Presidential Regulation Number 54 In 2008

Original Language Title: Peraturan Presiden Nomor 54 Tahun 2008

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Regulation 54-2008 Text copy _?.
PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA REGULATION back NUMBER 54 in 2008 ABOUT the SPATIAL AREA of JAKARTA, BOGOR, DEPOK, TANGERANG, BEKASI, PUNCAK, CIANJUR with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA,.,, Considering: a. that based on the Government Regulation number 26 in 2008 about the plans of the National Territory, the Spatial area of Jakarta, Bogor, Depok, Tangerang, Bekasi, Puncak, Cianjur (Jabodetabekpunjur) was designated as a national strategic areas that require spatial planning , use of space, space utilization and control are integrated;
.,, b. that based on considerations as referred to in letters a need to set a presidential regulation;
.,, Considering: 1. Article 4 paragraph (1) of the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945;
., ,2. Act No. 11 of 1950 on the establishment of the West Java province;
., ,3. Act No. 5 of 1990 concerning conservation of natural resources, the ecosystem and Biodiversity (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 49 in 1990, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3419);
., ,4. Act No. 41 of 1999 on Forestry (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 167 in 1999, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3888);
., ,5. Act No. 23 of 2000 on the establishment of Banten Province (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia year 2000 Number 182, additional sheets of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4010);
., ,6. 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 has already been twice amended last by Act No. 12 of 2008 about the second amendment in the Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 59 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4844);
., ,7. Act No. 26 of 2007 concerning Spatial (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 68 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4725);
., ,8. Act No. 27 of 2007 about management of Coastal Regions and small islands (Gazette Republic of Indonesia Number 84 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5068);
., ,9. Act No. 29 of 2007 about the Government of the province of Jakarta as the capital of the State Union of Republic Indonesia (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 93 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4744);
., .10. Government Regulation No. 10 of 2000 about the level of accuracy of the map for Spatial region (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 20 in 2000, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3934);
.,, 11. Government Regulation Number 38 in 2007 about Government Affairs Divisions between the Government, local governance and local governance of the province, Kabupaten/Kota (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 82 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4737);
., 12. Government Regulation Number 50 in 2007 on The implementation of the Cooperation Region (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 112 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4761);
., 13. Government Regulation number 26 in 2008 on National Territory Spatial Plans (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Year 2008 Number 48, additional sheets of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4833);
DECIDED:.,, define: PRESIDENTIAL REGULATION on SPATIAL AREA of JAKARTA, BOGOR, DEPOK, TANGERANG, BEKASI, PUNCAK, CIANJUR.
CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 the first part of Understanding In this presidential Rule is:.,, 1. Space is a container that includes space land, sea, space and air spaces, including spaces in the Earth as a whole region where humans and other living creatures, doing activities and maintaining his survival. 2. Spatial Plan is the result of spatial planning.
., ,3. Spatial is a system of spatial planning process, use of space, and control of utilization of space.
., ,4. National strategic areas are those areas prioritized its spatial Setup because it has a very important influence nationally against the sovereignty of the State, defense and homeland security, economic, social, cultural, and/or the environment, including the area that has been designated as a world heritage.
., ,5. The area of Jakarta, Bogor, Depok, Tangerang, Bekasi, Summit, Cianjur, hereinafter referred to as Jabodetabekpunjur, is a national strategic areas covering the entire territory of the province of Jakarta, some parts of West Java province and parts of Banten Province.
., ,6. The protected area is the area that is defined with the primary function of protecting the environmental sustainability which includes natural resources and artificial resources.
., ,7. The area of protected forest is a forest area that functions as the principal buffer system protection of life to set up the layout of the water, preventing flooding, erosion control, preventing the instrusi sea water, and maintain soil fertility.
., ,8. The area of resapan water is the area that has a high ability to meresapkan rain water so that the water charging is where the Earth is useful as a source of water and as the controller layout of surface water.
., ,9. The border river is the area along the River, including the left right artificial river/canal/irrigation channels primer, which has important benefits to maintain the sustainability of the river functions.
., .10. The border of the beach is the area along the coast that have important benefits to maintain the function of the beach.
.,, 11. The area around the springs is an area around a spring that has important benefits to maintain the sustainability of the function of water.
., 12. There is a standing water containers above ground level that is formed naturally or artificial water comes from ground or surface water as the hydrological cycle is one form of the protected area.
., 13. Swamp land is naturally the puddle that occur constantly or seasonal due to the natural drainage that impeded and has special characteristics that are physically, chemically, and biology.
.,, 14. Coastal mangrove forests is the coastal area of the sea that is the natural habitat of mangrove (mangrove) that serves to give protection to perikehidupan Beach and the ocean.
., 15. Natural conservation area is a region with particular characteristics, both on land and in the waters that have the function of a buffer system of protection of life, the preservation of the diversity of plants and animals, as well as the sustainable utilization of natural resources, the ecosystem and biodiversity of the National Park, forest park, and the garden of nature tourism.
.,,16. The nature reserve is a nature sanctuary area due to its natural state has a specificity of plant, animal, and ecosystem or particular ecosystems need to be protected and its development takes place naturally.
., General Agreement. The animal sanctuary is a nature sanctuary area that has the characteristic form of diversity and/or the uniqueness of this type of wildlife for survival can be done coaching to its Habitat.
., 18. The National Park is a natural preservation area of land or waters that both have original ecosystems, managed by the zoning system is utilized for the purpose of research, science, education, support the cultivation, culture, tourism, and recreation.
.,, 19. Forest Park is a natural area for the purpose of the collection of plants and/or animals that are natural or not natural, the kind of original or not original, which are exploited for the sake of research, science, education, support the cultivation, culture, tourism, and recreation.
.,, 06. The natural park is a natural preservation area that is primarily used for tourism and recreation.
.,,21. The heritage area is the area which is the location of the building is the result of human culture as well as high-value natural geology typical creations that can be beneficial to the development of science.
., .22. The area of cultivation is a region defined by the primary function for cultivated on the basis of the conditions and the potential for natural resources, human resources, and resources.
.,,23. Agricultural areas wetlands are areas of cultivation of agricultural irrigation systems, which provide water continuously all year round, seasonal, or passes by the main plant rice.
., .24. Geological disaster-prone areas are potential areas experiencing natural disasters.
., .25. A zone is a region with a special designation that has size limitations or specific standards.
.,, 26. The zone of Cultivation, hereinafter referred to as Zone B, is the utilization of its spatial characteristics of the zone set based on the dominance of the function of each zone's activities on the area of cultivation.
.,,27. The Non-Cultivation zone, hereinafter referred to as the N Zone, the zone is the utilization of its spatial characteristics are set based on the dominance of the function of each zone activities in protected areas.
.,,28. Buffer zone, hereinafter referred to as the P Zone, the zone is on cultivation area in the waters of the sea of its spatial utilization characteristics are assigned to protect the area of cultivation and/or protected areas are located on the Mainland of insecurity against abrasion and beach instrusi sea water.
.,, 29. Infrastructures and means the region is the completeness of a physical basis that allows the region to function properly.

