Regional Regulation No. 5 Of 2010

Original Language Title: Peraturan Daerah Nomor 5 Tahun 2010

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Microsoft Word-Perda No. 05 of 2010 ttg SHEET URgeDung.doc building AREA of BANDUNG CITY YEAR: 2010 number: 05 BANDUNG AREA REGULATION number 05 in 2010 ABOUT BUILDING with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY of BANDUNG CITY MAYOR, Considering: a. that in order to be able to assure the safety of building occupants and the environment to be held in an orderly, realized in accordance with its functions, as well as the fulfillment of administrative and technical requirements of the building; b. that the provisions of the buildings in the city of Bandung has been established by applicable local Municipality level II Bandung No. 14 in 1998 about the buildings in the municipality Region level II Bandung, however he set up with Act No. 28 of 2002 on Building with the Organization rules then applicable local Municipality level II Bandung number 14 of 1998 referred to above were necessary adjustments; c. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a and letter b, need to form a Regulatory Area of Bandung city about Building; Remember: 1. Act No. 16 of 1950 on the establishment of the area of a major city in Eastern Java Environment, Central Java, West Java and Yogyakarta (the set of rules of the country of establishment of the area of the region) as amended by Act No. 13 of 1954 about Modifying Act No. 16 and 17 in 1950 (Republic of Indonesia before) about the formation of large cities and small towns in Java (Gazette Republic of Indonesia Number 40 of 1954 Additional Sheets, the Republic of Indonesia Number 551); 2. Act ... http://www.bphn.go.id/2 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 State Gazette Supplementary Number 2043); 3. 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); 4. Act No. 4 of 1992 on housing and Settlements (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 23 in 1992, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3469); 5. Act No. 5 of 1992 about the Objects of cultural heritage (the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 24 of 1992, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3470); 6. 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 3886); 7. 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); 8. Act No. 28 of 1999 regarding the Organization of a country that is clean and free from corruption, collusion, and Nepotism (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 75 in 1999, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3851); 9. 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); 10. Act No. 1 of 2004 on the Treasury of the State (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia in 2004, an additional Sheet No. 5 of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4355); 11. Act No. 7 of 2004 about water resources (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 32 year 2004, additional sheets of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4377); 12. 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); 13. Act ... http://www.bphn.go.id/3 13. 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 it has several times changed with Act No. 12 of 2008 about the second amendment in the law number 12 of the year 2008 (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 59 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4844); 14. Act No. 38 of 2004 concerning road (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 132 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4444); 15. Act No. 26 of 2007 concerning Spatial (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 75 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3851); 16. Act No. 18 of 2008 on waste management (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Year 2008 Number 69 Additional sheets of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4851); 17. Act No. 25 of 2009 about public service (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 112 in 2009, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5038); 18. Law Number 32 year 2009 on the protection and management of Environment (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia year 2009 Number 140); 19. Act No. 36 of 2009 about health (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 144 in 2009, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5063); 20. Act No. 44 of 2009 about hospitals (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 153 in 2009, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5072); 21. Government Regulation No. 4 of 1988 on the construction of Flats (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 7 in 1988, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3372); 22. 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); 23. The regulations ... http://www.bphn.go.id/4 23. Government Regulation number 18 in 1999 about the management of hazardous materials and toxic waste (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 31 of 1999, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3815); 24. Government Regulation Number 27 in 2002 about the Radio Active waste management (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 52 of 2002); 25. 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); 26. 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); 27. Government Regulation number 6 in 2006 about the management of Goods belonging to the country/region (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 20 in 2006, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4614) as amended by the Government Regulation Number 38 in 2008 (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 78 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4855); 28. Government Regulation Number 38 in 2007 about Government Affairs Divisions between the Government, local governance and local governance Provincial district/city (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 82 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4737); 29. Government Regulation Number 3 of 2010 about organizing the Spatial (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 21 of 2010, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5103); 30. Regulation of the Minister of public works Number 29/PRT/M/2006 in 2006 about Building technical requirements Guidelines; 31. Regulation of the Minister of public works number 26/PRT/M/2008 Year 2008 about Fire protection system technical requirements on Building and environment; 32. The regulations ... http://www.bphn.go.id/


5 32. Applicable local Municipality Area level II Bandung number 4 in 1986 about Investigator civil servant Within the municipal Area local governance level II Bandung (Regional Municipality Sheet Regencies Bandung in 1986 Number 13); 33. Applicable local Municipality Area level II Bandung number 10 in 1989 about the limits of the municipality Region level II Bandung (Regional Municipality Sheet Regencies Bandung 1989 number 03); 34. Applicable local Municipality Area level II Bandung number 8 in 1993 about Flats (Area of the municipal Gazette Regencies Bandung in 1993 number 09); 35. The area of Bandung city Regulation No. 15 of 2001 on prevention and countermeasures of the fire (the sheet Area of Bandung in 2001 Number 31); 36. Local regulations of Bandung city number 03 in 2005 about the Organization of the order, Cleanliness and beauty (the sheet Area of Bandung city 2005 number 03) as amended by regulation Area of Bandung city number 11 in 2005 (the sheet Area of Bandung city 2005 number 11); 37. Local regulations of Bandung city number 02 2004 about Spatial Plan area (RTRW) Bandung (Bandung Region Gazette 2004 number 02), as amended by Regional Regulation of Bandung city number 03 2006 (Gazette Area of Bandung city 2006 number 03); 38. The regulation Area of Bandung city number 08 in 2007 about the Affairs of the Government of the region of Bandung (Bandung Region Gazette Year 2007 number 07); 39. Local regulations of Bandung city number 05 in 2008 about procedures for the establishment of Regional Regulations (Gazette Area of Bandung city in 2008 number 05); 40. Local regulations of Bandung city number 08 in 2008 about the long term Regional development plan (RPJPD) 2005-2025 (Gazette Area of Bandung city in 2008 number 08); 41. Local regulations of Bandung city number 09 in 2008 about the management of the goods (the sheets 2008 Bandung Area number 09); 42. The regulations ... http://www.bphn.go.id/6 42. Regulatory Area of Bandung city number 09 in 2009 about the medium term Regional development plan (RPJMD) Bandung in 2009-2013 (Gazette Area of Bandung in 2009 number 09); 43. Bandung City Area Regulations No. 10 of 2009 about health systems of Bandung (Bandung Region Gazette Year 2008 number 10); 44. Local regulations of Bandung city number 19 in 2009 about the management of the buildings and the heritage area (Sheet Area of Bandung in 2009 number 19); 45. Bandung City Area Rule number 26 in 2009 about the equality and empowerment of people with disabilities (the sheet Area of Bandung in 2009 number 26); Together with the approval of the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES and Mayor of BANDUNG CITY AREA of BANDUNG DECIDED: setting: LOCAL REGULATIONS ABOUT BUILDING the CITY of BANDUNG. CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this Area Regulations is: 1. The Central Government which is hereinafter referred to as the Government of President of the Republic of Indonesia that holds the powers of the Government of the Republic of Indonesia as stipulated in the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia. 2. The region is the city of Bandung. 3. Local Government is the Government of the city of Bandung. 4. The Mayor is the Mayor of Bandung. 5. Representatives of the regional PARLIAMENT, hereinafter abbreviated are Representatives of the regional city of Bandung. 6. Service ... http://www.bphn.go.id/7 6. Is the unit of Service Organization Device related Areas in the field of technical building in the environment of local government. 7. the designated Official is an official of the regional government's environment gets a delegation of Mayors in the field of building. 8. The clerk is one or more in the service of the environment and/or its designees to stewardship Building in the area. 9. 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. 10. 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. 11. A particular Building is a building that functions to the 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. 12. Building Classification is the classification of the functions of the building based on the fulfillment of the requirements of the level of the administrative and technical requirements. 13. Bangun-bangunan is an embodiment of the physical architecture, which is the creation of an environment that stands above the ground or resting on the runway with a specific construction arrangement so that it formed a limited space in whole or in part of which serves as a and/or does not constitute a complementary building. 14. Perpetakan is the field of land defined its boundaries as a units according to the plan of the city. 15. Kaveling/persil is a perpetakan land, which according to considerations of local Government can be used to place the building. 16. building is any activity set up, dismantle, renew, replace all or part of the building, extending or bangun-bangunan. 17. Setting up ... http://www.bphn.go.id/8 17. The building the building is erected, create or modify, renew, extend, add or dismantling the building or any part thereof including any activities conducted on the land in question. 18. Demolition is a dismantle or demolish the whole or part of the building, building materials, components, and/or infrastructure and facilities. 19. the Boundary Lines of the buildings further abbreviated GSB is the line on the page of persil building drawn parallel to the line of us streets, riverfront, or u.s. fencing with a certain distance and is the boundary between section kavling/persil to be built and that should not be built building. 20. The line of the border roads are further abbreviated GSJ is beyond the boundary line or road safety plan of the width of the road. 21. The Basic Building Coefficient hereinafter abbreviated as KDB is the coefficient of broad comparison between the ground floor of the building with an area of persil/kaveling/block allocation. 22. The coefficient of the floor of the building which further shortened the OUTBREAK is widespread comparisons between the coefficients of a whole floor of the building with an area of persil/kaveling/block allocation. 23. Open green space which further abbreviated TELEGINEN is an elongated area/path and/or clumped, which usage is more open, where growing plants, either grown naturally or deliberately planted. 24. Urban Green open spaces which further abbreviated RTHKP is part of the open space of an urban area that is populated by the herbs and plants to support the benefits of ecological, social, cultural, economic, and aesthetic. 25. Open space Green Lawns which further shortened RTHP is open green space which is directly related to the building and located on the same persil. 26. Green Base Coefficient hereinafter abbreviated KDH is coefficient comparison between total area area of green building with an area of persil/kaveling. 27. The green building which subsequently abbreviated DHB is a green area on the building of garden-roof (roof-garden) as well as planting on the sides of buildings as in the balcony and the ways they saw the other plants on the walls of buildings. 28. Permission ... http://www.bphn.go.id/


9 28. 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, dismantle and/or keep the building according to the requirements of the administrative and technical requirements that apply. 29. The Building Permit hereinafter abbreviated SIMB are letter decisions on building permits. 30. The letter of the license Work Planner which further shortened SLBP is a means of control used to build the local government and control of the planners and Supervisors as well as the implementation of the Construction Engineering Research building. 31. Road transport infrastructure is the land in any form including its part encompasses all complementary buildings and equipment intended for public traffic good vehicles or persons. 32. the Spatial Plan is the result of spatial planning. 33. The plan of Spatial Territory hereinafter abbreviated RTRW is the result of spatial planning regions defined by local regulations. 34. The plan of Spatial Detail hereinafter abbreviated RDTR is the elaboration of Spatial plans of the area into the urban area utilization plan. 35. The technical plan of city space which further shortened RTRK geometric space utilization plan is the city arranged for the preparation of the embodiment of the city space in the framework of the implementation of the physical development of the city. 36. A plan of the layout of the building and the environment hereinafter abbreviated RTBL is designed to guide a region to control the utilization of the 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. 37. 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. 38. 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. 39. The manual ... http://www.bphn.go.id/10 39. The technical guidelines are the technical reference is further elaboration of regulations of the area in the form of technical provisions of the Organization of the building. 40. 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. 41. 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. 42. The organizer of the Building is the owner of the building, building construction services providers, and users of the building. 43. Building Construction services provider individual person or entity the activities of its business providing construction services field building, including technical planners, implementers, the construction supervisor/construction management, including the technical reviewer building and other construction services providers. 44. Building User is the owner of the building and/or not the owner of the building, using and/or managing a building or part of the building in accordance with the functions defined. 45. 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. 46. 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 function and classification of building the set. 47. further functions be eligible Certificate abbreviated SLF Building is a certificate issued by local government except for building specific functions by the Government to declare the health functions of a building either administratively or technically, before it is used. 48. Of planning ... http://www.bphn.go.id/11 48. 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 technical specifications, plans and calculations supporting appropriate technical guidelines and applicable technical standards. 49. Technical Considerations are considerations of TABG drawn up in writing and professionals related to the fulfillment of the technical requirements of building both in the process of planning, development, utilization, preservation or demolition of buildings. 50. The maintenance activity is maintaining the reliability of the building and its infrastructure and proximity to the building in order to always be eligible to function. 51. Building Restoration is protected and conserved is the activity of fixing, restoring the building back to its original form. 52. 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. 53. 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. 54. 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. 55. 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. 56. The construction ... http://www.bphn.go.id/12 56. 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. 57. 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. 58. Supervision of the implementation of the monitoring application is (building permit), building areas of legislation and law enforcement efforts. CHAPTER II, PRINCIPLE, purpose, and SCOPE article 2 building was held based on the principle of expediency, safety, balance, and harmony building with its environment. Article 3 Setting building aims to: a. realize functional building and in accordance with a matching buildings and in harmony with their surroundings; b. manifest the orderly conduct of the building to ensure the reliability of the technical building, covering the aspects of safety, health, comfort, and convenience; and c. embody legal certainty in the conduct of the building. Article 4 of the regulation of this area regulates the provisions of the building include function, classification, requirements, organizing, community, coaching, role of investigation and sanction. Chapter ... http://www.bphn.go.id/


13 CHAPTER III FUNCTION of BUILDING the first Public article 5 (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 functions of the buildings in the area, are classified in function of the residential, business, religious, social and cultural, as well as special functions. (3) A building can have more than one function. Article 6 (1) of the residential function of the building is a building that functions primarily as a human habitation which includes single residential homes, home living series stacking, apartment houses and temporary residence. (2) the religious function of the building is a building that functions primarily as a place of worship, which includes: a. building mosques including the mosque; b. the church building included a chapel; c. temple building; d. building the monastery; and e. the building of temples. (3) building business functions is a building that functions primarily as a place to conduct business activities, the distinguished top functions: a. building office buildings: offices-owned enterprise region/state-owned enterprises, private offices, commercial office space, and the like; b. the building trade: markets, shops, malls, shopping centers, and the like; c. building industry: small, medium, large industrial industrial/heavy, and the like; d. building ... http://www.bphn.go.id/14 d. building hospitality: hotels, motels, hostels, inns, boarding houses, kondotel and the like; e. building tours and Recreation: recreation, entertainment venues, movie theaters, and the like; f. building terminal: railway station, bus station, bus stops, the air terminal, and the like; g. building sports and fitness facility; h. building public services: Conference Hall, showroom, workshop, salon, and the like; i. building storage sheds; and j. building parking lot. (4) building social and cultural function is the building that functions primarily as a place of social and cultural activities that distinguish top functions: a. building education services include: school kindergartens, primary schools, secondary schools, colleges, and the like; b. building health services include: health centers, clinics, hospitals, pharmacies, laboratories and other healthcare; c. building culture include: museum, art building, and the like; d. laboratory building; e. building government offices; and f. public service building. (5) the specific function of the building is a building that 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, which differentiated the top functions: a. building for nuclear reactors; b. building for the installation of the defence and security; and c. the building of its kind established by the Minister. (6) one building can have more than one function, all in accordance with the provisions of the land. Article ... http://www.bphn.go.id/15 article 7 functions of the building are classified based on complexity, permanensi, fire risk level, location, elevation, and ownership. The second section Building Functions Assignment article 8 (1) function and the classification of the building must comply with the provisions of the location set in RTRW, RDTR RTBL, and/or local regulations. (2) the Mayor of set functions and/or change the function of the building, except for building special functions. (3) the determination of the functions of the building are set by the Government. The third section of the Building Function Change article 9 (1) of the buildings or parts of buildings that are undergoing changes, improvements, additions, expansion should not lead to the above-mentioned functions/main uses, (2) change of function and space use of a building or part of a building may be permitted if it still meets the terms of use of this type of buildings and can ensure the security and safety of the building and its occupants. (3) change the functions of the building are subject to approval and designation by the Mayor, except building specific functions assigned by the Government. CHAPTER IV REQUIREMENTS for BUILDING a common first part of article 10 (1) every building must meet the requirements of the administrative and technical requirements in accordance with the function and the classification of the building. (2) requirements ... http://www.bphn.go.id/16 (2) the requirements of the administrative building includes: a. evidence of land rights, and/or permit the utilization of holders of land rights; and b. the IMB. (3) the Administrative Requirements and the technical requirements for building custom, semi permanent building, building emergency, and building that was built in the area of the disaster site established by local governments according to local social and cultural conditions. The second part of the requirements of article 11 of the administrative Building Every building must meet the requirements of the administrative as stipulated in article 10 paragraph (2) and in accordance with the guidelines and/or technical standards, technical plan of the building. Article 12 (1) land rights is a mastery over the land which is manifested in the form of certificates as evidence of mastery/land ownership, such as property rights, building use rights (HGB), the right to attempt (HGU), rights management, and usage rights. (2) the Status of ownership of land can be a birth certificate, buy sell, girik and certificate/proof of ownership in accordance with other laws-invitation in the field of land; (3) to obtain BUILDING PERMITS, applicants are required to attach to the letter evidence of mastery and/or possession of rights over the land as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) where the building is located. Article 13 (1) in terms of the status of the land belongs to the other party the required permit utilization of the land in the form of a written agreement between the holder of the rights to the land or land owners with building owners. (2) agreements ... http://www.bphn.go.id/17 (2) a written agreement referred to in subsection (1) shall contain, among others, clearly the parties to the Treaty, the rights and obligations of, the status of Dominion/ownership rights over the land, spacious layout and boundaries of the land, building functions, the period of the agreement, and other things which became the agreement of the parties. Article 14 (1) logging Activities and registration for the new building was conducted simultaneously with the process of BUILDING PERMITS. (2) logging Activities and registration for the building that has been standing is done simultaneously with the process of attestation certificate building function or be eligible to process IMB when there are changes and/or additions to buildings. (3) the owner of the building required to provide the data required by the local authorities in conducting logging and registration building. (4) the Ordinance on logging and registration building is governed more by the Mayor's Rules. The third part the technical requirements of the building of the paragraph 1 Article 15 of every Public construction and utilization of the building must meet the technical requirements of the building include the requirements of the building and layout requirements for the reliability of building. Paragraph 2 of article 16 Building Layout Requirements Requirements tata building as stipulated in article 15 covers the requirements for designation, the intensity, the architecture of the building, and control of environmental impact. Article ... http://www.bphn.go.id/18 article 17 (1) the development and utilization of the building as stipulated in article 15 should be in accordance with the provisions of the location/region under RTRW, RDTR, RTRK and/or RTBL. (2) every party is entitled to require, the information openly through the provision of related service location/region and the intensity of the building on the location/region and/or space place building that will be built. (3) a description of the allocation and the intensity of the building referred to in paragraph (2) contains: a. the density of buildings; b. functions of the building are permitted; c. building Height permitted; d. Line worth building; e. number of floor (layers) of the building below ground level and KTB are permitted; f. Geometric Direction. (4) a description of the allocation and the intensity of the building was used as the basis for preparing the technical plan of the building. (5) in the event of RTRW, RDTR, RTRK and/or local building regulations and RTBL has not been established, then the Mayor can give approval to build buildings with consideration: a. approval of the temporary building along does not conflict with the provisions of the more macro spatial, urban planning rules and setup the building; b. the Mayor immediately compiled and set local building regulations, RDTR and RTBL based on RTRW; c. If the approval has been granted, there is a discrepancy with the spatial plan and the building is set then, it needs to be held with the adjustment of the risk incurred by the applicant/owner of the building; (6) the construction of a building above a public road, channel, or other means must obtain the approval of the Mayor with the following considerations: a. does not conflict with the spatial plan and the building of the region; b. not ... http://www.bphn.go.id/


