Applicable Local Number 10 In 2011

Original Language Title: Peraturan Daerah Nomor 10 Tahun 2011

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1 SHEET of MAGELANG REGION in 2011 number: 10 RULES of MAGELANG REGION number 10 in 2011 ABOUT BUILDING with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY MAGELANG REGENT Considering: a. that national development to advance the general welfare as contained in the 1945 Constitution in fact is the whole Indonesia human development and the development of the entire community of Indonesia emphasized the balance development the outward prosperity and fulfillment, batiniah, in a society that Indonesia developed and social justice based on Pancasila; b. that based on Article 61 Regulatory Area that the building as a place of human conduct its activities, have a strategic role in the formation of character, the realization of productivity, and human identity, so that the conduct of the building need to be organized and built for the sake of continuity and improvement of the lives and livelihoods of communities, as well as for the realization of building a functional, reliable, self-berjati, as well as a balanced, harmonious, and in harmony with their surroundings; c. that with the enactment of Act No. 28 of 2002 on Building Regulations, Magelang Region no. 5 in 2000 about the building need to be adjusted; d. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a, letter b and c letters need to establish local regulations about Building; Remember: 1. Act No. 13 of 1950 on the establishment of County regions in Central Java province; 2. Act No. 5 of 1960 concerning the basic regulation of the Agrarian issues (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 104 in 1960, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 2043); 3. Act No. 8 of 1981 on the law of criminal procedure (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 776 in 1981, additional sheets of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3209); 4. Act No. 16 of 1985 about Flats (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 75 in 1985, additional sheets of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3318); 5. Act No. 4 of 1997 on disability (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 9 in 1997, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3670); 6. Act No. 18 of 1999 about construction services (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 54 in 1999, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3794); 7. Act No. 28 of 2002 on Building (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 134 in 2002, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4247); http://www.bphn.go.id/2 8. Act No. 10 of 2004 concerning the formation of Legislation (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 53 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4389); 9. 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 with the 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); 10. 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); 11. Law Number 32 year 2009 on the protection and management of Environment (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 140 in 2009, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5059); 12. Act No. 11 of 2010 about Heritage (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 130 in 2010, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5168); 13. Law number 1 year 2011 about housing and Settlement Area (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 7 in 2011, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5188); 14. Government Regulation Number 21 in 1982 about the transfer of the capital of the Regency of Magelang Regencies of Kotamadia Magelang Regencies Mungkid Sub-district to District in the region of Magelang Regencies (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 36 in 1982); 15. Government Regulation Number 27 in 1983 on the implementation of the law of criminal procedure (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 28 in 1983, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3253) as amended by the Government Regulation Number 58 in 2010 about changes to the Government Regulation Number 27 in 1983 on the implementation of the law of criminal procedure (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 90 in 2010, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5145); 16. Government Regulation number 4 in 1988 about Flats (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 7 in 1988, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3372); 17. Government Regulation Number 35 of 1991 on the River (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 44 in 1991, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3445); 18. Government Regulation Number 27 in 1999 about the analysis on Environmental Impact (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 59 in 1999, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3838); 19. Government Regulation Number 28 in 2000 about the efforts and roles of the construction services Society (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia year 2000 Number 63, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4099); 20. Government Regulation Number 29 in 2000 on the Organization of construction services (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia year 2000 Number 64, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3956) as amended by the Government Regulation Number 59 in 2010 about changes to the Government Regulation Number 29 in 2000 on the Organization of construction services (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 95 in 2010); http://www.bphn.go.id/3 21. Government Regulation number 30 in 2000 on the Organization of construction of construction service (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 65 in 2000, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3957); 22. Government Regulation No. 15 of 2005 about the highway (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 32 in 2005, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4489) as amended by regulation of the Government Number 44 in 2009 about the change in the Government Regulation No. 15 of 2005 about the highway (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 88 in 2009, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5240); 23. Government Regulation number 16 in 2005 about the development of a drinking water System (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 33 in 2005, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4490); 24. Government Regulation Number 36 in 2005 about the Regulations Implementing Act No. 28 of 2002 on Building (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 83 in 2005, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4532); 25. Government Regulation Number 79 in 2005 about Coaching Guidelines and oversight organization of local governments (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 165 in 2005, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4593); 26. Government Regulation Number 34 in 2006 about the road (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia year 2006 Number 86, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4655); 27. Government Regulation Number 38 in 2007 about Government Affairs Divisions between the Government, local governance and local governance of the province, Kabupaten/Kota (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 82 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4737); 28. 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); 29. Presidential Regulation No. 1 of 2007 about the Endorsement, the Enactment of legislation, and deployment; 30. The regulation of the Central Java province Region number 11 in 2004 about the Boundary Line (the sheet Area of Central Java province in 2004 Numbered 46 E series Number 7); 31. Local regulations of Central Java province number 6 in 2010 about Spatial Plan area of Central Java province in 2009-2029 (Gazette Area of Central Java province in 2010 number 6, an additional Area of Central Java province Sheet Number 28); 32. Applicable local District of Magelang Regencies number 5 in 1988 about Investigator civil servant in an environment of County Government in Magelang Regencies (Sheet District Magelang Regencies number 12 1988 Series D); 33. Local regulations Magelang Number 21 in 2001 about environmental management in Magelang (Magelang Region Gazette 2001 Number 72 Serie D Number 71); 34. Regulation of Magelang Region no. 10 of 2004 concerning the mechanism of public consultation (Magelang Region Gazette 2004 No. 17 E Series No. 9); 35. Local regulations Magelang number 17 in 2005 on the management of groundwater and surface water (Magelang Region Gazette 2005 Number 39 E series number 18); http://www.bphn.go.id/


4 36. Magelang Region Regulation No. 2 of 2006 on The establishment of Regional Regulations (Gazette Magelang Region 2006 number 11 E series Number 7); 37. Local regulations Magelang Number 21 in 2008 about Government Affairs who became the authority on local governance Magelang (Magelang Region Gazette Year 2008 Number 21); 38. The regulation of Magelang Region no. 5 in 2011 about Spatial plans of Counties 2010-2030, Magelang (Magelang Region Gazette in 2011 number 5); With the approval of the joint HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES DISTRICT MAGELANG, MAGELANG REGENT and DECIDED: setting: LOCAL REGULATIONS ABOUT BUILDING. CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this Area Regulations is: 1. The area is Magelang Regency. 2. The Regent was Regent. 3. Local Governments are the Regent and the Region as organizer of local governance. 4. Office of the organization is the responsible area of devices in the field of the Organization of the building. 5. The Agency is a group of people and/or capital which is the unity of both doing business and not doing business that includes limited liability company, the company komanditer, the company's other State-owned enterprises (SOEs) or Areas owned enterprises (BUMD) with name and in any form, firm, peers, cooperatives, pension funds, Association, Assembly, foundations, organizations, social and political organizations or any other organization forms, institutions and other bodies including the collective investment contract and business form anyway. 6. The clerk is a person who is appointed in the Department of the environment. 7. Planner or designer is a person or agency who are experts in the field of architecture who have permission to work. 8. the structure of the Planner is a person or agency who are experts in the fields of the structure/building construction that has permission to work. 9. installation and equipment of the building Planner is a person or agency who are experts in the field of installations and equipment which have permission to work. 10. The supervisor is a person or body in charge of overseeing the implementation of the work of building up the directions of the owner of the building in accordance with the applicable permits and have permission to work. 11. the Executor is the person or entity carrying out activities build upon the instructions of the owner of the building in accordance with the applicable permits and have permission to work. 12. the Technical Reviewer is a person or agency who are experts in their fields, who is in charge of examining the feasibility of building in all its technical aspects. 13. the building is the physical form of the results of construction works which blend with its position, partially or completely located above and/or in the soil and/or water, which serves as a place of human conduct its activities, whether for residence or place of residence, religious activities, business activities, social, cultural activities, and special events. 14. public building is the building which functions for the benefit of the public, whether in the form of a religious function, the function's efforts, as well as the social and cultural functions. 15. a certain building is a building used for public interest and the specific functions of the building, which is in development and/or its utilization requires special management and/or has a certain complexity can lead to important impacts on society and the environment. http://www.bphn.go.id/5 16. Building classification is the classification of the functions of the building based on the fulfillment of the requirements of the administrative level and its technical requirements. 17. Building Permit hereinafter abbreviated IMB is the permissions given by the local Government to the owner of the building to build a new, modify, extend, reduce, and/or taking care of building in accordance with the requirements of the administrative and technical requirements that apply. 18. The application for building permit hereinafter abbreviated application IMB is the petition done building owners to local governments to obtain BUILDING PERMITS. 19. Building Base Coefficient hereinafter abbreviated as KDB is a figure the percentage comparison between widely throughout the 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. 20. The coefficient of the floor of the building which further shortened 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. 21. The coefficient of green areas which further shortened KDH is extensive comparisons between percentage figures throughout the open space outside the building reserved for landscaping and greening land/perpetakan/regional planning is controlled according to plan spatial layout plan and buildings and the environment. 22. the basement floor Footprint Coefficient abbreviated KTB is the number the percentage comparison between wide treads and basement/land perpetakan land area/regional planning is controlled according to plan spatial layout plan and buildings and the environment. 23. The plan of Spatial Locality Magelang hereinafter abbreviated RTRW is the result of spatial planning districts established by local regulations. 24. The plan of Spatial Detail district hereinafter abbreviated RDTR is a detailed plan for Spatial plans of counties. 25. Plan of the layout of the building and the environment hereinafter abbreviated RTBL architecture guide is an area for controlling the use of space which contains the plan of building and environmental programs, plans and draft guidelines, public investment plan, the provisions of the control of the plan, and control the implementation of guidelines. 26. building Environment is the environment around a building into consideration organization of the building both in terms of social, cultural, as well as in terms of ecosystems. 27. the technical standard is a standard that standardized procedures as standard, standard specifications, test methods and standards of either national standards or international standards which Indonesia put in place in the Organization of the building. 28. The organization of the building is the development activities that include technical planning process and implementation of construction, as well as the utilization, preservation and demolition of buildings. 29. The organizer of the building is the owner of the building, building construction services providers, and users of the building. 30. The applicant is the person or legal entity, group, or association applying for BUILDING PERMITS. 31. The owner of the building is a person, legal entity, group, or Assembly, which according to the law valid as the owner of the building. 32. Building User is the owner of the building and/or not the owner of the building based on an agreement with the owner of the building, using and/or managing a building or part of the building in accordance with the functions defined. 33. the expert team Building hereinafter abbreviated TABG is a team of experts associated with the conduct of the building to provide the technical considerations in the process of research the technical plan documents with the assignment period is limited, and also to provide input in the resolution of the Organization of the building of a particular arrangement of its members appointed a case by case basis tailored to the complexity of specific building. http://www.bphn.go.id/


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Be eligible to the function of the building is a condition that meets the requirements of the administrative and technical requirements in accordance with the functions of the building are set. 35. certificate of the Building Functions be eligible next abbreviated SLF is a certificate issued by the local Government unless a special function buildings by the Government to declare the health functions of a building both in technical as well as the Administration, before it is used. 36. the technical Planning is the process of making the technical picture of the building and its furnishings which follows the stages of prarencana, development of the plan and the preparation of working drawings consists of: architecture, plan plan structure, mechanical/electrical plan, spatial plan, spatial plan outside-inside/interior as well as the plan of technical specifications, budget plan costs, technical calculations and supporting appropriate guidelines and technical standards in force. 37. technical Consideration is consideration of the expert team building drawn up in writing and professionals related to the fulfilment of the technical requirements either in the process of building development, utilization, conservation, as well as the dismantling of the building. 38. building construction services providers are those individuals or entities which its business activities provides construction services field building, including technical planners, implementers, the construction supervisor/construction management, including the technical reviewer building and other construction services providers. 39. Maintenance activities is maintaining the reliability of the building and its infrastructure and proximity to the building in order to always be eligible to function. 40. The treatment is a repair and/or replace parts of the building, building materials, components, and/or infrastructure and means in order to be eligible to keep building function. 41. home stay simple or singular series of the simple House is not House-floor with a total floor area of a maximum of 36 m² and a total land area of maximum of 72 m². 42. building Restoration is protected and conserved is the activity of fixing, restoring the building back to its original form. 43. The preservation is an activity care, restoration, and maintenance of the building and its environment to restore reliability to such building in accordance with the original or in accordance with the State according to the desired period. 44. The role of the community in implementing building is the community activities is an embodiment of the will and desire of the community to monitor and keep order, give input, delivering opinions and considerations, as well as a class-action lawsuit related to the Organization of the building. 45. The society is the individual, the group, legal entities or enterprises and institutions or organizations that its activities in the field of building community, including customary law and community experts, concerned with the Organization of the building. 46. public hearings were held dialogue forum to listen to and accommodate the aspirations of the public good in the form of opinions, as well as consideration of the proposals from the general public as input for setting government policy/local governments in implementing building. 47. the lawsuit is a lawsuit relating to the conduct of the building proposed by one or more persons who represent groups in filing a lawsuit for their own interests and simultaneously representing the aggrieved parties have in common the fact or the legal basis between representatives of the groups and the members of the group in question. 48. The construction of the building is the conducting of activities setting, empowerment, and supervision in order to realize good governance so that every organization of the building can take place orderly and achieved reliability of buildings that comply with its functions, as well as the attainment of legal certainty. 49. The setting is the preparation and the institutionalization of legislation, guidelines, instructions, technical standards and building up in the region and operasionalisasinya in the community. 50. Empowerment is a menumbuhkembangkan event for the awareness of rights, obligations, and the role of the organizer of the building and the local government authorities in the Organization of the building. http://www.bphn.go.id/7 51. Surveillance is monitoring application of legislation implementation against the field of building and the efforts of law enforcement. 52.-/yard is an perpetakan land according to considerations of local Government can be used to set up a building. 53. dead Load is the weight of all parts of a building that is still 54. The burden of life is all the burden that results from the use of a building or residential. 55. the earthquake Loads are all dynamic loads acting on the building that mimics the behavior of ground movement and influences due to the earthquake. 56. the wind Load is the load of all the works on the building caused by the airflow. 57. Scaffolding is a temporary helper structures used in building to support the implementation of the structural work; 58. The staircase fire stairs was planned specifically for rescue at a time means a fire occur. 59. Installations and equipment of the building is the installation and equipment building, bangun-bangunan and or yard that was used to support the achievement of the element of comfort and safety in buildings. 60. Peresapan water is the waste water disposal installation that comes from the kitchen, bathrooms and rain water. 61. The well resapan is the installation to accommodate the disposal of surface water. 62. Pertandaan is a bangun-bangunan that serves as a means of information or advertising. 63. The impact of environmental changes is important is a very basic which caused by a business and/or activities, among other criteria, its population will be affected, the area of distribution of the impact, the intensity and duration of the impact takes place, the number of other environmental components affected, the cumulative impact of nature, turning (reversible) or not finite (such an) impact. 64. Analysis of the environmental impacts which further shortened AMDAL is the study of the impact of an important effort and planned activities or the environment that is necessary for the decision-making process about the organizing effort and or activities. 65. The efforts of environmental management and Environmental Monitoring Efforts which further shortened UKL-UPL is management and pematauan against businesses and/or activities that do not have an impact on the environment that is necessary for the decision-making process of the Organization of the business and/or activities. 66. An affidavit of his management and monitoring of the environment hereinafter abbreviated SPPL is a statement of willingness of the person in charge of business and/or activity to perform management and monitoring of the environment over the impact of the venture and/or activities outside of the business and/or activities that are mandatory or UKL AMDAL-UPL. 67. a permanent Building is a building in terms of construction and the age of the building revealed more than 15 (fifteen) years. 68. semi permanent Building is a building in terms of construction and the age of the building is declared a 5 (five) to 10 (ten) years. 69. emergency or temporary Building is a building in terms of construction and the age of the building revealed less than 5 (five) years. 70. the rift is Building the building with a view overlooking the street have a free distance aside. 71. The building is a building with a view overlooking the street does not have a free distance aside. 72. Building Price is the price of the building according to the calculations of analysis that have been examined by the truth. 73. Investigation is a series of actions taken by Investigators to search for and collect the evidence with the evidence it makes light of the criminal acts that occurred as well as finding should suspect. 74. The investigator civil servant who then shortened in 1988 was the investigating Officer of the particular civil servant surroundings of local government which was authorized specifically by law – to do the investigation against violation of local regulations. http://www.bphn.go.id/


