with the highest level of KWT 70% (seventy percent) with the height of the highest buildings of 15 (fifteen) metres above the ground.
e. provision of TELEGINEN city of at least 30% (thirty percent) of the urban area; and f. the provision of infrastructures and means minimum includes the following: 1. facilities and infrastructure supporting international economic activities;
2. infrastructures and means of public transport, pedestrian, the activities of the informal sector, and the location and path of disaster evacuation;
3. outdoor shelter rain water evenly in every area that is prone to puddle and flood-prone; and 4. parking spaces for the development zone with the function of trade and services, tourism, health, education, as well as offices.
Article 96 the direction zoning regulations for zone B2 as referred to in article 81 paragraph (3) the letter b consists of: a. the activities permitted include the provision of appropriate shelter activities of high density medium density residential, the activities, the activities of the Government District and/or districts, trade and service activities of the national and regional scales, health scales of activity of international, national, and regional higher education activities, farming activities, tourism activities supporting industrial activity, tourism, socio-cultural activities and the arts, sporting activities, and provision of location and the evacuation of disaster, and the establishment of buildings for the purposes of monitoring the threat of disaster;
b. activities are allowed on condition that includes activities other than as stated on the letter a that does not interfere with the function of B2 zone area;
c. activities that are not allowed include activities other than as referred to in letter a, the activity that blocks and/or close locations and evacuation routes for disaster and other activities that disrupt the function of B2 zone area; d. application of the intensity of use of space include: 1. the application of the provisions of the building layout and environment which include KDB, provisions of the OUTBREAK, KDH, KTB, the height of the building, and GSB against street;
2. the application of the provisions of the building layout and environment-based disaster mitigation; and 3. the development centre of the high intensity towards the settlement with highest KWT 60% (sixty percent) with the highest height of 15 (fifteen) metres above the ground.
e. provision of TELEGINEN city of at least 30% (thirty percent) of the urban area; and f. the provision of infrastructures and means minimum includes the following: 1. facilities and infrastructure supporting economic activity;
2. infrastructures and means of public transport, pedestrian, the activities of the informal sector, and the location and path of disaster evacuation; and 3. parking spaces for the development zone with the function of trade and services, tourism, health, education, as well as offices.
Article 97 of the regulation of zoning for Landing Zone B3 as referred to in article 81 paragraph (2) Letter c consists of: a. the activities permitted include the provision of appropriate density residential are activities, tourism activities, and supporting tourism industry activities, the activity of providing location and evacuation routes for the disaster-prone, and the establishment of buildings for the purposes of monitoring the threat of disaster;

b. activities are allowed on condition that includes activities other than as stated on the letter a that does not interfere with the function of the region on Zone B3;
c. activities that are not allowed include activities other than as stated on the letter a and letter b, activity that blocks and/or close locations and evacuation routes for the disaster, and other activities that disrupt the function of the region on Zone B3; d. application of the intensity of use of space include: 1. the application of the provisions of the building layout and environment which include KDB, provisions of the OUTBREAK, KDH, KTB, the height of the building, and GSB against street;
2. the application of the provisions of the building layout and environment-based disaster mitigation; and 3. the development of the Centre of moderate intensity towards the settlement with highest KWT 50% (fifty percent) with the highest height of 15 (fifteen) metres above the ground. e. provision of TELEGINEN city of diserasikan with an extensive area of zone B3;

f. the provision of infrastructures and means minimum includes the following: 1. international standard facilities and infrastructure supporting tourism activities; 2. international tourist accommodation in the area of tourism;
3. the parking space for supporting facilities for tourism, Commerce and services, and other public facilities; and 4. infrastructures and means of public transport, pedestrian, the activities of the informal sector, and the location of the evacuation and disaster. g. Special terms on KDTWK Land Lot includes: 1. KDWTK restrictions at most 2% (two per cent) to KDTWK Tanah Lot outside the shrine, with restrictions on KDB at most 10% (ten percent) of persil controlled;
2. restrictions on the height of the highest building two floors above the ground; and 3. Star tours accommodation development restrictions.
Article 98 of the regulation of zoning for Landing Zone B4 as referred to in article 81 paragraph (3) the letter d consists of: a. the activities permitted include the provision of appropriate density of residential activities are, low density residential activities, tourism activities, socio-cultural and artistic activities, the activities of the agricultural food crops and horticulture, industrial activities, tourism activities supporting the provision of location and evacuation routes for the disaster-prone, and the establishment of buildings for the purposes of monitoring the threat of disaster;
b. activities are allowed on condition that includes activities other than as stated on the letter a that does not change the function of sustainable food and agricultural land does not interfere with the function of the area in Zone B4;
c. activities that are not allowed include activities other than as referred to in letter a, the activity that blocks and/or close locations and evacuation routes for the disaster, and activities that interfere with the function of the area in Zone B4; d. application of the intensity of use of space include: 1. the application of the provisions of the building layout and environment which include KDB, provisions of the OUTBREAK, KDH, KTB, the height of the building, and GSB against street;
2. the application of the provisions of the building layout and environment-based disaster mitigation; and 3. the development of rural settlements and settlement Centre scale environments with highest KWT 50% (fifty percent), building on the highest elevation of 15 (fifteen) metres above the ground. e. provision of TELEGINEN city diserasikan with the area in Zone B4; and f. the provision of infrastructures and means minimum includes the following: 1. facilities and infrastructure supporting farming activities;