19 b. does not interfere with the smooth flow of vehicular traffic, people and goods; c. do not interfere with the functions of the facilities and infrastructure that are under or above ground; and d. Remain mindful of harmony to the environment of the building. (7) the construction of the building under the ground across the city's network of facilities and infrastructure required to obtain the approval of the Mayor with the following considerations: a. does not conflict with the spatial plan and the building of the region; b. Not for occupancy or habitation; c. do not interfere with function facilities and infrastructure under the ground; d. Penghawaan and lighting the building meets the health requirements according the function of the building; and e. have the means specific to the interests of security and safety for users of the building. (8) building under Construction or above water needs to get the approval of the Mayor with the following considerations: a. does not conflict with the spatial plan and the building of the region; 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 security, comfort, health, and accessibility for users of the building. (9) the construction of a building on the area it can air (transmission) the high voltage required to obtain the approval of the Mayor with the following considerations: a. does not conflict with the spatial plan and the building of the region; b. the location of the buildings at least 10 (ten) metres measured from the U.S. (projection) track outer high voltage; c. Layout ... http://www.bphn.go.id/20 c. building Layout should not exceed an angle of 45o line or beyond (forty five degrees) measured from the U.S. (projection) track outer high voltage; After obtaining the technical considerations of the experts concerned. Article 18 (1) building erected must meet the requirements of building intensity include the terms density and building height requirements based on RTRW, RDTR, RTBL, and local building regulations. (2) the density of the building referred to in subsection (1), including the provisions of Basic Building Coefficient (KDB), which is distinguished in the solid level of KDB, medium, and difficult. (3) the height of the building referred to in subsection (1), include the provisions about the number of floors of the building (JLB), and the coefficient of the floor of the building (of the OUTBREAK) that are distinguished in the OUTBREAK levels high, medium, and low. (4) for buildings designated as building preserved can use the KDB and the previous OUTBREAK along unchanged. (5) the performance requirements of the terms of the density and height of the building is determined by: a. ability in maintaining the balance of power and support optimal development intensity; b. his ability to reflect the harmony of the building with the environment; c. its ability to ensure the health and comfort of the user and the community. (6) the Mayor, can provide respite or limitation on terms of density, the height of buildings and the provision of other building layout for a particular region or environment, such as tourism, preservation, offices, trade and others, with consideration of the public interest by remaining mindful of harmony and environmental sustainability. (7) the height of buildings other than as referred to in paragraph (3) may be assigned 1.5 times the distance between the boundary lines of the building facing on the street are concerned. (8) height ... http://www.bphn.go.id/21 (8) the height of the building on a specific area referred to in subsection (6) must comply with the legislation. (9) the height of the buildings as referred to in paragraph (3), and subsection (6) must not interfere with air traffic. Article 19 (1) the determination of the magnitude of the density and height of buildings as referred to in Article 18 paragraph (2) and paragraph (3) are defined taking into account the development of the city, the development intensity of wisdom, power support land/the environment, as well as the balance and the harmony of the environment. (2) in the event that KDB and JLB/OUTBREAK has not been established in RTRW, RDTR RTBL, and/or local building regulations, so the Mayor can set based on various considerations and after listening to the opinions of technical experts. (3) the provisions of the magnitude of the KDB and the OUTBREAK can be updated in line with the consideration of the development of the city, the development intensity of wisdom, power support land/environment, and after listening to the opinions of technical experts. (4) the Mayor may set the plan of perpetakan in an area/environment upon consideration of public interest and order of development, with the terms: a. each building must be established in accordance with the plan of perpetakan which has been set up within spatial plans; b. If perpetakan is not specified, then the KDB and the OUTBREAK accounted based on land area behind the GSJ owned; c. for persil-persil angles when the angle is bent, the persil to ease traffic, then the width and length of the persil measured from the point of confluence of the line extension at the corner of broad and persil accounted for based on the width and length; d. merger or perpetakan resolution is possible with the provisions of the KDB and the OUTBREAK is not exceeded, and taking into account the State of the pitch, harmony and security environment as well as to meet the technical requirements that have been set; e. it is possible the existence of the giving and receiving of the magnitude of the OUTBREAK/KDB among the adjacent perpetakan, while maintaining the balance of power support land and environmental harmony. (5) in ... http://www.bphn.go.id/22 (5) in the event of a perpetakan soil that gives the most extensive land for the public interest, may be compensated in the form of the addition of the magnitude of the OUTBREAK and KDB. (6) determination of magnitude of KDB, JLB/OUTBREAK for the construction of a building on top of public facilities was after consideration of harmony, balance and technical requirements as well as listening to the opinions of technical experts. Article 20 (1) calculation of the floor area of the building is the amount of floor area that counts up to the limit of the outer wall. (2) the floor area of the room is constrained by its sides thatched walls as high as more than 1.20 (one comma twenty) metres above the floor of the room is calculated in full 100% (one hundred prosen). (3) the floor area of the room's roof that is open or that its sides are bounded by a wall not more than 1.20 (one comma twenty) metres above the floor of the room counted 50% (fifty prosen), as long as it does not exceed 10% (ten prosen) from the broad floor plan calculated in accordance with KDB. (4) Overstek the roof that exceeds the width of 1.50 (one comma fifty) meters wide horizontal stripes then extended the considered plots of floor area. (5) Terrace roof that doesn't have high walls not more than 1.20 (one comma twenty) metres above the floor of the terrace are not counted as floor area. (6) the floor area of buildings that accounted for parking is not taken into account in the calculation of the OUTBREAK, which does not exceed 50% (fifty prosen) from the OUTBREAK, accounted for the remaining 50% (fifty prosen) against the OUTBREAK. (7) Ram and an open staircase is computed 50% (fifty prosen), as long as it does not exceed 10% (ten prosen) of floor area basis are allowed. (8) in the calculation of the OUTBREAK and KDB, extensive tread that counts is the one behind the GSJ. (9) limitation of the vast underground space calculation is defined by the Mayor with the consideration of security, safety, health, and the opinions of technical experts. (10) for ... http://www.bphn.go.id/23 (10) for the construction of the area scale (superblock), calculation of the KDB and the OUTBREAK is counted against the total of the entire ground floor of the building, and a total floor area of buildings in the area to the total area overall. (11) the breadth of Mezanin exceed 50% (fifty prosen) of floor area basis is considered a full floor. Article 21 (1) height of buildings as referred to in article 18 paragraph (3) is measured from the ground surface with considering peil ± 0.00 (zero comma zero) way. (2) the height of the ground floor of a building building achieve maximum allowable 1.20 (one comma twenty) metres above the highest point of the surface of lawns or above the highest point of the road surface, except for the buildings are preserved. Section 22 single Residential Buildings and a series of high peaks of roofs, maximum 15 (fifteen) meters from the surface of the land where the building stands with consideration of the OUTBREAK at that location. Article 23 (1) the height of the building and bangun-bangunan in the area of aviation safety must meet the requirements of the safety limits of the flight operations (BKOP). (2) the height of the building and the bangun-bangunan is not allowed to interfere with telecommunications networks. (3) the height of the building and the bangun-bangunan is not allowed to interfere with the electrical network. Article 24 (1) high floor space filled to the full floor next to a maximum of 5 (five) meters. 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24 (2) the calculation of the height of the building, in the vertical distance from the floor to the next full floor full of more than 5 (five) meters, then the height of the building is considered a two-story, except for the use of spaces or lobby, meeting space in commercial buildings (among other hotels, offices and shops). (3) high space on building places of worship, Conference Hall, building performance, building schools, building a monumental building, sport, mixed-use buildings and other such buildings are excluded from the provisions referred to in paragraph (1). Article 25 (1) set out in GSB RDTR RTRK, RTBL, and/or the local building regulations. (2) any construction or utilization of building part or all of a building should not violate the GSB. (3) the determination of the GSB as mentioned in paragraph (2) covers the boundary lines of the façade, the boundary line of the left and right side and rear of the building towards the boundary line of the border fence, persil, the boundary line of the attic, the line of the border boundary, the line of the Tower podium, so did the boundary lines for rivers, lakes, the general public and network field. (4) determination of GSB as mentioned in subsection (2) is based on considerations of safety, health, comfort and harmony with the environment as well as the height of the building. (5) in the area of building solid intensity/meetings, then the boundary lines of the side and rear of the building must meet the requirements: a. the outer wall areas must not exceed the limits of the grounds; b. structure and Foundation of the outer buildings should be located at the lack of a 10 (ten) centimeters towards the inside of the boundary of the grounds, except for building a home stay; c. for repair or overhaul of the building which was originally the building walls using the limit along with the building next to it, required to create its own boundary wall beside the walls of the former limits; d. at home building dwell meeting do not appear next to the free distance, whereas the distance of free back is determined at least to half of the magnitude of the boundary lines of the façade. (6) in ... http://www.bphn.go.id/25 (6) in case of GSB as referred to in paragraph (2) has not been established, then the Mayor may set a temporary GSB to that location on each application for licensing the building. (7) On an area/environment that consists of several buildings and klas on the allocation mix, for each class of buildings can be set sempadannya lines each. (8) for buildings used as storage of materials/objects that are flammable and/or hazardous materials, so the Mayor may set further requirements regarding distances that must be followed, beyond the provisions as referred to in paragraph (4). (9) provisions of the magnitude of the GSB can be updated with the consideration of the development of the city, the public interest, harmony with the environment, as well as other considerations by listening to the opinions of technical experts. Article 26 (1) in the area of building low intensity/rift, then distance free side and rear of the building must meet the requirements: a. the distance free free distance back and side set a minimum of four (4) metres on the ground floor and on each floor level of buildings/additions, free distance on it plus 0.50 (zero comma fifty) meters of distance free floor underneath until it reaches the farthest distance free 12.5 (twelve coma five) meters except for building housing, while for industrial and warehouse buildings can be arranged individually; b. the side of the building that was established should have a free distance not built on both the left and right side and the back bordered by lawns. (2) At any meeting of building multiple maximum 15 (fifteen) meters to the open space to be provided in order to penghawaan and natural lighting with an area of at least 2 m x 2 m (two metres by three metres) and still satisfy local KDB. (3) on the wall of the yard limits should not be made the openings in any form. (4) the free Distance between two buildings in a footprint is set as follows: a. in the ... http://www.bphn.go.id/26 a. in terms both of which have a aperture field facing each other, then the distance between the plane of the wall or at least twice the distance non specified; b. in the event that one wall facing wall is covered and the other is an open field and/or hollow, then the distance between the walls at least one time non specified distance; c. in the event that both of them have the field covered face each other, then the outermost wall distance at least half the distance of the free set. Article 27 (1) the Mayor may set a home page separation mechanism of the building from the street, with regard for the safety, comfort, and environmental harmony. (2) for a certain area or along the street, the Mayor can apply design standards the separator page as intended in paragraph (1). (3) in the event that the Mayor can give a special exemption from the provisions referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2), after considering the technical stuff related. (4) in the case of the separator-shaped fence, then high fences in GSJ and between GSJ with the GSB on a building housing a maximum of 1.50 (one comma fifty) meters above ground level, and for not building the House including industrial building to a maximum of two (2) meters above ground level yard. (5) the fence as referred to in paragraph (4) should be transparent, with the bottom can not invisibility maximum as high as one metre above ground level yard. (6) the dividing Fence along public roads may not employ the use of barbed wire. (7) high fence boundary yard along the side and rear yards for building rift maximum three (3) metres above ground level yard, and when the fence is the wall of the building housing the maximum wall-floor seven meters from ground level yard, or assigned lower after considering the comfort and health of the environment. (8) between the ... http://www.bphn.go.id/27 (8) Between the backyard and the public network of the city should be held pemagaran. On this pemagaran should not be held the doors of the entrance and/or exit unless the public network of the city is planned as line road or back alleys to the public. (9) the Mayor is authorized to stipulate further requirements relating to the design and technical specifications of the separator in all front page, side, and rear of the building. Article 28 building Architecture Requirements include the requirements of the building's appearance, the deep space, balance, harmony, and building harmony with their environment, as well as consideration of the existence of a balance between the socio-cultural values towards the implementation of the various developments in architecture and engineering. Article 29 (1) any bangun-bangunan either on the building or the grounds should not interfere with the architecture of the building and the environment. (2) the form of the building should be designed with attention to the shape and characteristics of the architecture of the surrounding environment, or capable as role models or architectural guidelines for the environment. (3) the form of the building should be designed taking into account the creation of exterior spaces comfortable and harmonious to the environment. (4) building which was established in the area of cultural heritage or buildings built side by side with the preserved building, designed by considering the provisions as set forth in the regulations on managing the building and area of the heritage area. (5) the form of the building fits the conditions of his country should be designed taking into account the stability of the structure and resilience against earthquakes. (6) the shape of the building should be designed so that every space-in the possible use of natural lighting and penghawaan. (7) for the ... http://www.bphn.go.id/