8 CHAPTER II FUNCTIONS and CLASSIFICATION of BUILDING part of the Union's common article 2 (1) the function of the building is the provision of technical eligibility building, both in terms of the layout of the building and its surroundings, as well as the reliability of the building. (2) the function of the building referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. occupancy function; b. religious functions; c. business functions; d. social and cultural functions; and e. special functions. (3) A building can have more than one function as referred to in paragraph (2). The second section Building Functions of article 3 (1) the functions of residence referred to in article 2 paragraph (2) letter a functions primarily as a human habitation which includes single residential homes, home living series stacking, and temporary housing. (2) religious functions referred to in article 2 paragraph (2) letter b functions primarily as a place of worship that includes the building of mosques including the mosque, church building included a chapel, temple building, building monasteries, temples and buildings. (3) the functions of the business referred to in article 2 paragraph (2) Letter c functions primarily as a place to conduct business activities that includes office buildings, commercial buildings, industrial, hospitality, tourism and recreation, the terminal building, and a storage area. (4) social and cultural Functions referred to in article 2 paragraph (2) letter d functions primarily as a place of social and cultural activities which include building of Ministry of education, culture, health services, laboratories, and building public service. (5) special functions referred to in article 2 paragraph (2) letter e functions primarily as a place to conduct activities that have a high level of confidentiality or national level--can harm the surrounding community and/or have a high risk of danger that includes building for nuclear reactors, security and defense installations, and buildings of its kind established by the Minister. The third part of infrastructure Building of article 4 (1) the function of the building as stipulated in article 3 can be equipped infrastructure building in accordance with the needs of the building's performance. (2) building Infrastructure as mentioned in subsection (1) include the following: a. a limiting Construction/anchoring/safety fences, in the form of levee/retaining wall, turap-limit/persil, and the like; b. the bookmark entry Construction site in the form of gate and gate including substation/guard post, and the like; c. roughness Construction form the street, court ceremonies, parking space, open sports field, and the like; d. Construction liaison form bridge, box culvert, pedestrian bridges, and the like; e. Construction indoor/underground reservoir in the form of a pool, pond water treatment, underground reservoirs, and the like; f. Construction of the Tower in the form of antenna masts, towers, chimney reservoir, a water tower, and the like; g. Construction monuments form the monument, sculpture, and the like; h. booth installation/Construction in the form of electrical installation, telephone installation, installation of communication/processing, and the like; and i. Construction advertising/signage in the form of billboards, billboards, signage (stand alone or in the form of the wall of the fence), and the like; http://www.bphn.go.id/9 (3) Infrastructure building referred to in subsection (2) is located towards the construction/building on land or building complex. (4) provision of more about infrastructure building is governed by the rules of Regent. Part four article 5 Building Classification (1) the function of the building as referred to in article 3 are classified based on the level of complexity, level permanensi, level of risk zoning of earthquake, fires, location, height, and/or ownership. (2) the classification based on the level of complexity include building simple, not simple building, and a special building. (3) the classification based on the level of permanensi include building a permanent, semi permanent buildings, and building emergency or temporary. (4) the classification based on the level of risk of fire include building high levels of fire risk, fire risk level of being, and the rate of fire risk is low. (5) the classification based on the zoning of earthquake include zoning of earthquake level set by the relevant authorities. (6) the classification based on the location of buildings on site include dense, building on site, and building on the site of the rift. (7) the classification based on the height of the building include high-rise buildings, multilevel medium and low-rise building. (8) the classification based on the ownership of State-owned buildings include buildings, buildings belonging to the business entity, and the building belongs to the individual. Article 6 (1) function and the classification of the building must comply with the provisions of the location set in RTRW, RDTR RTBL, and/or. (2) the functions and classifications of buildings proposed by the building owners in filing the application for BUILDING PERMITS. (3) the Governors set function and the classification of the building referred to in subsection (2) in the IMB based on RTRW, RDTR RTBL, and/or building except the special functions. (4) the function and classification of building special functions as referred to in paragraph (3) set by the Government. The fifth section of the Building Function change in article 7 (1) function and the classification of the building can be changed through the application of new BUILDING PERMITS. (2) change of function and the classification of the building proposed by the owners in the form of technical building plans in accordance with the provisions of the location set in RTRW, RDTR RTBL, and/or. (3) change of function and the classification of the building must be followed with the eligibility of administrative and technical building requirements. (4) changes of functions and classification of building in the IMB established by Governors, except building specific functions assigned by the Government. CHAPTER III REQUIREMENTS of BUILDING Part One General article 8 (1) every building must meet the requirements of the administrative and technical requirements in accordance with the function of the building. (2) the requirements of the administrative building includes: a. the status of land rights and/or permit the utilization of holders of land rights; http://www.bphn.go.id/10 b. status of ownership of the building; and c. the IMB. (3) the technical requirements of the building include the following: a. the terms of building layout; and b. building reliability requirements. The second part of the requirements of the Administration Building of the paragraph 1 of article 9 General Any building must meet the requirements of Administration referred to in article 8 paragraph (2) and in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. Paragraph 2 the Status of the land rights of article 10 (1) every building must be founded on a clear ownership status of the land, whether self-owned or belong to other parties. (2) in terms of land belonging to another party, the building can only be established with the consent of the holder of the land utilization rights to the land or land-owners in the form of a written agreement between the holder of the rights to the land or land owners with building owners. (3) the written agreement referred to in subsection (2) at least contain the rights and obligations of the parties, broadly, layout, and the boundaries of the land, as well as the function of the building and land utilization period. Paragraph 3 the Status of Building Ownership article 11 (1) the Status of building ownership is evidenced by a letter of proof of ownership of the building was issued by local government based on the results of the logging activities of the building, except for building special functions. (2) a letter of proof of ownership of building special functions as intended in paragraph (1) was issued by the Government. (3) ownership of a building can be transferred to another party. (4) in case the owner of the building is not the owner of the land, the transfer of the rights referred to in subsection (2) must have the consent of the landowner. (5) the provisions concerning the proof of ownership letter building based on the provisions of the legislation. Article 12 (1) the activity logging for building new buildings carried out concurrently with the process for the orderly development of IMB and the utilization of the building. (2) the owner of the building required to provide the data required by the local authorities in conducting logging building. (3) based on the logging building referred to in subsection (1), the local government register the building for the purposes of building information systems. Paragraph 4 of article 13 BUILDING PERMITS (1) IMB as referred to in article 8 paragraph (2) Letter c is the letter of the evidence from the local government building that the owner can build new, modify, extend, reduce, and/or taking care of building in accordance with the technical building plans approved by the Regents. (2) BUILDING PERMITS as referred to in subsection (1) is given by the Regent, unless special function building by the Government. (3) BUILDING PERMITS as referred to in subsection (1) is intended to control the development and utilization of building in the area with the goal provided the safety of the occupants and the environment as well as the orderly development. (4) BUILDING PERMITS as referred to in subsection (1) is a prerequisite for getting public utility services. http://www.bphn.go.id/


11 the third part the technical requirements of paragraph 1 Building a general clause 14 of Every building must meet the technical requirements referred to in article 8 paragraph (3). Paragraph 2 of article 15 of the building Layout Requirements Requirements tata building referred to in article 8 paragraph (2) letter a covering the requirements of designation and intensity of building, building architecture, and requirements for the control of environmental impact. Article 16 (1) the requirements of the provisions referred to in Article 15 is the corresponding location designation requirements in accordance with RTRW, RDTR RTBL, and/or. (2) building intensity Requirements as stipulated in article 15 covers the terms of density, altitude, and distance free building set for the site in question. Article 17 (1) any set up and utilize the building, its functions should be in accordance with the provisions set out in the location RTRW, RDTR RTBL, and/or. (2) the provision of the site referred to in subsection (1) is the primary allocation. (3) in the event at a location referred to in paragraph (1) established building which is supporting the provision of mandatory approval from the Department. (4) every building erected above, and/or under land, water, and/or the infrastructure and public facilities should not interfere with the balance of the environment, the function of the protected area, and/or function of infrastructure and public facilities are concerned. Article 18 (1) in the event of a change, RTRW RDTR and/or RTBL which resulted in changes to the allocation of location, building functions that do not comply with the new provisions should be adapted. (2) against losses incurred due to changes in the allocation of locations referred to in subsection (1) the local authorities provide a worthy replacement to the owner of the building in accordance with the legislation. Article 19 Every building erected shall not exceed the maximum density and height of the provisions set out in RDTR RTBL, and/or. Article 20 (1) every building which was established and utilized must meet the building density of which is set in the KDB as set for the site in question. (2) on the basis of determined interest KDB environmental conservation/resapan surface water land and prevention of fires, economic interests, the function of the allocation, the function of the building, safety and comfort of the building. (3) the provisions of the magnitude of the KDB as referred to in subsection (1) is adjusted with the spatial plan for locations that already have it, or in accordance with the provisions of laws-invitation. (4) every public building if other is not specified, the specified maximum KDB 60% (sixty-perseratus). http://www.bphn.go.id/12 Article 21 (1) of the OUTBREAK is determined on the basis of the interests of environmental conservation/resapan surface water land and prevention of fires, economic interests, the function of the designation, functions of buildings, building safety and comfort, safety and convenience of the public. (2) the provisions of the magnitude of the OUTBREAK as referred to in subsection (1) is adjusted with the spatial plan for locations that already have it, or in accordance with the provisions of laws-invitation. Section 22 (1) determined on the basis of the interests of the KDH environmental conservation/resapan of the water surface. (2) the provisions of the magnitude of the KDH as referred to in subsection (1) is adjusted with the spatial plan for locations that already have it, or in accordance with the provisions of laws-invitation. (3) every public building if other is not specified, the specified minimum KDH 30% (thirty-perseratus). Article 23 (1) the height of the building is determined in accordance with the Spatial Plan. (2) for the location of its spatial layout has not been created, the maximum height of the building is defined by the head of Department to consider the width of the road, building safety, building functions, power support and the capacity of the land, the intensity of land use as well as harmony and preservation of the environment in accordance with laws and regulations. (3) every building erected must not violate the provisions of minimum free distance building specified in RTRW, RDTR RTBL, and/or. Article 24 (1) line the border of the outlying buildings Foundation aligned with u.s. roads (roads plan), and/or the banks of the river around the buildings is determined based on the width of the road/Street/River-wide plans, function-allocation/streets and neighborhoods. (2) the location of the boundary line of the foundation building the main building on the outer side of the borders with neighbors determined the lowest two metres from the border-or on the basis of an agreement with neighboring borders with each other. (3) the Boundary Line for building built below ground level to a maximum of berhimpit with the line of the border fence, and were not allowed to cross the line the grounds. Article 25 (1) of the fence bordering the path specified a maximum height of 1.5 (one half) meters from the surface of the page/sidewalk with transparent or opaque. (2) the curved lines of the fence at the corner of the intersection is determined by a particular radius size on the basis of the function and the role of the road and should not interfere with the view of endangering traffic. Article 26 (1) Terrace/loft is not justified given the wall as enclosed space. (2) the attic are not allowed to lead/overlook-neighbors, without the approval of neighbors. Article 27 (1) the construction of an outlying parking lot Line/oversteck which leads to the neighbors, are not allowed to cross the line yard bordering neighbors. (2) If a building definable boundary line berhimpit line with the border fence, the stream of the roof of a parking lot/oversteck should be given talang talang and the pipeline should be routed to the ground. (3) Prohibited placing the vents/ventilation/window on a wall directly adjacent to the neighbors. Article 28 (1) line the outer construction and Foundation of the building of the Tower water, septic tanks, ponds or other buildings besides the building spaces arranged with the regulation of the Regent. (2) the building referred to in subsection (1) are prohibited from changing the function of the building space. http://www.bphn.go.id/13 (3) line the outer Foundation emergency or temporary buildings is determined based on the directions Service. (4) an emergency or temporary prohibited Building changed its status to become a permanent or semi-permanent buildings. Article 29 Border waste water channels or asseinering set the lowest one (1) meters of the channel, for inspection. Article 30 (1) distance between time/one-storey building blocks in a single-or intercompany-at least two (2) meters. (2) the distance between time/2-storey building building block s/d 4 (two to four) in a single-or intercompany-at least 3 meters (two). (3) every public building must have a distance of time/building blocks of at least 6 (six) meters with surrounding buildings and three (3) meters with borderline-. (4) the more detailed Provisions about the distance between the building following the provision in the applicable technical standards. Article 31 the provisions regarding boundary lines in accordance with laws-invitation. Article 32 (1) the terms of architectural building as stipulated in article 15 covers the requirements for the appearance of the building, the space within, balance, harmony, and building harmony with their environment, as well as consideration of the existence of a balance between the socio-cultural values of the local application of various developments towards architecture and engineering. (2) the appearance of the building referred to in subsection (1) must be designed taking into account the norms of aesthetic forms, characteristic architecture, and the surrounding environment. (3) the appearance of the building in the heritage area, should be designed taking into account the preservation rules. (4) the appearance of the building which was erected adjacent to the building that has been preserved, must be designed taking into account the rules of aesthetic forms and characteristics of the architecture of the building preserved. Article 33 (1) spatial-in as stipulated in article 32 must consider function space, the architecture of the building and building reliability. (2) consideration of the function space is manifested in spatial efficiency and effectiveness-in. (3) consideration of the architecture of the building is manifested in the fulfillment of the spatial-in against the norms of the overall architecture of the building. (4) the consideration of the reliability of buildings realized in fulfillment of the requirements of the safety, health, comfort, and ease-the space within. Article 34 (1) balance, harmony, and the alignment of the building with its environment as stipulated in article 32 should consider the creation of spaces outside the building and open green space that is balanced, harmonious, and in harmony with its environment. (2) Considerations against the creation of spaces outside buildings and green open spaces realized in resapan area of eligibility, access, circulation rescue vehicles and human beings, as well as satisfy the needs of infrastructures and means outside the building. Article 35 (1) every building is not allowed to obstruct the view of road traffic. (2) every building is not allowed to interfere with or cause interference to security, public safety, balance/environmental conservation and environmental health. http://www.bphn.go.id/


14 (3) every building is built/not allowed over the river/channel/sewer/drainage trench. Article 36 (1) the application of environmental impact control requirements as stipulated in article 15 applies to the building could pose an important impact on the environment. (2) any established building that raises important impacts should be compiled documents AMDAL. (3) Each established a building used for business/activities not included in the mandatory criteria mandatory AMDAL create documents UKL-UPL. (4) any established building used for business/activities not included in the mandatory criteria mandatory UPL-UKL make SPPL. (5) the filing of the application for BUILDING PERMITS for buildings intended as referred to paragraph (2), subsection (3), and subsection (4) must be accompanied by a recommendation from the agency that handles the management of the environment. (6) the provisions on the mandatory building criteria AMDAL, UKL-UPL and SPPL as referred to in paragraph (2), subsection (3), and subsection (4) is subject to further regulation of Regent. Article 37 (1) RTBL is setting the terms of the layout of the building as a follow-up RTRW Districts/cities and/or RDTR, used in control of a region of space utilization and the draft Guide as the region to realize the unity of character as well as the quality of the building and a sustainable environment. (2) the RTBL contains subject matter and building environmental program terms, common plan and guide the design, investment plan, the provisions of the control of the plan, and control the implementation of guidelines. Article 38 (1) RTBL compiled by local authorities or on the basis of a partnership of local government, private, and/or the community in accordance with the level of problems on the environment/region concerned. (2) preparation of the RTBL based on pattern arrangement of building and environment which include repairs, development back, new developments, and/or preservation for: a. the area woke up; b. protected areas and preserved; c. potential new developed area; and/or d. regions are mixed. (3) drafting of the RTBL referred to in subsection (1) is carried out after obtaining the technical considerations and public opinion TABG. (4) Regulation set RTBL Regent. Article 39 buildings built above and/or below the ground, water or infrastructure and public facilities as stipulated in article 17 paragraph (3) the filing of the application for the building permit was done after getting approval from the authorities. Article 40 (1) the construction of the building in the underground crossing infrastructure and/or public facilities as stipulated in article 39 must be: a. in accordance with RTRW, RDTR RTBL, and/or; b. not for occupancy or habitation; c. do not interfere with the functions of the facilities and infrastructure that are under the ground; d. meet health requirements of the appropriate functions of the building; e. have the means specific to the interests of security and safety for users of the building; and f. consider resources support neighborhood. (2) the construction of the building below and/or above the water as stipulated in article 39 must be: a. in accordance with RTRW, RDTR RTBL, and/or; b. do not interfere with the balance of the environment, and the function of the protected area; c. do not cause changes in water currents that could damage the environment; d. do not cause pollution; and e. have been considering factors of safety, health, comfort, and convenience for the users of the building. http://www.bphn.go.id/3 (3) the construction of a building on top of infrastructure and/or public facilities as stipulated in article 39 must be: a. in accordance with RTRW, RDTR RTBL, and/or; b. do not interfere with the functioning of infrastructures and means that are underneath and/or around it; c. keep paying attention to building harmony to the environment; and d. meets the requirements of the appropriate safety and health functions of the building. (4) BUILDING PERMITS for construction of the building referred to in subsection (1), subsection (2), and subsection (3) is obligated to get technical considerations TABG and public opinion. (5) further Provisions on the construction of the building above and/or below the ground, water, and/or the infrastructure of public facilities following the applicable technical standards. Paragraph 3 of article Building Reliability Requirements 41 building Reliability Requirements referred to in article 8 paragraph (3) the letter b include the requirements of the safety, health, comfort, and convenience. Article 42 safety requirements referred to in Article 41 includes building capability requirements to support the burden of the charge, as well as building the capability in preventing and tackling the fire hazard and danger of lightning. Article 43 (1) every building, the structure should be planned strong/sturdy, stable and in bearing the burden/load combinations and meets the requirements of kelayanan (serviceability) during the age of planned service taking into account the function of the building, location, durability, and the possibility of the implementation of its construction. (2) the ability to bear loads taken into account against the influences of action as a result of the loads that might work as long as the age structure of the service, either a fixed charge or burden the load charge while arising due to the earthquake and wind. (3) in planning the structure of the building against earthquakes, all elements of the structure of the building, both part of the structure or the structure of the building, should be taken into account bearing the influence of earthquake zones in accordance with the plan of gempanya. (4) the structure of the building should be planned in daktail so that the imposition of conditions on a planned maximum, if there is a collapse structure condition can still allow users building save themselves. (5) the provisions regarding the imposition, resistance to earthquakes and/or wind, and the calculation of its structure following the guidelines and technical standards in force. Article 44 (1) every building, except a single home and home series is simple, to be protected against the danger of fire protection system with passive and active protection. (2) the application of passive protection system as referred to in subsection (1) is based on the functions/fire risk classification, the geometry of space, building materials attached, and/or number and condition of the residents in the building. (3) the implementation of active protection system as referred to in subsection (1) is based on the function, classification, area, height, volume, and/or building number and the condition of the occupants in the building. (4) every building with spacious, classification, functions, number of floors, and/or with a certain number of occupants must have fire security management unit. (5) further Provisions regarding the procedures for planning, installation, and maintenance of the protection system of the passive and active protection and application of fire security management guidelines and technical standards in force. http://www.bphn.go.id/


16 Section 45 (1) every building which is based on the geographic properties, layout, shape, height, and use risk exposed to lightning strikes must be completed with the installation of lightning rods. (2) a lightning rod System designed and installed should be able to reduce significantly the risk of damage due to lightning strikes against buildings and equipment diproteksinya, as well as protect human beings in it. (3) further Provisions regarding the procedures for planning, installation, maintenance of lightning system installation follow the guidelines and technical standards in force. Article 46 (1) every building that is equipped with electrical installation including electrical resources should be guaranteed a secure, reliable, and familiar environment. (2) further Provisions regarding the procedures for planning, installation, inspection and maintenance of electrical installation follow the guidelines and technical standards in force. Article 47 (1) every building for the public interest, or special function buildings should be equipped with adequate safeguards system to prevent threatening the safety of occupants and possessions due to the explosive disaster. (2) further Provisions regarding the procedures for planning, installation, maintenance of security system installation follow the guidelines and technical standards in force. Article 48 building health requirements include system requirements penghawaan, lighting, sanitation, and the use of building materials. Article 49 (1) to meet the system requirements penghawaan, each building must have a natural ventilation and/or mechanical/artificial ventilation in accordance with their functions. (2) Ventilation Requirements are taken into account to meet the needs of circulation and exchange the air in space comply with the function space. (3) Natural Ventilation should consist of permanent openings, window, door or other means that can be opened in accordance with the requirements and technical standards in force. (4) Extensive natural ventilation into account a minimum area of 5% (five perseratus) from the diventilasi floor area. (5) in the case of natural ventilation does not qualify as referred to in paragraph (4), should be provided the mechanical or artificial ventilation. (6) in case of mechanical or artificial ventilation is used, the system should work continuously as long as the space is inhabited. (7) the use of mechanical or artificial ventilation must take into account the magnitude of the recommended air exchange for various function spaces in building appropriate guidelines and technical standards in force. Article 50 (1) to meet the requirements of the lighting system, each building must have natural lighting and/or artificial, in accordance with their functions. (2) lighting Requirements include the need for a room in the building, the area outside the buildings, roads, parks, and other exterior areas, including areas in the open air where lighting is needed. (3) utilization of natural lighting should be attempted optimally on building, adapted to the building function and the function of each room in the building. (4) the artificial lighting in the building must be selected flexibly, effectively and in accordance with the level of illumination required appropriate function space in the building, taking into account efficiency and conservation of energy use and its placement does not cause glare or reflection effects. http://www.bphn.go.id/17 (5) the artificial lighting used for the emergency lighting referred to in paragraph (1) should be installed on buildings with specific functions, and can work automatically and has a level of sufficient lighting for a safe evacuation. (6) All artificial lighting system, unless required for emergency lighting, must be equipped with manual control, and/or automatic, and placed on a place that is easily accessible/readable by the user space. (7) the magnitude of the needs of the natural lighting and/or artificial in the building is calculated based on the guidelines and technical standards in force. Article 51 in order to meet the requirements of sanitation system, every building must be equipped with a system of clean water, dirty water disposal system and/or waste water, dirt and garbage, as well as channelling rainwater. Article 52 (1) building in sanitation systems meet the requirements of the clean water/drinking water as stipulated in article 51 should be planned: a. consider the source of clean water/drinking water well from a water source, and/or other water sources; b. the quality of clean water/drinking water that meets health requirements; c. shelter system that meets the eligibility of building functions; and d. the distribution system to meet minimum water discharge and pressure in accordance with the requirements. (2) other water Sources as referred to in paragraph (1) can be either: a. a tub of rainwater catchment; and b. spring mountain. (3) local Governments foster the provision of clean water/drinking water as referred to in paragraph (2) to be clean water/drinking water which meets the standards. Article 53 Any environment must be equipped with the system of disposal of dirty water and sewage water that meets the applicable technical standards. Article 54 (1) dirty water that comes from human waste dumped into septic-tanks, equipped with the well peresapan. (2) dirty water and/or wastewater flowed into a well peresapan or city using the public channel pipes are closed. (3) the location of the well peresapan as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) should be qualified as follows: a. a least 10 (ten) metres of clean drinking water sources/nearby; b. in the event of a slope of land, peresapan wells must be located lower than the location of the source of the drinking water/cleaner; c. other provisions meet the required/caused by a condition in the soil. (4) the planning and installation of a network of dirty water and wastewater following the provision of technical guidelines and standards. Article 55 every building that produces waste that creates pollution must be equipped with a means of processing waste. Article 56 (1) every building should provide shelters dirt and garbage that is accounted based on the function of building, number of occupants and the volume of dirt and garbage. (2) each environment should be equipped with garbage disposal are safe and in compliance with applicable provisions. Article 57 (1) channeling rain water System should be planned taking into account: a. the height of ground water; b. soil permeability; and c. drainage network availability environment. http://www.bphn.go.id/