., .30. Open green space is an area stretching/path and/or clumped, which usage is more open, where growing plants, either grown naturally or deliberately planted. 31. The reclamation is drying and hoarding activities of territorial waters.
., 32. The Central Government, hereinafter referred to as the Government, is the President of the Republic of Indonesia that holds the powers of the Government of the Republic of Indonesia as stipulated in the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945.
.,, 33. The area was the province of Jakarta, West Java, Banten, Bogor regency, Tangerang Regency, a Regency of Bekasi, Bogor, Cianjur, Tangerang, Bekasi, Depok and.
., 34. The local government is the Governor, Governor, or mayor, and other areas as the organizer of local governance.
.,, 35. The head of the region was the Governor of the province of Jakarta, West Java Governor, Governor of Banten, Bogor Regent, Regent of Tangerang, Bekasi Regent, Regent of Cianjur, Mayor of Bogor, Tangerang, Bekasi Mayor Mayor, and the Mayor of Depok.
.,, 36. The Governor is the Governor of West Java, Banten Governor, and the Governor of the province of Jakarta.
., 37. Bupati/Walikota Bogor Regent was Regent, Regent of Cianjur, Tangerang, Bekasi Regent, Mayor of Bogor, Tangerang, Bekasi Mayor Mayor, and the Mayor of Depok.
., 38. The Minister is the Minister of the organizing Affairs of the Government in the field of spatial.
., 39. The role of the community is the variety of community activities that arise upon the will and desires of its own in the middle of the community, to interested and engaged in organized arrangement of space.
., .40. Building base coefficient, hereinafter the KDB, is a comparison between the broad base and wide persil.
., 41. The coefficient of the floor of the building, hereinafter referred to as the OUTBREAK, is a comparison between the floor area of the building and area of persil.
.,, 42. The zone number is awakened coefficient comparison between the total area of the building footprint and wide zone.
.,, 43. Natural conservation index is the parameter indicating conservation ideal for hydrological conditions are calculated based on variable rainfall, types of rocks, slope, altitude, and land use.
.,, 44. The actual conservation index is the parameter that indicates the condition of the existing hydrological for conservation are calculated based on variable rainfall, types of rocks, slope, altitude, and land use.
.,, 45. Permit use of space is the permission required in the use of space activities in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
.,, 46. Land administration is granting, extension, renewal rights, rights of passage rights, increased rights, incorporation of rights, the separation of rights, breaking the rights, the imposition of rights, site license, permission changes in land use, as well as permission for the designation and use of land.
The second part aims and objectives article 2 (1) the purpose of the spatial area of the Jabodetabekpunjur is to:.,,.,, a. realizing the spatial organization of the interregional alignment as one region planning with attention to balance well-being and resilience;
.,, b. embody power support a sustainable environment in the management of the region, to ensure the conservation of the water and keep the soil, ensuring the availability of ground water and surface water, as well as tackling the flood; and, c. develop the economy of the territory is productive, effective, and efficient manner based on the characteristics of the region for the creation of an equitable society welfare and sustainable development. (2) the Objectives of organizing spatial area of Jabodetabekpunjur is:.,, a. materialize cooperation intergovernmental areas through spatial:.,,.,, 1) synchronization of the utilization and cultivation of protected areas for improving the well-being and quality of life of the population; 2) synchronize development means integrated regions; and, 105.4) interregional agreements to develop the sector priorities and areas of priority according to the level of common interest;
.,, b. attainment of improved function protected against earth, water, air, flora, and fauna with provisions:.,, 1) erosion levels don't bother;., .2) level peresapan rainwater and surface water flow rate guarantee tercegahnya flood and water availability all year round to the public interest; 3) ensures water quality environmental health;., 4) there serves as a catchment, the raw water source, and irrigation systems;
., .5) preservation of flora and fauna ensure the preservation of the diversity of animal and plant species and their ecosystem; and, .6) rate of change in temperature and air quality still ensures the comfort of life environment; c. achievement of business optimization cultivation functions provided:.,,.,, 1) cultivation activities not exceeding carrying capacity and the availability of natural resources and energy;
., .2) the business activities of small and large-scale agriculture apply agricultural technologies that pay attention to soil and water conservation;
.,. 3) for the population capacity in tune with the capability of providing the infrastructure and means of a clean environment and healthy and able to realize optimal services;
., 4) the development of industrial activity to support the development of other economic activities;
., .5) fixed tourism activities guarantee the comfort and safety of the public, in accord with the environment, as well as opening up employment opportunities and seek optimal for local people in tourism activities, so as to improve the welfare of the population; and, .6) environmental pollution level that perfect humility of transportation activities, industry and settlement through the application of the raw quality of the environment; d. achievement of a balance between the function and the function of protected cultivation.
The third part of the role and Function of article 3 spatial area of Jabodetabekpunjur has a role as a reference for the Organization of the development related to water and soil conservation efforts, guarantee the availability of ground water and surface water, flood prevention, and economic development for the well-being of the community.

Article 4 spatial area of Jabodetabekpunjur has a function as a guide for all stakeholders involved directly or indirectly in conducting spatial integrated in Jabodetabekpunjur Area, through spatial planning, use of space, and control of utilization of space.

The fourth part of the scope of Paragraph 1 of article 5 Regions Coverage.,, (1) Jabodetabekpunjur Area covers the entire area of Jakarta, some parts of West Java province and parts of Banten Province.
.,, (2) some parts of West Java province referred to in subsection (1) includes the whole area of the Regency of Bekasi, Bekasi, throughout the entire territory of the city of Depok, Bogor regency to the whole region, the whole area of the city of Bogor, Cianjur and parts which include the Cugenang Subdistrict, district, sub-district of Pacet Sukaresmi, and sub-district of Cipanas.
.,, (3) a portion of the area of Banten Province referred to in subsection (1) includes the whole area of Tangerang Regency and the whole area of Tangerang.
Paragraph 2 of article 6 of the regulation the scope of the Arrangements President include policy and strategy structuring space, spatial plan Area Jabodetabekpunjur, referral, referral control room utilization utilization utilization of space surveillance, space, institutional, community, and coaching role.

CHAPTER II the POLICIES and STRATEGIES of SPATIAL Structuring of space policy in the first part of article 7 Jabodetabekpunjur areas of spatial Policies as stipulated in article 6 is realizing the alignment of organization of spatial areas in order to strike a balance between economic development and preservation of the environment.

The second part of the strategy of Spatial article 8 Strategy spatial Region Jabodetabekpunjur is the implementation of the policy referred to in article 7 which includes:.,, a. push in this area of development based upon the alignment interregional planning area as a single entity;
.,, b. encouraging development in this area that can guarantee remains the conservation of water and soil, ensuring the availability of ground water and surface water, as well as tackling the flood by considering the power support a sustainable environment in the management of the area;
.,, c. encourage the development of the economy of the territory is productive, effective, and efficient manner based on the characteristics of the region for the creation of community welfare and sustainable development.
CHAPTER III SPATIAL PLAN AREA JABODETABEKPUNJUR part one General article 9 (1) Spatial Plan Area contains:., Jabodetabekpunjur, a. plan the structure of the space; and b. the plan pattern space.
.,, (2) the Spatial Plan of the area of Jabodetabekpunjur is a great tool for alignment and synchronization Plan Spatial Territories province/district/city which is in the Jabodetabekpunjur.
.,, (3) a plan of the structure of the space is the development plan arrangement settlement centers and network system infrastructure that serves as a supporter of social and economic activities of the community who have a functional relationship is hierarchical.
.,, (4) Plan the pattern space is a distribution plan allocation of space in the area of Jabodetabekpunjur which includes the allocation of space to the function of protected areas and the allocation of space for functions of cultivation.
The second part of the plan of the structure of Spaces article 10.,, (1) space structure Plan as referred to in article 9 paragraph (3) consists of a System Center network system of settlements and infrastructure.