2. infrastructures and means of public services;

3. the location and path of disaster evacuation; and 4. the provision of parking facilities supporting tourism activities, socio-culture and the arts.
Article 99 the landing Zone for the zoning regulations of B5 as referred to in article 81 paragraph (3) the letter e consists of: a. the activities permitted include the provision of appropriate farming activities, tourism activities, socio-cultural activities and arts events, providing location and evacuation routes for the disaster-prone, and the establishment of buildings for the purposes of monitoring the threat of disaster;
b. activities are allowed on condition that includes activities supporting tourism and industrial activity other than as stated on the letter a that does not interfere with the function of the region on Zone B5;
c. activities that are not allowed include activities that obstruct and/or close locations and evacuation routes for the disaster and activities other than as stated on the letter a and letter b that disrupts the function of the region on Zone B5; d. application of the intensity of use of space includes: 1. a broad assignment and distribution of agricultural land sustainable food at least 90% (ninety percent) of the land area of farms in the zone B5 and will set further in the spatial plan of the province area, detailed spatial plan of the province area, spatial plans of counties/cities, and detailed spatial plans of counties/cities;
2. development of agro-tourism and further integration of tourism activities that support the preservation of agricultural land sustainable food; and 3. the application of the provisions of the building layout and environment-based disaster mitigation.
e. the provision of infrastructures and means the minimum in the form of the provision of facilities and infrastructure supporting farming activities and the location of evacuation and disaster.
Article 100 zoning regulations for the Landing Zone B6 as referred to in article 81 paragraph (3) the letter f consists of: a. the activities permitted include the provision of appropriate leisure activities Beach, aquaculture activities, and the establishment of buildings for the purposes of monitoring the threat of disaster;
b. the activities permitted by the terms of the safeguards activities include a beach to prevent abrasion and activities other than as stated on the letter a, which does not interfere with the function of the region on Zone B6; and c. activities that are not allowed include activities that cause damage to the mangrove forests or coral reefs, and activities other than as stated on the letter a, as well as other activities that disrupt the function of the area in the zone of B6.
Article 101 rule of zoning Directives for B7 Zone as referred to in article 81 paragraph (3) the letter g consists of: a. the activities permitted include the provision of appropriate activities of marine and fisheries, marine transportation activities, tourism activities, and the establishment of buildings for the purposes of monitoring the threat of disaster;
b. activities are allowed on condition that includes activities other than as stated on the letter a that does not interfere with the function of the region on Zone B7;
c. activities that are not allowed include the activities of liquid and solid waste disposal, hazardous materials and toxic waste, and activities other than as stated on the letter a, as well as other activities that disrupt the function of the region on Zone B7; and d. other provisions for the zone B7 include: 1. the establishment of offshore building must meet safety standards, not to interfere with the activity of the fishermen, not ruining the aesthetics of the beach, not to interfere with the Groove cruise and did not change the pattern of the flow of sea water, and does not harm the marine ecosystem; and 2. further provisions regarding the establishment of offshore buildings arranged in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
Article 102 zoning regulations Directives set out more detailed plans in space specified by local regulations.

The third direction of Licensing Article 103 (1) licensing Directives as referred to in article 69 paragraph (2) letter b is a reference in the granting of the permit utilization of space.
(2) any use of space must get permission from the Government, space utilization of the provincial government, and/or district/city governments according local regulations regarding spatial plans of counties/cities with detailed plans and regulations zonasinya based on the spatial plan of the Urban Sarbagita as set forth in this Regulation of the President.
(3) any use of space must get permission in accordance with the provisions of each sector or field of governing this type of activity concerned the use of space in accordance with the provisions of the legislation sector or related fields.
The fourth part of a referral incentive and Disincentive to article 104 Referral incentives and disincentives as stipulated in article 69 paragraph (2) Letter c is a reference point for Governments and local governments in an effort to control the utilization of space in order to realize the plan of Urban spatial Sarbagita.

Article 105 the granting of incentives and disincentives provided by: a. Government to local governments;

b. local Government to local governments; and c. the Government and/or local authorities to the community.