18 (2) every building and pekarangannya distribution system should be equipped with rainwater. (3) the channelling of rainwater System must meet the following conditions: a. within a yard should be made the rain water sewer can be connected with the city's public channel or with the making of the well resapan; b. the above channels must have a size that is large enough and sufficient slope to be able to drain the entire water well; c. the rain water that falls from the roof or gutter pipe building cannot fall out of bounds yards and should be immediately channelled kesaluran above ground level with a pipe or open channel partner, or streamed to the well resapan on the farm yard. (4) the rain water must be ground into their yard and/or streamed to the well resapan before drainage network streamed to the environment, except in an area: a. with the face area of groundwater (less than 3 meters); and b. the slopes are generally easy to avalanche. (5) for the area referred to in paragraph (2) letter a and letter b direct rain water flowed into the River, reservoir or empang through drainage system environment. (6) standard rain water channeling system follow guidelines and technical standards in force. Article 58 (1) building in the use of building materials meet the requirements of the building that is safe for the health of the users referred to in Article 48 should be planned: a. do not contain hazardous materials/toxic; and b. building materials should be safe for the users of the building. (2) Building Materials as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a and letter b can be identified through: a. information brochure in building materials manufacturer; and b. the testing in the laboratory. Article 59 (1) Building Materials as stipulated in article 58 paragraph (1) letter b should: a. do not cause glare and reflection of the rays; b. do not cause the effects of an increase in the temperature of the environment; c. supporting energy savings; and d. supporting harmony with its environment. (2) building materials used follows the guidelines and technical standards in force. Article 60 (1) the use of building materials will make the use of building materials to local/domestic production, with a local content of at least 60% (sixty-perseratus). (2) the use of building materials should consider durability and health in the utilization of the building. (3) the construction materials used must meet the engineering requirements in accordance with its functions, as required in the STANDARD about the specifics of building materials. (4) conditions of use of building materials as referred to in subsection (1) need to consider the following matters: a. the influence of hot climates, rain, humidity, durability or age materials; b. the influence of vertical and horizontal loads; c. the influence due to the reflection of the Sun's light and heat such as glare and increasing air temperature; d. fire hazard; e. aesthetic planned. (5) the use of building materials containing toxic or dangerous chemicals, must get a recommendation from related institutions and carried out by experts. (6) Exemption from the provisions referred to in subsection (1) must get a recommendation from Regent or officer appointed. http://www.bphn.go.id/19 Article 61 building comfort Requirements as referred to in article 41 includes: a. the comfort of space; b. relationship of convenience antarruang; c. comfort air condition in the room; d. comfort view; e. comforts against vibration; and f. comfort against noise. Article 62 (1) to get the convenience of space in the building, building organizers should consider: a. the function space, number of users, furniture/equipment, accessibility, space in the building; and b. the safety and health requirements. (2) to get the comfort of antarruang relationship building, organizers should consider: a. the function space, accessibility of space, and the number of users/equipment and furnishings in the building; b. antarruang horizontal and vertical circulation; and c. the requirements of safety and health. (3) further Provisions regarding the procedures for planning space and comfort antarruang on building relations in accordance with the technical guidelines and standards that apply. Article 63 (1) to obtain comfort conditions of air space in the building, building organizers should consider the temperature and humidity. (2) to get the levels of temperature and humidity in a room can be done with air conditioning by considering: a. function building/space, number of users, the location, volume of space, types of equipment, and the use of building materials; b. ease of maintenance and upkeep; and c. the principles of energy conservation and environmental sustainability. (3) further Provisions regarding the procedures for planning, installation, and maintenance of the air condition comfort on a building in accordance with the technical guidelines and standards that apply. Article 64 (1) to get the comfort of the views, the organisers should consider building a bit of comfort in the building to the outside and from outside a building to certain spaces in the building. (2) to get a bit of comfort in the building to the outside of the building, the organizers should consider: a. the composition of masses of buildings, the design of the spatial-openings, inside and outside buildings, exterior form and design; b. utilization of the potential of space outside the building and the provision of green open spaces; and c. Prevention of disturbance of glare and reflection of light. (3) to get the comfort of a view from the outside into the building, the organizers should consider building: a. draft spatial-openings, inside and outside buildings, and the design of the outer shape of the building; and b. the existence of existing building and/or will there be in the vicinity. (4) further Provisions regarding the procedures for planning a comfort view of building in accordance with the technical guidelines and standards that apply. Article 65 (1) to get a comfort level against vibration on building building, organizers should consider this type of activity, use of equipment, and/or other sources of vibration in the building and outside the building. (2) further Provisions regarding the procedures for the planning level of comfort against vibration on building in accordance with the technical guidelines and standards that apply. http://www.bphn.go.id/


20 Article 66 (1) to get a comfort level against noise in the building, building organizers should consider this type of activity, use of equipment, and/or other sources of noise in the building and outside the building. (2) every building and/or activities because of its function poses to the environment and noise impact of/or against an existing building, it must minimize noise caused up to levels that are permitted. (3) further Provisions regarding the procedures for planning against noise level of comfort in the building in accordance with the technical guidelines and standards that apply. Article 67 (1) ease of building Requirements as referred to in article 41 includes: a. ease of connection to, from and within the building; and b. completeness of infrastructures and means of utilization in the building. (2) ease of relationships as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a include: a. ease of horizontal and vertical antarruang relationship in the building; b. the availability of access to evacuation; and c. the availability of facilities and accessibility that is easy, secure, and convenient for the disabled and elderly. (3) the completeness of infrastructures and means referred to in paragraph (1) letter b tailored to the function of the building and building site environmental requirements. Article 68 (1) ease of relationships horizontal antarruang in the building as stipulated in article 67 paragraph (2) letter a form providing the doors and/or corridor which is adequate for this function of the building. (2) the number, size, and type of door, in a room be considered based on the quantity of space, function space, and amount of user space. (3) the direction of the door openings in a room are considered on the function space and safety aspects. (4) the size of the corridor as a horizontal access antarruang considered on corridors function, function space, and number of users. (5) further Provisions regarding the procedures for planning the doors and corridors of the follow guidelines and technical standards in force. Article 69 (1) ease of vertical antarruang relationship within the building as stipulated in article 67 paragraph (2) letter a, namely the availability of a means of vertical antarlantai relationship sufficient to function in this building in the form of stairs, elevators, stairwells, ram walking/escalator, and/or floor walking/travelator (2) the number, size, and construction of a means of vertical relations should be based on the function of the building, the building area, and the number of user space , as well as the safety of building users. Article 70 (1) every building with a height above floor 5 (five) should provide a means of vertical relationship in the form of lif. (2) the number, capacity, and the specification of vertical relations as a means of elevators in the building must be able to perform services that are optimal for the vertical circulation in buildings, in accordance with the function and the number of users of the building. (3) any building that uses a lif must provide your lif ... (4) the Lif fire referred to in subsection (3) may be lif special fire or lif or lif regular passenger items that can be set to operate so that in an emergency can be used exclusively by officers of the fire. (5) further Provisions regarding the procedures for planning, installation and maintenance of elevators in compliance with the technical guidelines and standards that apply. http://www.bphn.go.id/21 of article 71 (1) every building, except a single home and home series is simple, it should provide a means of evacuation system that includes warning danger to users, emergency exits and evacuation that can ensure the ease of building users to conduct evacuation from inside the building is securely in the event of a disaster or emergency. (2) the provision of hazard warning system for users, emergency exits and evacuation line as referred to in subsection (1) is adjusted with the function and the classification of the building, the number and condition of the building users, as well as the distance of the attainment to a safe place. (3) the means of emergency exits and evacuation paths should be equipped with a direction sign is easy to read and clear. (4) every building with spacious, classification, functions, number of floors, and/or the number of occupants in the building management should have a specific disaster relief or emergency. (5) further Provisions regarding the procedures for planning a means of evacuation in accordance with the technical guidelines and standards that apply. Article 72 (1) every building, except a single home and home series of the simple, should provide the facilities and accessibility to ensure the attainment of convenience for the disabled and seniors get into and out of the building as well as activity in the building easily, safely, comfortably and independently. (2) accessibility and Facilities referred to in subsection (1) includes restrooms, parking/parking areas, public phone, line guides, signs and markings, doors, ram, stairs, and elevators for the disabled and the elderly. (3) the provision of facilities and accessibility with customized functionality, wide, and the height of the building. (4) the provisions concerning sizing, construction, the number of facilities and accessibility for the disabled in accordance with the provisions in the guidelines and technical standards in force. Article 73 (1) every building for public interest must provide the completeness of infrastructures and means of utilization of building, include: a. the space of worship; b. dressing room; c. infant spaces; d. toilet; e. parking spaces; f. the trashcan; and g. communication and information facilities to provide ease for users in building activity in the building. (2) the provision of infrastructures and means adapted to the function of the building and area, as well as the number of users of the building. (3) further Provisions regarding the procedures for planning and maintenance of the completeness of the infrastructure and means of utilization of building in accordance with the technical guidelines and standards that apply. Article 74 (1) completeness of infrastructures and means is a must for all building to the public interest. (2) the completeness of the infrastructure and facilities should be adequate in accordance with the functions of the public buildings. (3) the completeness of the supporting facilities and infrastructure building referred to in subsection (1), include: a. means of prevention and countermeasures against fire hazard; b. parking lot; c. vertical transportation; d. means of tata air; e. disabled facilities; f. means of rescue. http://www.bphn.go.id/22 the fourth part of the old Building and Building Custom Paragraph 1 local wisdom of article 75 (1) of the old building and/or building custom established by the traditional rule should be preserved because it is a legacy of local wisdom and typical of the Region in the field of building architecture which can be used as inspiration to build the building. (2) Building a new building by local governments are rated important and strategic, in perencanannya should utilize the traditional elements. Paragraph 2 of article 76 Requirement of the Administrative Requirements for the building of the old building and/or building custom referred to in Section 75 subsection (1) is referred to in article 8 paragraph (2). Article 77 the technical requirements of the old building and/or building custom referred to in Section 75 subsection (1) is referred to in article 8 paragraph (3). Part five Semi Permanent Building and Building Emergency or temporary Article 78 (1) semi permanent building used for main activities and/or supporting activities. (2) the main activities as referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. activities of the exhibition in the form of building platforms; and b. the residential activity in the form of residential building. (3) ancillary Activities as referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. residential activity in the form of basecamp; b. the development activities in the form of Directors keet or Office and warehouse projects; and c. the exhibition activities/promotion in the form of a simple mock-up House, home of the post-earthquake, houses pre-cast, knock down homes. (4) building semi-permanent as referred to in paragraph (1) can be upgraded to a permanent building along its location in accordance with the provisions of the location and meet the guidelines and technical standards applicable building construction. Article 79 (1) emergency or temporary building used for main activities and/or supporting activities. (2) the function of the main activities as referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. residential activity in the form of basecamp; and b. the business activities/kiosk trading be temporary shelters. (3) ancillary activities of the Functions referred to in subsection (1) includes functions for building: a. activities of the disaster management and relief aid in the form of posts, communal kitchen; b. activities of bathing, washing, and latrines; and c. the development activities in the form of Directors keet or Office and warehouse projects. (4) building referred to in subsection (1) is required after completion of the dismantled the utilization or the extension of its utilization. The sixth Building at the location of the Potentially Disastrous Nature of article 80 (1) building in the entire area should be planned based on provisions for earthquake resistant construction for zone 3 and zone 4 (four) or micro-zoning which is set to the location of the town in question. http://www.bphn.go.id/


23 (2) building referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. the building in General, except for the residential home building and home runs are one (1) floor; and b. specific building. (3) building of a residential home and home series floor 1 (one) as referred to in paragraph (2) letter a, can be established with the principal requirements that meet the minimum requirements of the construction to avoid total collapse. (4) building in the area of natural disaster-prone ground motion must satisfy the following conditions: a. planned for earthquake resistant building construction; b. equipped buildings anchoring, anchor (anchor) and pilling; c. equipped terracing with a proper drainage system; d. do greening with rooting system and appropriate planting distances around the building; e. soil compaction is done; f. retaining embankment equipped for the crumbling of rocks (rock fall); g. done closing the breach in the top of the slope to prevent the incoming water rapidly into the ground; and h. the Foundation pillar of the stake. Article 81 (1) the construction of a building in the area of Disaster-prone Volcano should match the allocation under RTRW. (2) the angle of the roof should be able to avoid a buildup of dust of volcanic eruptions by means of: a. the tilt angle of the roof of at least 40 ° (forty degrees); and b. plane of the roof should be flat areas or do not form an angle of slope angle change of fault/. (3) the roof as referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. the roof of the main building; and b. an extra overstek to the roof terrace, garage, and Windows. CHAPTER IV ORGANIZATION of BUILDING Technical Planning is considered Part of the paragraph 1 of document Plan Technical Article 82 (1) the construction of the building carried out through technical planning and implementation stages, along with pengawasannya. (2) the construction of the building was carried out in an orderly mandatory administrative and technical to ensure the reliability of the building without causing important impacts on the environment. (3) the construction of the building referred to in subsection (1) the following rules apply, scalable development, functional, procedural, taking into account the existence of a balance between social values the local culture to the development of architecture, science and technology. Article 83 (1) building technical Planning performed by service providers planning building that has a certificate in accordance with the laws and regulations except for: a. a single home is simple; b. home runs are simple; c. building in addition to the House with an area up to 250 m2 (two hundred fifty square meters); d. two-storey building with an area of up to 250 m2 (two hundred fifty square meters). (2) Technical Planning for simple single-home and home series of the simple as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a and letter b can be prepared by the owner of the building. (3) the technical Planning for the building in addition to the House with an area up to 250 m2 and building two floors with an area of up to 250 m2 as referred to in paragraph (1) of the letters c and d letter prepared by people who are expert/experienced. http://www.bphn.go.id/24 (4) the scope of the technical planning services building referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. the preparation of concept planning; b. prarencana; c. the development of the plan; d. the plan details; e. implementation of the construction documents; f. granting of explanation and evaluation of procurement services implementation; g. periodic supervision of the execution of the construction of the building; and h. the drafting instructions building utilization. (5) the technical building Planning is done on the basis of terms of reference and working document working ties. (6) the technical Planning should be compiled in a document the technical plan of building based on the technical requirements of the building in accordance with the location, function, and the classification of the building. (7) the technical building plan Documents include: a. the plan of technical architecture, structure and construction, mechanical and electrical, gardening; b. spatial plan-in in the form of a picture of the plan; c. the picture detail of implementation; d. work plan and administrative requirements; e. General terms and technical terms; f. budget plan the cost of development; and g. the planning report. (8) the working relationship between the provider of technical planning and building owners should be implemented based on the bonds of work set forth in a written agreement in accordance with the legislation. Article 84 (1) the technical plan Documents examined, assessed, approved, and passed to obtain BUILDING PERMITS. (2) a technical plan document Checks carried out by considering the completeness of the documents in accordance with the function and the classification of the building. (3) a technical plan documents the assessment carried out by doing the evaluation of the fulfilment of the technical requirements to consider aspects of the location, function, and the classification of the building. (4) in terms of the building to the public interest, the assessment of the technical building plan documents as referred to in paragraph (3) mandatory technical considerations got expert team building. (5) the assessment of technical plan documents the building of important impacts, mandatory technical considerations got expert team building and pay attention to the results of a public hearing. (6) the assessment of the technical building plan documents specific functions carried out by the Government with coordinating with local authorities and got a technical consideration of the expert team building, as well as paying attention to the results of a public hearing. (7) the technical plan towards the document meets the requirements in accordance with the assessment referred to in paragraph (3) was approved and ratified by the head of Department unless special function building by the Government. Article 85 Technical Planning as referred to in article 82 paragraph (1) is not required for: a. a building emergency or temporary in nature; and b. the job of maintenance/repair of the building, among other things: 1. fix building with no change of construction and building floor area; 2. memplester, repairing cracked buildings and repair the building floor layers; 3. fix the cover of the roof without altering its construction; 4. fix the hole of light/air not more than one (1) m2; 5. create a page without separator construction; and 6. fix the ceiling without changing other tissues. http://www.bphn.go.id/25 Paragraph 2 IMB Article 86 (1) every person or entity that would build new, modify, extend, reduce, and/or taking care of building required to have IMB. (2) the process of Issuing BUILDING PERMITS as referred to in subsection (1) is adjusted with a single building. (3) classifications of buildings as referred to in paragraph (2) is as follows: a. the building in General, include the following: 1. residential home building simple single, include: a core of home grown, healthy, simple home and home series is simple; 2. building occupancy of single-home and home series with up to 2 (two) floors; and 3. residential home building is not simple two floors or more. b. other building in General. 1. building for the public interest; and 2. building a special function of article 87 (1) before applying for BUILDING PERMITS, the applicant must request a description of the plan for the location of the concerned district to the Regent. (2) a description of the County plan as referred to in paragraph (1) contains: a. the function of the building can be built on the site in question; b. the maximum height of a building is permitted; c. number of floor/building layer below the surface of the ground and KTB are permitted; d. the boundary line and the distance the minimum-free building is allowed; e. KDB allowed maximum; f. maximum allowed of the OUTBREAK; g. KDH minimum required; h. KTB allowed maximum; and i. the city utility networks. (3) if the site in question is located in the disaster-prone or polluted the soil conditions of the location, then the County plan in the description must be attached special provisions that apply to the specified location. (4) a description of the city plan as referred to in paragraph (3) is used as the basis for drafting the technical plan of the building. Article 88 (1) to obtain BUILDING PERMITS, the applicant submits an application to the Regents and the administrative documents and furnished the technical documents, as well as documents/supporting letters. (2) Administrative Document referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. document the status of land rights; and b. the document status of the ownership of the building. (3) Technical Documents referred to in subsection (1) in the form of technical plan document. (4) Documents supporting letters are associated as referred to in paragraph (1) be: a. SIPPT; b. recommendations of the relevant agencies; c. environmental document with the following conditions: 1. document the AMDAL for building poses an important impact on the environment; 2. the document of UKL-UPL for buildings used for business/activities not included in the mandatory criteria AMDAL; or 3. SPPL for buildings used for business/activities not included in the mandatory criteria of UKL-UPL. (5) the provisions on the document referred to in subsection (2), subsection (3) and subsection (4), subject to the regulations of the Regent. http://www.bphn.go.id/