.,, (2) systems & (2) Settlement Centre System referred to in subsection (1) is the Central settlement in the hierarchy according to plan Spatial Regions nationwide. (3) infrastructure network System as referred to in subsection (1) include the following:.,, a. road transport system;

b. marine transportation system;

c. air transportation system;

d. the raw water supply system;

e. waste water management systems;

f. system management hazardous materials and toxic waste;

g. system of drainage and flood control;

h. persampahan management system;

i. electric power network systems; and j. telecommunication network system.
.,, (4) infrastructure network System as referred to in paragraph (3) was planned in an integrated interregional by involving community participation, as well as paying attention to the function and direction of development of neighborhood centers.
The third part of the pattern Space Plan article 11.,, (1) the plan pattern space as referred to in article 9 paragraph (4) consists of a distribution plan space to protected areas and areas of cultivation.
.,, (2) space to protected areas as referred to in paragraph (1) are grouped in zones as follows: power nonbudi.,, a. Non-Cultivation Zone 1 hereinafter called Zone N1; and b. a Non-Cultivation Zone 2 hereinafter called Zone N2.
.,, (3) space for cultivation area referred to in subsection (1) are grouped in Cultivation Zone and a buffer zone.
.,, (4) cultivation Zone as referred to in paragraph (3) are grouped as follows:.,, a. Cultivation Zone 1 hereinafter called Zone B1;

b. Cultivation Zone 2 hereinafter called Zone B2;

c. Cultivation Zone 3 hereinafter called Zone B3;

d. Cultivation Zone 4 Zone B4 hereafter;

e. Cultivation Zone 5 hereinafter called Zona B5;

f. Cultivation Zone 6 hereinafter called Zone B6; and g. Cultivation Zone 7 hereinafter called Zone B7.
.,, (5) a buffer zone as referred to in paragraph (3) are grouped as follows:.,, a. buffer zone 1 hereinafter called Zone P1;

b. the buffer zone 2 are hereinafter referred to as the zone of P2;

c. buffer zone 3 hereinafter called Zone P3;

d. buffer zone 4 Zone P4 hereafter; and e. a buffer zone 5 hereinafter called the zone of P5.
CHAPTER IV USE of SPACE LANDING AREA article 12 in order to realize the plan structure of the spaces referred to in article 10 defined the direction of development of the central system of settlement and development direction of network system infrastructure.

The first part of a referral system development center of Settlement Article 13.,, (1) the development of the settlement Centre system referred to in article 12 are directed at the formation and function of the Central settlement in the hierarchy according to plan Spatial Regions nationwide.
.,, (2) systems development center of settlement referred to in subsection (1) include efforts to encourage the development of National Urban activity centers in Jakarta, with the city core is Jakarta and satellite towns are Bogor, Depok, Tangerang, Bekasi, and other cities.
.,, (3) in the direction of the space structure of developed Roads Jakarta outer ring road (Jakarta Outer Ring Road 2) and the radialnya as a Jabodetabekpunjur space and structure-forming to provide Ministry development sub urban centers include self catering Serpong/city Bumi Serpong Damai, Cimanggis, Cinere, Cileungsi, Setu, and Chubby/Cikarang.
.,, (4) the direction of development of the system of Central settlement described in the map of the structure and the pattern of the District Jabodetabekpunjur Room with a scale of 1:50,000 maps as listed in Annex III which is an integral part of this Regulation of the President.
The second direction of development of Infrastructure Network System Article 14 transport system development is directed at the alignment and mutual support intra and inter mode mode, which includes the mode of transportation by land, sea, and air with considering the ease and efficiency of users of transport services based on analysis of traffic generation and the pull of antarpusat activities.

Section 3.,, (1) ground transportation System as referred to in article 10 paragraph (2) letter a consists of a network of road transport, network rail, and river, Lake and crossing.
.,, (2) structuring and development of road transport in the region is directed at Jabodetabekpunjur:.,, a. Setup mass transportation rail transportation roads roads;.,, b. improved utilization of the railway networks on specific sections as the infrastructure of commuter movements in Bogor, Tangerang, Bekasi, Depok and to Jakarta and vice versa;
.,, c. separation between network infrastructures use the railway line is a commuter railway line and a network that is both regional and long distance;
.,, d. development of the road connecting antarwilayah and antarpusat settlements, industry, agriculture, trade, service and node-node transport as well as road development liaison between the road beside the highway with a toll road;
.,, e. toll road development in the town in the region of Jakarta which is integrated with the Intercity highways in accordance with real needs;
., road construction, f.-level primary arterial road that connects primer or collector Cikarang in the Bekasi District to the port of Tanjung Priok in Jakarta and Depok Town in Citayam to outer ring road in Jakarta;
.,, g. rail road construction linking Cikarang Bekasi district to the port of Tanjung Priok in Jakarta;
.,, h. development of mass transportation system that connects Jakarta with centers of activity in the vicinity;
.,, i. development of mass rapid transportation system which is integrated with bus priority, monorail, railways and other transport modes; and, j. River transportation system development that integrates with other transportation modes.
.,, (3) to ensure the safety of road transport and sustainability of road transportation safety facilities operations, structuring the space around the area and in the terminals and along the way must pay attention to the development plan of the road transport and safety conditions for road transport.
.,, (4) to ensure the safety of the railways and the sustainability of the operation of railways safety facilities, structuring of space around and in the area of the station and along the railway network should pay attention to the development plan of railways and safety provisions of the railways on the railway network, which includes the space benefits the railway line, the railway-owned space, and space surveillance of railway lines, including the top and bottom is intended for railway traffic.
.,, (5) the direction of the ground transportation system depicted in the Map Area transportation systems Jabodetabekpunjur Landing with a scale of 1:50,000 maps as listed in Annex I which are part and parcel of this Regulation of the President.
Article 16, (1) the Structuring and development of the marine transportation system as referred to in article 10 paragraph (3) the letter b is directed to support smooth out the flow of incoming goods and passengers to and from outside the region.
.,, (2) to ensure the safety of shipping and port operations, structuring the sustainability space around and in the port area must pay close attention to the activities of the kepelabuhanan in accordance with the master plan of the port and shipping safety provisions in the area of the working environment (DLKr) and the Regional Environmental Interests (DLKp) as well as the order of the national Kepelabuhanan.
Article 17.,, (1) structuring and the development of air transportation system referred to in article 10 paragraph (2) Letter c is directed to support smooth out the flow of incoming goods and passengers to and from outside the region.
.,, (2) to ensure the safety of flight operations and sustainability of airport operations, structuring the space around and in the area of the airport must pay close attention to the activities of the kebandarudaraan in accordance with the master plan of the airport and flight operations safety area conditions and the order of the national Kebandarudaraan.
Article 18.,, (1) raw water supply as referred to in article 10 paragraph (3) the letter d is done by making use of the existing resources and infrastructure development.
.,, (2) the management of the raw water system should pay attention to the balance between the availability of water and the need for household, agricultural, industrial, urban, and the maintenance of river, as well as integrated environmental balance.
.,, (3) development of raw water can be done with the construction and management of reservoirs, multipurpose carrier channels, management, and maintenance of the river.
.,, (4) strategy for the management of the raw water supply system is to maintain a balance between needs and availability as well as the preservation of watersheds, and other water sources, the management is carried out by interregional cooperation.
.,, (5) raw water system management Directives described in the Map of the raw water system and Referral flood control area of Jabodetabekpunjur with a scale of 1:50,000 maps as listed in annex II which are part and parcel of this Regulation of the President.
Article 19, the Setup, (1) waste water management system referred to in article 10 paragraph (3) the letter e should pay attention to environmental sanitation quality and minimize pollution of ground water and surface water.
.,, (2) waste water management strategies directed to the reduction, utilization of back, and the provision of infrastructure and facility management of wastewater for industrial settlements and activities with attention to the raw quality of liquid waste.