28 (7) for buildings with many floors, leather or sheath the building must meet the requirements of energy conservation. (8) in specific locations can assign the Mayor specifically referral plan layout of the buildings and the environment. (9) the provisions of bangun-bangunan as mentioned in subsection (1), a regulated further in a regulation the Mayor. Article 30 floorplan in the building besides the House should consider function space, space efficiency and effectiveness, as well as the provisions of the safety, health, comfort and convenience. Article 31 (1) residential buildings considering the main function room that hosts private events, family activities and joint activities/services. (2) Building that served as bunk houses and apartments sekurang-kurang has the main function room that hosts the activities of residential, public and service activities. (3) office buildings at least has the main function room that hosts the working activities, public spaces and service spaces. (4) the building of shops or shopping sekurang-kurang has the main function room that hosts the store activity, public and service activities. (5) the hospitality building sekurang-kurang has the main function room that hosts the activities of public activities, hospitality and service. (6) the warehouse building at least must be equipped with a bathroom and toilet as well as the needs of the employees. (7) factory building at least must be equipped with bathroom and toilet, dressing room, dining room, break room, as well as adequate health services. (8) health services Building at least should have the main function room that hosts the activities of administering the service. (9) the grammar ... http://www.bphn.go.id/29 (9) space in the building to places of worship, a monumental building, multipurpose building, Conference Hall, theatres, schools, sports, and other such buildings are set specifically. (10) the placement of the toilet and bathroom facilities for men and women must be separated. (11) the roof cavity Spaces can only be permitted if their use does not deviate from the main function of the building as well as pay attention to in terms of health, safety and security of the building and the environment. (12) the roof cavity Spaces are forbidden to be used as a kitchen or other activities that are a potential cause of an accident/fire. (13) in its use of space generate fumes and/or gases, must be provided with an aperture of Eve and/or chimney Eve to taste, except for the use of mechanical AIDS. (14) the chimney and/or gas must be designed meet the requirements of fire prevention. Article 32 (1) placement of insulating walls and holes of the door/window and tried wherever possible axis-symmetrical with respect to the axis of the floor plan of the building in anticipation of the occurrence of the damage from the earthquake. (2) the buildings or parts of buildings that are undergoing changes, improvements, additions, expansion should not lead to a centralized function/use of the main character, the architecture of the buildings and parts of buildings and may not reduce or interfere with the functioning of the means of exit/entry. (3) ancillary Space can be added with the goal of fulfilling the needs of building activities, as long as it doesn't stray from the main usage of the building. (4) utility room above the roof deck plate, can only be built if used as room to protect mechanical appliances, electrical, water tank, chimney (saf) and the other functions as complementary spaces of the building. (5) certain buildings can be built on a foundation of helicopters (helipad) as long as it meets the reliability of building. (6) section ... http://www.bphn.go.id/30 (6) the upper part of the building used as the grounding helicopters (helipad) a minimum of 7 m x 7 m (seven times seven meters meters), with a free space around the average runway 5 (five) meters, or as specified by the authorized agency. (7) in terms of the utility room referred to in subsection (4) is above 50% (fifty prosen) of floor area basis, is considered a full floor. (8) in the case of utility Space as mentioned in subsection (4) is less than 50% (fifty prosen) of floor area basis, accounted for only covering the floor is used. Article 33 Any Building should take into consideration a balance, harmony and harmony with the environment of the building both in terms of social, cultural, as well as in terms of ecosystems. Article 34 (1) every building must meet the requirements of the Green Base Coefficient (KDH) and the open spaces of green Lawns (RTHP) in accordance with the provisions in RTRW, RDTR RTBL, and/or local regulations. (2) at least 10% of KDH (ten prosen) on the very solid/solid and KDH set increases the equivalent altitude buildings and reduced the density of the region. (3) the open space between the fence line and the GSB is featured as open green space yards (RTHP). (4) open space green lawns as much as possible for greening/planting in the ground. Thus the parking area with floor roughness still belongs to peneduh trees planted so far RTHP planted above the ground, not in the container/container. (5) the provisions as referred to in paragraph (1) may be considered and adapted for residential buildings and buildings with attention to social harmony and architectural environment. (6) in ... http://www.bphn.go.id/31 (6) in the case referred to in paragraph RTHP (1) has not been established in the spatial plan and layout of the building, then the Mayor can be set to the location/environment associated with each application. (7) for the purposes of the provision of adequate RTHP, besmen first floor (B-1) are not allowed out of the footprint of the building (above ground) and the roof of the second besmen (B-2) outside the footprint of the building should be berkedalaman at least two (2) meters from the surface of the ground where the planting. Article 35 (1) of the regional green building (DHB) can be a garden-roof (roof-garden) as well as planting on the sides of buildings as in the balcony and the ways they saw the other plants on the walls of buildings. (2) the DHB is part of the obligation of the applicant to provide building RTHP, provided extensive DHB accounted for vast RTHP but not more than 25% (twenty-five prosen) broad RTHP. Article 36 (1) the selection and use of the plant must take into account the character of the plant until its growth optimum relating to hazards which may be incurred, i.e. the potential dangers present on certain types of destructive perakarannya system, trunk and the branches are brittle, flammable and other parts that are harmful to human health. (2) the placement of the plants must take into account the influence of wind, water, soil/stability of the container so that it meets safety requirements. (3) to fulfill the ecological functions especially in urban areas, plants with dense leaf structure as large as the tree should chronical preferred. (4) for the implementation of such importance at paragraph (1) and paragraph (2), the Mayor can form a team of advisors to review the plan of utilization of the kinds of plants that are viable for planting in the following standard RTHP qualified moderate users ' safety. Article ... http://www.bphn.go.id/32 of article 37 (1) any building other than a single home and home series simple system must provide a circulation and parking facilities in proportion to the intensity of the building. (2) the circulatory system must support each other, between external circulation with internal buildings, as well as between individual users of the building with a means of transportation. (3) the circulation should provide an easy and obvious achievement, whether that is private or public services. (4) circulatory system notice of interest for pedestrian accessibility. (5) the circulation should allow the existence of vertical space and the width of the path that is appropriate for the attainment by emergency vehicles, fire engines and other service vehicles. (6) the circulation of such equipment must be given a sign pointing the way, signs, information boards, circulation, circulation Director of elements (element can either be a roughness as well as plants), in support of the circulatory system in a clear and efficient as well as paying attention to the aesthetic elements. (7) the arrangement of pedestrian should be able to stimulate the creation of decent space used/humane, safe, comfortable, and has to be a pedestrian-oriented interests. (8) the Parking Facility for a house or building is not allowed to interfere with the smooth running of traffic, or disrupt the surrounding environment. (9) provision of parking in the yard should not reduce the area of greening. (10) the arrangement of parking should be oriented towards the interests of pedestrians, ease of accessibility, and are not bothered by the circulation of vehicles. (11) the extent, distribution and they saw the parking facility will not interfere with the activities of the building and its surroundings, as well as adapted to the capacity of the land. Article 38 (1) any activity in the building and/or its environment that is disturbing and important impacts on the environment should be equipped with the AMDAL (environmental impact analysis on) in accordance with the legislation in force. (2) every ... http://www.bphn.go.id/


33 (2) any activity in the building and/or the environment which give rise to the impact is not important to the environment, or in technology can already maintained the importance of impact required to perform environmental management Efforts (UKL) and Environmental Monitoring Effort (UPL) appropriate legislation. (3) the activities of which is expected to have an important impact on the environment is in such activities, among others, result in: a. causing changes in physical properties and/or biological environment, raw quality that goes beyond the environment according to the legislation; b. cause a fundamental change in the components of the environment that go beyond recognized criteria, based on scientific considerations; c. damage or destroy objects and buildings of heritage value; d. changing or modifying the area's natural beauty has a value of high, resulting in conflict or controversy/with the community, and/or the Government. (4) any activity in a building that produces waste or other waste that can cause pollution, waste or exile must first be processed by waste water treatment Installations (IPAL) before being dumped into the public sewer. (5) the building uses reflective glass building, then looks at the rays reflected should not exceed 24% (twenty four prosen). Article 39 more detailed Provisions about tata building is governed more by the Mayor's Rules. Paragraph 3 of article 40 of the buildings the reliability requirements of Each Building must meet Requirements that include building reliability requirements of safety, health, comfort, and ease of building. Article ... http://www.bphn.go.id/34 Article 41 Every Building must meet the requirements of building safety requirements include the ability of the building against the charge, load building capability requirements against fire hazard, building capabilities and requirements against the danger of lightning and electrical hazards. Article 42 (1) every building, in terms of its structure must meet the requirements of ability in bearing the burden and/or combination of loads and meet the safety requirements as well as meet the requirements of kelayanan during the age of planned service taking into account the function of the building, location, technical implementation, and the durability 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, wind, the influence of corrosion, mildew, and insects destroyer. (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 must be planned in detail until the maximum load conditions are planned, so that in the event of damage to the condition of the structure still can allow attempts escape and evacuation of the building users. (5) the structure under the building must have the ability to hold the style of movement/shifting ground. (6) to determine the level of reliability of building structures, building reliability checks should be done periodically in accordance with the provisions in the guidelines/Technical Guide To the examination of the reliability of the Building. (7) repair or retaining structures must be done according the recommendations the results of the examination of the reliability of the building, so the building always meets the safety requirements of the structure. (8) in ... http://www.bphn.go.id/35 (8) in terms of building are not be eligible to function, then building to do the dismantling and demolition of any building should be implemented in an orderly considering the safety of the community and the environment. Article 43 (1) structure of the planning requirements that must be met in the planning are as follows: a. structure of the analysis must be done in ways that raw engineering mechanics; b. analysis with the help of a computer program must include the principles of program used and must be shown with clear data input and data output; c. experiment model when needed to support the theoretical analysis; d. structure of the analysis should be done with mathematical models that simulate the real state of the structure seen in terms of mechanical properties of materials i.e. the strength and rigidity of its elements. (2) if the calculation way deviate from the procedures referred to in subsection (1), is obligated to follow the terms of the following: a. the construction generated can be proved by the calculations and/or experiment quite safe; b. liability for deviation shouldered by the planners and implementers in question; c. calculation and/or the trial submitted to the team appointed by the Department, which consists of experts who are empowered to determine any information and ways; and d. the team may request the holding of a trial reset advanced or additional reports the team containing the terms. (3) structure of the Analysis should be conducted to examine the response of the structure against the loads that may be working over the age of kelayanan structure, including a fixed load, the load temporarily (wind, earthquake) and a special burden. (4) the structure of the requirements referred to in subsection (1) must comply with the standards, Technical Normalization as well as legislation. (5) Exceptions ... http://www.bphn.go.id/36 (5) exceptions to the provisions referred to in subsection (1) came into force for homes and other buildings were simple structures are simple. (6) the planning and calculation of the structure of the building includes: a. basic concepts; b. determination of the principal data; c. analysis of the system of loading; d. analysis of the structure of staple and complementary; e. pendimensian parts of the structure of staple and complementary; and f. analysis and pendimensian Foundation is based upon the results of soil investigation and recommendation systems Foundation. (7) the structure of the requirements referred to in subsection (1) must comply with the standards, Technical Normalization as well as legislation. (8) exceptions to the provisions referred to in subsection (1) came into force for homes and other buildings were simple structures are simple. Article 44 (1) every building development planning and execution on the part of the structure over the well wall or roof with concrete construction methods, steel, wood, bamboo or other construction with special technology must meet the requirements of ability in bearing loads that arise due to 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 , the wind, the influence of corrosion, mildew, and insects destroyer. (2) the determination regarding the type, intensity and the way his work load should follow technical standards/SNI, Normalization and/or legislation. (3) in the event that there are still other requirements that have not been cached, or who do not have a raw standard, used STANDARD and/or technical guidelines. Article 45 (1) planning and determination of building Foundation system, should be based on the analysis of the results of the research of the soil or soil conditions at the location where the building will be built. (2) plan ... http://www.bphn.go.id/37 (2) a plan of the Foundation referred to in subsection (1) must be taken into account in order to be secure against surrounding buildings. (3) the Foundation Plans to be reckoned with against all styles from both the upper structure as well as other loads assigned in the Foundation, and the system must guarantee the stability of the weight of the building against its own weight, the load of the building and the outside forces, as well as does not exceed the carrying capacity of the land and loss of power. (4) the imposition on the Foundation in the Experiment must be done with based on common procedures and results should be evaluated by an expert who has the appropriate certification. Article 46 (1) in the planning of the Foundation with the new system or are not yet commonly used, then the system capability in receiving loads of structures on it as well as other loads must be proved technically feasible and declared after receiving assessment from TABG. (2) in terms of planning or implementation method using the foundation that has not been regulated in SNI and/or have a patent with the methods of construction are not yet known, must have a certificate issued by the authorized agency. (3) in the event that there are still other requirements that have not been cached, or who do not have a raw standard, used STANDARD and/or technical guidelines. Article 47 (1) planning the basement which is expected to be able to inflict damage and disruption in the buildings and the surrounding environment must come pengamanannya planning. (2) on the building with the basement where basic minerals is lower than the advance groundwater, should come face decline ground water planning by considering the environmental impacts that occur. Article 48 (1) to determine the level of reliability of building structures, building reliability checks should be done periodically in accordance with the provisions in the guidelines/Technical Guide To the examination of the reliability of the Building. (2) the examination of ... http://www.bphn.go.id/


38 (2) the examination of the reliability of the building referred to in subsection (1) is carried out periodically in compliance function and the classification of buildings, and to do or are accompanied by experts who have the appropriate certification. (3) repair or retaining structures should be carried out according the recommendations the results of the examination of the reliability of the building, so the building always meets the safety requirements of the structure. (4) to prevent the occurrence of unexpected structure collapse, building reliability checks should be done periodically in accordance with guidelines/technical instructions that apply. (5) the structure of the Materials used must meet all the requirements of security, including the safety of the environment and the users of the building, as well as the appropriate technical standard (SNI). (6) material made or blended in the field, should be processed in accordance with the standard procedures that baku for the purposes in question. (7) prefabricated building materials should be designed so as to have a good relationship and are able to develop the strength of materials that are linked, as well as being able to withstand the lift at the time of installation/implementation. (8) in case there are still any other requirements that are not yet regulated, or who do not have a raw standard, used STANDARD and/or technical guidelines. Article 49 Every building, except a single home and home series of the simple, must have a safeguard against the danger of fire system which includes a passive deterrent system, a system of active deterrent, road access and Exit for Fire Suppression, emergency lighting systems, the direction of the exit/exit, system warning Fire hazard and Countermeasure of management tailored to the function, classification, quantity and intensity of the users of the building. Article 50 (1) passive arrester System must meet the requirements the application of which is based on the function/risk classification of fires, the geometry of space, building materials attached, and/or number and condition of the residents in the building. (2) the system ... http://www.bphn.go.id/39 (2) passive arrester System must meet the requirements: performance, durability and stability, fire resistant construction types, the type of construction required, kompartemenisasi and separation, and protection on the openings. (3) an antidote to the passive System should follow the standards, technical normalization and/or legislation. (4) in the event that there are still other requirements that have not been regulated, or who do not have a raw standard, used STANDARD and/or technical guidelines. Article 51 (1) active deterrent System must meet the requirements the application of which is based on the function, classification, area, height, volume, and/or building number and the condition of the occupants in the building. (2) an active deterrent System includes the following: a. System fire extinguisher; b. detection system & fire alarms; c. Fire Smoke Control System; and d. Fire Control Center. (4) the active deterrent System should follow the standards, technical normalization and/or legislation. (5) in case there are still any other requirements that are not yet regulated, or who do not have a raw standard, used STANDARD and/or technical guidelines. Article 52 (1) access road exit and Fire Suppression should be available on the space within and outside the building and is part and parcel of the building must meet the requirements the application of which is based on the function, classification, area, height, volume, and/or building number and the condition of the occupants in the building. (2) the requirements of accessibility and the way out for the fire suppression should follow the standards, technical normalization and/or applicable legislation. (3) in the event that there is still the other requirements that are not yet regulated, or who do not have a raw standard, used STANDARD and/or technical guidelines. Article ... http://www.bphn.go.id/40 Article 53 (1) of the emergency lighting System, a sign of the direction of the exit, and hazard warning system meant to give a clear direction for the users in the building save themselves, which include: a. emergency lighting Systems; b. direction exit; and a. Alert System. (2) Emergency Lighting Requirements, sign out, direction and danger warning systems in these buildings must follow the standards, technical normalization and/or legislation. (3) in the event that there is still the other requirements that are not yet regulated, or who do not have a raw standard, used STANDARD and/or technical guidelines. Article 54 (1) every building with spacious, classification, functions, number of floors, the height and with the amount of certain residents should have appropriate security management unit fires. (2) the requirements and procedures of fire management units in the building have to follow standards, technical normalization and/or legislation. (3) in case there are still any other requirements that are not yet regulated, or who do not have a raw standard, used STANDARD and/or technical guidelines. Article 55 (1) lightning System towards building effectively to protect the building against the danger of lightning, in an effort to reduce the risk of damage to the building, other building supplies including the human soul. (2) the lightning System should pay attention to the things that include systems planning capturer of lightning, lightning rod Installation, inspection and maintenance. (3) system requirements are lightning rods on buildings must meet standards, technical normalization and perturan legislation. (4) in ... http://www.bphn.go.id/41 (4) in the event that there are still other requirements that have not been cached, or who do not have a raw standard, used STANDARD and/or technical guidelines. Article 56 (1) Electrical System includes an electrical power source, connect to the panel, the electrical distribution network, equipment and electrical installations in order to meet the needs of building a secure against human safety aspects of electrical hazards, security electrical installation equipment, along with the security of the building and its contents from a fire hazard due to electrical, and environmental protection. (2) electrical system requirements should pay attention to: a. the planning of the electrical installation; b. electricity distribution network; c. electrical Load; d. electrical resources; e. distribution Transformer; f. screening and testing; and g. maintenance (3) the requirements of the electrical system in the building must meet standards, technical normalization as well as legislation. (4) in case there are other electrical system technical requirements that have not been regulated, or who do not have a raw standard, used STANDARD and/or technical guidelines. Article 57 Each Building must meet the requirements of health building which includes the system requirements penghawaan, lighting, sanitation, and the use of building materials. Article 58 (1) every building shall have a natural ventilation and/or mechanical/artificial ventilation in accordance with the functions and classifications, broad and high quantity of space and its users. (2) building ... http://www.bphn.go.id/42 (2) building residences, particularly health services building maintenance room, building classrooms, especially education and other public service buildings should have permanent openings, grilles on doors and Windows and/or permanent openings can be opened for natural ventilation interests. (3) in the case of natural ventilation may not be carried out, then the required mechanical ventilation such as certain facilities in buildings that require protection from the outside air and pollution. (4) the technical requirements of the ventilation system in the building must meet standards, technical normalization as well as laws-invitation. (5) in case there are other penghawaan system requirements that have not been regulated, or who do not have a raw standard, used STANDARD and/or technical guidelines. Article 59 (1) every building must meet requirements of lighting systems include natural lighting and/or artificial lighting, including emergency lighting in accordance with the functions and classification, the breadth and the height of the space. (2) building shelter, healthcare, education, and public service buildings must have openings for natural lighting. (3) natural lighting should be optimal, tailored to the function of the building and the function of each room in the building. (4) the artificial lighting should be planned based on the level of force required appropriate function space – in building taking into account efficiency, savings of energy used, and its placement does not cause glare or reflection effects. (5) the artificial lighting used for emergency lighting must be installed in 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 requirements of ... http://www.bphn.go.id/