26 Article 89 (1) the application for BUILDING PERMITS as stipulated in article 88 is processed in the following order: a. examination; and b. the study. (2) the examination of application for BUILDING PERMITS as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a include record keeping and administrative documents the completeness of research and technical plan document. (3) the study of application for BUILDING PERMITS as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b include: a. study of technical eligibility; b. assessment of conformity with the provisions/requirements of building layout; c. assessment of conformity with the provisions/requirements for the reliability of building by TABG; d. public hearing; and e. a technical consideration by TABG. (4) further Provisions regarding the process of issuing BUILDING PERMITS as referred to in paragraph (1), subsection (2) and paragraph (3) subject to the regulations of the Regent. Article 90 (1) IMB issued 14 (fourteen) days counted since the petition for IMB administrative documents and completeness and technical documents as well as documents/letters supporting associated accepted in full. (2) the issuance of BUILDING PERMITS as referred to in paragraph (1) may be delayed based on the following reasons: a. required additional time to conduct a study of the application for BUILDING PERMITS; b. being done the preparation, evaluation, and/or revision RTRW, RDTR and/or RTBL. (3) delays in the issuance of BUILDING PERMITS as referred to in paragraph (2) could only be done once and to within 8 (eight) months since the receipt of the application for BUILDING PERMITS. (4) the delay the issuance of BUILDING PERMITS as referred to in paragraph (2) was poured in written form and accompanied by the reason of delays with the letter head of the SEGWAY is responsible in the field of integrated licensing services. Article 91 If prior to IMB, the applicant body in the shape of IMB disbanded or individual applicant dies then the IMB is not processed. Article 92 Obligations have IMB excluded for the following activities: a. the manufacture of ventilation holes, lighting and so on is not more than 1 m2 (one square meter) with the longest side horizontal no more than 2 m (two metres); b. the maintenance/repair of buildings with spacious does not add, modify floor plans, construction or reconstruction of buildings for which it has been granted; c. the establishment of a permanent building is not for cages pets, garden and similar; d. manufacture of indoor ornamental, and similar flagpole in the courtyard the courtyard of the House; e. establishment of the building supplies that have obtained BUILDING PERMITS; and f. the repair building damaged due to natural disasters or calamities, the building affected by the eviction because of the public interest and not stray from the IMB which had owned. Article 93 (1) in the event of a change of ownership of the building, the new building owners can apply changes to IMB. (2) the requirements and procedures of filing the change of BUILDING PERMITS as referred to in paragraph (1) are governed by the rules of Regent. Article 94 (1) IMB may be revoked if: a. within 6 (six) months after the BUILDING PERMITS issued, the holder of the permit has not been doing the job in earnest and convincing; b. the work stalled for 3 (three) consecutive months and turned out not to be continued; c. the permit issued is based on incorrect information; or d. the development of technical plans deviate from the certified. http://www.bphn.go.id/27 (2) for the removal of IMB as referred to in paragraph (1) established by the decision of the Regents. (3) revocation of prior BUILDING PERMITS as referred to in paragraph (2), to the holders of IMB first assigned a warning in writing. (4) against the revocation of IMB as referred to in paragraph (2), to the holder of the IMB was given the opportunity to file objections. Article 95 (1) every person or entity that would set up an emergency or temporary building required to have IMB temporarily provided by Regent. (2) emergency or temporary building referred to in subsection (1) may be given consideration based on the provisional BUILDING PERMITS: a. function the planned building has the age of service 3 (three) up to 5 (five) years; b. the nature of the emergency structure; and c. the maximum utilization period of 6 (six) months which can be extended with specific consideration. Article 96 (1) to obtain BUILDING PERMITS while as stipulated in article 95 paragraph (1), the applicant applied for BUILDING PERMITS while with equipped with the administrative and technical documents documents, as well as documents/supporting letters. (2) Administrative Document referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. document the status of land rights; and b. the document status of the ownership of the building. (3) Technical Documents referred to in subsection (1) in the form of technical architecture plan. (4) documents/letters supporting associated as referred to in paragraph (1) be: a. SIPPT; and b. recommendations from relevant agencies. (5) the provisions on the document referred to in subsection (2), subsection (3) and paragraph (4) subject to the regulations of the Regent. Article 97 (1) the application for provisional BUILDING PERMITS as referred to in article 95 is processed in the following order: a. examination; and b. the study. (2) further Provisions regarding the procedures for the issuance of BUILDING PERMITS while arranged with Rules of Regent. Article 98 while the IMB as stipulated in article 95 is given 14 (fourteen) days counted since the petition for IMB administrative documents and completeness of temporary and technical documents as well as documents/letters supporting associated accepted in full. Paragraph 3 of article 99 Building Logging (1) local governments do logging in conjunction with the building process of the IMB. (2) building Logging is done based on the data in the application for BUILDING PERMITS that have been passed. (3) the results of the logging building arranged is building information systems that constantly up-date (updated) every day. (4) building logging procedures follow the technical guidelines in accordance with the legislation. The second part of the construction and supervision of the implementation of Paragraph 1 of article 100 of the construction Implementation (1) implementation of the construction of the building began after the building owners obtain BUILDING PERMITS. http://www.bphn.go.id/28 (2) execution of the construction of the building must be based on the technical plan documents that have been approved and ratified. (3) execution of the construction of the building in the form of new buildings, building improvements, additions, alterations and/or building restoration and/or installation, and/or building supplies. Article 101 (1) building construction implementation Activities include: a. the examination documents the implementation; b. preparation of the field; c. construction activity; d. examination of the end of the construction work; and e. the submission of the final outcome of the work. (2) the examination of the implementation of the documents referred to in subsection (1) letter a include an examination of the completeness, truth, and keterlaksanaan construction (constructability) of all documents the execution of the job. (3) preparation of the field referred to in paragraph (1) letter b include: a. the preparation of programme implementation; b. mobilization of resources; and c. the physical preparation of the field. (4) construction Activities as referred to in paragraph (1) riot fc include: a. implementation of physical construction work in the field; b. progress report on the work of creation; c. preparation of working drawings of implementation (shop drawings) and implementation of image work in accordance with the implemented (as built drawings); and d. a maintenance period of construction activities. (5) the implementation of the construction of the building referred to in subsection (1) letter d should apply the principles of safety and occupational health (K3). (6) the activity of the final inspection of construction works referred to in subsection (1) includes the examination of the final results of the building construction work towards compliance with the document's implementation. (7) the end result of the work of implementation of intangible building construction that includes infrastructure functions and be eligible to the facilities that are equipped with: a. document the implementation of the construction; b. the image in accordance with the implementation of the work carried out (as built drawings); c. guidelines for operation and maintenance of buildings, equipment and supplies mechanical and electrical building; and d. document submission of the results of the work. Paragraph 2 Inspection by the local authorities of article 102 (1) local governments carry out the examination of the implementation of construction activities in the fulfillment or breach of the provisions regarding the building. (2) the checks referred to in paragraph (1) as part of the means of control of management by the local Government to order construction activities. (3) the examination referred to in subsection (1) is carried out by officers who are appointed by the head of Department. (4) in carrying out the inspection activities, officers of the examiner as referred to in paragraph (3) must be accompanied by a letter of assignment. Paragraph 3 of article 103 Construction Execution Supervision (1) supervision of building construction can be either: a. the construction supervisory activities; or b. activities of construction management construction building. (2) the supervisory Activities of the construction implementation as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a performed on stage of construction includes: a. supervision costs; b. quality control; c. oversight of time; and http://www.bphn.go.id/


29 d. inspection of kalaikan function building after construction is completed to obtain implementation of the SLF building. (3) construction management Activities as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b is done from the planning phase to the implementation of the technical constructions include: a. cost control; b. quality control; c. control of time; and d. the health inspection functions of the building after construction is completed to obtain implementation of the SLF building. (4) the examination of the health function of the building as referred to in paragraph (2) letter d and subsection (3) the letter d include checking functions, building layout, requirements for safety, health, comfort, and ease, against IMB building has been given. Paragraph 4 service providers Supervision/management of construction of article 104 (1) Supervision/construction management for building a residential home building simple, no other building in General, and a particular building for general interest performed by service providers supervision/management construction building that has a certificate in accordance with the legislation. (2) the scope of the supervisory/management services building construction building abreast of applicable guidelines and standards. (3) the grant of power to service providers supervision/construction management is done with the written work ties. Article 105 Department carry out a technical study for the examination of the health function of the residential home building stayed single and home series. Paragraph 5 SLF Building Article 106 (1) local governments publish SLF against building that has been completely built and have meet the requirements of the health functions based on the results of the examination of the health function of the building as stipulated in article 103 paragraph (4) as a condition to be utilized. (2) the examination of the health function of the building include the following: a. administrative eligibility Examination; and b. the inspection and testing of technical eligibility. (3) the administrative eligibility Examination as referred to in paragraph (2) letter a include: a. the suitability of actual data (last) with the data in the document the status of land rights; b. conformity of actual data (last) with the data in the imb and/or document the status of ownership of the original building have been there/owned; and c. the ownership documents of the IMB. (4) the inspection and testing of the fulfilment of the technical requirements referred to in paragraph (2) letter b include: a. the suitability of actual data (last) with the data in the document implementation of the construction of the building included a picture of the execution of the work in accordance with the implemented (as built drawings), operation and maintenance manual/maintenance building, equipment and supplies mechanical and electrical building (manual), and bond documents work; b. testing/test in the field (on site) and/or in the laboratory to aspects of safety, health, comfort, and convenience, in the structure, equipment, and supplies, as well as building infrastructure building construction on the component or equipment that requires an accurate technical data. (5) an examination of the health function of the building referred to in subsection (3) and subsection (4) is carried out by using the form list refer to the recording of the data measured in the technical building. http://www.bphn.go.id/30 (6) the local Government can conduct joint inspection between relevant agencies with a building and a building for TABG rated as a certain strategic priorities. (7) the results of the examination of the health function of the building referred to in subsection (5) is poured in a news event. (8) provisions on the procedures for the examination of the health function of the building follows the guidelines and technical standards in force. Paragraph 6 of the Ordinance the publishing Process SLF Building Article 107 (1) publication of SLF building is classified according to the degree of complexity of the document review process and inspection/testing the health function of the building. (2) the Classification level of complexity of the proceedings referred to in subsection (1) includes building in General and specific building. (3) Classification as a building is generally referred to in subsection (2) includes the following: a. residential home building simple single encompasses the core of the growing, healthy, simple home and home series is simple; b. building a single home residential and home runs are up to 2 (two) floors; and c. a residential home building is not simple two or more floors, and other buildings in General. (4) the classifications of certain buildings as referred to in paragraph (2) includes the following: a. the building to the public interest; and b. building special functions. Article 108 (1) the expiration of SLF for residential home building simple single and simple sequence is not restricted. (2) the expiration of SLF building to building a single home residential, and home runs are up to 2 (two) floors are set for a period of 20 (twenty) years. (3) the expiration of SLF building for residential home building simple, no other building in General, and specific building assigned for a period of 5 (five) years. Article 109 (1) owners/users of the building applying for SLF building after the completion of the implementation of the construction to the Regent. (2) Submission SLF application referred to in subsection (1): a. the enclosed statement checks the health function of building inspection results or recommendations the health functions of the building; b. List refer to the examination of the health functions of the Building; c. image in accordance with the implementation of the work carried out (as built drawings); and d. administrative documents include the following: 1. change the start or IMB IMB if there are changes to the implementation of the construction; 2. documents/evidence of ownership status of the building; and 3. document the status of land rights. (3) against the petition for the issuance of the SLF referred to in subsection (1) do the examination. (4) the filing of a petition for the issuance of the SLF and the examination referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (3) are governed further by regulations of the Regent. Article 110 (1) Regent published SLF building based on the results of the examination of the health function of the building towards the fulfillment of functions and technical requirements in accordance with the provision of the IMB. (2) the SLF and the extension of the SLF building can be given on the basis of: a. request owners or users of the building at the time of its completion and/or after the completion of the validity period SLF building; b. any change of function, change the load, or change the shape of the building; http://www.bphn.go.id/31 c. existence of rehabilitation/renovation of building damages due to disasters such as earthquakes, tsunamis, fires, flooding and/or other disasters; and d. report of the existence of the community towards building a community safety and harm indicated the surrounding environment. (3) the granting of SLF building published: a. for the new building was completed; and b. If there is a publication of the IMB since it changes the function of the building. (4) the giving of the SLF building except for occupancy of the House accompanied by a building be eligible to sign the label function. (5) the form and completeness of document SLF building building signs and labels be eligible subject to the Regulatory function of the Regent. The third part is the utilization of Building General 1 Paragraph of article 111 (1) utilization of building activities utilizing the building in accordance with the functions defined in the IMB include maintenance activities, maintenance, and inspection at regular intervals. (2) the utilization of buildings can only be done after the building owners obtain the SLF. (3) utilization of mandatory building was undertaken by owners or users in an orderly administrative and technical functions to ensure the health of building without causing important impacts on the environment. (4) the owner of the building to the public interest should follow the program's coverage against a possible failure of the building during the utilization of the building. Paragraph 2 of article 112 Building Maintenance (1) Building Maintenance as stipulated in article 111 paragraph (1) may be made by: a. the owners/users of the building; or b. the service providers maintenance building that has a certificate of expertise in compliance with laws-invitation. (2) the activities of building and equipment maintenance building referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. cleaning; b. perapihan; c. examination; d. testing; e. repair and/or replacement; and f. other such activities in accordance with the guidelines of the operation and maintenance of buildings, equipment and supplies mechanical and electrical building. (3) the frequency or duty cycle of the activities referred to in paragraph (2) for each building and building equipment follows the provisions of the guidelines: a. the operation and maintenance of building equipment and supplies mechanical and electrical; and b. the guidelines and technical standards maintenance building. Article 113 building maintenance implementation Activities should apply the principles of safety and occupational health (K3). Paragraph 3 of article 114 Building Maintenance (1) Building Maintenance as stipulated in article 111 paragraph (1) is conducted by: a. the user/owner of the building; or http://www.bphn.go.id/


32 b. building maintenance service providers who are certified expertise in accordance with laws-invitation. (2) Care building referred to in subsection (1) includes repair and/or replacement of parts of the building, building materials, components, and/or infrastructure and the means of plan document based on technical maintenance building. (3) Building Maintenance is carried out according to the degree of damage to the building include the following: a. the extent of the damage, which includes damage to structural components of non, roofing, ceiling, floor, and wall coverings/partitions; b. the level of moderate damage, including damage to most structural components in the form of roofs, and floors; and c. the rate of heavy damage, including damage to most of the building components are primarily structure. (4) the technical Plan for the care of building the level of moderate damage and the level of heavy damage as referred to in paragraph (3) the letter b and c letters should: a. get technical considerations TABG; and b. the approval agency for the issuance of BUILDING PERMITS. (5) the care of building maintenance service providers use building which has a certificate of expertise in accordance with the legislation. (6) building maintenance procedures follow the guidelines and technical standards in force. Article 115 of the implementation activities of the building care should apply the principles of safety and occupational health (K3). Article 116 (1) implementation of construction on building maintenance activities follow the provisions in article 100, article 101 and article 103. (2) the results of the activities of care referred to in Section 114 subsection (2) is poured in the report treatment used for determination of the consideration of the extension of the SLF are set by local governments. Paragraph 4 Periodic inspection of Building Article 117 (1) periodic building Inspection as referred to in article 111 paragraph (1) is done by the owner and/or building users and service providers can use the technical studies building that has a certificate in accordance with the legislation. (2) periodic inspection of building referred to in subsection (1) is done for the whole or part of the building, building materials, components, and/or infrastructure and means in the framework of maintenance and upkeep of buildings, in order to obtain an extension of the SLF. (3) the activities of the regular building inspection as referred to in paragraph (2) shall be recorded in the form of a report. (4) the provisions concerning the regular building inspection as referred to in paragraph (2) are based on legislation. Paragraph 5 extension of SLF Building Article 118 (1) extension of the SLF building during utilization, published by the local government in the period of time: a. 20 (twenty) years for a single home and home series; and b. 5 (five) years for building more. (2) the extension of the SLF building referred to in subsection (1) is granted based on the results of the examination of the health function of the building towards the fulfilment of the technical requirements and functions of the building in accordance with the IMB. (3) the owner and/or user of a mandatory building applying for an extension of the SLF to local governments at least sixty (60) calendar days before the expiration of SLF ends. http://www.bphn.go.id/33 (4) SLF building provided upon request of the owner for the whole or part of the building in accordance with the results of the examination of the health function of the building. (5) an examination of the health function of the building referred to in subsection (4) is carried out by the service provider technical studies building, except for a single home and home series by local governments. Paragraph 6 supervision of the utilization Building Article 119 (1) building utilization against the Surveillance carried out by the Government and/or regional Governments at the time of submission SLF extension and/or the presence of a report from the community. (2) the Regent can conduct surveillance against a building that has an indication of the changing functions and/or building which endanger the environment. The fourth part 1 paragraph of Common Preservation Article 120 (1) local government doing the protection and preservation of the building and its environment. (2) protection and preservation of the building and its surroundings should be implemented in an orderly and secure the health of administrative functions of the building and the environment in accordance with the legislation. (3) the protection and preservation of the referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. determination of the activities of the building preserved; b. utilization for the function of the building; c. the treatment to maintain the condition of the building; d. restoration to return in accordance with the rate of pelestariannya; and e. the supervision of activities carried out by following the rules of preserving and utilizing science and technology. (4) building and the environment is protected and preserved include: a. the building with the shortest lifespan of 50 (fifty) years; b. representing the shortest style period 50 (fifty) years; and c. is considered to have important values of history, science, and culture as well as the value of architecture. (5) a protected building preserved may include a scale of: a. local/region; b. the province; and c. nationwide. Paragraph 2 the determination of the Building is protected and Preserved by article 121 (1) owners, the public, local authorities and/or the Government can propose building and its surroundings are eligible as referred to in article 120 paragraph (4) to be protected and preserved. (2) building and its surroundings before proposed determinations must have gotten a consideration of building conservation team of experts and the results of the public hearings. (3) the determination of the building and its surroundings are protected and conserved as referred to in paragraph (2) was conducted by: a. the President upon proposal of the Minister for building and the environment that has the values referred to in subsection (1) a national or international scale; b. the Governor upon the proposal of the head of Department related to the building and its surroundings that have the values referred to in subsection (1) or cross-provincial-scale district; and c. the Regent upon the proposal of the head of Department related to the building and its surroundings that have the values referred to in subsection (1) or local scale. (4) the determination referred to in subsection (3) may be reviewed periodically for 5 (five) years. http://www.bphn.go.id/