Article 106 (1) the grant of incentives from the Government to the local governments can be: a. cross-subsidies;
b. ease licensing for use of space activities that are provided by the Government; c. the provision of infrastructure and facilities in the area;

d. the awarding of compensation;

e. awards and facilitation; and/or f. publication or promotion of the region.
(2) the granting of incentives from local governments to the Governments of the other regions can be either: a. the awarding of compensation from the local Government to the beneficiaries of the regional benefits of the giver benefits received by beneficiaries area; b. compensation provision of the facilities and infrastructure;
c. ease licensing for use of space activities provided by local government beneficiaries to the investor who came from the area of the giver of the benefit; and/or d. publication or promotion of the region.
(3) the incentives from the Government and/or local authorities to the community can be either: a. the granting of tax relief;

b. granting compensation;

c. reduction of the levy;

d. remuneration;

e. rental of space;

f. urun shares;

g. provision of infrastructures and means; and/or h. ease of licensing.
Article 107 (1) Disincentive from the Government told local authorities could be given in the form:


a. pensyaratan specialized in licensing for use of space activities that are provided by the Government; b. restrictions on the provision of infrastructure and facilities in the area; and/or c. particular status granting from the Government.
(2) a disincentive from the local Government to the Government other areas can be: a. filing the imposition of compensation from the local government areas of benefit to the giver of the beneficiaries; b. restrictions on the provision of facilities and infrastructure; and/or c. pensyaratan specialized in licensing for use of space activities provided by local governments the giver benefits to investors who come from the area of the beneficiaries.
(3) a disincentive from the Government and/or local authorities to the community can be either: a. the imposition of liability compensation;
b. pensyaratan specialized in licensing for use of space activities that are provided by the Government and local authorities; c. liability of reward;

d. restrictions on the provision of facilities and infrastructure; and/or e. pensyaratan specialized in licensing.
Article 108 (1) Disincentive given for the utilization of space in the area is restricted.
(2) a disincentive given keeping in respect of the person in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
Section 109 of the Ordinance as well as the form of the granting of incentives and disincentives are implemented in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.

The fifth part of a referral of sanctions to article 110 (1) Referral of sanctions as stipulated in article 69 paragraph (2) letter d is given in the form of administrative sanction and/or criminal sanctions in accordance with the provisions of legislation the setup field space.
(2) the imposition of penalties given against use of space activities that do not fit the rules of the regional spatial plans of counties/cities with detailed spatial plans and regulations zonasinya which is based on the plan of Urban spatial Sarbagita.
CHAPTER VII the MANAGEMENT of URBAN SARBAGITA of article 111 (1) in order to realize the plan of Urban spatial Sarbagita conducted the management of Urban Sarbagita.
(2) the management of Urban Sarbagita as referred to in paragraph (1) was carried out by the Minister, Governors, and the Governors or Mayors in accordance with those powers.
(3) the management of Urban Sarbagita by the Minister referred to in subsection (2) may be exercised by the Governor through the dekonsentrasi and/or the pembantuan task.
Article 112 (1) in the framework of the management of Urban Sarbagita as stipulated in article 111, the Governor may establish an agency and/or the Manager, in accordance with the legislation.
(2) the establishment, duties, composition, and the organisation of work, as well as financing property management as referred to in subsection (1) is set by the Governor.
(3) the establishment of the Agency and/or the property management agency referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2) was performed after obtaining approval from the Minister.
CHAPTER VIII the ROLE of COMMUNITY in URBAN SPATIAL SARBAGITA of article 113 the role of community in Urban spatial Sarbagita performed on stage: a. spatial planning;

b. utilization of space; and c. the control of utilization of space.

Article 114 of the role of the community in the form of spatial planning in the form of: a. input regarding: 1. the preparation of drafting spatial plans;

2. determination of the direction of development of the region or area;

3. identification of the potential and the problems of regional development or region;

4. formulation of the spatial conception of the plan; and/or 5. the determination of the spatial plan.
b. cooperation with Governments, local governments, and/or fellow society in spatial planning.
Article 115 the shape of the role of the community in the use of space can be: a. input regarding the utilization policy space;
b. cooperation with Governments, local governments, and/or fellow community elements in the utilization of space;
c. activities utilizing the space in accordance with the local wisdom and spatial plans established;
d. increased efficiency, effectiveness, and harmony in the utilization of space by land, sea, space and air space within the Earth by observing local wisdom and in accordance with the provisions of the legislation;
e. activities keeping the interests of Defense and security as well as maintain and improve environmental function preservation and natural resources; and f. investment activities in the utilization of space in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
Article 116 the shape of the role of the community in the control of use of space can be: a. input-related referrals and/or zoning regulations, licensing, granting incentives and disincentives as well as the imposition of sanctions;
b. participation in monitoring and overseeing the implementation of the spatial plan which has been assigned;
c. reporting to Agency and/or an authorized officer in respect of the alleged violation or deviation finds activities use of space that violate spatial plans established; and d. the submission of an objection against the decision of the competent authority to development which is considered incompatible with the spatial plan.
Article 117 the community's Role in the structuring of space can be delivered directly and/or in writing, to: a. the Minister/leadership nonkementerian government agencies related to spatial; b. the Governor; and c. the Regent or mayor.