43 (7) the requirements of the lighting system in the building must meet standards, technical normalization as well as legislation. (8) in case there are other lighting system requirements that have not been regulated, or who do not have a STANDARD, then it can use raw standards and/or technical guidelines. Article 60 (1) every building must meet the requirements of clean water System installed by considering the source of clean water, the quality of clean water, distribution system, and penampungannya. (2) a source of clean water can be obtained from water source subscription and/or other water sources that meet the requirements of the corresponding health guidelines and technical standards and the applicable quality standards. (3) clean water distribution system Planning in building water discharge and must meet the minimum pressure required. (4) clean water in the Shelter building attempted in such a way to ensure the quality of the water. (5) the shelter clean water should meet the requirements of the health function of the building. (6) the quality of clean water must comply with the standards, the rule of law-an invitation about the quality of the raw water quality is clean and health. (7) in case there are still other requirements that have not been cached, or who do not have a raw standard, used STANDARD and/or technical guidelines. Article 61 (1) a waste water disposal System and/or dirty water should be planned and installed by considering the type and extent of the danger. (2) the consideration of different types of waste water and/or dirty water is realized in the form of the election system of disposal and use of streaming/equipment needed. (3) consideration of the level of danger of sewage water and/or dirty water is realized in the form of processing systems and its removal. (4) the waste water containing toxic and hazardous materials should not be combined with domestic wastewater. (5) waste water containing hazardous materials and toxic (B3) should be processed in accordance with the legislation. (6) water ... http://www.bphn.go.id/44 (6) domestic waste Water before it is dumped into the open channel must be processed in accordance with the guidelines and technical standards in force. (7) the requirements of wastewater systems on must meet the standards, technical normalization as well as legislation. (8) in case there are other wastewater system requirements that have not been regulated, or who do not have a STANDARD, then it can use raw standards and/or technical guidelines. Article 62 (1) the system of channeling rain water must be planned and installed by considering the height of the water surface of the soil, soil permeability, and the availability of the network neighborhood/city drainage. (2) every building and pekarangannya distribution system should be equipped with rainwater. (3) except for certain areas, rainwater must be ground into their yard and/or streamed to the well resapan before drainage network streamed to the neighborhood/city in accordance with laws-invitation. (4) When the city drainage network is not yet available or other reasons that can be accepted, then channeling rain water should be done in another way that is justified by the relevant authorities. (5) the channelling of rainwater system requirements on the building must meet standards, technical normalization as well as laws-invitation. (6) In the event of a rain water channeling system requirements other not yet regulated, or who do not have a STANDARD, then it can use standard baku. Article 63 (1) every building should be equipped sanitary facilities which include Drain dirty water, Trash, Junk, Shelter and/or local Waste Processing. (2) the requirements of sanitary Facilities in buildings must comply with standard technical and health standards and regulations. (3) a source of solid waste the settlements derived from: housing, shops, shop, market, school, place of worship, roads, hotels, restaurants and other public facilities. (4) any ... http://www.bphn.go.id/45 (4) every new building and/or expansion of a building equipped with adequate pewadahan, so as not to interfere with health and comfort for residents, communities and the surrounding environment. (5) for developers of housing, commercial building is obligated to provide container trash, sorting facilities, tool collectors and temporary rubbish shelters, while the transport and disposal of waste end joins with the existing system. (6) the potential reduction of solid waste can be carried out with the recycling, utilize back some kind of rubbish such as bottles, paper, newsprint, cardboard, aluminum cans, plastic containers and so on. (7) the solid waste except waste hazardous materials and toxic (B3) that comes from hospitals, research laboratories, or healthcare facilities must be burned with incinerators that do not interfere with the environment. (8) medical waste solid containing hazardous materials and toxic (B3) that comes from hospitals, research laboratories, or health care facility should be managed in accordance with the legislation. (9) in case there are other requirements that are set, or which do not have a raw standard, used STANDARD and/or technical guidelines. Article 64 (1) medical gas installation system on every building that serves as the health services in hospitals, home care, hyperbaric facilities, maternity clinic. and other health care facilities must meet the requirements of the system standard medical gas installation, technical normalization as well as legislation. (2) medical gas or vacuum Systems include all piping systems for oxygen, nitrous oxide, medical compressed air, carbon dioxide, helium, nitrogen, medical vacuum for surgery, removal of residual gas anesthesia, and the mixture of these gases. the system of special gases or vacuum service, only apply to the gas. (3) design, installation, testing, operation and maintenance of the system with regard to the central medical gas piping systems and medical vacuum systems should consider the potential danger of fire and explosion. (4) system ... http://www.bphn.go.id/46 (4) the existing System that does not fully meet the conditions referred to in subsection (1), subsection (2), and subsection (3) may be used along the authorities have ensured that its use does not harm the soul. (5) location for the central supply system and storage of medical gases should meet the following requirements: a. built with access to the outside and enter the location to move the cylinder, equipment, etc.; b. Maintained security with doors or gates that can be locked, or secured in other ways; c. should be built with an interior that can not be burned or burning, so all the hard walls, floors, ceilings and doors of at least has a rate of fire of endurance; d. are equipped with shelving, chain, or other fastener to secure each of the cylinders, whether connected or not connected, full or empty, so as not to collapse; e. Supplied with electrical power electrical systems that meet the requirements of the essential; f. If the supplied rack, closet, and a buffer, must be made of materials not combustible or inflammable materials is difficult; g. medical gas installation Requirements must follow the safety standards on building health care facilities; and h. in case there are other requirements that have not been regulated, or who do not have a raw standard, used STANDARD and/or technical guidelines. Article 65 (1) Building Material used must be safe for the health of the users of the building and not cause a negative impact on the environment. (2) the use of building materials which are safe for the health of the users of the building must not contain hazardous materials/poisonous to health, safe for the users of the building. (3) the use of building materials that do not negatively impact the environment should: a. avoid the incidence effects of glare and reflections for other building users, communities, and the surrounding environment; b. avoid ... http://www.bphn.go.id/


47 b. avoid onset of the effects of an increase in the temperature of the surrounding environment; c. consider the principles of energy conservation; d. using building materials that are environmentally friendly; and e. the need to use building materials that support the preservation of the environment. (4) in case there are other requirements that have not been regulated, or who do not have a STANDARD, then it can use raw standards and/or technical guidelines. Article 66 (1) every building built and/or enabled should consider factored convenience for users/residents in and around the building. (2) the comfort of the building include the convenience of space and the relationship between space, comfort air conditions in space, the comfort view (visual), as well as convenience against the level of vibration and noise. Article 67 (1) to get the convenience of space in the building then the layout of the spaces should take into consideration: a. function space, number of users, furniture/equipment, accessibility, space in the building; and b. the safety and health requirements. (2) the layout of the spaces should take into consideration: a. function space, accessibility into the space and the linkages with other spaces, the number of users inside the building; b. the circulation between horizontal and vertical space; and c. the requirements of safety and health. (3) the determination of the layout of the spaces is also considering the use of space in terms of the level of public interest, or personal achievement, and the efficiency of space. (4) in the event that there is still the other requirements that are not yet regulated, or who do not have a raw standard, used STANDARD and/or technical guidelines. Article 48 http://www.bphn.go.id/... of article 68 (1) of each of the development and utilization of buildings should take into consideration the conditions and humidity in the space that can provide comfort for its users in accordance with the functions of the building/space. (2) to get the levels of temperature and humidity in a room can be done with air conditioning tool which considers: a. function building/space, number of users, geographical location, the orientation of the building, volume of space, types of equipment, and the use of building materials; b. ease of maintenance and upkeep; and c. the principles of energy saving and environment friendly. (3) the requirements of comfort of air temperature in the room must follow standard, normalization as well as legislation. (4) in the event that there are still other requirements that have not been cached, or who do not have a raw standard, used STANDARD and/or technical guidelines. Article 69 (1) of each of the development and utilization of buildings must consider the convenience of accomplishing the good view from inside to outside the building or from outside the building to certain spaces in the building. (2) in view of the convenience of accomplishing outside building referred to in subsection (1) must pay attention to: a. the composition of masses of buildings, the design of the openings, the spaces inside and outside the building, the exterior form and design; b. utilization of the potential of space outside the building and provision of TELEGINEN. (3) in view of the convenience of accomplishing the inside out buildings must take into account: a. the draft spatial-openings, inside and outside buildings, and the design of the outer shape of the building; b. the existence of existing building and/or will there be in the vicinity; and c. Prevention of disturbance of glare and reflection of light. (4) for ... http://www.bphn.go.id/49 (4) for the convenience of the views on the building must meet the technical requirements, namely the standard comforts the views on building, normalization and/or legislation. (5) in case there are other requirements that have not been regulated, or who do not have a raw standard, used STANDARD and/or technical guidelines. Article 70 (1) Comfort against vibration is a State with a level of vibrations do not cause disruption to the health and comfort of a person in performing its activities which responded to complaints in the form of a complaint, that can be either mechanical vibration absorbers, vibration or seismic activity either originating from within the building as well as from the outside of the building. (2) every building and utilization of buildings must consider the convenience of the user against the vibrations caused by activities on the environment and/or on building and/or on the environment and/or on other buildings in the vicinity. (3) use of equipment and/or technology that raises the vibration must consider the convenience of the user and the environment in accordance with the functions of the building are concerned. (4) every building should get a comfort level against vibrations match technical requirements and a standard planning procedures for comfort against vibration on building. (5) in case there are still other requirements that have not been cached, or who have not had the SNI. Article 71 (1) Comfort against noise is a State with a noise level which does not cause hearing loss, health, and comfort to someone in conducting activities due to activity from within and outside of the building. (2) Each of the development and utilization of building must meet the requirements of comfort against noise caused by activities that are in the building on the environment and/or on other buildings in the vicinity. (3) any ... http://www.bphn.go.id/50 (3) of each of the development and utilization of buildings must consider the convenience of the user on certain spaces in the building of the noise disturbance caused by activities in other spaces and/or by the environment and/or other buildings in the vicinity. (4) the architecture of the building and/or the spaces in the building, as well as the use of equipment and/or materials should be designed to achieve the desired level of comfort in tackling nuisance noise and must still consider the compliance against the requirements of the safety, health, and in accordance with the functions of the building are concerned. (5) every building should minimize noise caused up to a level that allowed the result of activities because its function is giving effect to the environment noise and/or against the existing building. (6) any building design must mempertimbangan: a. building materials and services used in this place; b. building components that can withstand external noise into and/or out of the building; c. building components that can prevent the noise inside the building; d. sound levels of design and quality that is expected. (7) for comfort against noise in the building, then building should be the standard planning procedures for memepenuhi convenience against noise in the building. (8) in case there are other requirements that have not been regulated, or who do not have a STANDARD, then it can use raw standards and/or technical guidelines Article 72 any building other than a single home living, simple sequence should be mememuhi the requirements of convenience include ease of connection to, from, and within the building, as well as the completeness of the facilities infrastructure and means of utilization in the building. Article ... http://www.bphn.go.id/51 Article 73 (1) ease of connection to, from, and within the building include the availability of facilities and accessibility that is easy, secure, and convenient for everyone, including the disabled and elderly. (2) the provision of facilities and accessibility should consider the availability of the horizontal relations of antarruang-in a building evacuation, access for all people, including the disabled and elderly. (3) every building must meet the requirements of horizontal relationships form ease of availability of the doors and/or corridor which is adequate for this function of the building. (4) ease of horizontal relationships between spaces in a building referred to in subsection (2) is the necessity to provide a building door or corridor between spaces. (5) the provision regarding the number, size and technical construction of doors and corridors tailored to the function of the building spaces. Article 74 (1) every building a multi-story public function 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 should provide a means of vertical antarlantai relationship sufficient to this function of the building in the form of availability of staircases, elevators, stairwells, ram walking/escalator, and/or floor walking/travelator for everyone, including the disabled and elderly. (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 75 (1) the distance between the grounding appliances (bordes) until the runway here on a ladder, should not be more than 3.60 (three sixty coma) metres, measured vertically. (2) every stairway shall have free space vertical (head room) at least 2 (two) metres measured from the floor to the lower threshold of injakan structure on it. (3) the amount of ... http://www.bphn.go.id/