34 (5) of the building and its surroundings will be assigned to be protected and preserved over the proposed Government, local governments, and/or community should be with the knowledge of the owner. (6) the decision of the determination of the building and its surroundings are protected and conserved as referred to in paragraph (3) is submitted in writing to the owner. Article 122 (1) determination of the building and its environment based on the classification of the level of protection and preservation of the building and its surroundings according to the history, science, and culture including architectural and technological values. (2) the classification of the building and the environment as referred to in subsection (1) consists of a main classification, Vice and pratama. (3) the main Classification referred to in paragraph (2) provided for building and the environment that physically original form cannot be modified. (4) the classification referred to in paragraph Vice (2) reserved for building and the environment that physically shape the exterior of the original must not be changed at all, but space-it can be changed in part by not reducing the value of protection and pelestariannya. (5) the classification referred to in paragraph pratama (2) reserved for building and the environment that physically the original form can be modified in part by not reducing the value of protection and pelestariannya as well as by not eliminating the main part of the building. Article 123 (1) local governments perform identification and documentation against the building and its surroundings are eligible as referred to in article 120 paragraph (4). (2) identification and documentation referred to in subsection (1) at least include the following: a. the identification of the age of the building, the history of ownership, usage history, architecture, science and technology, as well as the value of arkeologisnya; and b. the documentation of technical drawings and photographs of the building and its environment. Paragraph 3 the utilization of Buildings which are protected and Preserved by article 124 (1) utilization of building is protected and conserved is done by the owner and/or users in accordance with the rules of preservation and classification of the building is protected and conserved as well as in accordance with the legislation. (2) in terms of building and/or its environment that has been set to be a cultural heritage will be utilized for the benefit of religious, social, tourism, education, science and culture then it is used must be in accordance with the provisions of the classification level of protection and preservation of the building and its environment. (3) in terms of building and/or its environment that has been set to be a cultural heritage its due to be transferred to another party, the transfer of rights should be implemented in accordance with the legislation. (4) any owner and/or building users and/or the environment preserved protect building and/or their surroundings in accordance with its classification. (5) every building and/or its environment that is set to be protected and preserved, the owner can obtain the incentives from the Government and/or local governments. Article 125 (1) implementation of maintenance, maintenance, periodic examination of buildings and their surroundings are protected and/or conserved done by owners and/or users of the building in accordance with the provisions in article 112, article 114 and article 117. (2) specifically for the implementation of the treatment referred to in subsection (1) must be made of the technical building preservation plan drawn up taking into account the principle of the protection and preservation of the authenticity that includes forms, layout, system structure, the use of building materials, and the values it contains correspond to the degree of damage to the building and a number of provisions. http://www.bphn.go.id/35 Article 126 (1) restoration of the building is protected and conserved is the activity of improving and restoring the building back to its original form. (2) implementation of building and restoration of the environment is protected and/or preserved is done in accordance with the applicable provisions. (3) the implementation of restoration should pay attention to the principles of safety and occupational health (K3), the protection and preservation of the authenticity that includes forms, layout and implementation methods, structural system, the use of building materials, and the value of history, science, and culture including architectural and technological values. The fifth part of the dismantling of the common Article 1 Paragraphs 127 (1) the dismantling of the building must be carried out in an orderly and consider the security, the safety of the community and the environment. (2) the dismantling of the building referred to in subsection (1) must be in accordance with the statutes, orders the demolition or dismantling of the approval by the local government, except for building specific functions by the Government. (3) the dismantling of the building include the dismantling of the assignment and implementation of activities of the dismantling of the building, which is done by following the dismantling of the norms in General as well as utilizing science and technology. Paragraph 2 the determination of the Demolition Article 128 (1) a Government or regional Government identified the building which will be set to be dismantled on the basis of the results of the examination and/or reports from the public. (2) building that can be disassembled as referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. the building not be eligible to function and could not be repaired; b. building that today pose a danger for users, communities, and the environment; and/or c. building which did not have BUILDING PERMITS. (3) the Government or local governments deliver results the identification referred to in paragraph (1) to the owner and/or users of the building will be set to be dismantled. (4) based on the results of the identification referred to in paragraph (1), the owner and/or users of the building, except for a single home living in particular core home grown and home simple healthy, obligatory technical studies building and conveying the results to the local government, except for building a special function to the Government. (5) if the results of the technical studies building meets the criteria referred to in paragraph (2) letter a and b, the local authorities set the building to be dismantled with a letter of determination of demolition. (6) For buildings that do not have BUILDING PERMITS as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c, local authorities set the building to be dismantled with a letter of determination of demolition. (7) the content of the letter of assignment the dismantling as referred to in subsection (5) and paragraph (6) contains the deadline for dismantling, demolition procedures, and the threat of sanctions against any violation. (8) in the event that the owner and/or the user does not implement the dismantling of the building within the time limit referred to in subsection (7), demolition carried out by the local authorities who can point to the dismantling of the building services provider for the costs of the owner except for homeowners living who cannot afford the costs of dismantling, borne by local governments. Article 129 (1) the owner of the building filed a demolition of building by giving notice in writing to the local government, except for building specific functions to the Government, accompanied the last report examination results at regular intervals. http://www.bphn.go.id/


36 (2) in case the owner of the building not as owner of the land, proposed dismantling referred to in subsection (1) must have the consent of the landowner. (3) the determination of the building to be dismantled as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) is done through the issuance of a letter of determination or approval by Regent demolition unless a special function building by the Minister. (4) the issuance of letters of approval for building demolition disassembled as referred to in paragraph (3) excluded for building houses. Paragraph 3 of article 130 Demolition exercise of (1) the dismantling of the building can be done by the owner and/or building users and service providers can use the demolition of the building has a certificate in accordance with the legislation. (2) specifically for the demolition of a building using heavy equipment and/or explosives must be carried out by service providers building demolition. (3) in case the owners and/or users of the building the building is designated with a letter as referred to in article 129 paragraph (3) does not carry out the demolition in a set time limit, the letter of approval is revoked the demolition. Article 131 (1) the dismantling of the building which may give rise to the impact on public safety and the environment must be carried out on the basis of a plan drawn up by the dismantling of technical service providers planning technical certificate in accordance with the laws-invitation. (2) a technical plan of dismantling as referred to in subsection (1) must be approved by the local government, except for building specific functions by the Government, after consideration of TABG. (3) in terms of the implementation of the dismantling of the impact on public safety and the environment, the owner and the Government and/or regional governments do dissemination and upon written notice to the community around the building, before the execution of the demolition. (4) the implementation of the dismantling of the building follows the principles of safety and occupational health (K3). Paragraph 4 Building Demolition Supervision Article 132 (1) oversight of the implementation of the dismantling of the building carried out by supervisory services provider that has a certificate in accordance with the legislation unless the House residence. (2) the results of the surveillance of the implementation of the dismantling of the building referred to in subsection (1) is reported periodically to the Governments of the region. (3) local Government regularly conduct surveillance over compliance report implementation of disassembly with plans technical demolition. The sixth part of Delegations Article 133 (1) delegate authority organizing the Regent building include the publishing process IMB and IMB Head to the SEGWAY while on duty in the field of integrated permissions. (2) the Regent of delegating authority to Heads of Department to: a. provide affidavits district plans; b. conduct an examination of the implementation of the construction; c. perform maintenance and upkeep building belonging to local governments; d. publish SLF building and perpanjangannya; e. monitor the utilization of building; f. perform the identification and determination of the building that will be demolished; 37 http://www.bphn.go.id/and g. supervision over conformity report implementation of building demolition with technical plans. (3) the Regent Publishing Authority partially delegating the IMB to Camat who governed by regulation Regent. (4) the head of the SEGWAY as referred to in paragraph (1), reports the Providence building periodically every 3 (three) months to the Regent's least contain: a. the amount of the filing of the petition for IMB and IMB while is in process; and b. the number of IMB and IMB temporarily has been published. (5) the Head referred to in subsection (3) report organizing the building periodically every 3 (three) months to the Regent's least contain: a. the amount of the filing of the petition for the IMB is in process; and b. the number of BUILDING PERMITS that have been issued. (6) the head of Department as referred to in paragraph (1), reports the Providence building periodically every 3 (three) months to the Regent's least contain: a. the number of buildings in the process of implementation has been completed and construction is founded; b. the amount of the filing of the application for the issuance of the SLF building and extension of SLF; and c. the number of SLF is being processed and published. Chapter V EXPERT TEAM BUILDING is considered Part of the formation of TABG Article 134 (1) in conducting a public building in the construction and/or its utilization requires special management and/or has a certain complexity can lead to important impacts on society and the environment, the Regent, assisted by TABG. (2) TABG as mentioned on paragraph (1) was formed by the Regent. Article 135 (1) TABG Membership as stipulated in article 134 are Ad hoc, independent, objective and have no conflict of interest. (2) Membership TABG referred to in subsection (1) consists of the elements of the community colleges, the Association of the profession, community experts (Customs) and local government agencies competent in delivering technical considerations in the field of building, covering the areas of building and urban architecture, structure and construction, mechanical and electrical, Landscaper/landscape, and spatial-in/interior, as well as the safety and occupational health as well as other skills needed in accordance with the function of the building. (3) Member TABG cannot concurrently more than one (1) assignment in the same time. (4) the working period TABG as mentioned on paragraph (1) is 1 (one) year in accordance with the fiscal year period (5) the period of employment as referred to in subsection (4) may be renewed at most two times with certain considerations. Article 136 (1) the principle of formation of TABG is as follows: a. open/transparent and efficient and economical for the community especially the prospective Member TABG; b. the equivalent of public officials, and so are bound to a code of conduct (pledges) together; c. assignment applies nationally, so the district/city that does not have Members TABG with certain skills/disciplines can be recruited from the counties/cities in other provinces across Indonesia; d. give priority to local experts. (2) to become a candidate Member TABG must meet the requirements as follows: a. citizen of Indonesia; b. registered as residents in the district/city where domisilinya; http://www.bphn.go.id/


38 c. being of good character; d. never convicted of committing the crime of crimes; e. do not have conflicts of interest with duties TABG; f. healthy physical and spiritual; and g. Free drugs, or not proven as a user and/or drug dealers. h. for the members of the regional Government of TABG must meet the following requirements: 1. it is not in the status of the disabled; and 2. not being reinstated duties and functions related to the Organization of the building. i. For prospective members of the association profession TABG, College and community experts (Customs) must meet the following requirements: 1. have expertise in the field of building or building-related with minimal education and certified by scholars (stratum-1) or a certified expertise of the institution in accordance with the regulations; and 2. have the expertise or the recognition of the range of stakeholders in the field of customs. (3) further Provisions on the establishment of rules of regulated TABG Regent. The second part of the task and function of TABG Article 137 (1) TABG as referred to in article 134 has the task of giving advice, the principal opinion, professional consideration for local governments in implementing building. (2) in a perceived duty referred to in subsection (1), the annual routine task TABG and incidental tasks. Article 138 (1) annual routine Tasks as referred to in article 137 paragraph (2) includes the following: a. provide the technical considerations in the form of advice, opinions and professional considerations for endorsement common building technical plans; and b. provide input regarding the program in the implementation of basic tasks and functions of the agencies concerned. (2) the annual routine Tasks as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a compiled based on input from the entire element TABG. (3) further Provisions regarding annual TABG routine tasks as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) subject to the regulations of the Regent. Article 139 (1) in carrying out the annual routine tasks as stipulated in article 138, TABG functions arrangement analysis of specific building technical plan covering assessment of technical plan documents: a. upon approval/recommendation from institutions/authorities/related; b. based on the provisions of the terms of the layout of the building; c. based on the provisions of the terms of the reliability of the building; and d. direct adjustment with technical requirements that must be met in the existing conditions (existing), the program that is being and will be implemented in/through, or close to the location of land/footprint plans. (2) Assessment of technical plan document referred to in subsection (1) done by the entire element TABG. (3) further Provisions concerning the functions of the annual TABG routine tasks as referred to in paragraph (1) are governed by the rules of Regent. Article 140 (1) incidental Duties as stipulated in article 137 paragraph (2) is to provide technical considerations such as: a. the advice, opinions, and professional considerations in the determination of the free distance for public building below ground level, the technical plan of public building maintenance, technical plans and the dismantling of public building which caused important impacts on the environment; http://www.bphn.go.id/39 b. input and professional consideration in solving problems directly, or through the forum and the proceeding with: 1. hold the opinions and considerations about the RTBL, specific building technical plans, and implementation activities raises important impact; and 2. give consideration to maintain the objectivity and value of fairness in termination lawsuit about abuses in the field of building. c. consideration of the professional input from the community, in helping local governments to accommodate public input for the refinement of the rules, guidelines and technical standards in the field of building. (2) Technical Considerations as mentioned in subsection (1) must be drawn up in writing. (3) the provisions on tasks incidental TABG referred to in subsection (1) is subject to the rule of Regent. Article 141 (1) in carrying out the tasks referred to in Article 140 paragraph (1) letter a TABG functions preparation of analysis for the determination of the distance of free public facility building below ground level include: a. the assessment distance free provision of basic based on consideration of the limits of location; a basic study of b. provision of free distance based on considerations of safety and security; a basic study of c. provision of free distance based on consideration of the possibility of disruption to utility functions of the city, as well as result in execution; and d. the study of the possibility of utilization of underground space for the development of public infrastructure increases the demands of burgeoning needs. (2) in carrying out the tasks referred to Article 140 paragraph (1) letter b TABG functions: a. drafting of analyses to assess the opinions, and consideration of the community against the RTBL, specific building technical plan, and implementation of the important impacts on the environment. b. preparation of analysis to assess the technical plans of certain building demolition poses an important impact on the environment, including: 1. the study of the technical plan of dismantling based on the principles of safety and environmental safety; and 2. studies on the method of technical plans of demolition with the principles of effectiveness, efficiency and safe against the impact of waste into the environment. c. preparation of analysis for formulation of the input as a consideration in the termination docket in court related to the Organization of the building, including: 1. the study of the technical aspects of the Organization of the building being the case; and 2. studies on other aspects associated with it. (3) in carrying out the tasks referred to Article 140 paragraph (2) Letter c TABG has the function of drafting the analysis of public input include: a. study of advice and suggestion from the public to the consummation of the regulations, including local regulations in the field of building; b. the study suggestions and propositions from the society for technical guidelines in the field of building, including for building custom, semi permanent building, building emergency, and building that was built on the site of the disaster; and c. the study suggestions and propositions from the society for technical standards in the field of building, including for building custom, semi permanent building, building emergency, and building that was built on the site of the disaster. (4) further Provisions concerning the functions of TABG as mentioned on paragraph (1), subsection (2) and paragraph (3) subject to the regulations of the Regent. Article 142 (1) in carrying out the task of drafting the technical considerations for the endorsement of the General Plan of building technical, TABG do plenary session and the session of the Commission. (2) plenary session referred to in subsection (1) is held regularly at least 2 (two) times in each month. http://www.bphn.go.id/


40 (3) of the Council of the Commission referred to in subsection (1) are organized according to needs at least one (1) times in each week. (4) in the exercise of the plenary session and the Council the Commission as referred to in paragraph (2) and paragraph (3) may invite technical planning service providers building in accordance with the need for clarification on the technical plan disidangkan. Article 143 (1) in the performance of the tasks of the technical considerations and give input to problem solving over the opinions and considerations about the RTBL, specific building technical plans, and implementation activities raises important impacts, the plenary session was convened in accordance with the development of the issue, and is expected to be shared among members of TABG. (2) the results of the plenary session as referred to in paragraph (1) be input in the dialogue forums and public hearings organized by the local government. (3) in the event of termination the matter in court, the trial was held with the time as needed for the preparation of the material considerations in the termination docket. Article 144 the whole process activities TABG as stipulated in article 142 and article 143 is maintained by the Secretariat TABG formed and based at Dinas. Article 145 Provisions on implementation of Council TABG as stipulated in article 142 and article 143 and TABG Secretariat referred to in Article 144 of the regulation are arranged with the Regent. The third part Financing TABG Article 146 (1) in order to support the Secretariat and task pelaksanan TABG TABG given: a. operational costs the Secretariat TABG; b. the costs of the proceedings; c. the honorarium and allowances TABG; and d. travel costs TABG. (2) the financing as referred to in paragraph (1) the budgeted income and Expenditure in the budget area. CHAPTER VI ORGANIZATION of the BUILDING in the AREA of the DISASTER SITE Part One General Article 147 (1) Regent can be banned while the redevelopment of buildings on locations shortest disaster during emergency response. (2) the prohibition while redevelopment building referred to in subsection (1) is intended to: a. obtain the results of the study the feasibility level of development in the concerned area location due to natural disasters; b. adjust the construction of the building with the allotment site in RTRW, RDTR and/or RTBL, or compile the detail area to guide development; and c. provide infrastructures and means of basic public works field if the location of the area in question meet the requirements of. (3) further Provisions on the ban while the redevelopment of the building referred to in subsection (1) is subject to the rule of Regent. Article 148 (1) building for the public interest include building schools, building sports facilities, building hospitals and multi purpose building must be built with the technical reliability of the building meets the requirements of the building to be used as a temporary shelter victims of disasters. http://www.bphn.go.id/41 (2) in addition to the temporary shelter disaster victims as intended in paragraph (1), disaster victims can be accommodated in temporary shelters are defined in RTRW, RDTR and/or RTBL. (3) in case the location of the temporary shelter disaster victims in temporary shelters as referred to in paragraph (2), the local government provides the infrastructure and tools that can provide a partial fulfillment of the basic needs of the refugee community daily life include: a. residential needs in the form of a planned tent modular and can be established on a system that has been prepared; b. means of bathing, washing and latrine (PUBLIC) portable; c. public hydrant/bak shelter supply drinking water and drinking water; and d. the supply of information with genset. (4) further Provisions concerning building and infrastructure and means to a temporary shelter as intended in paragraph (1), subsection (2) and paragraph (3) subject to the regulations of the Regent. The second part of the rehabilitation and reconstruction of post Disaster Article 149 (1) local government technical plan document provides the prototype building simple home floor 1 (one) and/or home staging with provisions: a. safe and earthquake resistant with the technical requirements of the structure (the Foundation, sloof, column and wall, ringbalk, connection-the connection of the wood frame of the roof, and the building materials as well as the composition of the concrete mix); b. safe against dust loads on the roof of a volcanic eruption with angular roof slope requirements of least 400; and c. safe against flooding, with the lowest floor height assignment 1 (one) metres above the ground. (2) simple home as referred to in subsection (1) includes the House with wood construction and masonry construction. (3) in addition to the technical plan document referred to in subsection (1) the local government provides the principal requirements guidelines for building the House of nir-Engineering (non-engineered) includes guidelines for dimensions, connections and building materials that qualify. (4) the technical prototype plan Document as referred to in paragraph (1) and guidelines for building the House of nir-engineering as referred to in paragraph (3) may be available to communities in need for free. Article 150 (1) of the Ordinance of the Ministry of publishing IMB building simple home living residence on the rehabilitation and reconstruction phase is determined in particular by the terms: a. documents available the technical plan referred to in Section 149 subsection (1); and b. the shortage of administrative documents may be following after then stated by affidavit. (2) further Provisions regarding the procedures for the issuance of BUILDING PERMITS building simple home occupancy as mentioned in subsection (1) is subject to the rule of Regent. Article 151 (1) towards the building of a residential house was built on a simple stage of rehabilitation and reconstruction of the disaster published SLF. (2) the provisions concerning the procedures for the issuance of the SLF referred to in subsection (1) is subject to the rule of Regent. Article 152 (1) Regent can delegate some authority conducting building on the rehabilitation and reconstruction phase to the Head cover: a. service of issuing BUILDING PERMITS; b. examination of the health functions of the building; c. supervision of the execution of the construction; and d. the publishing service of the SLF building to building a single home and home series. http://www.bphn.go.id/42 (2) further Provisions regarding the authority of the Organization of the building referred to in subsection (1) is subject to the rule of Regent. CHAPTER VII INFRASTRUCTURE BUILDING STAND-ALONE Part One General Article 153 building infrastructure in the form of organizing the construction of the building that stands on its own and does not constitute a complement into one unity with the building on a tread-/telecommunication towers include persil, towers/masts extra high voltage mains, pedestrian bridges, monument/monument, the construction of the marker in, billboard/billboards/headbands and other billboards follow the requirements, mandatory technical standards and building construction. Article 154 (1) location of construction of the telecommunications tower, the Tower/mast extra high voltage mains, pedestrian bridges, monument/monument, the construction of the marker in, billboard/billboards/headbands and other billboards must comply with RTRW, RDTR and/or RTBL. (2) the technical requirements of telecommunication tower construction, Tower/mast extra high voltage mains, pedestrian bridges, monument/monument, the construction of the marker in, billboard/billboards/headbands and other billboards to approval through the IMB. Article 155 of the development and use of telecommunication towers follow the legislation in the field of telecommunications towers. The second part of licensing Article 156 (1) IMB infrastructure building that stands on its own as stipulated in article 153, article 154 and 155 Article published by SEGWAY who served in the field of integrated permissions. (2) the procedures for the issuance of BUILDING PERMITS of infrastructure building that stands on its own as referred to in paragraph (1) in accordance with the procedures for the issuance of BUILDING PERMITS building. Article 157 (1) examination of the health functions and extension of SLF building infrastructure that stands on its own were done every 2 (two) years. (2) the procedures for the examination of the health function of infrastructure building that stands on its own in accordance with the procedures for the examination of the health function of the building. CHAPTER VIII LEVY Article 158 (1) against the issuance of BUILDING PERMITS are subject to a levy. (2) the Levy referred to in subsection (1) is set in its own local regulations. CHAPTER IX-the ROLE of the COMMUNITY is considered part of the community's Role in organizing the Building of article 159 in organizing a community building role: a. monitor and keep order; b. provide input towards the preparation and/or refinements to the rules, guidelines, and technical standards; c. conveying opinions and considerations; and d. carry out a class-action lawsuit. http://www.bphn.go.id/