.,, (3) waste water management system for the activities of domestic/household is a separate system from industrial waste water management.
.,, (4) waste water management Systems implemented centralized mainly in the densely populated residential area, business center, and industrial centers.
.,, (5) other Provisions relating to the management of wastewater is regulated in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
Article 20.,, (1) Structuring the system of waste management hazardous and toxic materials as referred to in article 10 paragraph (3) the letter f is directed to minimize the pollution of air, land, and water resources and improve environmental quality.
.,, (2) Structuring the system of waste management hazardous materials and toxic should pay attention to the availability of infrastructures and means of the processing of waste that has been installed.
.,, (3) management of hazardous materials and toxic waste is done based on the technical criteria referred to in the regulations governing the management of hazardous materials and toxic waste.
.,, (4) management of hazardous materials and toxic waste can be done through interregional cooperation by involving community participation.
.,, (5) other Provisions relating to the management of hazardous materials and toxic waste is regulated in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
Clause 21.,, (1) the system of drainage and flood control as stipulated in article 10 paragraph (3) the letter g is directed to reduce the danger of floods and standing water for the area of settlements, industry, Commerce, offices, and rice, as well as the road.
.,, (2) the strategy of development of flood control and drainage was carried out with the management of rivers with integrated drainage system discharge control areas, river water and increased the capacity of the River, increased functionality there-there and reservoirs as water catchment areas with the polder system, control of the use of space in protected areas and areas of cultivation are implemented strictly in the upstream area to all watersheds, making sudetan River , and controlling development in the border river.
.,, (3) the direction of development of drainage and flood control in the area of Jabodetabekpunjur is done through the efforts of:.,, a. forest and land rehabilitation as well as water catchment area greening;

b. the Setup area of the border of the river and its tributaries;

c. normalization of rivers and its tributaries,;., d. development of reservoir flood-control reservoirs and conservation there-situ as well as water retention areas; e. flood control and infrastructure development; and f. the construction of drainage infrastructure.
.,, (4) the setting of priorities of the rivers for the structuring and normalizing the river and its tributaries as referred to in paragraph (3) the letter b and the letter c is governed more by laws and regulations.
.,, (5) flood control Directives is described on a map of raw water system and Referral flood control with a 1:50,000 scale as listed in annex II which are part and parcel of this Regulation of the President.
Section 22.,, (1) persampahan management system referred to in article 10 paragraph (3) the letter h is developed in the area of integrated Jabodetabekpunjur through interregional cooperation by involving community participation.
.,, (2) persampahan Jabodetabekpunjur Area management strategies organized by the utilization of back, recycling, and waste processing having regard to technical criteria in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
.,, (3) the direction of the management of integrated persampahan in Jabodetabekpunjur Region should pay attention to the determination of the location of the landfill and waste processing incinerator which is not particularly polluting the environment.
.,, (4) the determination of the location of landfills in the area of Jabodetabekpunjur should pay attention to capacity and the volume of domestic waste and nondomestik from Jakarta, Bogor, Depok, Bekasi, Tangerang, Cianjur and as well as being at a safe distance which does not pollute the environment in the vicinity.
Article 23.,, (1) electric power network System as referred to in article 10 paragraph (3) the letter i is directed to:.,,.,, a. improving the service of electric power networks in the development of the area of Jabodetabekpunjur;
.,, b. support the development of electric power transmission network terinterkoneksi; and, c.., improve the service of electric power networks are isolated in the thousand islands.
.,, (2) the development of a network of electric power system should pay attention to the capacity that has been mounted and long term needs.
.,, (3) the development of electric power network systems is done based on the technical criteria as follows:.,, a. minimizing the negative impact on the health and safety of the community;

b. support the realization of the structure of the space of the area; and, c.., other technical criteria as set forth in the provisions of the legislation.
.,, (4) the development of electric power network system can be done through interregional cooperation by involving community participation.
.,, (5) other Provisions relating to electric power network systems development is regulated in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
Pasal 24.,, (1) Telecommunication Network System as referred to in article 10 paragraph (3) the letter j is directed to:.,, a. supporting the development of a national telecommunications network system;.,, b. enhance the provision of reliable and fast information around the area of Jabodetabekpunjur within the framework of realization of the structure of the Jabodetabekpunjur area of space;
.,, c. improve the provision of and access to information to and from all corners of the Region Jabodetabekpunjur; and, d.., improving the provision of and access to information from and to the area of Jabodetabekpunjur.
.,, (2) the development of telecommunication network system should pay attention to the capacity that has been mounted and long term needs.
.,, (3) the development of telecommunication network systems is done based on the technical criteria as follows:.,,.,, a. minimizing the negative impact on the health and safety of the community as well as the safety of the flight; b. support the realization of the structure of the space of the area; and, c.., other technical criteria as set forth in the legislation.
.,, (4) the development of a system of telecommunication networks can be done through interregional cooperation by involving community participation.
.,, (5) other Provisions relating to the development of telecommunication network systems are regulated in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
The third part of the management of the protected area Article 25 (1) Zone N1 as referred to in article 11 paragraph (2) letter a consists of:.,, a. protected forest areas;

b. the area of the resapan water;

c. areas with a slope of over 40% (forty percent);

d. the boundary rivers;

e. coastal boundary;

f. the surroundings of lakes, reservoirs, and;

g. the area around the springs;

h. Marsh;

i. wooded coastal mangroves; and j. geological disaster-prone areas.
.,, (2) use of space Zone N1 geared to the conservation of water and soil in order:.,, a. prevent abrasion, erosion, amblesan, flood, and sedimentation;.,, b. keeping soil hydrologic function to ensure the availability of nutrient elements of soils, groundwater, and surface water; and c. to prevent and/or mitigate the effects of natural disasters due to geology.
Article 26 (1) Zone N2 as referred to in article 11 paragraph (2) letter b composed of:.,, a. nature reserve;

b. wildlife;

c. National Park;

d. Forest Garden Kingdom;

e. natural park; and f. the heritage area. (2) the utilization of the space Zone N2 directed to:.,, a. conservation culture;.,, b. the protection of the diversity of biota, ecosystem type, as well as the symptoms and the uniqueness of nature for the benefit of the protection of germplasm, research, and development of science and education; and, c. the development of educational and research activities, recreational and ecological tourism for the improvement of the quality of the surrounding environment, and protection from pollution.
.,, (3) use of space Zone N2 as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c should be able to maintain a protected function.
Article 27.,, (1) the utilization of the space Zone N1 as stipulated in article 25 paragraph (2) was carried out with how to preserve and restore the function Zones N1 as stipulated in article 25 paragraph (1).
.,, (2) use of space Zone N2 as stipulated in article 26 paragraph (2) was carried out by way of maintaining and restoring function Zone N2 as stipulated in article 26 paragraph (1).
Article 28.,, (1) the utilization of space in the protected area is restricted to activities that ensure no disruption of the function of protected areas.
.,, (2) the types of activities referred to in paragraph (1) are governed by legislation.
Article 29 the Government and local authorities in accordance with those powers undertake forest and land rehabilitation and afforestation in protected areas as stipulated in article 25 paragraph (1) with plant cover remain.