Article 118 (1) the role of the community in Urban spatial Sarbagita can be delivered orally and/or in writing individually and/or in groups such as the village of pekraman and/or other local civic organizations. (2) the role of the community can be submitted to: a. the Minister/Chairman of non government agencies of the Ministry related to spatial; b. the Governor; and/or c. Regent or mayor.
(3) the role of the community can also be conveyed to or through work units in the ministries/non governmental ministries associated with spatial, the provincial government, and the Government district/city.
Article 119 of the implementation of the Ordinance on the role of the community in Urban spatial Sarbagita carried out in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.

Article 120 in order to increase the role of the community, local governments in Urban Sarbagita building information system and documentation structuring of space that can be easily accessed by the public.

CHAPTER IX TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS Article 121 with the introduction of the regulation of this President, then: a. the provisions in the regulations of the regional spatial plan of the province, local regulations regarding spatial plans of counties/cities, and local regulations about detailed spatial plans along with existing zoning regulations stated remains valid as long it does not conflict with the regulations of the President; and b. local regulations about spatial plan area of the province, local regulations regarding spatial plans of counties/cities, and local regulations about detailed spatial plans along with zoning regulations that are contrary to the rules of this President should be adjusted at the latest within 5 (five) years counted since the presidential regulation was enacted.
Article 122 (1) with the entry into force of this regulation of the President, then: a. permit the utilization of space on each of the areas that have been issued and were in accordance with the provisions of this regulation of the President continue to apply in accordance with the validity period;
b. the permit utilization of spaces that have been issued but are not in accordance with the provisions of this regulation of the President: 1. for which has not yet implemented its construction related permits, adapted to function in areas of detailed spatial plans established by local government based on the Rule of President;
2. to the already implemented its construction, use of space done up related permit expires and the adjustment is done by applying a technical engineering functions in accordance with the detailed plan in the area of spatial zoning and regulations set by local government based on the Rule of President; and 3. to the already implemented its construction and not allow it to apply the technical engineering functions in accordance with the detailed plan in the area of spatial zoning and regulations set by local government based on this presidential Regulation, consent has been published and can be cancelled against losses incurred as a result of the cancellation of such permits may be granted reimbursement in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
c. utilization of space permissions is up and not in accordance with the rules of this adjustment is done with the President's functions detailed in the plan area spatial zoning and regulations set by local government based on the Rule of President;
d. utilization of space in urban areas Sarbagita held without permission is determined as follows: 1. contrary to the provisions of this regulation of the President, the corresponding space utilization ditertibkan and adapted to function in areas of detailed spatial plans and zoning regulations set by local government based on the Rule of President; and 2. that is in accordance with the provisions of this regulation of the President, accelerated to get the necessary permissions.
e. the community that ruled the land based on indigenous rights and/or rights over land in accordance with the provisions of the legislation, which is due to the spatial plan of the Urban area of this Sarbagita it is used is not appropriate anymore, then the solution is regulated in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.

(2) all the spatial plan areas and/or detailed plan zoning regulations the following spatial province and kabupaten/kota in urban areas Sarbagita hasn't adapted to the rules of this President, used the plan of spatial Urban Sarbagita as a reference for the granting of the permit utilization of space.
CHAPTER X the CLOSING PROVISIONS Article 123 (1) a period of Urban spatial plan Sarbagita was since he set up this presidential Regulation up to the end of the period of National Spatial Plan as set forth in a Government Regulation number 26 in 2008 about the plan of Spatial Locality.
(2) review the plan of spatial Urban Sarbagita do one (1) times within 5 (five) years.
(3) review the plan of spatial urban areas Sarbagita can do more than one (1) times within 5 (five) years: a. in certain strategic environmental conditions associated with large scale natural disasters specified by legislation;
b. in particular strategic environmental conditions related to the territorial limits of the country defined by statute;
c. strategic environmental conditions in particular with regard to the territorial boundaries of the areas that are included in the Urban area of Sarbagita which is set by legislation; and/or d. in case of change of plans for National Spatial Region associated with the spatial plan of the Urban Sarbagita.
Article 124 this presidential Regulation comes into force on the date specified.

Established in Jakarta on July 27, 2012, the PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA Dr. h. SUSILO BAMBANG YUDHOYONO fnFooter ();