43 Article 160 (1) Monitoring as stipulated in article 159 subsection (1) is carried out objectively, with full responsibility, and do not cause disturbance and/or harm to the owner and/or building users, communities and the environment. (2) Monitoring as referred to in subsection (1) is carried out through observations, the delivery of inputs, suggestions and complaints either individually, in groups, civic organizations, as well as through TABG. (3) a Guardianship order referred to in subsection (1) is done by preventing any deed yourself or group that can reduce the level of reliability of buildings and/or interfere with the conduct of the building and its environment. (4) further Provisions regarding the procedures for monitoring and care of the order of organizing building set by regulation Regent. Article 161 (1) of the public can provide input towards the formulation and/or refinement of regional legislation, guidelines and technical standards in the field of building to local governments. (2) the entries referred to in subsection (1) include technical input to the building performance improvements responsive to conditions of geography, natural factors, and/or the environment, including local wisdom. (3) the input of the community as referred to in paragraph (1) may be submitted in individual, group, community organization, or through TABG by following the procedure and based on the consideration of social values the local culture. (4) further Provisions concerning the entries referred to in subsection (1) is subject to the rule of Regent. Article 162 (1) the community can convey the opinion and consideration towards the preparation of a plan of the layout of the buildings and environment, technical plan of a certain building and/or implementation activities raises important impacts on the environment in the area. (2) the opinions and considerations as mentioned in subsection (1) is related to the protection of the public for safety against disaster, against security, security interference in carrying out activities, and against health problems and endemic, and against the mobility of the community in carrying out its activities as well as the preservation of the socio-cultural values of the local area including buildings and historic sites. (3) the opinions and considerations of the community as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) may be delivered in individual, group, community organization, and through expert team building. (4) further Provisions regarding the procedures for delivering the opinion referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2) subject to the regulations of the Regent. Article 163 (1) of the public can file a lawsuit over the disturbing impacts/harms and/or harm public interest resulting from the activities of the Organization of the building. (2) a Society may file a class-action lawsuit are: a. an individual or group of people who are disadvantaged due to the conduct of the building which interfere with, harm, or harm to the public interest; or b. an individual or group of people or community organizations that represent the parties harmed due to the conduct of the building which interfere with, harm, or harm to the public interest. (3) the disturbing Impacts/harms as referred to in paragraph (1) may be impaired physical, environmental, economic, social and security. (4) the procedures for filing the lawsuit referred to in subsection (1) the following provisions of the regulations. http://www.bphn.go.id/44 Article 164 (1) every form of the role of the community as referred to in article 160, section 161, article 162 Article 163, and compulsory followed up by local authorities and/or other authorized agencies include: a. local governments, for the administrative and technical nature; b. the police force, for a criminal case; c. the Court, for the lawsuit; and d. the owner/user of the building cause disturbance/loss and/or important impacts on the environment that was decided in the courts. (2) follow up as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a, letter b, letter c, and includes: a. the examination field; b. Administrative and technical research; c. evaluation of research results; d. perform actions (execute) in accordance with the legislation or the results of the judicial ruling; and e. to convey the results of the settlement to the community in the form of announcements and/or forum meetings. (3) further Provisions regarding the follow-up as mentioned in subsection (2) subject to the regulations of the Regent. Article 165 (1) local governments may give awards to communities that contribute in: a. the saving of human lives or property are spared from catastrophe due to the failure of the building; and b. the building and rescue the environment. (2) further Provisions regarding the granting of the award referred to in subsection (1) is subject to the rule of Regent. The second part of The Organizing role of the public Article 166 (1) the community can report complaints in an orderly form: a. in writing delivered to the head of Department; b. mass media print and/or electronic media including media on line (internet), if the material presented is suggestions and fixes can be confirmed; or c. through TABG in public hearing forum or forums of dialogue. (2) the form of the reports of the complaints referred to in letter a, letter b, letter c must include the identity of the manufacturer of the complaint reports include the name and address of the complainant. Article 167 (1) of the public can report complaints by stating a clear object include the following: a. the number, street address RT/RW, the name of the village, sub-district name; b. a name or term on a building,-/persil or region; and c. the name of the owner/user is building as individual/group or agency. (2) the report of the complaint referred to in subsection (1) accompanied by a photo of an object. The third public hearing Forum Article 168 (1) of the local government organized a forum of public hearings at the district level, subdistrict level and/or the level of villages. (2) the Organization of a forum on district level hearings be held if there are not yet at the level of sub deal settlement between the parties. (3) Conducting hearings at the forum level sub level if held villages yet there is agreement of the settlement between the parties. (4) the local Government commissioned to draw up the technical considerations TABG. http://www.bphn.go.id/


45 Article 169 (1) public hearing forum Participants is a society with an interest in building a top priority with the feel of the impact of direct and environmental activities RT/RW. (2) the priority of the community as referred to in paragraph (1) appoint representatives who are considered qualified to convey opinions and/or reports. Article 170 (1) the results of the dialog in a public hearing set forth in writing in the form of a news event. (2) News event as referred to in paragraph (1) contains at least: a. input trees community reports presented in the forum; b. explanation of the related party; c. a description of the local government; d. technical considerations of TABG; and e. the fine points of the deal that was reached in the form of a news event. Article 171 further Provisions regarding the public hearing forum as referred to in article 168, article 169, 170 and article are governed by regulations of the Regent. CHAPTER X of the CONSTRUCTION section of the Union of the construction by the local authorities of article 172 (1) the local Government of doing the construction organization of the building through the construction of the setting, the construction of the building, the organizers and the empowerment of people. (2) construction of the arrangements referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. the preparation or consummation of local regulations in the field of building including local regulations in the field of retribution IMB, based on regulations of the higher spatial and physical condition, with attention to environmental, social, economic, cultural and security; and b. the dissemination of regulations, guidelines, instructions, and technical standards and their implementation in building environmental community through outreach, campaigns, exhibitions, rembug village, investigations, publications through print media and electronic media. The second part of the construction of the Organizers Building Article 173 (1) local government empowerment through doing the coaching to the organizers building include building owners, service providers and users of building construction. (2) the empowerment of the owner of the building referred to in subsection (1) is conducted to increase awareness of rights and obligations including for building maintenance and upkeep and responsibility against social and physical environment by means of: a. extension; and b. the exhibition. (3) Empowering construction service provider referred to in subsection (1) is carried out by means of: a. the logging building to earn a organiser of the availability and potential development partners; b. socialization and dissemination to always update new knowledge partner human resources in the field of building; and c. the training to enhance the technical and managerial capabilities of the human resources building organizers. (4) the empowerment of users building referred to in subsection (1) is conducted to increase the responsibility of individuals and groups and to improve the knowledge on evacuation and rescue action if the disaster occurs by means of: a. a demonstration by the instructor; and b. the simulation followed the user building. http://www.bphn.go.id/46 Article 174 (1) local Government encourages providers of construction services building to increase competitiveness through a healthy business climate. (2) the competitiveness as referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. the level of managerial ability; b. efficiency; and c. are environmentally friendly. Part three community empowerment Article 175 (1) local governments do coaching through the empowerment of communities who have not been able to meet the technical requirements of the building by means of: a. the mentoring development building and examination of the health functions of the building; b. grant pilot House that meets technical requirements; c. provision of technical prototype plan of a residential building a single home and home series; and d. the Setup assistance and building a healthy environment and harmonious. (2) community empowerment Financing as referred to in subsection (1) is provided in the budget revenue and Shopping area. Article 176 (1) local government provides guidelines for the construction of a residential building housing nir-engineering for the people that build the House independently. (2) development of guidelines as referred to in subsection (1) include the principal requirements for building residential housing which is more secure against earthquakes, dust load of volcanic eruptions, floods, and landslides. Article 177 the empowerment of people who have not been able to meet the technical requirements of the building is carried out together with the related community building through: a. the mentoring of development gradually building; b. grant pilot House that meets technical requirements; and/or c. help structuring and building a healthy and harmonious environment. The fourth part in the control of local government authorities of organizing the Building of article 178 (1) local governments to conduct surveillance against the execution of the application of rule this region through the mechanism of the issuance of BUILDING PERMITS and SLF building, as well as the letter of approval and determination of building demolition. (2) in conducting the surveillance, local governments can involve the role of the community in the supervisory application of legislation in the field of building. Article 179 (1) in the supervision and control of the Organization of the building, the local Government can conduct a review on the site of the construction of the building or infrastructure building that stands alone on the basis of: a. a report or community and mass media which can be accounted for; b. report of the Office of the Agency; c. the onset of failure of construction and/or fire; and d. the occurrence of natural disasters. (2) a review of the development referred to in subsection (1) is intended to: a. obtain the facts of infringement of the requirements of the administrative and/or technical requirements; and b. the building or group of buildings that are rated for the city and require special coordination. http://www.bphn.go.id/47 (3) Regent can wear in administrative fines and sanctions violation of the provisions of the administrative requirements and technical requirements to the owner and/or users of the building in accordance with the legislation. (4) further Provisions regarding referred to in subsection (1), subsection (2), and paragraph (3) subject to the regulations of the Regent. Article 180 (1) Officers of the Department in the field of inspection supervision of the execution of the construction and demolition of buildings or infrastructure building that stands on its own can do the inspection on site activities. (2) the examination referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. are scheduled to enter the construction site at work; b. check the existence of the documents of the IMB; c. check the construction and implementation of supervision report on implementation; d. check the compliance implementation towards the line of the border and/or spacing non specified; e. check the fulfillment of implementation against the KDB, OUTBREAK, KDH, and KTB; f. check the compliance against the availability and proper functioning of the tool-portable fire extinguishers during construction implementation activities; g. check the security range of crane and/or other equipment against the road, building around, and the environment; h. inspect the management of solid waste, liquid waste and/or other forms of waste due to activities against the road, building around, and the environment; i. check the symptoms and/or destruction that can occur on a building in the vicinity due to vibration piling stake or demolition of buildings or infrastructure building that stands on its own; j. inspect the management of the storage of building materials and tools that can be dangerous and/or interfere with health and/or the safety of workers and the general public; and k. provide early warning in the form of notes to the indications of infringement and/or error up as stated on the letter b, letter c, letter d, letter e, letter f, letter g, letter h, I, and j. (3) inspection of field Officers referred to in subsection (1) must indicate the letter assignment and sign the official identity of the Service. (4) the inspection Officers do their job in the field are not allowed to ask for/receiving a reward from the owner or person in charge of field activities. (5) further Provisions on the examination referred to in subsection (2) subject to the regulations of the Regent. CHAPTER XI ADMINISTRATIVE SANCTIONS in Article 181 of every owner and/or a user that does not meet the obligation fulfillment functions, requirements and/or organization of the building referred to in the regulation of this area of administrative penalties. Article 182 (1) administrative Sanctions referred to in Section 181 can be either: a. a written warning; b. restriction of development activities; c. suspension or stay on the job execution of development; d. termination of temporary or fixed on the utilization of building; e. freezing IMB; f. revocation IMB; g. the freezing of SLF building; h. repeal SLF building; or i. building demolition orders. http://www.bphn.go.id/


48 (2) in addition to the imposition of administrative sanctions referred to subsection (1) may be penalized a maximum fine of 10% (ten perseratus) from the value of the buildings that are being or have been built. (3) a provider of construction services in violation of the provisions of the regulation of this area subject to sanctions as set forth in the legislation in the field of construction services. (4) the provisions concerning the imposition of further administrative sanctions referred to in paragraph (1) are governed by the rules of Regent. CHAPTER XII INVESTIGATION Article 183 (1) in 1988, in the environment of local government as a special investigator was authorized to conduct investigation criminal acts of infringement in accordance with applicable local regulations. (2) the authority of the investigator as referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. receive, search for, collect, and researching information or reports with regard to criminal acts for infringement of local regulations so that the description or the report be more complete and clear; b. examine, search, and collects personal information about the person or entity about the truth of the acts committed in connection with the criminal action for infringement of the rules Area; c. requesting information and evidence from a private person or entity with respect to any criminal action over the violation of local regulations; d. examine the books, records, and other documents with regard to criminal acts for infringement of the rules Area; e. conducting the search to obtain evidence bookkeeping, record keeping, and other documents, as well as do foreclosures against evidence; f. enlisted the help of experts in the framework of the implementation of the tasks of investigation criminal action for infringement of the rules Area; g. sent stop and/or prohibit someone leave the room or place at the time the examination is in progress and check the identity of people, things, and/or documents taken; h. photographing someone related to criminal acts for infringement of the rules Area; i. call the people to be heard and examined his statement as a suspect or a witness; j. stop the investigation; and/or k. other action necessary for the smooth running of proceedings for infringement a criminal offence in accordance with the provisions of applicable local laws and regulations. (3) the investigator as referred to in paragraph (1) notify the commencement of investigation and convey the results of penyidikannya to the public prosecutor's Office Police officials through the Republic of Indonesia, in accordance with the provisions set forth in the law of criminal procedure. CHAPTER XIII PROVISIONS of article 184 of the CRIMINAL violation of the provisions in the regulations in this Area are convicted in accordance with the legislation. CHAPTER XIV TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS Article 185 (1) IMB issued prior to the enactment of Regulations in this Area was declared still remains valid. (2) building that has stood for, but does not yet have BUILDING PERMITS for a period of at least 6 (six) months should have a IMB. (3) building that had been established prior to the enactment of Regulations in this Area, for a period of at least 5 (five) years required to have the SLF. (4) building that had been established prior to the enactment of Regulations in this Area, but not yet planned for earthquake resistant built by local governments to achieve earthquake resistant construction. Article 186 49 http://www.bphn.go.id/With the enactment of the regulations in this Area, all the rules relating to the implementation of the Organization of the building in an area declared to remain valid throughout the Regulation does not conflict with this area. CHAPTER XV CLOSING PROVISIONS Article 187 other things that have not been provided for in the regulation of this area is all about their implementation shall be governed by the Regents. Article 188 of the regulation of this area came into effect on January 1, 2012. In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of regulations in this Area with its placement in the sheet Area Magelang Regency. Set in the town of Mungkid on July 25, 2011 REGENT SINGGIH SANYOTO ttd MAGELANG, Enacted in the piece area of Magelang Regency in 2011 No. 10 dated July 25, 2011 SECRETARY MAGELANG Regency, a major Builder of Young UTOYO ttd NIP. 19560712.198303.1.012 EXPLANATION of APPLICABLE LOCAL MAGELANG number 10 in 2011 ABOUT BUILDING i. GENERAL building as a place of human conduct its activities, have a strategic role in the formation of character, the realization of productivity, and human identity. Therefore, the Organization of the building need to be organized and built for the sake of continuity and improvement of the lives and livelihoods of communities, as well as for the realization of building a reliable, self-berjati, as well as a balanced, harmonious, and in harmony with its environment. Building is one of the physical form of utilization of space. Therefore, setting the building still refers to the spatial arrangement in accordance with the legislation. In order to guarantee the certainty of the law and order in the conduct of the building, each building must meet the requirements of the administrative and technical requirements of the building. Regulation of the area aimed to bring about an orderly organization of the building, either administratively or technically, in order to materialize the building functional, reliable, to ensure the safety, health, comfort, and convenience of the user, as well as matching and in harmony with its environment. http://www.bphn.go.id/