Article 30.,, (1) in the area of protected forest as stipulated in article 25 paragraph (1) letter a banned hosts:.,,.,, a. use of space that interferes with fertility, disturbing landscape and soil hydrological functions, durability, sustainability of flora and fauna, as well as the preservation of environmental functions; and/or, b.., activities that can lead to change and destruction against the integrity of the ecosystem and thus reduce/eliminate functions and extensive areas such as forest encroachment, the opening of the land, deforestation, and poaching protected wildlife.
.,, (2) in the area of resapan the water as stipulated in article 25 paragraph (1) letter b banned organizes activities that reduce absorption of soil to water.
.,, (3) in area with a slope of over 40% (forty per cent) as stipulated in article 25 paragraph (1) letter of the c banned hosts:

.,, a. felling plant;.,, b. activities of the building, except the buildings intended for a protected function improvement efforts; and/or c. excavation activities that result in disruption of the function of the protected area.
.,, (4) at the border of the River as stipulated in article 25 paragraph (1) letter d banned hosts:.,,.,, a. use of space that are disturbing, disturbing landscape of fertility and soil hydrological functions, durability and hidraulis, preservation of flora and fauna, as well as the preservation of environmental functions; b. utilization of & b. utilization of the results of the forest; and/or, c.., activities that are damaging the quality of the river water, the physical condition of the River Bank and river, as well as disrupting water flow.
.,, (5) at the border of the beach as stipulated in article 25 paragraph (1) letter e banned hosts:.,,.,, a. use of space that interferes with the landscape, except those intended for public interest that directly related to the marine ecosystem; b. utilization of space that disrupts the continuity of functions of the beach; and/or c. use of space that interfere with access to the area of the border of the beach.
.,, (6) in the area surrounding the Lake, reservoir, and there, as stipulated in article 25 paragraph (1) letter f banned hosts:.,,.,, a. use of space that are disturbing, disturbing landscape of fertility and soil hydrological functions, durability and hidraulis, preservation of flora and fauna, as well as the preservation of environmental functions; b. utilization of the results of the forest; and/or, c.., activities that cause a decrease in the quality of the water of the Lake, reservoir, and there, causing a decline in the physical condition of the area surrounding the Lake, reservoir, and there, as well as interfere with the discharge of water.
.,, (7) in the area around the Springs as stipulated in article 25 paragraph (1) of the letter g is banned organizing:.,,.,, a. use of space that are disturbing, disturbing landscape of fertility and soil hydrological functions, durability, sustainability of flora and fauna, as well as the preservation of environmental functions; b. utilization of the results of the forest; and/or, c.., activities that undermine the quality of the water, the physical condition of the surrounding area, and the catchment area concerned.
.,, (8) in the swamp as stipulated in article 25 paragraph (1) letter h prohibited conducts reclaiming and/or other use of space without any technical engineering to maintain the function of the swamp as a source of water and water retention areas.
.,, (9) in the coastal area of mangrove forests as stipulated in article 25 paragraph (1) letter i prohibited conduct the destruction of mangroves and/or organized use of space that disrupts the function of mangrove forests as a shaper of mangrove forest ecosystems and/or place berkembangbiaknya various sea life on the side as the protector of the coast from sea water as well as the removal of protective cultivation efforts surrounding it.
.,, (10) in the area of natural disaster-prone Geology as stipulated in article 25 paragraph (1) Letter j prohibited conducts development and/or other use of space without considering aspects of the geological hazard function to sustainability of the environment.
Article 31.,, (1) in the area of nature reserves and wildlife areas as stipulated in article 26 paragraph (1) letter a and letter b banned organized utilization of spaces and activities:.,, a. change the landscape and ecosystem type; and/or b. interfere with the conservation of flora, fauna, and biodiversity.
.,, (2) in the area of national parks as stipulated in article 26 paragraph (1) letter of the c banned hosts:.,,.,, a. use of space that are disturbing, disturbing landscape of fertility and soil hydrological functions, durability, sustainability of flora and fauna, as well as the preservation of environmental functions;
.,, b. activities that may result in changes to the integrity of the National Park's core zone, either reduce, eliminate functions and core zone, as well as adding other types of plants and animals that are not original; and/or, c.., activities that are incompatible with the function and utilization of other zones zones of the National Park.
.,, (3) in the Park area of the forest Kingdom as stipulated in article 26 paragraph (1) letter d are prohibited from organizing the utilization of space and/or activities:.,,.,, a. may damage or interfere with the collection of plants and animals that are either natural or artificial, that is original and not original; and/or, b.., disturbing landscape architecture for the purposes of tourism, the development of science, culture, and education.
.,, (4) in the area of children's nature tourism as stipulated in article 26 paragraph (1) letter e banned hosts:.,,.,, a. use of space that interferes with fertility, landforms and soil hydrological functions, durability, sustainability of flora and fauna, as well as the preservation of environmental functions; and/or, b.., activities incompatible with the functions of the other zone and utilization zones of nature tourism.
.,, (5) at the heritage area as referred to in article 26 paragraph (1) letter f banned hosts:.,,.,, a. activities damage the cultural wealth of the nation in the form of historical relics, archaeological, and building a national monument;
.,, b. utilization of spaces and activities that change the particular geological creations have high benefits for the development of science;
.,, c. the disturbing use of space environmental sustainability around the relics of history, archaeology, buildings and national monuments and areas of particular geological creations; and/or, d.., the utilization of the space of cultural preservation efforts disrupting the local community.
Article 32.,, (1) in the planning of protected areas designated protected areas with priority criteria as open green space conservation area, regional, and/or the area of resapan water. (2) the protected area of priority referred to in subsection (1) include the following:.,, a. coastal mangrove forests and marshes on the North Coast;

b.;

c. reservoirs;

d. Marsh;