52 (3) of the number of stairs from the floor to a minimum or vice versa bordes 3 (three) of fruit and a maximum of 18 (eighteen) fruit. (4) the width of the stairs in the House at least 60 cm (sixty) centimeters for other buildings are a minimum of one (1) meter. (5) when the width of the stairs exceeding 1.80 (one comma eighty) meter, it must be added at each staircase handrail distance of at least one (1) meter or a maximum of 1.80 (one comma eighty) meters. (6) the slope of stairs at home must not exceed 34o angle (thirty-four degrees). (7) a circular Ladder (ladder cylinder) can be used at home and when used as a way out, then the floor served a maximum of 36 m 2 (thirty-six square meters). (8) an upright Ladder (ladder) can only be used as a means of achievement of up or down for the purposes of maintenance and upkeep (temporary activity). Article 76 (1) width Requirements of ram specified according to your needs. (2) the tilt ram for means of escape should not be more than 1 (one) than 12 (twelve), and for other uses can be steep in comparison with 1 (one) than 8 (eight). (3) on each long ram maximum 15 (fifteen) meters shall be provided the cornerstone (bordes) with a minimum length of three (3) meters. (4) the floor surface should be rough layer ram or anti-slip material. Article 77 (1) the slope of the straight road to ram the vehicle in a parking building, then a comparison of height and length must form a maximum slope of 1 (one) than 7 (seven). (2) if the floor has parking corner slope, then the slope angle of a maximum of one (1) in relation to 20 (twenty). Article 78 (1) On a circular one-way ram, the width of the road at least 3.65 (comma three sixty five) meters and a two-way road, to the width of the road at least 7 (seven) meter wide roads with restrictions 50 (fifty) centimeters tall at least 10 (ten) centimetres. (2) the finger ... http://www.bphn.go.id/53 (2) RADIUS circular ram at least 9 (nine) meter calculated from us the nearest road. (3) each way on circular ram free space must have sixty (60) centimetres against the structure of the building. (4) a parking Building using a circular, ram allowed a maximum of 5 (five) of the floor or the capacity of the shelter as much as 500 (five hundred) up to 600 (six hundred) cars, except when using a straight ram and on the border wall outer of ram should use reinforcement structure. Article 79 (1) every building with the height above the floor 4 (four) 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 be available lif fires that started from the first floor of the building (ground floor). (4) the Lif fires can be a lif or lif fires special regular passenger or freight elevators that can be set to operate so that in an emergency can be used exclusively by officers of the fire. (5) Structure and material life must always be in a State of strong, are not disabled and meets the requirements of safety and security. (6) the source of electrical power for elevators fire must be planned from two different sources. Article 80 (1) every building, other than a single home and home series is simple, it should provide a means of evacuation for everyone including disabled and elderly which includes alert system for users, emergency exits and evacuation that can guarantee users building to conduct evacuation from inside the building is securely in the event of a disaster or emergency. Article ... http://www.bphn.go.id/54 (2) on a single home and home series of the simple hazard warning systems can be provided for users, emergency exits, and the evacuation of all people, including the disabled and elderly. Article 81 (1) every building for public interest must provide the completeness of infrastructures and means of utilization of building, in order to provide convenience for users building to have activity in it include: the space of worship, baby room, locker room, toilet, parking lot, trash, as well as communication and information. (2) the completeness of infrastructures and means referred to in paragraph (1), include: a. means of prevention and countermeasures against fire hazard; b. vertical and horizontal transportation facilities; c. means of tata air; d. means for disabled facilities; and e. a means of rescue. (3) 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. (4) requirements for completeness of the infrastructure and means of utilization of building should follow standard, normalization and laws-invitation. (5) in the event that there is still the other requirements that are not yet regulated, or who do not have a STANDARD, then it can use raw standards and/or technical guidelines. Article 82 (1) every building that is public, except for 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 elderly in and out of, into, and out of the building as well as activity in the building easily, safely, comfortably and independently. (2) accessibility and Facilities include toilets, parking, public telephones, line guides, signs and markings, doors, ram, stairs, and elevators for the disabled and the elderly. (3) the provision of ... http://www.bphn.go.id/55 (3) provision of parking areas for disabled and elderly should be close to the line of accessibility as well as allowing downs for wheelchairs. (4) the turnstile and the access door into the building should be opened and closed easily by disabled and elderly independently. (5) the slope, width, ram and bordes place maneuvering his wheelchair for the disabled and the stairs/trap for seniors, must provide security and comfort grip with arrowroot and sufficient lighting. (6) when the building is not equipped with special elevators for the disabled, then lif people/items must be used by the disabled and elderly. (7) when the building is not equipped with elevators, then other means shall be provided which allows the disabled and elderly to achieve the intended floor. (8) the provision of facilities and accessibility with customized functionality, wide, and the height of the building. Article 83 more detailed Provisions regarding the reliability of the building is governed more by the Mayor's Rules. Chapter V ORGANIZATION of the BUILDING construction of the first part of article 84 (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. Paragraph ... http://www.bphn.go.id/56 Paragraph 1 Technical Planning of article 85 (1) planning the home building stayed one floor with an area of less than 50 (fifty) square meters can be done by an expert who does not have a certificate. (2) building Planning up to 2 (two) floors can be done by people who are experts and have had a qualifying work planner. (3) the planning of the building over two floors, public building, and a special building should be done by a professional legal entity or individual who has the appropriate qualifications. (4) individual Planners and professional legal entity, responsible for personally over a planned building towards the fulfilment of the technical requirements of appropriate laws-invitation. (5) the planning of buildings as referred to in paragraph (2) and paragraph (3) composed of: a. the planning architecture; b. construction planning; c. planning and installation of building equipment; and d. accompanied by a work plan and terms of employment (RKS). (6) the provisions as referred to in paragraph (1), subsection (2), and subsection (3) does not apply to: a. planning the building of temporary nature with the proviso that the breadth and the height does not conflict with the provisions; b. work of the maintenance/repair of buildings, include: 1. fix building with no change of construction and building floor area; 2. memplester job, 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 1 (one) square meter; 5. create a page without separator construction; and 6. fix the ceiling without changing other tissues. c. to ... http://www.bphn.go.id/


57 c. for building defined as preserved buildings, are excluded from the provisions referred to in subparagraph b; d. any technical document the results of the design and planning must be signed by the designer or planner referred to in subsection (2). Article 86 People who are experts and have had a qualifying work planner as stipulated in article 85 paragraph (2) must have a licence appropriate planners work their fields, each depending on the classification of the buildings to be built, that includes: a. the designer architecture; b. planners building structures; c. the Planner installation and equipment of the building. Article 87 in case of replacement of a person who has qualified experts and planners work referred to in Article 85 paragraph (2), then any technical documents must be signed by the designer or planner. Article 88 (1) the use of building materials make the use of building materials production in the country/local local content with a minimum of 60% (sixty prosen). (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 SNI. Article 89 Technical Documents referred to in Article 85 paragraph (6) letter d consists of: a. Design and Drawing building plans include: 1. Drawing site plan (the layout of the buildings and plants); 2. architectural drawings; 3. picture ... http://www.bphn.go.id/58 3. drawings and calculations of the structure; 4. drawings and calculation of installation and equipment of buildings; and 5. images and other calculations. b. images and calculation of structures, installations and equipment of the building must be appropriate and not deviate from architectural drawings; c. Plan the use of finishing, interior or exterior should be clear layout, form and size in accordance with the Technical Service. Article 90 in planning a building or environment building, planning should be made comprehensive footprint that covers the building layout plans, plan the circulation of vehicles, people and goods, patterns, patterns of greening, open space and infrastructure environment, with attention to the harmony of the environment and in accordance with environmental standards. Article 91 the layout in a building footprint must meet the provisions of the free distance, having regard to the type of provision and building height, physical condition (the slope of the land), zoning (block plan), the pattern of circulation and coordination line building. Paragraph 2 TABG Article 92 (1) designated and defined by TABG Mayor. (2) the working period TABG as mentioned on paragraph (1) is one (1) year, unless the working period TABG special functions arranged further by the Minister. (3) Membership TABG as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) are ad hoc, independent, objective and have no conflict of interest. (4) Membership ... http://www.bphn.go.id/59 (4) Membership TABG as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) is composed of elements of the community colleges, the Association of the profession, community experts, and Government agencies that are 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/interior, as well as the safety and occupational health as well as other skills needed in accordance with the function of the building. Article 93 (1) Technical Considerations TABG destined for public services and building certain buildings. (2) Technical Considerations TABG referred to subsection (1) must be in writing and is not impeding the process of licensing services. (3) Technical Considerations form an objective assessment results TABG towards fulfilment of technical requirements that consider the classification of the building, including the consideration of aspects of economic, social, and cultural. Paragraph 3 the implementation of a Construction Article 94 (1) the implementation of activities founded the building is obligated to follow the requirements stated in the IMB. (2) in the implementation of the mandatory security guarded building activities, the physical safety of the building and the security environment. (3) on the implementation of the work requiring special skills should be implemented by appropriate experts. Article 95 (1) implementation of the work building the building to two floors can be done by implementing the individual experts. (2) the implementation of the work of the building with a floor area of more than 500 (five hundred) meters square or multilevel more than 2 (two) specific buildings or floors should be done by implementing a professional legal entity or individual that has a certificate of expertise. Article ... http://www.bphn.go.id/60 Article 96 any losses incurred due to the implementation of activities founded the building, either in the form of physical damage to the environment or human safety, it becomes the burden and the responsibility of the executor or the owner of the building. Article 97 the Mayor can be ordered shut down or stop construction activity building or wake up buildings that do not meet safety requirements. Article 98 the Mayor may order the owner or the building manager to repair the building is either partially or completely, if according to the opinion of the designated officer, the building concerned be seen technically unqualified safety or do not meet the aesthetic environment. Article 99 (1) the Mayor may order the occupants to immediately vacate the building and unload or wake up when building or threaten the safety of the human spirit over the technicality of TABG. (2) if the building or the wake of buildings as referred to in paragraph (1) has been emptied, repair or demolition carried out by the owner of the building. (3) if the conditions referred to in subsection (2) is not implemented, the implementation of demolition carried out by the Mayor with the cost charged to the owner of the building or the building's wake. Article 100 each activity builds and equipment installation work including building a mandatory notice and carry out the stipulations about the orderly development, safety building as well as the Organization of the system development. Article ... http://www.bphn.go.id/61 Article 101 (1) before building activities carried out should be installed nameplate project and limit lawns should dipagar taking into account security and the harmony of the surrounding environment. (2) for the activities of the building which can interfere with the security of pedestrians on the fence bordering the sidewalk project that must be built construction safeguards do no harm/no bother. Article 102 (1) of the road and the exit sign at the location of the activities of the building must be made and placed with do not interfere with the smooth running of traffic and does not damage the infrastructure of the city and the surrounding environment. (2) if the project across the driveway pavement and public channels then made compulsory safety construction in the form of a temporary bridge for vehicle traffic out and enter the project. Article 103 (1) of construction formwork and scaffolding should be safe and does not harm workers and the surrounding environment. (2) for formwork and scaffolding specialized plans need to be made and the calculations of the structure with the first. Article 104 the tools used in each implementation, mandatory building activities meet the provisions of safety and occupational health as well as technical terms. Article 105 in implementing activities to build a building height of more than 10 (ten) or more floors than 40 (forty) metres must be equipped with fire extinguishers, means the cleaner for vehicles exiting/entering the project, and the lights of the sign to avoid air traffic accidents. Article ... http://www.bphn.go.id/62 Article 106 (1) of each of the implementation activities of the building that requires electrical installation for electric power sources are temporary emergency, and should pay attention to safety and security. (2) the placement and usage of materials or equipment for building activities should not cause any danger and/or disruption of adjacent buildings as well as the environment. Article 107 (1) Implementing mandatory provides shelter, Ward's work, a bathroom and a toilet for the workers who are as temporary buildings. (2) temporary buildings as referred to in paragraph (1), compulsory disassembled and cleaned in the implementation of the activities of the building has been completed. Paragraph 4 of article 108 of the construction supervision of the Mayor is authorized to order the termination/closure, activity development for improvements in safety and the public interest if: a. the implementation of a development that has not been assessed in accordance with the building owners, as long as these do not meet the requirements set out; b. land of spacious lawns, yards, fences or boundaries of yards, not in accord with the infrastructure and means of environment. Article 109 the Mayor is authorized to enter the courtyard, yard and/or building in order to control building. Article ... http://www.bphn.go.id/


63 Article 110 of supervision on the implementation of the construction of certain buildings that require special skills, performed by experts appropriate personnel appointed by the owner of the building. Article 111 (1) when a POPs a doubt about the safety of a structure or component structure, the Department can ask that conducted research on strength structure. (2) if the installation material finishing results are judged less compliant, then it should be done the repair/replacement. (3) if the quality of the material the test results referred to in subsection (1) does not meet the requirements, then the service can be ordered to replace the materials already installed or with doing improvements that proved technically. (4) quality of material structures have not customarily used must be proved first by test or tested with test testing laboratories designated by the Department. Article 112 (1) if in the exercise of building the structure failure occurred, then construction should be stopped and performed a safeguard against human beings and the environment. (2) if the results of the research on failure of the structure referred to in subsection (1) turns out not to be overcome by strengthening and can result in a decrease in structure then the building must uninstall. Article 113 On the execution of the installation of the electrical installation, air, plambing and other mandatory installation are carried out safely and should not interfere with or reduce the strength of the structure of the building. Article ... http://www.bphn.go.id/64 Section 114 (1) On the work of the minerals, minerals and the result of hoarding hoarding materials, should not cause any danger or disruption to the environment. (2) the work of the minerals and the installation of structures retaining walls of soils as a deterrent instability or failure of mandatory supervised by experts. Article 115 (1) temporary structure Safeguards required in the implementation of the foundation that can disrupt the stability of the buildings on locations which border. (2) compulsory Service ordered to change system Foundation is used when in actual use disruptive and/or jeopardize the security and safety of the surrounding environment. Article 116 mandatory safety net installed on the implementation of building tall buildings or other buildings that can cause hazard. Article 117 (1) the Executors or the owner of the building is obligated to immediately clean up any dirt or fix all the damage to the infrastructure and facilities of the city due to the implementation of the development. (2) on the implementation of activities to build the building, disposal of debris or leftover building material from the floor level should be implemented with a system that does not harm and disrupt the environment. Article 118 Any activities undertaken build gradually or stalled its implementation, then the termination of employment must be on conditions that do not endanger the building itself and its surroundings. Paragraph ... http://www.bphn.go.id/65 paragraph 5 SLF Building Article 119 Every specific building which had been completed before use must first have the SLF. Article 120 the Mayor issued the plea after a submission SLF meets the requirements. Article 121 a requirement in the ask a SLF, include: a. application letter; b. news of the proceedings of the Trustees; c. implementation of construction drawings (as built drawing); and d. photocopying IMB, status of land rights or permit the utilization of holder's rights over the land. Article 122 (1) in the event of a change of use of buildings as defined in IMB, owner of IMB is required to apply the new IMB. (2) the application for the change referred to subsection (1), can be processed in a still meets the requirements of the administrative and technical. Article 123 (1) for a particular building that has stood, the required inspection at regular intervals against the health of its functions by the owner/manager and report the results to the Department. (2) Periodic Inspection carried out by the personnel/consultants are experts who have been accredited, every 5 (five) years and bangun-bangunan for each 1 (one) year. (3) Department of ... http://www.bphn.go.id/66 (3) Office of research upon the periodic inspection results referred to in paragraph (2) concerning the terms of administrative or technical publication as the basis for the extension of the SLF. (4) the owner and/or user of a mandatory building applying for an extension of the certificate be eligible to function at least sixty (60) calendar days before the expiration of the applicable certificates be eligible to function. Article 124 (1) in the framework of the supervision of the use of the building, the officer may require the owner of the building to reveal a SLF, along with their attachments. (2) the Mayor may terminate the use of the building in its use does not comply with the SLF. The second part Exploiting Article 125 (1) utilization of building activities utilizing the building in accordance with the functions defined in building permit activity includes maintenance and care. (2) utilization of mandatory building was undertaken by owners or users in an orderly administrative and technical functions to ensure the health of building without incurring large and important impact on the environment. (3) the owner of a particular building should follow the program's coverage against a possible failure of the building during the utilization of the building. Paragraph 1 Building Maintenance Section 126 (1) of the buildings or parts of buildings and the mandatory grounds maintained by owner/maintainer, so in accordance with their functions. (2) in ... http://www.bphn.go.id/67 (2) in the case of certain buildings, building maintenance or parts of buildings and the grounds that require special skills, skilled technicians carried out by compulsory in accordance with their fields. Paragraph 2 of article 127 Building Maintenance (1) Building Maintenance is done by the owner, user or provider of building maintenance building was certified. (2) building maintenance Activities include repair and/or replacement of parts of the building, building materials, components, and/or infrastructure and means. (3) the approval of the technical plans of certain building care and who have high technical complexity is done after receiving consideration TABG. (4) the activities of building maintenance implementation should implement the principle and a factor of safety, security, and occupational health. (5) the results of activities reports poured in care care that is used for the determination of the consideration of the extension of the SLF. Paragraph 3 Periodic inspection of Building Article 128 (1) periodic examination of the building was done by the owners or users of the building and may use service providers that have the certificates. (2) examination of the specific building suffered a fire or natural disaster that will be used again, implemented in particular without waiting for the periodic inspection. Paragraph 4 of article Building Utilization Supervision 129 Mayors can conduct surveillance over the utilization of the building has an indication of the changed function or building which endanger the environment. Section ... http://www.bphn.go.id/68 the third part the preservation of article 130 of the protection, preservation, and utilization of buildings and their surroundings in the heritage area, should be implemented in an orderly administrative and technical, in order to guarantee the health of the function of the building and its surroundings are implemented on the basis of the provisions set forth in the regulations on managing the building and area of the heritage area. The fourth part Demolition Article 131 (1) the dismantling of the building 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. (2) the dismantling of the building must be carried out in an orderly and consider the security, the safety of the community and the environment. (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 disassembly provisions in General as well as harnessing science and technology for a particular building. (4) the dismantling of the building which did not have BUILDING PERMITS or partially or wholly incompatible with the IMB, conducted in accordance with the provisions of the demolition. Paragraph 1 of article 132 Demolition Assignment (1) local Governments identify a building dismantled will be established for the examination based on the results of the field. (2) building can be partially or completely dismantled when: a. not be eligible to function and could not be repaired; b. can cause hazard for the user, the community and the environment; c. not ... http://www.bphn.go.id/