50 in addition, formation of local regulations about Building is also done in order to adjust to the higher rules namely Act No. 28 of 2002 on Building regulations and their implementation. The regulation will replace Regulation Area region number 5 in 2000 about the building because of the substance in the Regulatory Area number 5 in 2000 about the building is not in accordance with the regulations. The regulation of this area regulates the conditions of implementation of the function of the building, building requirements, conducting building, the role of the community in organizing, building and construction in the inaugural building. Setting the function of the Building Regulations in this area are intended so that the building that was established from the beginning has set its function so that the community will establish building can meet the requirements of good administrative or technical building buildings effectively and efficiently, so that if the intended change functions defined should be followed with the changing requirements of the administrative and technical requirements. In addition, in order for the fulfilment of the technical requirements of each building functions more effectively and efficiently, the building functions are classified based on the level of complexity, level permanensi, level of risk zoning of earthquake, fires, location, height, and/or ownership. Setting the administrative requirements of the Building Regulations in this area are intended to let the public know more detailed administrative requirements necessary to establish the building, both in terms of the clarity of the status of the land, building, building ownership status of clarity and legal certainty that the building that was erected has gained approval from the local government in the form of a building permit. Clarity of land rights are absolute requirements in setting up the building, though in this Area Regulations made possible the existence of the building which was established on land belonging to the people/the other party, to the agreement. Thus the ownership of the building can be different with land ownership, so the need for clear arrangements with the regulars refer to the legislation on land ownership. For the local authorities themselves, with the knowledge requirements of the administrative building by the wider community, especially one that would establish or utilize the building, into an ease and challenges in implementing good governance. Service processing and granting of permit building a transparent, fair, orderly law, participatory, responsive, efficient, and effective accountability, as well as professional, is a form of good service to be supplied by local governments. Setting technical requirements in the regulations in this Area set further technical requirements of the building layout and reliability of building, in order for communities in setting up building knowing clearly the technical requirements that must be met so that the building can ensure the safety of the building and its environment, users can be assigned in a safe, healthy, convenient, and accessible, sehinggga as a whole can guarantee the realization of building a functional, livable , berjati, and productive, as well as matching and in harmony with its environment. With the fulfillment of the technical requirements of appropriate building function and its classification, then the expected failure of a construction or building failures can be avoided, so that the user of the building can live more calm and spiritual and physical health, which ultimately can be better in family, work, community and State. Building arrangements enshrined the principle of expediency, safety, balance, and harmony building and environment for the people that inhumane and fairness. Therefore, the community attempted to get involved and play an active role, positive, constructive and work together not only in the framework of the development and utilization of building for their own interests, but also in improving building eligibility and orderly conduct of the building in General. The implementation of the community's role is set out in the regulatory area is also still refers to the legislation about civic organizations, whereas the implementation of a class-action lawsuit is one form of the role of the community in organizing 51 http://www.bphn.go.id/building also refers to legislation related to the lawsuit. Setting the role of society is meant to encourage the achievement of a goal that is building an orderly, functional, reliable, able to assure the safety, health, comfort, and convenience of the users and the surrounding communities, as well as matching and in harmony with its environment. Setting the Organization of construction of the basic implementation of provisions intended for Governments and local governments in doing coaching Providence by building based on the principles of good governance. Coaching is done for building owners, building users, providers of construction services, as well as community stakeholders with the aim to bring about an orderly organization of the building and the reliability that meets the technical and administrative requirements, as well as implemented by strengthening the capacity of organizers of the building. Organization of the building is inseparable from the role of provider of construction services both as planners, executors, trustees or construction management or development services, including a technical reviewer service providers building, and its implementation was also based on the legislation in the field of construction services. II. For the SAKE of ARTICLE ARTICLE article 1 is pretty clear. Article 2 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is more than one function is when a building has the main function of the combination of the functions of the residential, business, religious, social and cultural, and/or special functions. Building more than one function, among others, are building a house-shop (shop), or home-office building (rukan), or building a mall-apartments-offices, building malls-hospitality, and the like. Article 3 paragraph (1) the functions of single occupancy building for instance is a single dwelling house; plural occupancy for example home series, flats; temporary residence for example dormitory, motel, hostel; residential mix for example home stores, Home Office. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) the business activities including the building for the breeding/cultivation. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Paragraph (5) of article 4 paragraph (1) Infrastructure building is a complement to the functioning of the building like the engine room air conditioning (AC), power house or electrical substation, water reservoir, page roughness below ground or water tower or towers. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) the application for BUILDING PERMITS building infrastructures may be submitted earlier if urgent to http://www.bphn.go.id/


security interests 52 location or to the safety of the environment such as the embankment/retaining wall to keep it from happening the landslide. Paragraph (4) sufficiently clear article 5 paragraph (1) the classification of the building is further classification of the functions of the building, so that in the construction and building pemanfataan could be sharper in the determination of the administrative and technical requirements that have to be applied. With the establishment of the function and the classification of the building will be built, then its technical and administrative eligibility can be more effective and efficient. Subsection (2), the classification of simple building is building with simple characters and has complexity and simple technology. The classification of buildings is not simple is a building with character is not simple and has complexity and or technology is not simple. Classification of special building is the building which has special requirements, and use that in the planning and implementation require the completion of special/teknologi. Paragraph (3) sufficiently clear paragraph (4) the classification of the fire risk level high building is a building due to its functionality, design and use of the constituent elements of materials and components, as well as the quantity and quality of material that is inside easy burning very high levels and/or height. Building fire risk level classification are currently building that is due to its function, design the use of constituent elements of materials and components, as well as the quantity and quality of material that is in it were burning easy level. Classification of building fire risk level low is the building because of its function, design the use of constituent elements of materials and components, as well as the quantity and quality of material that is inside the burning of low easy level. Paragraph (5) earthquake Zoning that exists in Indonesia based on the level of insecurity earthquake hazard consists of Zone I to zone VI, or set out in guidelines/technical standards. Paragraph (6) was generally solid Site locations are situated in the area of trade/City Center, location are generally located in the settlements, while the rift locations are generally situated in the suburb/outside city or county that serves as a resapan. Paragraph (7) the determination of the height of the classification is based on the number of floors of the building, which is set by local government district/city. Determination of the height of the building is distinguished in low altitude levels: building (number of floors of the building up to 4 floors), the buildings are (number of floors 5-storey building with up to 8 floors), and tall buildings (number of buildings floor over 8 floors). Paragraph (8) of the State building is the building for the purposes of the service became/will become property of the State and http://www.bphn.go.id/53 held by source of financing comes from STATE BUDGET funds, and/or GRANT, and/or other financing sources, such as: office building, Office, building schools, building hospitals, warehouses, home country, and others. Article 6 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Paragraph (2) Proposing building and classification functions are listed in the application for building permit. In terms of different building owners with land owners, then in a building permit application must have the consent of the landowner. The proposed function and the classification of the building proposed by the owners in the form of a technical plan of the building. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Paragraph (4) sufficiently clear article 7 paragraph (1) change of function for example of building a residential function into a function building effort. Change classification for example of a State-owned building into a building belonging to a business entity, or semi permanent building became a permanent building. Changes of the function and the classification such as residential building semi-permanent becomes permanent business building. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) changing from one function and/or classification to the classification function and/or the other will cause changes to the requirements that must be met, as for example the administrative and technical requirements of the building occupancy classification of the functions of the permanent administrative requirements with distinctly different and technically to building occupancy classification semi permanent functions; the administrative and technical requirements or building occupancy classification functions are clearly different to the requirements of permanent administrative and technical building for business functions (e.g. the store) a permanent classification. The change of function (e.g. from a residential function into a function of effort) should be done through the process of building a new building permit. As for the change in classification in the same function (e.g. semi permanent occupancy of the function into a permanent residence) can be done with revisions/changes to permit the existing building. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Article 8 is quite clear. Article 9 is quite clear. Article 10 paragraph (1) Status of land rights is proof of land ownership which can be either a land rights certificates, title deeds and selling, girik, petuk, and/or other evidence of land ownership in accordance with the laws and regulations in the field of land. http://www.bphn.go.id/54 In applying for a building permit, the status of the right to land must be equipped with a clear picture about the location of the land in question that contains the size and boundaries of persil. Paragraph (2) of this written agreement into the handle and must be adhered to by both parties in accordance with the legislation governing the legal agreements. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Article 11 is quite clear. Article 12 paragraph (1) at the time of the licensing process, the building of local government records at the same time register building in database building. The logging activities of the building intended for the orderly development and utilization of administrative buildings, as well as building information systems in local governments. Paragraph (2) the required Data includes general data, technical data, State data/history, and images legger building, in the shape of the forms provided by the local government. Subsection (3) for the purposes of building Logging information systems is carried out in order to know the asset wealth of the country, the purposes of planning and development, and maintenance as well as the income of the Government/local government. It captures the building for the purposes of the information system includes general data, technical data, and data status/history of the land and/or the building. It captures the building referred to in this provision is not intended to issue a letter of proof of ownership of the building. Article 13 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Paragraph (2) the process of granting building permit should follow the principles of excellent service and cheap/affordable. Building permit application is the initial process of getting building permit. The local government provides the permissions request form set up informative building containing among others:  the status of land (land belonging to the other party's property or own), data  applicant/owner building (name, address, place/date of birth, occupation, number of the ID card, etc.), location data (location/address, boundaries, extent, ownership, etc.);  building plan data (function/classification, building area of the building, the floor amount/height, KDB, OUTBREAK, KDH, etc.); and  construction services provider data (name, address, person in charge of construction planners service providers), the plan of implementation of the 55 http://www.bphn.go.id/time establish the building, and the estimated cost of construction. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Paragraph (4) the building permit is one of the main prerequisites that must be met by the owner of the building in the apply to establishments/companies authorized for the gain of the Ministry of public utility district/city such as connecting the electricity network, water supply network, telephone network. Article 14 is quite clear. Article 15 is quite clear. Article 16 is quite clear. Article 17 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Paragraph (4) the principle of balance is a setting that reflects a balance between the interests of industry and society with the interests of development and the environment. The environmental balance is the appropriate environmental conditions with power tamping  environment Power Environmental carrying capacity is the ability of the environment to support human perikehidupan, other living beings and the balance between the two; and  Environmental Capacity is kemempuan of the environment to absorb substances, energy and/or other components that go in or incorporated into it. Article 18 paragraph (1) the function of the building which is not in accordance with the provisions of the site as a result of the changes, RTRW RDTR RTBL, and/or do adjustments more than 5 (five) years, except for the single longest home 10 (ten) years, since notice of determination RTRW by local governments to the owner of the building. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Article 19 is quite clear. Article 20 is quite clear. Clause 21 is quite clear. Section 22 is quite clear. Article 23 is quite clear. Article 24 is quite clear. Article 25 http://www.bphn.go.id/


56 clear enough Article 26 is quite clear. Article 27 is quite clear. Article 28 is quite clear. Article 29 is pretty clear. Article 30 of the river is the boundary beyond the riverbed which has a variation form. Article 31 is quite clear. Article 32 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Paragraph (2) Considerations against the aesthetic shape and characteristic architecture and the environment around the building are intended to further create a quality environment, such as through the harmonization of value and architectural style, the use of materials, color and texture of the exterior of the building, as well as the application of energy saving in the building. Paragraph (3) consideration of the preservation rules formed the basis of consideration of the establishment of the area as a major cultural heritage, such as the heritage area of the building is the building of Chinese architecture, colonial, or Malay architecture. Subsection (4) for example Malay architecture, the area or areas of modern architecture. Article 33 paragraph (1) spatial-in include the layout of the space and the space in the building. Paragraph (2) the definition of efficiency is the ratio between the effective spaces and spaces of circulation, furniture layout, dimensions of space against a number of users, etc. Is the spatial effectiveness-in is the layout of the spaces corresponding to its functions, activities that take place in it, antarruang relationships, etc. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Paragraph (4) eligibility for salvation in a nomenclature and the interior space is manifested in the use of building materials and the means of escape. Eligibility for health in space and the interior layout was realized in natural lighting and/or artificial, natural ventilation and/or artificial, and the use of building materials. Eligibility for comfort in space-in the space, or equivalently realized in circulation within the space, and the use of building materials. Eligibility for ease in layout of spaces and interior realized in fulfillment of the accessibility antarruang. Article 34 paragraph (1) http://www.bphn.go.id/57 is quite clear. Paragraph (2) resapan regional Requirements related to eligibility for a minimum coefficient of green areas which should be provided, while the access of rescue for public buildings related to the provision of access to the rescue vehicles, such as fire department vehicles and ambulances, to enter into building site in question. Article 35 is quite clear. Article 36 paragraph (1) the criteria that determine the existence of important impacts in this chapter are defined based on the level of science and technology, therefore this criterion may be changed in accordance with the development of science and technology so that it is not liminatif. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Subsection (5) is quite clear. Subsection (6) is quite clear. Article 37 paragraph (1) the unity of the character of the functional aspects, social, economic, and ecosystems. Paragraph (2) building and Environment Program is a further elaboration of the appropriation of land that had been set for a specific period of time, which contains the type, amount, quantity, and the total area of the building, as well as the needs of green open space, public facilities, social facilities, infrastructure accessibility, means of lighting, and means of environmental health, either in the form of structuring of infrastructure and means of existing or new, for example: facilitating employee dining , and so on. General plan and the draft guidelines is the building of governance provisions and the environment that contains the land allocation plan, plan perpetakan, plan footprint, system plans the movement, plan the infrastructure and means of environment, environmental accessibility plan, and plans exist for visual building of social layer for all interested parties in the area. General plan and the draft Guide made in the image of a two-dimensional, three-dimensional images, and/or scale model: trimatra. Investment plan is the referral program building and investment environment based on program and building the neighborhood as well as the provisions of the General plan and the plan guide, which contains the short term investment program (1-5 years), medium term (5-20 years), and/or long-term (at least 20 years), which carries the investment cost estimation, both the old building Setup as well as new development plans and development as well as their funding patterns. Provision of control plans and guidelines for controlling the implementation of the requirements is tata building and http://www.bphn.go.id/58 environment set for the region in question, the procedure of licensing, and the institutions responsible for the control of implementation. Article 38 paragraph (1) in the case of private or community wanted to craft a deal on the basis of own RTBL must still meet the requirements that are applicable in the region concerned and with the approval of local governments. In terms of the management of real-estate area or the industrial park is managed by a private company, then the company can arrange the RTBL concerned with engaging the public and approval of related government agencies. Furthermore the RTBL can be agreed and signed as a tool for controlling development and utilization in the region concerned. In the case of a region or Community environmental agreement to embody the region into an area more livable neighborhoods, self berjati, and productive, then the local community can be initiated the drafting of the RTBL with the approval of the related regional government agencies next RTBL can be agreed upon and established by local governments as a means of controlling development and utilization in the region or the environment are concerned. Paragraph (2) based on the pattern that will be laid out, problem identification, potential for development, and the desired image.  improvements, namely handling patterns with heavy activity points improvements and development of environmental infrastructure and facilities including most aspects of the grammar of the building;  Development of back, i.e. patterns of handling with heavy use of space activities point environmental building seoptimal is probably based on spatial plan, the creation of spaces that are more qualified, and optimization of intensity of construction of the building;  Development of new pattern handling to the point of heavy activity to build the new building an environment based on spatial and the principles of the arrangement of the building;  preservation, namely handling patterns with heavy activity points that remain animate kemajemukan and balance the function of the building environment through conservation and/or protection of the building and its surroundings, such as the revitalization, regeneration, etc. Paragraph (3) consideration of the expert team building and consideration of public opinion is meant to get the results of the RTBL applicative and agreed upon by all parties. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Article 39 the definition of infrastructure and public facilities such as trails and/or the green line, the groom air high voltage (transmission), and/or telecommunications tower, and/or water tower. 59 http://www.bphn.go.id/what is meant by the authorities is a party/agency responsible for organizing the infrastructure and means of the concerned article 40 is quite clear Article 41 Article 42 is pretty clear pretty obvious Article 43 paragraph (1) the definition of "strong/sturdy" is the condition of the building structure of the probability of failure of the structure of the building is very small, the damage to the structure is still within the limits of the technical requirements that are still acceptable during the age of the buildings planned. The definition of "stable" is the condition of the building structure is not easily tip over, sideways, or tergeser during the age of the buildings planned. What is meant by "terms of kelayanan" (serviceability) is the condition of the building structure which in addition meet the safety requirements also provide a sense of safe, comfortable, and good for users. What is meant by "the durability of the structure" is the age structure of the long (lifetime) in accordance with the plans, not easily broken, worn out, tired (fatigue) in bearing the burden. In terms of building using prefabricated buildings, prefabricated building materials should be designed so that it has a system of good and reliable connections, as well as being able to withstand the lift at the time of installation. The planning structure should also consider durability of building materials against damage caused by weather, insect destroyer and/or fungi, and guarantee the reliability of building appropriate age technical services planned. Subsection (2) is the burden of the charge remains charge dead load is the weight of its own building and the burden of the charge life arising due to the function of the building. Is the burden of the charge while in addition to earthquake and wind, including the burden of the charge incurred due to collision or encouragement of wind, etc. Paragraph (3) part of the structure such as a chassis, sliding walls, columns, beams, floors, floor without beams, and combination. Paragraph (4) Daktail is the ability of building structures to maintain enough strength and rigidity, so the structure of the building remained standing even though it was already in a State on the verge of collapse. Subsection (5) is quite clear. Section 44 subsection (1) any building, except a single home and home series of the simple, must have passive protection system which is the protection of the residents and property based on the design of architectural component or setting and http://www.bphn.go.id/structures


60 the building so that it can protect the occupants and possessions from loss in the event of a fire. The settings of the components of the architecture and the structure of the building, among others, in the use of building materials and construction that is fireproof, kompartemenisasi and separation, and protection on the openings. Every building, except a single home and home series of the simple, must be equipped with the active protection system which is the protection of property against fire hazard based on providing equipment that can work either automatically or manually, use by the occupants or firefighters in carrying out operation blackout. Provision of fire security equipment as active protection system, among others, provision of fire alarm and detection system, fire hydrant outside and inside the building, fire extinguishers, and/or sprinkler. In terms of single dwelling home owners intend to complete building the building with protection system of passive and/or active, then it must meet the requirements of planning, installation, and maintenance of appropriate guidelines and technical standards in force. Paragraph (2) the use of building materials for the function and classification of specific building including the use of flame-retardant building material has to go through testing performed by an accredited testing Institute. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Paragraph (4) building with spacious, classification, functions, number of floors, and/or with a certain number of residents, including:  public buildings with occupants of at least 500 people, or that has a floor area of at least 5,000 m², and/or have a height of over 8 floors;  Building industry with the number of occupants at least 500 people, or that has a floor area of at least 5,000 m2, or broad site/area of more than 5,000 m², and/or there are hazardous materials flammable;  building and special functions. Subsection (5) is quite clear. Article 45 is quite clear. Article 46 is pretty clear. Article 47 paragraph (1) the system of safeguards, among others, by performing the checks either by manual or with the equipment of the detector to the possibility that visitors carry dangerous objects that can be used to blow up and/or burned the building and/or the user/visitor is in it. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Article 48 is quite clear. Article 49 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) http://www.bphn.go.id/61 permanent Openings is part on an open wall fixed to allow air circulation. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Subsection (5) is quite clear. Subsection (6) is quite clear. Paragraph (7) is quite clear. Article 50 paragraph (1) natural lighting can be any openings in the wall, the wall of translucent, and/or translucent roof. The wall of translucent glass that uses the walls for example. For example the use of translucent roof tile glass or skylights. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Paragraph (4) the level of illumination or lighting levels in a room generally is defined as the average lighting level in the field of employment. What is meant by areas of work are the imaginary horizontal field located 0.75 m above the floor in the entire room. Glare as a result use of natural lighting from direct sunlight, the sky was bright, the outer object, as well as from the reflection of the glass and so on, need to be controlled so as not to interfere with the levels of illumination required appropriate function space in the building of paragraph (5) in the form of emergency Lighting emergency lights were installed on:  the lobby and corridors;  room that had over 300 m². Subsection (6) is quite clear. Paragraph (7) is quite clear. Article 51 is clear enough. Article 52 is quite clear. Article 53 is quite clear. Article 54 is quite clear. Article 55 is quite clear. Article 56 is quite clear. Section 57 subsection (1) letter a is quite clear. Letter b http://www.bphn.go.id/62 Permeability soil is a soil absorption against the rain. The letter c is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Subsection (5) is quite clear. Subsection (6) is quite clear. Article 58 is quite clear. Article 59 is quite clear. Article 60 sufficiently clear. Article 61 is quite clear. Article 62 paragraph (1) letter a consideration of function spaces in terms of the level of public or private interests, efficiency and the achievement of space. Letter b safety Considerations include ease of attainment to the emergency door in the event of an emergency (earthquake, fire, etc.) Health considerations, among others, of the possibility of the circulation of fresh air and natural lighting. Paragraph (2) letter a Consideration over such matters intended to unobtainable dimension that gives the user convenience in conducting its activities. Letter b antarruang horizontal Circulation among other floor travelator, walking/corridors and/or hall; vertical antarruang and circulation, among other things, ladders, ladders of ram running/walking/floor escalator, travelator and/or lif. The letter c safety Considerations include ease of attainment to the emergency door in the event of an emergency (earthquake, fire, etc.). Health considerations, among others, of the possibility of the circulation of fresh air and natural lighting. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Article 63 clause (1) is quite clear. Paragraph (2) http://www.bphn.go.id/63 air temperature and humidity Settings can use air conditioning equipment (Air-conditioning). Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Article 64 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Paragraph (2) letter a is quite clear. Letter b Potential spaces outside the building such as green open spaces, hills, rivers, lakes etc., need to be utilized to get the comfort of a view in the building. The letter c is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Article 65 paragraph (1) is the source of the vibration is vibrating source remains such as: genset, AHU, lif, and the source engine shakes not fixed as: earthquakes, trains, airplanes, construction activities. To get a comfort level against the vibrations caused by the activities and/or use of the equipment can be corrected by considering the use of vibration reducer system, either through the selection of construction systems, the selection and use of materials, as well as with the separation. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Article 66 Para (1) Setting against the noise started from technical planning stage, either through building design as well as through spatial area. Spatial region is done by placing the building because the function raises the noise, such as factories and workshops placed on industrial zones, airports are placed on a zone that is far enough away from the settlement. The construction of the freeway/Expressway in downtown or neighborhood environment that awakens, then the road should be equipped with a means of silencer noise due to the rate of motor vehicle. Is the source of noise is intrusive sound source in the form of drone, echoes, echoes of sound reflection/or irregular. For building founded on a site which has a disturbing noise levels, setting it started since the planning stages of technical design, either through the building or through a spatial region with attention to the noise threshold, for example noise threshold for settlement in the area is of 60 dB measured 3 metres from the sound source. The architecture of the building and/or the spaces in the building, as well as the use of equipment and/or materials for http://www.bphn.go.id/64 embody the desired comfort level in tackling nuisance noise, still consider the compliance against the requirements of the safety, health, and in accordance with the functions of the building are concerned. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Article 67 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) Infrastructure and means for home living can be a dumpster, parking, drainage channels in the site, septic tank, the well resapan. Section 68 subsection (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) mainly for building/room that is used by a user with such a large number of meeting rooms, classrooms, halls, venues, and corridors, the door must open outwards. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Subsection (5) is quite clear. Article 69 is quite clear. Article 70 paragraph (1) of the local government with the consideration of the expert team building, can establish the use of elevators in the building with a height below five floors. The owner of a building with a height of buildings under the building has five floors, which means providing elevators, must meet the conditions of the planning, installation and maintenance of elevators. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Subsection (5) is quite clear. Article 71 paragraph (1) for the storied building, means a way out include the provision of emergency/fire stairs. Hazard warning system in the form of fire alarm systems and/or warning system using the audio/sound. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Paragraph (4) http://www.bphn.go.id/