e. protected forest areas; and f. area of resapan water and/or water retention.
.,, (3) the determination of the location of the protected areas of priority referred to in paragraph (1) that includes two or more regions designated by decision of the joint inter-regional routes.
.,, (4) the proportion of open green space in the urban city/public Area Jabodetabekpunjur least 20% (twenty percent) of the total area of each city/urban areas.
The fourth part of the management of the area of Cultivation Article 33.,, (1) B1 Zone referred to in article 11 paragraph (4) of the letter a is the zone with characteristics as the area has a high environmental support resources, infrastructure and service levels high, and means of building with high intensity, either vertically or horizontally.
.,, (2) B2 Zone referred to in article 11 paragraph (4) of the letter b is a zone with characteristics as the region has supported environmental resource and infrastructure service levels and means of being.
.,, (3) B3 Zone referred to in article 11 paragraph (2) Letter c is a zone with characteristics as the region has low environmental support resources, infrastructure and service levels are low, and the resapan water.
.,, (4) B4 Zones referred to in article 11 paragraph (4) the letter d is the zone with characteristics as the region has low environmental support power but lush and resapan is an area of water, as well as agricultural acreage is wetlands instead of technical and agricultural irrigation of dry land.
.,, (5) B5 Zones referred to in article 11 paragraph (4) of the letter e is a zone with characteristics as the area that has the fitness of the environment for agricultural cultivation and irrigation networks have technical.
.,, (6) the zone of B6 referred to in article 11 paragraph (4) of the letter f is a zone with characteristics as the region has low environmental support with power fitness for cultivation of the OUTBREAK and are tailored to the local regulations.
.,, (7) B7 Zones referred to in article 11 paragraph (4) of the letter g is the adjacent zones with zone N1 beach with a characteristic has a low environmental support resources, prone to sea-water intrusion, cartilage abrasion, with fitness for cultivation of the OUTBREAK and are tailored to the local regulations.
Article 34.,, (1) Zone P1, as stipulated in article 11 paragraph (5) the letter a is the zone of coastal waters that are dealing with zone N1 beach.
.,, (2) P2 Zones referred to in article 11 paragraph (1) letter b is a zone of coastal waters that are dealing with coastal Zone N1 has the potential for reclamation.
.,, (3) P3 Zones referred to in article 11 paragraph (2) Letter c is the zone of coastal waters that are dealing with coastal Zone B1.
.,, (4) P4 Zones referred to in article 11 paragraph (5) the letter d is the zone of coastal waters that are dealing with zone B2 beach.
.,, (5) P5 Zones referred to in article 11 paragraph (5) the letter e is the zone of coastal waters that are dealing with the zone of B6 and/or B7.
Article 35.,, (1) the utilization of the space Zone B1 as stipulated in article 33 paragraph (1) is directed to the dense residential housing, trade and services, as well as light industry nonpolutan and market-oriented, and functioned as a Center for the development of the economic activities of the flagship.
.,, (2) use of space on the B1 Zone as referred to in subsection (1) is carried out through the application of technical engineering with the adjustment coefficient awakened zone regulated further in the Regulatory area.
.,, (3) use of space on the B1 Zone as referred to in paragraph (1) which is situated on the northern shore of Jakarta can be done through rehabilitation and/or revitalization of the area.
Article 36.,, (1) the utilization of the space Zone B2 as stipulated in article 33 paragraph (2) is directed to residential housing, trade and services, labor intensive industries, and will serve as the area of the resapan water.

.,, (2) use of space on the B2 Zone as referred to in subsection (1) is carried out by means of a new housing development control and control of the area woke up by implementing technical and engineering zone the adjustment coefficient awakened is governed more by local regulations.
Article 37.,, (1) the utilization of the space Zone B3 as stipulated in article 33 paragraph (3) are directed to low-occupancy housing, agriculture, and to maintain the function of the resapan area of water.
.,, (2) the utilization of space in the Zone B3 referred to in subsection (1) is carried out by means of the construction of low-intensity land awakened by implementing technical and engineering zone the adjustment coefficient awakened is governed more by local regulations.
Article 38, (1) the utilization of the space Zone B4 as stipulated in article 33 paragraph (4) was directed to low occupancy housing, agriculture, wetlands, dry land farming, forestry, fishery, animal husbandry, agro-industries, and forest production in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
.,, (2) use of space in Zone B4 as referred to in subsection (1) is carried out by means of the construction of low-intensity land awakened by implementing technical and engineering implementation of agricultural cultivation activities wetlands, dry land, forestry, fisheries, animal husbandry, agro-industries, and forest production with appropriate technology and the adjustment coefficient wakes up zones governed more by local regulations.
Article 39.,, (1) the utilization of the space Zone B5 as stipulated in article 33 paragraph (5) is directed to the agricultural wetlands irrigated technical.
.,, (2) use of space in the zone of B5 as referred to in subsection (1) is carried out by means of intensification of agriculture wetlands with appropriate technology.
Article 40.,, (1) the utilization of the space Zone B6 as stipulated in article 33 paragraph (6) is directed to the neighborhood and amenities and/or buffer Zone N1 function.
.,, (2) use of space in the zone of B6 referred to in subsection (1) is carried out through technical engineering with the highest coefficient wakes up zones of 50% (fifty percent).
Article 41.,, (1) the utilization of the space Zone B7 as stipulated in article 33 paragraph (7) is directed to the neighborhood and amenities, a guard and a buffer Zone N1 function, as well as serve as flood control especially with the application of the system of the polder.
.,, (2) use of space on the B7 Zone as referred to in subsection (1) is carried out through technical engineering with the highest coefficient zone woke up 40% (forty per cent).
Article 42.,, (1) the utilization of the space Zone P1, as stipulated in article 34 paragraph (1) is carried out through the efforts of keeping the Zone N1 from any form of pressure and interference from outside and/or from inside the zone, in particular in preventing abrasion, sea water intrusion, pollution, and damage from the sea which may result in changes to the integrity and/or change the function Zones N1.
.,, (2) use of space Zone P2 as stipulated in article 34 paragraph (2) was carried out through the efforts of:.,,.,, a. keep Zone N1 from any form of pressure and interference from outside and/or from inside the zone, in particular in preventing abrasion, sea water intrusion, pollution, and damage from the sea which may result in changes to the integrity and/or change the function Zones N1; and, b.., conducting reclamation awoke the zone by a coefficient is highest 40% (forty percent) and/or construction of buildings on the water gradually by remaining mindful of its function, with the distance from the lowest point of low tide at least 200 (two hundred) metres up to the line connecting the outermost points shows the depths of the sea 8 (eight), and taking into account the characteristics of the environment.
.,, (3) use of space Zone P3 as stipulated in article 34 paragraph (3) was carried out through the efforts of:.,,.,, a. keep function Zone B1 with does not cause abrasion to the beach and do not interfere with the function of hydroelectric Center, estuaries, and marine traffic lanes and cruise; and, b. conducting reclamation gradually with fixed pay attention to its functions, with the distance from the lowest point of low tide at least 300 (three hundred) meters up to a line connecting the outermost points shows the depths of the sea 8 (eight) metres, except on sites that are engineering technology allows the distance can be minimized, and taking into account the characteristics of the environment, sea traffic lanes and cruise, and port.
.,, (4) use of space Zone P4 as stipulated in article 34 paragraph (4) is carried out through the efforts of:.,,.,, a. keep function Zone B2 with no cause abrasion of the beach, not to interfere with the functions of power generation, and doesn't interfere with the mouth of the River, the sea lanes of traffic and shipping, fishery business people; and, b. conducting reclamation gradually with distance from the lowest point of low tide at least 200 (two hundred) metres up to the line connecting the outermost points shows the depths of the sea 8 (eight) and taking into account the characteristics of the environment.
.,, (5) use of space Zone P5 as stipulated in article 34 paragraph (5) was implemented through the efforts of:.,,.,, a. keep function Zone B6 B7 Zone and/or with no cause abrasion to the beach and do not interfere with the River estuary, sea traffic lanes and cruise the fishing effort, the people; and, b. conducting reclamation gradually with the highest coefficient zone woke up 45% (forty five percent) with the distance from the lowest point of low tide at least 200 (two hundred) metres to the line connecting the outermost points shows the depths of the sea 8 (eight) and taking into account the characteristics of the environment.
Article 43 agricultural Area irrigated wetlands technically banned dialihfungsikan for other activities.