69 c. did not have BUILDING PERMITS; d. do not comply with the IMB. (3) 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) building that can be disassembled as referred to in paragraph (2) are defined by local government based on the results of the technical study and examination of the field. (5) the determination of the dismantling of the building referred to in subsection (4) is governed by the Mayor. (6) the technical Studies building referred to in subsection (4), except for the House, carried out by the technical reviewer and pengadaannya become the obligation of the owner of the building. (7) if the results of the technical studies building meets the criteria referred to in paragraph (4), the local authorities set the building to be dismantled with a letter of determination of demolition. (8) the contents of the letter designation disassembly disassembly time limit load, demolition procedures, and/or any breach of sanctions threats. (9) 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 (8) the demolition done by local governments that can be pointed to the demolition of building services provider for the costs of the owner except for homeowners who cannot afford living based on statutes, the Mayor, the cost of unloading covered by local governments. (10) the dismantling of the building which has an impact on public safety and the environment should be implemented based on the dismantling of technical plans have been approved by the mayor or appointed officials. Article 133 (1) the owner of a building can apply for demolition of building by giving notice in writing to the local government, except for the special function buildings and buildings that have been preserved by the Government, accompanied the last report examination results at regular intervals. (2) in ... http://www.bphn.go.id/70 (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. Paragraph 2 of article 134 Implementing demolition 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 and specifically for buildings of cultural heritage organized in local regulations about the management of the area and buildings of cultural heritage. (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 carrying out the demolition of the building, the Mayor works closely with the leadership of the region and other agencies as deemed necessary. Article 135 (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 legislation. (2) a technical plan of dismantling as referred to in paragraph (1), must be approved by the local government, except for building special functions by Government and buildings preserved in accordance with the provisions in the regulations about the Management Area and Area Heritage Building. (3) in terms of the implementation of the dismantling of the impact on public safety and the environment, owners and local governments do dissemination and upon written notice to the community around the building, before the execution of the demolition. (4) execution of demolition of buildings should follow the principles of security, safety and occupational health. Article ... http://www.bphn.go.id/71 Article 136 (1) execution of the demolition of buildings that do not have and/or partially or completely incompatible with the IMB has previously given warning in the form of: a. the summons; b. warrant discontinuation of development work; and c. the demolition warrant was set by the Mayor. (2) the form of the warning referred to in subsection (1) for a special building is done by the Government. (3) in terms of building the administratively or technically be allowed then the execution of the demolition of buildings as referred to in paragraph (1), letter a and letter b carried out sealing up to publication of the IMB. (4) the dismantling of the building was done by the owner of the building in accordance with the order and the time limit that has been set out local authorities. (5) the dismantling of the building if not done by the owner of the building, the demolition was done by the local government at the expense of the owner of the building except for the owner of the House who are not capable of. (6) in case of the dismantling of the building already inhabited must be preceded by Warrant Discharge. (7) the Discharge and/or demolition carried out by the Mayor. Article 137 (1) warrants the discontinuation of development work as stipulated in article 136 paragraph (1) letter b can be added to the buildings at both the beginning of the implementation of activities, as well as in the advanced stages. (2) the time limit form of warning as stipulated in article 136 paragraph (1) established a maximum of 7 (seven) working days. Article ... http://www.bphn.go.id/72 Article 138 Warrant discontinuation of development work applies to: a. building owner/user who has been warned to appoint an accredited construction Implementers in the specified period of time but do not execute it; b. the owners/users of the building to stop the implementation of development and has received a warning letter to appoint an accredited construction Implementers, but still did not carry it out; and c. the owner/user of the building do not run kesanggupannya to appoint an accredited construction Implementers as stated in the warning letter. Article 139: a. worn Sealing against buildings that have been subjected to actions Warrant discontinuation of development work as stipulated in article 138, but not followed; or b. against the execution of development have come to the stage of the work of the Foundation or the execution of the construction stopped, but not the corresponding Implementing also pointed an accredited development within the period set out in the Warrant discontinuation of development work are not observed. Article 140 (1) owners/users of the building in the seal, and administratively or technically meet the requirements for mandatory filing PIMB to partially or completely a maximum of fourteen (14) working days. (2) if the building owner/user does not implement as referred to in paragraph (1) shall be carried out the process of demolition. Article ... http://www.bphn.go.id/73 Article 141 (1) warrant loading applies to a building that has been revoked his permission or building that does not have permission. (2) the time limits Warrant the next sweeping actions against loading and a maximum of 7 (seven) working days. Article 142 (1) Disassembly is carried out if: a. the building was ordered to be dismantled themselves are not followed; b. implementation of the construction stopped but concerned does not manage a new Building Permit; and c. in question make no statement of willingness to take care of the new IMB during the term indicated in the Warrant Overhaul. (2) the demolition was carried out by the mayor or the designated Officer is assisted by the Department/Agency deemed necessary. (3) for the implementation of the dismantling as referred to in paragraph (2), the Mayor issued a warrant of execution of the demolition. Article 143/demolition action Mechanism building and bangun-bangunan are governed more by the Mayor. Paragraph 3 Building Demolition Supervision Article 144 (1) supervision of the execution of the demolition of buildings as referred to in article 134 paragraph (2) and article 135 performed by service providers supervision that has a certificate in accordance with the legislation in force. (2) the results of supervision of execution of the demolition of buildings as referred to in paragraph (1) be reported to local governments. Article ... http://www.bphn.go.id/


74 Article 145 implementation of demolition of buildings as referred to Article 136 para (4) and paragraph (5) was overseen by local governments. CHAPTER VI ROLE of the COMMUNITY first section of supervision Article 146 (1) in implementing the community building can contribute to oversee and keep order, both in development activities, utilization, as well as building demolition activities. (2) Supervision as referred to in subsection (1) is carried out objectively, with full responsibility, with do not cause disturbance and/or harm to the owner and/or building users, communities and the environment. (3) in conducting surveillance, the public may provide input, suggestions and complaints in writing comes with a clear identity. (4) in carrying out the supervision referred to in subsection (1), the community can perform either individually, in groups or civic organization. (5) based on the results of the pengawasannya, the society reported in writing to the Mayor, of: a. an indication of the building that are not be eligible to function; and/or b. a building development, utilization, and/or the building could potentially cause interference and/or danger to users, society, and the environment. Article 147 local authorities follow up report on the supervision of the society referred to in Section 146 subsection (5), by conducting research and evaluation, either administratively or technically through the inspection field, and take action in accordance with the laws and regulations as well as convey the result to the community. Article ... http://www.bphn.go.id/75 Article 148 (1) of the community take part in the conduct of the building keep order by preventing any individual or groups of works that can reduce the level of reliability of buildings and/or interfere with the conduct of the building and its environment. (2) in carrying out the provisions referred to in subsection (1), the public can report in writing to the authorized agency or to parties concerned over the deeds of every person. The second part of the submission of your opinions and Considerations of article 149 (1) the community can convey the opinions and considerations to the authorized agencies towards the preparation of a specific building technical plans and/or implementation activities raises important impacts on the environment so that the communities concerned co-owns and is responsible for the arrangement of the building and its environment. (2) the opinions and considerations of the community as referred to in subsection (1) is delivered either individually, in groups or civic organization, by following the procedures and taking into account the socio-cultural values. Article 150 (1) opinion and consideration of community to plan a specific building technical and/or implementation activities raises important impacts on the environment, can be delivered through TABG or discussed in a public hearing that is facilitated by the local government, except for building special functions facilitated by the Government through coordination with local governments. (2) the results of the public hearing referred to in subsection (1) may be a consideration in the process of the determination of the specific building technical plans by local governments. Section ... http://www.bphn.go.id/76 third part of implementing Lawsuit Article 151 of the public can file a lawsuit to the Court in accordance with the legislation. Article 152 the Community may file a class-action lawsuit are: a. an individual or group of people are harmed, that represent the parties harmed 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. CHAPTER VII CONSTRUCTION of Article 153 (1) of the construction organization of the building was done by the local government through the arrangements, empowerment, and supervision in order for the 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. (2) the construction of which was done by the local authorities as referred to in subsection (1) is addressed to the organizers of the building. Article 154 (1) Arrangement as stipulated in article 153 subsection (1) is conducted by local authorities with the drafting and dissemination of regulations, guidelines, instructions, and technical building standards and operasionalisasinya in the community and taking into account the opinion of the organizers of the building. (2) Dissemination ... http://www.bphn.go.id/77 (2) dissemination of regulations, guidelines, instructions, and technical standards of the building referred to in subsection (1) may be conducted jointly with the community associated with the building. Article 155 (1) Empowerment as stipulated in article 153 subsection (1) done to the organizers of the building. (2) Empowerment to the organizers of the building can be either an increase in awareness of rights, obligations and roles in implementing building through logging, socialization, training, and dissemination. Article 156 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. Article 157 (1) of the local Government to conduct surveillance against the implementation of the implementation of local regulations in the field of building through the mechanism of the issuance of BUILDING PERMITS, SLF, as well as the letter of approval and determination of building demolition. (2) local governments may involve the role of the community in the implementation of the supervisory regulations of the area in the field of building. Chapter ... http://www.bphn.go.id/78 CHAPTER VIII first part of administrative Sanctions SANCTIONS Article 158 (1) the owner or the user of the building violates the rules of this area of administrative penalties, such as: a. a written warning; b. restriction of development activities; c. suspension; d. freezing IMB; e. revocation IMB; f. freezing SLF; g. revocation SLF; or h. building demolition orders. (2) in addition to the imposition of sanctions administrastif as referred to in paragraph (1) may be subject to sanction a maximum fine of 10% (ten prosen) from the value of the buildings that are being or have been built. Paragraph 1 at the stage of development of article 159 (1) the owner of a building that violates the provisions, article 8, article 9, article 10, article 17, article 18, article 21, article 22, article 23, article 25, article 29, article 31, article 32, article 38, article 40, article 49, article 84, article 87, article 112, article 113 written warnings are penalized. (2) in case the owner of the building does not comply with a written warning as referred to in paragraph (1) as many as three (3) consecutive partake in grace period each of the 7 (seven) calendar days and still not make improvements upon such breach, then the owner of the building, penalized in the form of restrictions on development activities. (3) in case the owner of the building that has been subject to a sanction referred to in subsection (2), during 14 (fourteen) calendar days and still not make improvements over the offence referred to in subsection (1), then the owner of the building be penalized in the form of temporary suspension of the development and building permit freezing. (4) in ... http://www.bphn.go.id/


79 (4) in case the owner of the building that has been subject to a sanction referred to in subsection (3), during 14 (fourteen) calendar days and still not make improvements over the offence referred to in subsection (1), then the owner of the building be penalized in the form of permanent cessation of the construction, building, BUILDING PERMITS and revocation orders demolition of buildings. (5) in case the owner of the building does not perform the dismantling as referred to in subsection (4) within thirty (30) calendar days, the building was done by the local government at the expense of the owner of the building. (6) in case of demolition carried out by the local government, the owner of the building also imposed administrative fines that the magnitude of at most 10% (ten per hundred) of the total value of the building concerned. Article 160 (1) the owner of a building who carry out the construction of the building was in violation of the provisions subject to a temporary suspension of sanctions up to getting BUILDING PERMITS. (2) the owner of a building that does not have a IMB penalized orders demolition. Paragraph 2 on the utilization Stage Article 161 (1) the owner or the user of the building violates the provisions of article 8, article 9, article 10, article 17, article 18, article 21, article 22, article 23, article 25, article 29, article 31, article 32, article 38, article 40, article 49, article 84, article 87, article 98, article 112, article 113, article 119, article 122, article 123 , Article 125, Chapter 126, article 127, article 128, article 130 penalized a written warning. (2) in the event of the owner or user of the building does not comply with a written warning as many as three (3) consecutive times in a grace period each of the 7 (seven) calendar days and still not make improvements over the offence referred to in subsection (1), subject to sanctions in the form of temporary suspension of the activities of the building and utilization of clotting function be eligible certificate. (3) in ... http://www.bphn.go.id/80 (3) in the event of the owner or user of the building has been subject to a sanction referred to in subsection (2), during the 30 (thirty) calendar days and still not make improvements over the offence referred to in subsection (1), subject to sanctions in the form of permanent cessation of utilization and revocation certificates be eligible to function. (4) in the event of the owner or user of the building too late do the extension function to be eligible to a certificate with a validity period time limit be eligible certificate functions, administrative fines penalties the magnitude of 1% (one per hundred) of the total value of the building concerned. The second part of criminal Provisions Article 162 (1) every owner of a building that does not meet the provisions in the Regulation of this area, was threatened with imprisonment of not longer than three (3) years and/or a maximum fine of 10% (ten per hundred) of the value of the building, if therefore resulted in the loss of property of another person. (2) every owner of a building that does not meet the provisions in the Regulation of this area, was threatened with imprisonment of not longer than 4 (four) years and/or a maximum fine of 15% (fifteen per hundred) of the value of the building, if therefore lead to accidents for others that lead to a lifetime of disability (3) every owner of a building that does not meet the provisions in the Regulation of this area , threatened imprisonment not more than 5 (five) years and/or a maximum fine of 20% (twenty per hundred) of the value of the building, if therefore resulted in the loss of life of others. Article 163 (1) every person or entity due to negligence violates the established in the Regulatory area is resulting in buildings not be eligible are convicted of confinement can function and/or criminal fines. (2) Criminal confinement and/or criminal fines as referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. criminal ... http://www.bphn.go.id/81 a. criminal confinement of not longer than 1 (one) year and/or a criminal fine of at most 1% (one per hundred) of the value of the building if therefore resulted in losses of property of another person; b. criminal confinement of not longer than 2 (two) years and/or a criminal fine of at most 2% (two per hundred) of a building's value if it thus resulting in accidents to others so as to cause the disability of a lifetime; c. criminal confinement of not longer than three (3) years and/or a criminal fine of at most 3% (three per hundred) of the value of the building if therefore resulted in the loss of life of others. (3) the provisions concerning the procedures for the imposition of sanctions referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) is subject to compliance with applicable provisions. CHAPTER IX INVESTIGATION Article 164 (1) in addition to the investigating Officers by the public, Investigation over criminal acts of violation of the regulations in this Area was conducted by Investigator civil servant (1988) in the appointment of local government environment in accordance with the Legislation in force. (2) in carrying out the task of investigation, civil servant Investigators as intended in paragraph (1) is authorized to: a. receive reports or complaints from a person of a criminal offence offence; b. did the first act at that time with respect to the incident and conduct examinations; c. told someone to stop suspects and examine the self identifier suspects; d. perform the seizure of objects and/or letter; e. calling a person to be heard and examined as a suspect or a witness; f. bring those experts used in connection with the proceeding; and g. hold the cessation of investigation after receiving instructions from the investigators that there was no evidence or such events does not constitute a criminal offence and subsequently through the investigator inform the public prosecutor, the suspect and his family. Chapter ... http://www.bphn.go.id/82 CHAPTER X PROVISIONS of TRANSITIONAL Article 165 (1) with the enactment of the regulations in this Area, all the rules relating to the implementation of the Organization of the building stated remains valid all not contrary to Rule this region. (2) things that have not been provided for in the regulation of this area, governed more by the Mayor conducted no later than 12 (twelve) months from this Area Regulations enacted. Article 166 With the enactment of the regulations in this Area: a. IMB building that has been issued by the regional Government stated remains valid; and b. building that has not obtained the permit from the local government building, for a period of at least 3 (three) years already have to have a building permit. Article 167 With the enactment of the regulations in this Area, for a period of at least 5 (five) years, the building has been established before the promulgation of the Regulation area is required to have the SLF. CHAPTER XI CLOSING PROVISIONS Article 168 With the enactment of the regulations in this Area, then the applicable local Municipality Area level II Bandung No. 14 in 1998 about the buildings in the municipality Region level II Bandung, revoked and declared inapplicable. Article 83 http://www.bphn.go.id/... the Article 169 of this Regional Regulation comes into force on the date of promulgation. In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of regulations in this Area with its placement in the piece area of Bandung city. Set in Bandung on May 25, 2010 the MAYOR of BANDUNG, TTD. DADA ROSADA Enacted in Bandung on May 25, 2010 SECRETARY of BANDUNG city, EDI SISWADI SHEET BANDUNG CITY AREA in 2010 number 05 http://www.bphn.go.id/