65 Management disaster relief or emergency emergency follow-up plan including providing disaster relief in the building. Certain buildings such as: the number of residents of more than 500 people, or over 5,000 m ², and/or the height above the floor of 8 (eight). Subsection (5) is quite clear. Article 72 paragraph (1) the House in the form of a single home and home series is simple not required is equipped with facilities and accessibility for the disabled and the elderly. Building occupancy function such as an apartment, dorm, bunk houses, flats or the like remain obliged to provide facilities and accessibility for the disabled and the elderly. Paragraph (2) Toilet for the disabled is provided exclusively with the dimensions of space and certain doors that disabled people can use them independently. Parking lot is a parking lot and area up and down special vehicles for the disabled and the elderly which is equipped with accessibility as well as allowing downs for wheelchairs. They saw the public telephones for the disabled put in a location easily accessible and with a certain height that allows people with disabilities can use it independently. Guide line is the line reserved for pedestrians and wheelchairs which provide guidance and direction to a certain place. Signs and markings is signs are verbal, visual, or signs that can be felt or touched. Signs and markers the markers for the disabled, among others, in the form of road direction and purpose on the pedestrian barriers in public bathroom/wc, signs on a public phone, special parking signs, sign letters embossed/braille for disabled and elderly. Marka is a sign that made/drawn/written on the page/floor/walkway. Turnstile doors and access into the building it is possible to be opened and closed by the disabled and elderly independently. RAM is the path of wheelchair for the disabled with a specific width and slope allowing wheelchair access with easy grip and arrowroot and sufficient lighting. The ladder is a vertical movement of safe facilities for the disabled and the elderly. For a building using lif, lif button height it is possible to reach by wheelchair users and is equipped with a device for the disabled deaf and tuna netra. When the multi-storey buildings are not equipped with elevators, other means are provided which allow the disabled and elderly to achieve the intended floor. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Article 73 paragraph (1) http://www.bphn.go.id/66 letter a provision of spaces of worship are planned with consideration of the easily visible, accomplished, and given the signs of bookmarks, and equipped with adequate facilities for the needs of worship. Letter b provision of locker room planned with consideration of easily visible/known marker signs fed, easily reached, and equipped with adequate facilities. The letter c provision of baby room planned with consideration of the easily visible, accomplished, and given the signs and markers are equipped with adequate facilities for the needs of caring for a baby. D provision of toilets are planned with consideration of a number of building users and easy to see and reach. Letter e provision of parking places is planned with consideration of the function of the building, and did not interfere with the environment. The parking lot can be a parking, inside the building, and/or parking deck. Letter f provision of trash is planned with consideration of the function of the building, the type of waste, the ease of transport, taking into account the user's health and the environment. G the provision of communication and information systems that include phone and sound in the building are planned with consideration of the function of the building and not to disturb the environment. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Article 74 is quite clear. Article 75 is quite clear. Article 76 is quite clear. Article 77 is pretty clear. Article 78 is quite clear. Article 79 is quite clear. Article 80 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) http://www.bphn.go.id/67 clear enough. Paragraph (4) letter a is quite clear. The letter b is quite clear. The letter c on the Drainage terraces are kept do not get into meresapkan water into the ground. The letter d For steep slopes, with a slope of more than 40 (forty) degrees or around 80% (eighty-perseratus) the plant not too tightly and interspersed with shorter plants and light as well as at the base of grass planted. The letter e is quite clear. The letter f is quite clear. The letter g is quite clear. H the Foundation pillar of the stake to avoid the danger of liquefaction. Article 81 is quite clear. Article 82 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) of the rules of construction applicable to allow such development design system and wake up (design build), wake up to the transfers (build, operate, and transfer/BOT), and wake up belong to (build, own, operate/BOO). Section 83 subsection (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) the expert/experienced is a person who has a background in the field of building. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Subsection (5) the employment guidelines constitute the frame of reference assignment is agreed upon by the owner and provider of technical building planning. Subsection (6) is quite clear. Paragraph (7) is quite clear. Subsection (8) is quite clear. Article 84 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Paragraph (2) http://www.bphn.go.id/68 technical plan documents For incomplete returned to come. Paragraph (3) a technical plan documents For a complete assessment is not done yet. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Subsection (5) is quite clear. Subsection (6) is quite clear. Paragraph (7) is quite clear. Article 85 is quite clear. Section 86 subsection (1) is quite clear. Paragraph (2) classifications of buildings for the issuance of BUILDING PERMITS as a basis to determine the length (duration) of the time the publishing process IMB paragraph (3) is quite clear. Article 87 paragraph (1) before applying for a building permit, every person should have a certificate plan of kabupaten/kota is obtained quickly and without cost. Certificate plan of kabupaten/kota given by local government based on the image map the location where the building will be established by the owner. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) of the special provisions that apply on a location/region, such as information about the: Quake-prone region /tsunami;  landslide-prone areas;  flood-prone areas;  ground at contaminated locations (brown field area);  preservation area; and/or the region  enacted a specific architecture. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Article 88 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Paragraph (4) of the associated letters including letter agreement between land owners and the owner of the building if the building owner is not the owner of the land. Subsection (5) is quite clear. Article 89 is quite clear. Article 90 is quite clear. http://www.bphn.go.id/69 91 Article quite clear. Article 92 is quite clear. Article 93 is quite clear. Article 94 is quite clear. Article 95 is quite clear. Section 96 subsection (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) a technical plan of architecture in the form of a picture of the situation; floor plan; the picture looks ahead; the image looks aside; pictures of pieces of the transverse; elongated pieces of Verse and drawings (4) related letters including letter agreement between land owners and the owner of the building if the building owner is not the owner of the land. Subsection (5) is quite clear. Article 97 Article 98 is pretty obvious is quite clear. Article 99 is pretty clear. Article 100 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) Repairs, alterations, and/or building restoration done in accordance with the level of damage to the building. The level of damage to the building can be either mild damage, moderate damage, or heavy damage. A mild degree of damage is damage especially on non structural components, such as roofing, ceiling, floor covering, wall partitions/filler. The extent of damage being damage is in most structural components, such as the structure of the roof, floors and the like. The degree of damage is severe damage to most of the building components. Article 101 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Paragraph (2) Documents the implementation of the technical plan is a document that has been approved and ratified, including pictures of the work execution (shop drawings) that are part of the bond documents work. Completeness inspection is the examination documents the execution of the work by checking out the full document or not based on the standard of the work planning and the need for its implementation. http://www.bphn.go.id/


70 examination of truth is the examination documents the execution of jobs on the basis of the accuracy of image plan, calculations and compliance with the conditions of the field. Keterlaksanaan construction is a condition which describes whether certain parts and/or all parts of the building are made technical plan can be implemented in accordance with the conditions in the field. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Paragraph (4) letter a is quite clear. The letter b is quite clear. The letter c is quite clear. Letter d Activity maintenance time trial covering the implementation of the construction operations building and its furnishings, operator training necessary, and preparation of the manual operation and maintenance of the building and its furnishings. Subsection (5) is the application of the principles of safety and occupational health (K3) including the implementation of the management system of safety and occupational health (17). Subsection (6) in case the examination of the final construction work was done by construction services providers, examination of the results of the final construction work was also done to the other documents that contained in document bond work. Paragraph (7) is the operation and Maintenance Manual instructions technical operation and maintenance building, equipment and supplies mechanical and electrical building (manual operation and maintenance). Article 102 is quite clear. Article 103 paragraph (1) the supervisory activities of the construction was done by the owner or by using a service provider that has the construction supervisory certification in accordance with the legislation. Construction management activities carried out by the construction management services provider who has certification in accordance with the legislation. The local Government to conduct surveillance of construction through the mechanism of the issuance of the building permit at the time of building will be built and the issuance of the certificate be eligible to function at the time of building was completed. Local Government can conduct surveillance against the execution of the construction of the building which had an indication of a violation of a building permit http://www.bphn.go.id/71 building and/or execution of construction that harm the environment. Subsection (2) in the case of supervision performed by the owner of the building, a supervisory construction is done mainly on quality control and time. When supervision is performed by the provider of construction supervision, supervision of implementation of construction include quality, time, and cost. The results of the supervisory activities of the building construction in the form of surveillance activities, report the results of phased implementation progress reports against the construction, and reports the results of the examination of the health function of the building. Paragraph (3) the results of building construction management activities in the form of the report of the technical planning activities control activities, control the execution of the construction, supervision of the execution of the construction, and reports the results of the examination of the health function of the building. Construction management is used for the implementation of the building construction work has: number of floors  over 4 floors, the building's total area of  over 5,000 m², special function buildings,   needs to involve more than one (1) service providers planning construction, nor the service provider implementation, construction and/or  implementation time more than 1 (one) year budget (multiyears project). Paragraph (4) the Health Inspection functions are performed after the building completed by implementing construction, prior to submission to the owner of the building. If the pengawasannya is done by the owner, then the examination of the health function of the building was done by the local government apparatus based on owner report to the local government building, that building has been completed. Article 104 is quite clear. Article 105 is quite clear. Article 106 is quite clear. Article 107 is quite clear. Article 108 is quite clear. Article 109 is quite clear. Article 110 is quite clear. Article 111 paragraph (1) utilization of building done by following rules generally objective, functional, procedural, and make use of science and technology. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. http://www.bphn.go.id/72 subsection (4) is building for the public interest such as hotels, offices, malls, apartment. Building owners can follow the program coverage to the possibility of building failures, natural disasters, and/or building utilization during the melee. Program coverage among others, protection of assets and building users. The failure of the building can be the collapse of construction and/or fire. Article 112 is quite clear. Article 113 is quite clear. Article 114 is quite clear. Article 115 is quite clear. Article 116 is quite clear. Article 117 is quite clear. Section 118 subsection (1) For simple single-home or home simple sequence not necessary be eligible certificate extension functions. Is a simple single-home or home runs are simple in this provision is not a multilevel House with a total floor area of a maximum of 36 m² and a total land area of maximum of 72 m². To be eligible to a certificate of extension of the functions of the building required an examination of the health function of the building. An examination of the health function of the building was done by the reviewer the technical building, including the activities of the examination of the impact inflicted upon utilization of building to the environment in accordance with the function and classification of building in the building permit. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Paragraph (4) be eligible certification function for most buildings can only be given when building buildings apart horizontally or separate unitary construction. Subsection (5) any costs which are necessary for the examination of the health function study of technical service providers by building became the responsibility of the owner or user. Local government in conducting an examination of the health function of the building can include professional technical reviewer, and overseer of the building (building inspector) certified while the owners remain responsible and liable for maintaining the reliability of the building. In the event that there is not yet a reviewer building technical, technical studies undertaken by local governments and to working with the Association of profession associated with the building. Article 119 is pretty clear. http://www.bphn.go.id/73 Article 120 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Paragraph (2) the determination of the protection and preservation of the building can include environment that supports the unity of the building's existence. The anticipation to the possibility of the failure of the building because of the age of buildings, fires, natural disasters and/or riot, among others through the program coverage, and this can form part of a Government incentive program and/or local Government to the owner of the building. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Subsection (5) is quite clear. Article 121 is quite clear. Section 122 subsection (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) in this case the function of the building can be changed to a limited extent for example as museums and the like, as long as it is still within the limits of the provisions of the spatial plan. Subsection (4) in this case the function of the building can be changed throughout the main support of preservation and utilization, does not reduce the value of protection and pelestariannya, as well as all still within the limits of the provisions of the spatial plan. Subsection (5) in this case the function of the building can be changed throughout the main support of preservation and utilization, do not remove the protection values and pelestariannya, as well as all still within the limits of the provisions of the spatial plan. Article 123 Para (1) in conducting the identification and documentation, Government and/or local authorities encourage the role of the community who care about the preservation of the building. Paragraph (2) identification and documentation is done by making use of advances in science and technology, such as geographic information systems, computerization, and digital technology. Article 124 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Paragraph (2) In the utilization of the building is protected and conserved, for example for primary classification building, then physically entirely original form cannot be modified. Paragraph (3) http://www.bphn.go.id/


74 is the laws-an invitation here, among others, is the legislation in the field of cultural heritage objects. Paragraph (4) the protection of the building and the environment is protected and conserved include the activities of nurturing, caring for, checking periodically, and/or be eligible to proceed to function in accordance with its classification. Subsection (5) may include Incentives help maintenance, maintenance, periodic examination, building management, compensation and/or other incentives based on laws-invitation. Incentives help maintenance, maintenance, periodic examination and/or given for the building which is not exploited commercially, such as residential or museum. Incentives in the form of compensation given to the building which are exploited commercially such as hotels or tourist facility (gift shop). Article 125 is quite clear. Article 126 clearly Enough. Section 127 subsection (1) safety and Security Considerations meant against the possibility of the risk incurred due to building demolition activities which resulted in the salvation of the community and damage to the environment, building owner can follow the coverage program. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Article 128 paragraph (1), reports from the community following the provisions of the community's role in the Organization of the building. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Paragraph (4) the owner and/or users, the building was identified and is set to be dismantled, in conducting technical studies can show the results of the technical study and/or periodic inspection results that last. Local governments do a technical assessment against a single-home House in particular core simple home grown and healthy with empower capability and enhance the role of the community as well as working together with the Association of building construction services providers. Subsection (5) is quite clear. Subsection (6) is quite clear. Paragraph (7) is quite clear. Paragraph (8) 75 http://www.bphn.go.id/is quite clear. Section 129 subsection (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) the publication of a letter revoking the certificate at the same time the dismantling of the assignment be eligible to existing functions. Determination of the specific building demolition was done taking into account the opinion of the expert team building and the results of the public hearings. Subsection (4) in the event the homeowner lives filed a notice in writing to dismantling the building the building to be repaired, expanded and/or modified function, then by building permit the publication of new data automatically on a letter of proof of ownership. In terms of the residential buildings are dismantled entirely and not to rebuilt, then such notice is a notice for deletion letter proof of ownership of the building. Section 130 subsection (1) is a provider of building construction in the execution of the demolition is a service provider implementation of the construction that has the experience and competence to dismantle the building, either in general or specifically with the use of equipment and/or specific technologies, for example by the use of explosives. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) revocation of a letter of approval means reanimation building ownership data. Article 131 subsection (1) consists of the demolition plan of technical concepts and image detail, pictures of the demolition plan implementation work plan, demolition and the terms (RKS) disassembly, schedules, methods, and stages of demolition, environmental safeguards, the plan and the plan of the location where the waste disposal demolition. Use of technical plan must be notified, in writing, in a letter of assignment or a subpoena to owners building demolition by local governments, except for building specific functions by the Government. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) in case of disassembly based on a proposal from the owners and/or users of the building, then the socializing and written notice on the community around building done by the owners and/or users of the building together with the local government. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Article 132 is pretty clear. http://www.bphn.go.id/76 Article 133 is quite clear. Article 134 is quite clear. Article 135 is quite clear. Article 136 is quite clear. Article 137 is pretty clear. Article 138 is quite clear. Article 139 is quite clear. Article 140 is quite clear. Article 141 quite clearly. Article 142 is quite clear. Article 143 is quite clear. Article 145 is quite clear. Article 146 is quite clear. Article 147 is quite clear. Section 148 subsection (1) all Purppose building includes, among others, the village hall, the meeting hall of the districts and halls. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Article 149 is quite clear. Article 150 is quite clear. Article 151 is quite clear. Article 152 is quite clear. Article 153 is quite clear. Article 154 is quite clear. Article 155 is quite clear. Article 156 is quite clear. Article 157 is quite clear. Article 158 is quite clear. Article 159 is quite clear. Article 160 (1) http://www.bphn.go.id/Verse 77 is pretty clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) to keep order in the conduct of the building can be either refrain from attitudes and behavior to create tranquility, cleanliness and comfort. Prevent any act done with the groups reporting to the authorities if it can not be done in a persuasive and mainly has already led to criminal action. Reduce the level of reliability of such damaging building, move and/or remove equipment and building supplies. Interfere with the conduct of the building as it impedes the entrance to the site and/or put objects that can harm human and environmental safety. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Article 161 is quite clear. Article 162 is quite clear. Article 163 is quite clear. Article 164 is quite clear. Chapter 165 is quite clear. Article 166 is quite clear. Article 167 quite clearly. Article 168 is quite clear. Article 169 is quite clear. Article 170 is quite clear. Article 171 Article 172 pretty clear pretty obvious Article 173 is quite clear. Article 174 is quite clear. Article 175 is quite clear. Article 176 is quite clear. Article 177 is quite clear. Article 178 is quite clear. Article 179 is quite clear. Article 180 is quite clear. Article 181 is quite clear. Article 182 http://www.bphn.go.id/78 is quite clear. Article 183 is quite clear. Article 184 is quite clear. Article 185 is quite clear. 186 article quite clear. Article 187 is quite clear. Article 188 is quite clear. http://www.bphn.go.id/