Article 44.,, (1) In Zone B1 and B2 as referred to in article 35 and article 36 banned:.,,.,, a. build industries that pollute the environment and extensive use of ground water; and/or, b.., add and/or expand the industry as stated on the letter a in the Subdistrict, Cimanggis Subdistrict, Subdistrict, and the mountain of Cibinong's daughter.
.,, (2) in the zone B3, B4, and B5 as stipulated in article 37, article 38 and article 39 prohibited conduct development:.,, a. reducing acreage productive agriculture and nature tours;

b. reduce power resap water; and/or c. changing landscapes.
.,, (3) in the zone of B6 and B7 as referred to in article 40 and article 41 prohibited conduct development that may interfere with or damage the function of the environment, housing and settlements, tourism, building, water resources, natural resources and the conservation of biodiversity and the ecosystem.
.,, (4) development activities are allowed in the zone of B6 and B7 is done based on the results of the in-depth study and comprehensive and after receiving the recommendations of the Chairman of the duties and functions of the national spatial coordinate.
Article 45 Utilization spaces P2 Zone as referred to in article 42 paragraph (2) for cultivation activities implemented based on the results of the in-depth study and comprehensive and after receiving the recommendations of the Chairman of the duties and functions of the national spatial coordinate.

Article 46.,, (1) in the planning area of cultivation cultivation areas of priorities defined by the following criteria:.,,.,, a. high accessibility features that are supported by an adequate transport infrastructure;
.,, b. has the potential to provide a strategic advantage in the social and economic development;
.,, c. have an impact on the development of regional, national, and international; and d. have investment opportunities that yield high value. (2) the cultivation Area of priority referred to in subsection (1) include the following:.,, a. border interregional area;

b. technical irrigated agricultural areas;

c. critical watersheds;., d., the central economic activity that includes the center of trading activity and the center of industrial activity; e. the area around airports; and f. the area around sea ports.
.,, (3) the determination of the location of the cultivation area of priority referred to in paragraph (1) that includes two or more regions designated by decision of the joint inter-regional routes.
Article 47 of the pattern space area referred to in article 11 are depicted in the map structure and the pattern of the District Jabodetabekpunjur Room with a scale of 1:50,000 maps as listed in Annex III which is an integral part of this Regulation of the President.

Article 48.,, (1) N Zone room Utilization, zone B, and P Zones are set further by the Government and local governments in accordance with their respective authority to pay attention to:.,, a. detailed spatial plans;

b. Regulation of zoning; and c. technical requirements.
.,, (2) Setting by the Government and local authorities as referred to in paragraph (1) was organized through the coordination of the Government and the local government system.
.,, (3) the right of management in the utilization of the space Zone P2, P3, P4 zone, Zone, and zone P5 given to local governments in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
Chapter V CONTROL of LANDING SPACE UTILIZATION AREAS Article 49.,, (1) the spatial plan of the province/district/city which is in the Jabodetabekpunjur must be adjusted to the Spatial Plan of the area of Jabodetabekpunjur.
.,, (2) the spatial plan of the area as referred to in paragraph (1) was elaborated further in the detailed plan set out by the regulations of the regional Spatial Plan for implementing Jabodetabekpunjur Area equipped with regulation of zoning.

.,, (3) the preparation of a detailed plan and zoning Bylaw referred to in subsection (2) is based on natural conservation index and actual conservation index.
.,, (4) natural conservation Index and actual conservation index used to determine the allocation of the use of space which includes settlements, open green space, offices, and agricultural activities; envelope space that includes a basic green space coefficient, KDB, OUTBREAK, and the border of the building; and engineering technology is required.
.,, (5) preparation of detailed plan as referred to in paragraph (2) was carried out in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
Article 50 of the provincial Government, local government, and local government district/city Spatial Plan, popularized the Area Jabodetabekpunjur and detailed spatial plans referred to in Article 49 paragraph (2) in accordance with its respective.

Article 51 Control utilization of spaces organized as an effort to bring about an orderly spatial zoning regulations designation, through licensing, granting of incentives and disincentives, as well as the imposition of sanctions.

Article 52.,, (1) control of the use of space as stipulated in article 51 also organized in the framework of the completion of the administration of land.
.,, (2) completion of the administration of land referred to in subsection (1) is carried out in the applicant or the holder of the rights to the land or its power requirements using and utilizing the land in accordance with the spatial plan.
.,, (3) the terms of use and exploit the land referred to in subsection (2) is a whole process in organizing the administration of land.
Article 53.,, (1) use of space Control exercised by the bupati/walikota under the directive and the recommendation of the Governor by involving community participation.
.,, (2) control of the use of space in the region Jakarta was carried out by the Governor of the province of Jakarta by involving community participation.
.,, (3) use of space control Coordination is done by the Governor of each region.
.,, (4) in carrying out the coordination control of the use of space, the Governor consults with the Minister.
.,, (5) the Governor delivered a report on the implementation of the control of the use of space on a regular basis to the President through the Minister.
.,, (6) Control the utilization of the space was held in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
Article 54 of the regulation of zoning is the use of space control guidelines drawn up on the basis of detailed spatial plan for each zone the utilization of space.

Article 55.,, (1) any use of space must get permission to use of space in accordance with the detailed plan zoning regulations and space that has been set.
.,, (2) use of space Permit referred to in subsection (1) is set by the Government and local governments according to their respective authority in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
Article 56 in the implementation of space utilization, so that use of space in accordance with the plan of spatial locality, incentives and/or disincentives as stipulated in article 51 adopted by the Government and/or regional Governments in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.

Article 57 the imposition of sanctions as stipulated in article 51 is intended for:.,, a. sweeping action against the use of space that is not in accordance with the spatial plans and zoning regulations; and b. return the function spaces through the rehabilitation and revitalization of the area.