84 EXPLANATION of REGULATORY REGIONS of BANDUNG CITY number 05 in 2010 ABOUT BUILDING i. General settings issues building on a city not just the physical aspect and the Visual face shape but thoroughly of all aspects related to corporate values and complex aspects of a building. These settings are intended to create an orderly development of the city and the development of technical building definable Settings to the building types with attention to how to build it, the building materials used and the utilization of the building. In addition to the mandatory notice its effects on the environment, in other words the influence must be an embodiment of the principle of the construction of environmentally. It is done so that nurtures the development of heeding city function in relation to all aspects of urban activities without damaging the environment. Thus such development should not be over the limit resources support neighborhood, therefore all parties concerned in the development of mandatory notice ecological systems, water supply, air quality, noise, historical heritage, the State of the landscapes, flora, fauna etc. 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. The regulation of this area contains a provision regarding the principal building, hence the need to follow up with the terms of its implementation. Not overboard when the area is in the regulations does not designate a particular Office, but only designates the Office of technical. Thus in the implementation of the regulation in this Area required a harmony, alignment and synchronization among the executors, as well as the existence of firmness and clarity of the Division of duties and responsibilities of each in accordance with the duties and functions of their respective dinasnya. II. For the SAKE of ARTICLE ARTICLE article 1 is pretty clear. Article 2 of the Basic benefit is used as a foundation so that the building can be embodied and organized accordingly functions defined as a container, as well as human activities that meet the humanitarian values that are equitable, including aspects of appropriateness and propriety. The principle of salvation was used as a foundation so that the building meets building requirements, namely technical reliability requirements to ensure the safety of the 85 http://www.bphn.go.id/owners and users of the building, as well as the surrounding communities and the environment, in addition to the requirements of an administrative nature. The principle of balance is used as the Foundation of sustainable building existence in order not to disturb the balance of the ecosystem and the environment around the building. The principle of harmony is used as a foundation so that the conduct of the building can manifest harmony and alignment of the building with the environment around it. Article 3 is quite clear. Article 4 is quite clear. Article 5 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, home-building store (shop), a home-office building (rukan), building the Mall-apartments-offices, building malls-hospitality, and more. Article 6 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (2) letter a is quite clear. the letter b is quite clear. the letter c is quite clear. the letter d is the hotels is building a lot of room for rent as a place to stay and where to eat people who were on the way, this form of accommodation is managed commercially, provided for any person to obtain services, lodging, eating and drinking. http://www.bphn.go.id/86 is the motel is intended primarily for travelers drive, rooms are easily reached from the parking lot available. The hostel is a cheap place to stay (usually gets Government assistance) for students, employees who are in training and so on. The lodging is building houses for rent. The kondotel is a building that has a function of a combination of a condominium (apartment rental) and hotels. The boarding houses are homes that its use is partially or completely made a source of revenue by its owner with its minimal salaries residents receive 1 (one) month with money picked up the salaries. The letter e is quite clear. The letter f is the airport terminal is a building at an airport where passengers move between land transport and facilities to allow them to Board and leave the plane. The letter g building sports and fitness facility consists of a sports stadium, sports court, swimming pool, Fitness Centre (fitness centre), the spa, the sauna (sauna) and others. The sports stadium is a sporting facility either closed or open, equipped with the stands of spectators. Is the sports field is an outdoor sporting facility is not equipped with the stands of spectators. The swimming pool is a building that provides venues and facilities for swimming, garden and a playground for children and can be equipped with food and beverage services. The fitness center is a building that hosts sports and fitness of the body to an individual, group or family using the means of sports as well as providing food and beverage services. The definition of spa is a place of thermal baths. Does the steam bath is a building that provides venues and facilities for the steam and can be equipped with food and beverage services. The letter h is quite clear. The letter i is quite clear. The letter j is quite clear. http://www.bphn.go.id/87 subsection (4), the letter a is quite clear. The letter b is the clinic is a medical facility smaller than hospitals that serve only a particular complaint. The clinics are health care facilities which organizes the efforts of health care that is comprehensive, integrated, equitable, acceptable and affordable by the community with the active role of the community. The hospital is a health care facility that conducts health services individuals in plenary that provide inpatient, outpatient and emergency as well as other support. The letter c is quite clear. The letter d is quite clear. The letter e is quite clear. The letter f is quite clear. Subsection (5) the determination of building with special functions Minister. Subsection (6) in one building it is possible to have more than one function all is still dominated by its main function in accordance with the provisions in RTRW, RDTR or RTBL. Chapter 7 classification of building based on the level of complexity, can be distinguished from the top classification: a. simple building is a building with character is simple and has a simple technology and complexity; b. building is not simple is a building with character is not simple and has the complexity and/or technology is not simple; and c. a special building is the building which has special requirements, and use that in the planning and implementation require completion/special technology. Building classification based on the level of permanensi, the top classification can be distinguished: a. permanent building is a building because its function is planned to have a service above the age of 20 (twenty) years; b. semi permanent building is a building because its function is planned to have the age of service above the 5 (five) to 10 (ten) years; and c. an emergency or temporary building is a building because its function is planned to have the service up to the age of 5 (five) years. http://www.bphn.go.id/


88 building Classification based on the level of risk of Fire can be distinguished over classification: a. building fire risk level high building which is due to its function, design and use of the constituent elements of materials and components, as well as the quantity and quality of material that is in it easy burning very high levels and/or high; b. building fire risk levels are 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 inside the level easy medium burning; and c. building fire risk level low is a building due to its functionality, the design is the use of the constituent elements of materials and components, as well as the quantity and quality of material that is inside the burning of low easy level. Building classification based on location, can be distinguished from the top classification: a. building on the site of dense (trade area/city centre); b. building on site were (municipalities); and c. building on the site of the rift (suburbs/out of town or region that serves as a resapan). Building classification based on altitude, the top classification can be distinguished: a. high-rise building is a building that has more than 8 (eight) floor; b. medium-floor building is a building that has five floors up to 7 (seven) from the floor; and c. low-storey building is a building that has up to four (4) floor. Building classification based on ownership, can be distinguished from the top classification: a. State-owned building is a building for the purposes of the service became/will become property of the State and held with a source of financing that comes from the 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; b. the building belongs to the business entity; and c. the building belongs to the individual. Article 8 paragraph (1) is regulations among other regulatory zoning (zoning regulations), and others. Paragraph (2) Proposing building and classification functions are listed in the application for building permit. The proposed function and this building classification proposed by the owners in the form of a technical plan of the building. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Article 9 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Paragraph (2) http://www.bphn.go.id/89 Changes function for example of building a residential function into a function building effort. The change from one function to another function that will cause changes to the requirements that must be met, as for example the administrative and technical requirements of the building occupancy function distinctly different with administrative and technical requirements for building business functionality (e.g. the store). Paragraph (3) change of function (e.g. from a residential function into a function of effort) are defined by the Mayor through the process of building a new building permit. Article 10 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) in determining the requirements of the customs building carried out taking into account the provisions of the appropriation, and density altitude, a form of local traditional architecture, environmental impact, as well as the safety and health requirements for the use and the environment. In setting the terms of building semi-permanent and emergency is done taking into account the function of the building is allowed, the safety and health of users and the environment, as well as the maximum utilization of time building is concerned. In determining the requirements of the building which was built on the site of the disaster is done taking into account the function of the building, user safety and health building, and permanensi properties of the building allowed. Article 11 is quite clear. Article 12 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Article 13 paragraph (1) is quite clear. 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. Article 14 http://www.bphn.go.id/90 subsection (1) at the time of the licensing process, the building of local government records at once in the building register data base building. The logging activities of the building intended for the orderly development and utilization of administrative buildings as well as building information systems. Logging for building 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 local government income. 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. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) the required Data includes general data, technical data, State data/history, and images leger building, in the form fields provided local governments. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Article 15 is quite clear. Article 16 is quite clear. Article 17 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, RTRK and/or RTBL performed adjustment 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. Paragraph (2) a description of the plan of the city was given by the Agency have the authority in the field of spatial layout and buildings based on the image map the location where the building will be established by the owner. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Subsection (5) is quite clear. http://www.bphn.go.id/91 paragraph (6) above building public roads, channels, or other means is building a building as a liaison function between the other for circulation between buildings, footbridge (JPO), connecting buildings of commercial, and others. Paragraph (7) building on the underground crossing facilities and infrastructure network of the city is building a liaison function between the other to the circulation between the building of the tunnel crossing of persons or vehicles, connecting buildings of commercial, and others. What is meant by the city's network of facilities and infrastructure such as road services and/or the green line, the groom air high voltage (transmission), and/or telecommunications tower, and/or water tower. Paragraph (8) building under or above the water is the building that partially or completely located under or above the water, that function as public buildings or commercial buildings, such as building water recreation, restaurant above/in the water, and others. Subsection (9) is the free space is the space around the conductor (electric wire) high-voltage air duct (SUTT) or Extra High Voltage Air Channel (SUTET) that the magnitude of the voltage-dependent, the wind pressure and the temperature of the conductor wire. These spaces should be exempt from the people, living things and objects that other similarly for security reasons from SUTT or SUTET itself. Human activity and the presence of other objects can only be done in a secure space, so as to build should pay attention to the location and height of buildings from SUTT and SUTET. Article 18 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Paragraph (2) the determination of the KDB intended to meet the requirements for the reliability of building; safety in case of fire, flood; health in terms of air circulation, lighting, and sanitary; convenience in terms of sight, noise, and vibration; in terms of accessibility, ease of access and evacuation; harmony in terms of embodiment of the face of the city; the height that the higher the greater the distance-free building. Determination of KDB intended to meet the requirements of aviation safety considerations such as security, so for a building that was built around the Harbour Air is not allowed to exceed a certain height. KDB assignment for a region comprising several kaveling/persil can be done based on a comparison of the total building area to the total area of the building with the regulars consider designation or function area and support environment. Determination of degree of KDB KDB distinguished high (greater than 60% (sixty prosen) up to 100% (one hundred prosen)), medium (30% (thirty prosen) up to 60% (sixty prosen)) and low (less than 30% http://www.bphn.go.id/


92 (thirty prosen)). For region/area of solid and/or inner city can be applied to KDB high and/or medium, whereas for the regional/area of the rift and/or resapan function set KDB is low. Paragraph (3) the determination of the OUTBREAK to a region comprising several kaveling/persil can be done based on a comparison of the total building area to the total area of the building with mempetimbangkan designation or function area and support environment. Determination of the height of the building is distinguished in high buildings include height levels (OUTBREAK minimum = 9 (nine) x KDB) with a minimum of 9 (nine) floor and the rooftop height minimum of 40 (forty) meters from the ground floor, the building is being (the maximum of the OUTBREAK = 8 (eight) x KDB) with a maximum of 8 (eight) and a maximum building height of peaks less than 40 (forty) meters from the ground floor, and building low (maximum OUTBREAK = 4 (four) x KDB) with a maximum of four (4) floor and rooftop of the maximum height of less of the 15 (fifteen) meters from the ground floor. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Subsection (5)-power support land is the ability of the land to accommodate the activities and all the consequences/impacts posed in it, among other things: the ability of the power resapan water, the availability of clean water, the volume of waste that posed, and transportation. Subsection (6) in the event that landowners provide some areas of land for the public interest, e.g. for children or other public facility/infrastructure, then the owner of the building may be compensated/insensif by the local government. Compensation can be either a looseness of the OUTBREAK and the KDB, while incentives may be in the form of tax relief or retribution. Paragraph (7) is quite clear. Subsection (8) is quite clear. Subsection (9) is quite clear. Article 19 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Paragraph (4) letter a http://www.bphn.go.id/93 is quite clear. The letter b is quite clear. The letter c is quite clear. The letter d is quite clear. The letter e. The giving and receiving of KDB/magnitudes of the OUTBREAK should be equipped with the consent of the parties, the owner of perpetakan. Subsection (5) is quite clear. Subsection (6) is quite clear. Article 20 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Paragraph (4) Overstek can be either a console or cantilevered. Consoles namely beams one end attached to a cantilever fixed and the other end free. The cantilever is a wall that jut out as anchoring balconies; construction of the trunk (beam) of which one end is clipped and the other end is free; cantilever; buffer. Subsection (5) is quite clear. Subsection (6) is quite clear. Paragraph (7) is quite clear. Subsection (8) is quite clear. Subsection (9) is quite clear. Paragraph (10) http://www.bphn.go.id/94 Superblock is a row of several multi-storey buildings in an area or areas or in the form of blocks of residential and/or commercial blocks that are closed to traffic, there is a path for pedestrians, driveways, and the green line. Subsection (11) is the floor between Mezanin contained in indoor or roofed building level low situated juts out between two levels of a building (usually between the second floor and the third floor). Section 21 subsection (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Section 22 is quite clear. Section 23 subsection (1) limits the safety of flight operations (BKOP) is the maximum height of buildings and bangun-bangunan on the area of the safety of flight operations. The area of the safety of flight operations is an area of land and/or waters and air space around the airport used for flight operations activities in order to ensure the safety of the flight. Included in bangun-bangunan categories are: Home Guard, Platform Independent Cash (ATMs), motor vehicle Check Point, cage animals, greenhouses for plants/flowers with the volume of the room is not more than 12 m 3 (twelve cubic meters), the canopy Tower, Billboard, pole, electricity substation, fence/Fort lawns, retaining walls, and others of its kind. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Article 24 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Article 25 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Paragraph (2) http://www.bphn.go.id/95 is quite clear. Paragraph (3) Boundary Line is the line that Façade on the establishment of the building towards the road which borders, or the line above ground level which should not be exceeded except about fence-fence yard. The boundary line of the left and right Side and the back side/boundary line is behind countless of the borders, is not allowed to established a building. Boundary Fence line is the line above the soil surface on the establishment of a fence toward the borders should not be exceeded by the outer side of the fence. The boundary line of the attic is uncountable limit line of the street which borders not allowed established an attic. The line of the border River is the boundary line left right channel that establishes the areas needed for security purposes. The line of the border of the Lake is boundary line beyond the safeguards of the Lake. The determination of the boundary lines of the building along the River, which is also called the line of the border rivers, can be classified in: a. a line border of river bertanggul in urban areas, the calculation of the magnitude of the calculated boundary line along the foot of the embankment next to the outside. b. line of the border river of no bertanggul in urban areas, the calculation of the line of the border river is based on the depth of the river. c. line border river located in protected areas, calculation of boundary line the river based on the function of protected areas, besar-kecilnya River, and the influence of the tides sea water in rivers is concerned. Paragraph (4) Security Considerations in the determination of the boundary line includes consideration against the danger of fire, flood, Tornado, and/or traffic safety. Health considerations in the determination of the boundary line includes consideration of air circulation, lighting, and sanitary. Subsection (5) is quite clear. Subsection (6) is quite clear. Paragraph (7) is quite clear. Subsection (8) is quite clear. Subsection (9) is quite clear. Article 26 subsection (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. http://www.bphn.go.id/96 subsection (3) is quite clear. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Article 27 paragraph (1) 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. Paragraph (7) is quite clear. Subsection (8) is quite clear. Subsection (9) is quite clear. Article 28 is quite clear. Article 29 paragraph (1) 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. http://www.bphn.go.id/97 paragraph (7) is quite clear. Subsection (8) is quite clear. Subsection (9) is quite clear. Article 30 is quite clear. Article 31 paragraph (1) 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. Paragraph (7) is quite clear. Subsection (8) is quite clear. Subsection (9) is quite clear. Paragraph (10) is quite clear. Subsection (11) is quite clear. Subsection (12) is quite clear. Subsection (13) is quite clear. Subsection (14) is quite clear. Article 32 98 http://www.bphn.go.id/subsection (1) 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. Paragraph (7) is quite clear. Subsection (8) is quite clear. Article 33 the definition of balance is that the existence of the building do not interfere with the balance of the ecosystem and the environment around the building. Is the harmony is that the material provisions in implementing building result obtained environmental harmony and social life of the community. The definition of harmony with the environment is a matter of organizing the result obtained building harmony tata life and the surrounding environment. Article 34 paragraph (1) 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. 99 http://www.bphn.go.id/subsection (7) is quite clear. Article 35 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Article 36 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Article 37 paragraph (1) 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. Paragraph (7) is quite clear. Subsection (8) is quite clear. Subsection (9) is quite clear. Paragraph (10) is quite clear. Subsection (11) is quite clear. http://www.bphn.go.id/


