Metode Konsolidasi Tanah untuk Pengadaan Tanah yang Partisipasif dan Penataan Ruang yang Terpadu. Ida Nurlinda. Journal article Ius Quia Iustum Law. 1) This peer reviewed paper was presented at the FIG Working Week in Christchurch, New Zealand, May This paper takes a closer look at the. Metode Konsolidasi Tanah untuk Pengadaan Tanah yang Partisipasif dan Penataan Ruang yang Terpadu.


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This paper takes a closer look at the post-disaster re-development plan for urban areas, with a particular focus on reconsolidating historical social memory and preservation of konsolidasi tanah. This is done using two well-documented cases of urban disasters: Consequently, a post-disaster re-development plan may need to rely on different land consolidation approaches.

An associated dilemma is to re-establish the konsolidasi tanah area in its original formal shape, or to innovate the urban design partially or completely. An important consideration in the allocation of new land and konsolidasi tanah rights is whether to restitute former rights or allocate new rights.


Participation of former residents and firm owners alongside overcoming the immense social trauma are crucial elements of this process. The aim is to derive new land consolidation optimization criteria which could support urban post disaster konsolidasi tanah consolidation. The guiding hypothesis hereby is that consolidation of memory and identity are two important aspects which need to be incorporated in land consolidation design and implementation procedures in order to ensure ownership of the consolidation result and to help overcoming the social trauma.

Land consolidation theory has primarily been rooted in agricultural economics and land management. The concept of optimization during the consolidation processes can however be critically konsolidasi tanah from the perspective of social disaster mitigation experiences.

In this body of literature it is argued that the return to daily life after a disaster requires both a sufficient acknowledgement konsolidasi tanah humans tend to want to re-install historically known artefacts in order konsolidasi tanah be able to reintegrate into regular new social routines.

This is summarized by the concepts of memory consolidation and preservation of identity.

Post Disaster Consolidation of Land, Memory and Identity

These concepts provide an analytical way to question contemporary urban land consolidation konsolidasi tanah. Two relatively recent specific cases were used to assess the degree to which elements of memory consolidation and identity preservation are incorporated in post disaster land consolidation: These konsolidasi tanah were chosen because sufficient documentation has been collected, and it was still possible to acquire additional data from konsolidasi tanah who had experienced both the previous and post disaster situation.

Both cases exhibited considerable attention for the simultaneous processes of reconstruction and participation in the land consolidation processes.


Participation is often framed as a process which konsolidasi tanah to be stimulated during a technical land consolidation and reconstruction process.

In some instances it is however an endogenous social process whereby citizens claim ownership of the process prior to the technical reconstruction. Where conventional consolidation approaches in rural areas tend to emphasize the need to optimize agricultural production or environmental protection, optimization indicators in post disaster consolidation need to be adapted.

Especially procedures and tools to incorporate memory consolidation and identity preservation need to be incorporated. konsolidasi tanah

Metode Konsolidasi Tanah untuk Pengadaan Tanah yang Partisipasif dan Penataan Ruang yang Terpadu

This can be done theoretically, but still requires further research and actual implementation experiences into how to consolidate that into current institutional procedures and operational software packages.

Besides the natural disasters there is also an increase in mand-made disasters, usually due to an increase in traditional hazards such as fires konsolidasi tanah explosions, or due to human konsolidasi tanah, terrorism, war, human errors, irresponsible settlement or mismanagement in planning.

Both natural and man-made disasters manifest themselves with loss of lives and usually severe loss of buildings. Sustainable reconstruction after disasters takes place when the immediate threat of the disaster event has disappeared. In this phase there is an urgent need to rehabilitate livelihoods, reconstruct buildings and infrastructure and re- allocate land and building rights.

Here, spatial planners, land managers, architects and civil engineers play a crucial role. For both types of disaster a key characteristic of urban disasters is that they - konsolidasi tanah the loss of lives and severe destruction of buildings - are accompanied a konsolidasi tanah of access to land and real estate property.

In the process of reconstruction, a post-disaster re-development plan may needs to rely on different land consolidation approaches.


Not only may previous owners and occupants of land and buildings have died as a result konsolidasi tanah the disaster or do the buildings no longer exist as a result of which reallocation of ownership konsolidasi tanah be necessaryalso the entire infrastructure may prevent the immediate reconstruction of the area in exactly the same shape.