Article 58.,, (1) the rehabilitation and revitalization of the area referred to in Article 57 letter b is part of the Act regulate or re-arrange the utilization of land and buildings which are not in accordance with the detailed plan zoning regulations and space that has been set.
.,, (2) the implementation of rehabilitation and the revitalization of the area carried out by the Government and/or regional Governments in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
.,, (3) rehabilitation and the revitalization of the area referred to in Article 57 letter b prioritized on protected areas in Ciawi, district and Sub-district Megamendung, Cisarua Bogor regency and in the Pacet Subdistrict, Cugenang, Sukaresmi, district and sub-district of Cipanas in Cianjur, as well as in other locations that are defined on the basis of a decision of the joint inter-regional routes.
CHAPTER VI SUPERVISION AREA SPACE UTILIZATION Article 59.,, (1) the supervision of the use of space is organized through monitoring, evaluation, and reporting against the utilization of space.
.,, (2) activities of monitoring, evaluation, and reporting as referred to in paragraph (1) was held continuously by the Government and local authorities.
.,, (3) in implementing the supervision referred to in subsection (1), the Government and local authorities to involve public participation.
Article 60 monitoring activities against the utilization of space in the area of Jabodetabekpunjur is done with conditions:.,, a. monitoring performed well against activities in protected areas as well as in the area of cultivation with attention to conformity with the spatial plans;
.,, b. monitoring activities of cultivation that is in protected areas and wetlands agricultural areas is done by observing the level of reliance against a predefined function;
.,, c. monitoring is done by the head lurah, camat villages, Regent/Mayor, Governor, and Secretary; and, d.., monitoring is an effort or deed to observe, supervise, and examine carefully the changes of spatial and environmental quality that is not in accordance with the spatial plan.
Article 61.,, (1) the activities of the evaluation of the utilization of space in the region Jabodetabekpunjur conducted by:.,, a. village chief/head against the reports submitted by the public;., b., head towards the report delivered by the village chief/head and/or the community;
.,, c. bupati/walikota against a report presented by the camat, village chief/head and/or the community;
.,, d. Governor against a report presented by the bupati/walikota, camat, village chief/head, and/or the community; and, e. the Minister's response to the report presented by the Governor, bupati/walikota, camat, village chief/head, and/or the community.
.,, (2) evaluation of Activities undertaken on the basis of the results of the monitoring and reporting activities in accordance with their needs and problems addressed.
.,, (3) evaluation of Activities carried out to assess the progress of the use of space activities in the area of Jabodetabekpunjur.
.,, (4) the evaluation of the Activities carried out in order to make use of space in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
Article 62.,, (1) reporting use of Space Activities in the area of Jabodetabekpunjur is done with conditions:.,,.,, a. progress report the utilization of space in the area of Jabodetabekpunjur was carried out through periodic reporting and tiered starts from the head lurah, camat villages, Regent/Mayor, Governor up to the Minister; b. the report comes with the material of the report IE:.,, 1) physical development;., .2) the granting of development, recognition, cancellation, revocation, transfer, transition, improved, extension, amalgamation, and separation as well as other land rights changes;
., 105.4) developmental changes in the function and utilization of the space and permission to erect the building; 4) issues that need to be overcome; and 5) the problems that will arise and need to be anticipated.
.,, c. report is information objectively appropriate or not in accordance with the spatial plans; and d. the report can either be input from the community.
.,, (2) further Provisions regarding the procedures for reporting as referred to in subsection (1) is controlled by a regulation of the Minister.
CHAPTER VII INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS, the role of the community, and the CONSTRUCTION of the first part of article 63 Institutional Coordinating technical spatial area of Jabodetabekpunjur as a national strategic areas undertaken by the Minister.

Article 64 the institutional Coordination and policy of interregional cooperation in the area of Jabodetabekpunjur is done and/or facilitated by the interregional cooperation.

The second part of article 65 of the community role of the participation of the community as referred to in article 10 paragraph (4), article 20 paragraph (4), section 22 subsection (1), article 11 paragraph (4), article 24 paragraph (4) of article 53, paragraph (1) and paragraph (2), and article 59 paragraph (3) is carried out in accordance with the conditions of the local community and having regard to the provisions of the legislation.

The third part of the construction of article 66.,, (1) Coaching is an effort improve the spatial area of Jabodetabekpunjur organized by the Government and the local government.
.,, (2) the construction of the spatial area of Jabodetabekpunjur organized by the Government to the local authorities was carried out in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
.,, (3) the execution of the construction of the spatial area of Jabodetabekpunjur organized by the local governments do to society in each territory.
.,, (4) Implementation (4) & Implementation coaching related to interests of cross-provincial/district/city in the Jabodetabekpunjur organized and/or facilitated by the interregional cooperation.
CHAPTER VIII miscellaneous PROVISIONS Article 67 spatial area that borders the District Jabodetabekpunjur exercised having regard to the aims and objectives as referred to in article 2.

Article 68.,, (1) a period of Spatial Plan area of Jabodetabekpunjur referred to in article 9 is 20 (twenty) years and reviewed one (1) times within 5 (five) years.

.,, (2) In certain strategic environmental conditions associated with large scale natural disasters that are set by legislation and/or change the boundaries of the administrative province and/or territory of kabupaten/kota that are set by law, Spatial Plan area of Jabodetabekpunjur can be reviewed more than 1 (one) time within 5 (five) years.
CHAPTER IX TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS Article 69 (1) with the entry into force of this regulation of the President, then:.,,.,, a. permit the utilization of space on each of the areas that have been issued and were in accordance with the provisions of this regulation of the President continue to apply in accordance with the validity period;
.,, b. permit the utilization of spaces that have been issued but are not in accordance with the provisions of this regulation of the President:.,,.,, 1) which has not been implemented for the development of a related permission matched with detailed plans in the areas of function space defined by local government based on the Rule of President;
., 3, 2) to the already implemented its construction, use of space done up related permit expires and the adjustment is done by applying a technical engineering functions in accordance with the detailed plan in the area of spatial zoning and regulations set by local government based on the Rule of President; and, 3) to the already implemented its construction and not allow it to apply the technical engineering functions in accordance with the detailed plan in the area of spatial zoning and regulations set by local government based on this presidential Regulation, consent has been published and can be cancelled against losses incurred as a result of the cancellation of such permits can be given a decent replacement;
.,, c. utilization space permissions is up and not in accordance with the rules of this adjustment is done with the President's functions detailed in the plan area spatial zoning and regulations set by local government based on the Rule of President;
.,, d. utilization of space in the area of Jabodetabekpunjur which was held without a permit are determined as follows:.,,.,, 1) who contravenes the provisions of this regulation of the President, the corresponding space utilization ditertibkan and adapted to function in areas of detailed spatial plans and zoning regulations set by local government based on the Rule of President;
., 3, 2) that in accordance with the provisions of this regulation of the President, accelerated to get the necessary permissions;
.,, e. society that ruled the land based on indigenous rights and/or rights over land in accordance with the provisions of the legislation, which is due to the Spatial Plan of the area of this Jabodetabekpunjur it is used is not appropriate anymore, then the solution is regulated in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
.,, (2) all the spatial plan areas and/or detailed plan zoning regulations the following space has not been established, the Spatial Plan of the Region used Jabodetabekpunjur as a reference for the granting of the permit utilization of space.
Article 70 at startup the enactment of this Regulation of the President, all the rules of implementation of:.,, a. Presidential Decree Number 114 in 1999 about the Spatial area of Bogor-Cianjur-Summit;
.,, b. Presidential Decree No. 1 of 1997 about the Jonggol District Development Coordination as a Self-contained City;
.,, c. Presidential Decree Number 52 in 1995 about the Reclamation of Jakarta's North Coast; and, d. Presidential Decree Number 73 in 1995 about Beach reclamation Kapuk Naga, Tangerang remains valid along does not conflict and have not replaced by a new implementation of the regulation in accordance with the rules of this President.

Article 71 of the regulation with the introduction of the President:.,, a. local regulations about spatial plan area of the province, local regulations regarding spatial plans of counties/cities, and local regulations about detailed plan zoning regulations the following spatial existing stated remains valid as long it does not conflict with the regulations of the President; and, b.., local regulations about spatial layout plan of the province, local regulations regarding spatial plans of counties/cities, and local regulations about detailed plan zoning regulations the following spatial as stated on the letter a customized and defined at least 2 (two) years counted since this presidential Regulation came into force.
Article 72 this regulation of the President with the introduction:.,, a. Presidential Decree Number 114 in 1999 about the Spatial area of Bogor-Cianjur-Summit;
.,, b. Presidential Decree No. 1 of 1997 about the Jonggol District Development Coordination as a Self-contained City;
.,, c. Presidential Decree Number 52 in 1995 about Reclaiming the North Coast Jakarta, all related to spatial; and, d. Presidential Decree Number 73 in 1995 about Beach reclamation Kapuk Naga Tangerang, all related to spatial, stated does not apply.

CHAPTER X PROVISIONS of article 73 of the regulation COVER this President comes into force on the date specified.

.,, Set in Jakarta on August 12, 2008 The PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA Dr. h. SUSILO BAMBANG YUDHOYONO