100 Article 38 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Subsection (5) is quite clear. Article 39 is quite clear. Article 40 is quite clear. Article 41 in terms of building capability requirements against the burden of the charge, each building should be built taking into account the strength and rigidity, as well as the stability of the structure. The strength and stiffness of the structural condition of the building is the possibility 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. Each building must meet the requirements of strength and stiffness, such as: a. the architectural integrity of the buildings that is not stiff enough can cause the onset of deformation which causes destruction of non structural elements, such as glass, partition, and the skin of the building, as well as network utilities. b. the comfort of occupants/users Pergoyangan building on the building due to horizontal loads that take place on an ongoing basis (wind load), it will interfere with the comfort of occupants/users of the building. c. the stability of the structure. Due to the horizontal loads, the building can be deposed. ρ – ∆ effect can add horizontal load eccentricity. d. use of strength of materials building materials must comply with the requirements of the prescribed strength limits. Strength of materials must satisfy the requirements of the national standard (SNI) Indonesia or Indonesia industry standards (SII). If there has been no provision of SNI or SII, then used the latest international reference. The materials used have to go through a test of strength/test laboratory in accordance with the applicable provisions. The definition of stability is the condition of the building structure is not easily tip over, sideways, or tergeser during the age of the buildings planned. Article 42 101 http://www.bphn.go.id/subsection (1) 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. Paragraph (7) is quite clear. Subsection (8) is quite clear. Article 43 paragraph (1) letter a is quite clear. the letter b is quite clear. the letter c is the theoretical analysis is the analysis of the basic theory of structure calculation. the letter d is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Subsection (5) of the building Structure is the arrangement of the components of the building which is a unified, organized and connected one with the other structurally according to a system absorb and forward the static and dynamic loads on the ground, including: 1. The structure of the Buildings down (sub structure) that is part of the structure of the building under the ground floor which is located on land which receives and forward the static and dynamic loads into the ground. 2. The structure of the building (the upper structure) is part of the structure of the building above the ground floor which forms a unity to put components of the http://www.bphn.go.id/other building 102, receive and forward a non static and dynamic to building structure below. Subsection (6) is quite clear. Paragraph (7) is quite clear. Section 44 subsection (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Article 45 paragraph (1) the planning of the connection on the Foundation pillars of the stake is subject to approval of the head of Department. Steel pole foundations planning must take into account factors of corrosion in accordance with SNI. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) On the planning Foundation, the magnitude of lendutan at the head of the mast due to maximum horizontal style 1.27 cm (1/2 inch) unless specified otherwise by the head of Department. Subsection (4) if deemed necessary, at the Foundation in planning and retaining structures must be made of the experiment the imposition of 200% (two hundred prosen) of workload plan, both for axial axial tensile, compressive and/or lateral loads. The number of pillars of the Foundation for the axial compressive loading experiments must meet the following requirements: a. for the Foundation of the pillar drill (bored pile) at least one pillar of the experiment for each 75 (seventy-five) the pillars of equal size; b. for the Foundation pillar of the stake and the like at least one pillar of the experiment for each 100 (one hundred) pole that size. Against soil conditions and a specific plan workload number of mast Foundation for axial loading experiment, can be assigned by the head of Department. Lateral loading experiments must be carried out at the head of the planned mast (cut of level) with a maximum lendutan of 1.27 cm (1/2 inch). Article 46 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Verse http://www.bphn.go.id/103 (2) sufficiently clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Article 47 paragraph (1) the percentage of minimum reinforcement for retaining wall construction for basement required 0.015% on each side, in either direction on either the wall or the foundations. To control the crack then the horizontal reinforcement is used more particularly on thin walls. The top and bottom reinforcement should be used on the Foundation of the retaining walls of soils so well due to bending that can not be estimated at the equivalent static analysis cannot be overcome, so also penulangan on both sides of the wall should be provided to wall with 100 mm thick (one hundred Milli meters) or more. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Article 48 paragraph (1) 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. Paragraph (7) is quite clear. Subsection (8) is quite clear. Article 49 Setting the component architecture and 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 an active deterrent 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. http://www.bphn.go.id/104 System safeguards against fire hazard that must be provided to protect the said space in the form of a system of prevention manual and/or system safeguards against the danger of fire. Article 50 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Article 51 paragraph (1) the provision of fire security equipment as active deterrent system, among others, provision of fire alarm and detection system, fire hydrant outside and inside the building, fire extinguishers, and/or sprinkler. The sprinkler is a fire extinguisher system that works automatically when the room temperature reaches a certain temperature. Is the fire hydrant is a system of fire by using water pressure, in prevention efforts and countermeasures against fire hazard. The system of fire prevention that must be provided to protect the said space in the form of a system of prevention manual and/or system safeguards against the danger of fire. Subsection (2) is the fire alarm is an alarm and night sight tool mounted on the building can give warnings or signs at the time of the occurrence of a fire, which at least have: 1. A Bell or siren and a backup power source; 2. night sight Tool; 3. the indicator Panel equipped with: alarm groups facilities; the connecting switch and circuit breaker; backup power testing facilities with volt meter and ampere meter; and other auxiliary equipment. A provision of the type of night used must be in accordance with the use of the space that will be protected. Each alarm is installed in a building, it should always be ready to use. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Paragraph (5) http://www.bphn.go.id/105 quite clearly. Article 52 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is a compartment system is kompartemenisasi as an effort to prevent the penjalaran api by creating a border wall, floors, columns, beams, that is fireproof for the time corresponding to the class of the building. Example requirement the way out and accessibility for firefighting is the placement of smoke-proof stairwells as fire stairs in buildings should be easy and can be reached through the lounge, balcony or outdoor terrace. Is a fire ladder is a ladder that was planned specifically to rescue the human psyche at the time the fire occurred. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Article 53 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Article 54 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Article 55 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Article 56 paragraph (1) http://www.bphn.go.id/


106 is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Article 57 is quite clear. Section 58 subsection (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Subsection (5) is quite clear. Article 59 paragraph (1) natural lighting can be any openings in the wall, the wall of translucent, and/or translucent roof. Paragraph (2) wall of translucent glass that uses the walls for example. Translucent roof, for example the use of tile, glass or skylights. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Paragraph (4) the level of the power light or lighting level or the level of illumination 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 (zero comma five-seven) metres above the floor on an entire room. Subsection (5) is quite clear. Subsection (6) in the form of emergency Lighting emergency lights were installed on: • the lobby and corridors; • room that had over 300 m² (three hundred meters) square. Paragraph (7) http://www.bphn.go.id/107 is quite clear. Subsection (8) is quite clear. Article 60 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Paragraph (2) clean water that flowed into the plambing tools and equipment used for public plambing, cooking, food processing, canning or covering, washing of cutlery and kitchenware, drink and for domestic purposes or any other type of approval from relevant authorities. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Subsection (5) is quite clear. Subsection (6) is quite clear. Paragraph (7) is quite clear. Article 61 paragraph (1) waste water treatment Systems and/or dirty water can be either a wastewater treatment system and/or dirty water as a stand-alone system or septic tank wastewater treatment and/or dirty water integrated in an environment/area/city. Exhaust pipe on the washing place, floor drainage holes, and other regular sanitation funneling waste containing fats mandatory fitted with traps fats and oils. The fat trap maintenance required to insure the tool works fine, and dirt collected must be removed at regular intervals. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Subsection (5) is quite clear. http://www.bphn.go.id/108 subsection (6) is quite clear. Paragraph (7) is quite clear. Subsection (8) is quite clear. Article 62 paragraph (1) 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 63 clause (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Paragraph (4) Buildings that exceed a height of four (4) floor in addition to the mandatory requirements specified are equipped also with chimney garbage, except when using other ways upon permission from the Mayor. Subsection (5) is quite clear. Subsection (6) is quite clear. Paragraph (7) is quite clear. Subsection (8) is quite clear. Subsection (9) is quite clear. http://www.bphn.go.id/109 Article 64 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Subsection (5) is quite clear. Article 65 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) as a result of the use of Glare 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. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Article 66 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Article 67 paragraph (1) of the safety Considerations include ease of attainment to the emergency door in the event of an emergency (earthquake, fire, and others). Health considerations, among others, of the possibility of the circulation of fresh air and natural lighting. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Subsection (4) is quite clear. http://www.bphn.go.id/110 Section 68 subsection (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Article 69 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Paragraph (2) the 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. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Subsection (5) is quite clear. Article 70 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) 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 addressed 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. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Subsection (5) is quite clear. http://www.bphn.go.id/111 Article 71 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) against the Setting of 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. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Paragraph (5) to a building erected 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. Subsection (6) is quite clear. Paragraph (7) is quite clear. Subsection (8) is quite clear. Article 72-home in the form of a single home and home series is simple not required danaksesibilitas equipped with facilities 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. Article 73 paragraph (1) Toilet for the disabled is provided exclusively with the dimensions of space and certain doors that disabled people can use them independently. http://www.bphn.go.id/112 parking is the parking area and the ride 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. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Subsection (5) is quite clear. Section 74 subsection (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Article 75 153 http://www.bphn.go.id/113 subsection (1) 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. Paragraph (7) is quite clear. Subsection (8) is quite clear. Article 76 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Section 77 subsection (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Article 78 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Subsection (4) is quite clear. http://www.bphn.go.id/


114 Article 79 subsection (1) 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 80 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Article 81 paragraph (1) the 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. Provision of locker room planned with consideration of easily visible/known marker signs fed, easily reached, and equipped with adequate facilities. The 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. Provision of toilets are planned with consideration of a number of building users and easy to see and reach. The 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. 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. 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. http://www.bphn.go.id/115 paragraph (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Subsection (5) is quite clear. Article 82 paragraph (1) 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. Paragraph (7) is quite clear. Subsection (8) is quite clear. Article 83 is quite clear. Article 84 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Article 85 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Paragraph (2) of the profession planners include: http://www.bphn.go.id/116 (a) Planners building architecture is an or group of experts, as well as a legal entity that is engaged in the field of architecture has had or has yet to have a License to work the Planner; (b) structure of the Planner is an expert or group of experts in the fields of the structure/building construction building good who has had or has yet to have a License to work the Planner; (c) the installation and equipment Planners building is an expert in the field or a group of installations and equipment building good good who has had or has yet to have a License to work the Planner. As for the form of the results of the work of the Planner include: (a) a plan of the architecture is the result of planning that includes work on the architecture of the building and the environment. (b) a plan of the construction is the result of planning that includes the work regarding construction/building power. (c) Plan the installation and building supplies is the result of planning that includes work on building and equipment installation paragraph (3) is quite clear. Paragraph (4) experts who worked on the design and planning is responsible for the design and results of the plan. Subsection (5) is quite clear. Subsection (6) must be preserved for buildings still use SIBP holder experts or consultants planners with the approval of the expert team building. Article 86 is quite clear. Article 87 is quite clear. Article 88 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Article 89 of the draft plan and the Image building embodied in images that come with the layout of the building, the size, the explanation of the use of space, and materials as well as stating the location of the boundary line and the like. Specific to the design and building plans for renewal, extension or alteration, accompanied by images of the initial conditions and the image of the State which is designed and planned. Article http://www.bphn.go.id/90 117 is quite clear. Article 91 is quite clear. Article 92 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Paragraph (4) of the number of members of the expert team building set odd and the number is adapted to the complexity of the building and its technical substance. Every element of the party/team building experts are represented by 1 (one) person as a member. The competent government agency in providing technical considerations in the field of building can include elements of the Department of local government (technical service responsible in the field of building construction) and/or the Government (the Ministry of technical responsibility in the field of building construction, in terms of technical considerations for building special functions), as well as each represented by one (1) person. Article 93 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) does not impede the licensing process is technical considerations are given without necessarily adding to the time that has been set in the procedure or condition of licensing. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Section 94 subsection (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Article 95 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. http://www.bphn.go.id/118 Article 96 is quite clear. Article 97 is quite clear. Article 98 is quite clear. 99 article paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Article 100 is quite clear. Article 101 paragraph (1) Mounting Board the project name should be placed on a place that is easily seen by the officer. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Section 102 subsection (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Article 103 paragraph (1) is a scaffolding or structure is the formwork maid while in the execution of a building to support the work of the building structure. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Article 104 AIDS activities in a building can be either; RAM, bridges, stairs, safety nets and other tools. These tools prior to use in development activities must meet the requirements defined by the technical service. Article 105 is quite clear. http://www.bphn.go.id/119 Article 106 electric power use while for example lif goods/people and other operational equipment requires electrical power. Article 107 paragraph (1) the provision of materials for the needs of the construction must comply with the requirements, as well as storage and its placement should not interfere with the surrounding environment must also meet the requirements in accordance with the applicable provisions. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Article 108 is quite clear. Article 109 is quite clear. Article 110 implementation of construction supervision Activities performed 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. In terms 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. Jobs that require special skills include work in the areas of: a. land Minerals to depths of more than two meters and/or location of the meeting; b. the structure of the retaining wall; c. dewatering (decreased advance); d. the Foundation; e. special structures. Article 111 paragraph (1) the financing of research on strength structure of charged to the owner, executor or trustees construction. Paragraph (2) the financing of repair/replacement materials charged to the owner, executor or trustees construction. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. http://www.bphn.go.id/120 paragraph (4) material quality testing Financing charged to the owner, executor or trustees construction. Article 112 paragraph (1) the failure of the structure of the building is a condition that does not meet this aspect of the strength and rigidity, as well as the stability of the structure. Paragraph (2) Dismantling is done by the owner of the building or by the Department for a fee charged to the owner of the building. Article 113 is quite clear. Section 114 subsection (1) is quite clear. Paragraph (2) the designated experts should have expertise in the field of the certificate and the pembiayaannya charged to the owner of the building Section 115 subsection (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Article 116 is quite clear. Section 117 subsection (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Article 118 is quite clear. Article 119 the Health Inspection functions of the building carried out by the technical reviewer 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. Clause 120 be eligible certification function for most buildings can only be given when building buildings apart horizontally or separate unitary construction. http://www.bphn.go.id/


121 Article 121 the requirements of the health function of the building is the result of the final building inspection before utilized have met the technical requirements of the building layout and reliability of building in accordance with the functions and its classification. For building the health inspection results that its functions are not eligible, cannot be given certificates be eligible to function, and must be repaired and/or equipped to meet the requirements of the health functions. All the costs necessary for the examination of the health function study of technical service providers by building became the responsibility of the owner or user. The Mayor of doing health checks the 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 carried out by the technical Agencies and related to working with the Association of profession associated with the building. Section 122 subsection (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Article 123 Para (1) final results of the technical studies building is the activity report examination, the results of the testing, evaluation, and conclusions about the health of the function of the building. Paragraph (2) the owner of the building are required to perform periodic checks with the use of experts and the cost charged to the owner of the building. Paragraph (3) to be eligible to a certificate of extension of the function of the building required an examination of the health function of the building. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Article 124 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Section 125 subsection (1) utilization of building done by following rules generally objective, functional, procedural, and make use of science and technology. http://www.bphn.go.id/122 subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) 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. Section 126 subsection (1) For a building using building materials that can be attacked by fungi and insects (termites, beetles), the scope of maintenance including the preservation of the building materials. Paragraph (2) the designated experts should have a certificate of expertise in the field. Section 127 subsection (1) is quite clear. Paragraph (2) building maintenance Activities carried out in order to be eligible to keep building function. Paragraph (3) care of the building have high technical complexity is the work the treatment in practice of using heavy equipment, special equipment, as well as experts, and skilled. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Subsection (5) is quite clear. Article 128 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Article 129 is quite clear. Article 130 123 http://www.bphn.go.id/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. 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. Article 131 subsection (1) is quite clear. Paragraph (2) 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. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Article 132 paragraph (1) in identifying the building preserved following the provisions of the applicable legislation. Paragraph (2) letter a the owners and/or users, the building was identified and is set to be dismantled, in conducting technical studies can show results/technical studies and/or periodic inspection results that last. The letter b is quite clear. The letter c is quite clear. The letter d is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Paragraph (5) 124 http://www.bphn.go.id/quite clear. Subsection (6) 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. Paragraph (7) is quite clear. Subsection (8) is quite clear. Subsection (9) is quite clear. Paragraph (10) the technical Plan concept consists of demolition and dismantling plan images, image detail implementation of demolition, work plan and 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. Section 133 subsection (1) 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. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Section 134 subsection (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) 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, good http://www.bphn.go.id/125 in general or specifically with the use of equipment and/or specific technologies, for example by the use of explosives. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Section 135 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 136 paragraph (1) letter a is quite clear. The letter b is quite clear. C the publication of letters warrant the demolition while simultaneously revoking certificates be eligible to existing functions. Determination of the specific building demolition was done taking into account the opinion of the expert team building. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Subsection (5) is the owner of the House who is not capable is the owner of individuals or business entities that meet the criteria of not being able to financially according to the relevant authorities. http://www.bphn.go.id/126 subsection (6) is quite clear. Paragraph (7) is quite clear. Section 137 subsection (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Article 138 is quite clear. Article 139 is quite clear. Article 140 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Section 141 subsection (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Article 142 subsection (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Article 143 is quite clear. Section 144 subsection (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Article 145 is quite clear. http://www.bphn.go.id/


127 Section 146 subsection (1) of the community join the do monitoring and keep order against building utilization including maintenance and/or restoration of buildings and their surroundings are protected and preserved. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) of the material inputs, proposals and complaints in the Organization of the building includes the identification of the ketidaklaikan function, and/or the level of danger posed, and/or violation of licensing, and the location of the building as well as the completeness and clarity of the data reporting. Input, the proposal and the complaint is laid out with basic knowledge in the field of building construction techniques, such as reports about symptoms potentially building will collapse. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Subsection (5) is quite clear. Article 147 is quite clear. Section 148 subsection (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Article 149 subsection (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Section 150 subsection (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Article 151 is quite clear. Article 152 is quite clear. Article 153 paragraph (1) http://www.bphn.go.id/128 is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Article 154 subsection (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Article 155 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Article 156 is quite clear. Article 157 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Section 158 subsection (1) is quite clear. Paragraph (2) the value of the building is a building based on estimates of building area per square meter, building unit price per square metre in the new circumstances, and the value of the rest of the building according to age. The value of the building is defined by TABG based on reasonableness of price taking into account the cost of depreciation. Section 159 subsection (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Subsection (5) is quite clear. http://www.bphn.go.id/129 subsection (6) is quite clear. Section 160 subsection (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Section 161 subsection (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Subsection (4) is quite clear. Article 162 subsection (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Section 163 subsection (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Article 164 subsection (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Article 165 paragraph (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. http://www.bphn.go.id/130 Article 166 is quite clear. Article 167 quite clearly. Article 168 is quite clear. Article 169 is quite clear. An ADDITIONAL AREA of BANDUNG SHEET number 01 http://www.bphn.go.id/