MINISTRY OF NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLANNING

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NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLANNING AGENCY

NATIONAL URBAN DEVELOPMENT POLICY
DIRECTORATE OF URBAN AND RURAL AFFAIRS
MINISTRY OF NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLANNING/BAPPENAS

Oktober 2015

81 20 40.77 Percentage(%) 71.23 20.37 70 79.89 60 67.39 30 51.34 28.63 0 2005 2010 2015 2020 2025 2030 2035 2040 2045 Source: BPS.84 50 59.16 32.11 10 24.61 45.74 17.75% per year 90 average national population growth of 1.35 54.17% / 80 year) 82. 2014 Year Urban Population Percentage Rural Population Percentage 2025: 68% population will live 2045: 82 % population will live in in cities cities .65 36. URBANIZATION IN INDONESIA Urban Population growth rate of 2.66 63.19 40 48.26 75.

2014 . 1950–2050 Source: United Nations. PROJECTION OF GLOBAL URBAN AND RURAL POPULATION Urban and Rural Population of the World.

5 times to 6 billion. UN in coastal areas. increasing their vulnerability to storm surges and sea level rise. adding an estimated 70 million new residents to urban areas each year With more than 80 percent of global GDP generated in cities. Over 90 percent of urban growth is occurring in the developing world. Urban Rural Almost half a billion urban residents live Source: WUP 2014. Cities consume close to two-thirds of the world’s energy and account for more than 70 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions.worldbank.org/en/topic/urbandevelopment/overview#1 . the number of people living in Population in 2014 cities will increase by 1. Source: http://www. GLOBAL URBAN POPULATION By 2045. adding 2 billion more urban residents.

DISCREPANCY BETWEEN URBAN AREAS AND BETWEEN REGION Discrepancy variables: • Economic Growth • Urban services provision Reason : •Growth of big cities and metropolitan areas still focused on Western part of Indonesia •Growth of medium sized and small cities (town) focused on Eastern part of Indonesia .

GLOBAL ISSUES OF URBAN DEVELOPMENT URBAN SERVICE STANDARD MEGA URBAN IN BIG ISLAND CITIES EARLY FINANCING WARNING SYSTEM RESILIENT – GREEN URBAN DISASTER URBAN DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT MITIGATION AND URBAN AND FINANCING SMART CITIES MANAGEMENT ISSUES STANDARD AND CITIES PROCEDURES MANAGEMENT SUSTAINABLE HOUSING FOR URBAN LOWER INCOME INFRASRUCTURE .

DISTRIBUTION OF CITIES IN INDONESIA .

New Urban Agenda will focus on policies and strategies to take advantage of urbanization effectively. NEW URBAN AGENDA • Theme : Transformative Power of Urbanization. • Key elements to consider: – National Urban Policies – Regulation in Urban Governance – Urban Economic • Operational Factors to optimize urbanization – Urban Planning – Local Fiscal System – Urban Service Standard Invesment .

SUSTAINABLE AND COMPETITIVE FUTURE URBAN AND CITY CONCEPT OF INDONESIA 2015-2045 5 Pilars of Sustainable And Competitive Future Urban And City Concept Livable City Green and Resilient Smart and City Competitive City Strong Neighboorhoods Green Openspace Smart Economy Walkable Green Waste Smart People Affordable Green Transportation Smart Governance Comfortable Green Water Smart Mobility Cultural Green Energy Smart Environment Connectivity Green Building Smart Living Resilience Improving Urban-Rural Linkage and Building City and Urban Identity National Cities System .

National Urban Development Road Map 2015-2045 SUSTAINABLE CITIES 100% indicators achieved for SMART AND 2015 – 2045 COMPETITIVE CITIES Linkages between 2045 achieved for all cities cities and urban-rural areas within National Urban System 2015 – 2025 Fulfillment of Urban 2035 100% indicators for Services and 100% GREEN CITIES achieved indicators for urban for all cities governance achieved for all cities 2025 Fulfillment of Urban Services Standards (SPP) as well as 2015 LIVABLE CITIES Baseline .

National Sustainable aspects Urban Development NEW URBAN AGENDA Policies and Sustainable Urban Planning Cities with Urban Service 2. Sustainable Urban Standards Governance and Local fulfilling intervention Fiscal System 3. PLATFORM TO ACHIEVE SUSTAINABLE URBAN DEVELOPMENT Future Cities: Future Cities Principle: Cities with Sustainable Cities Consider all various aspects progressive Better including SDG’s intervention Key Element Condition in all 1. Fufill Sustainable Urban Service Standard towards Cities Sustainable Standard without 4. Provide sustainable Urban CITIES IN Interventi Performance Indictors to INDONESIA on guide action plan for every steps to achieve sustainable urban Time Existing Future .

PILOT 3. Balikpapan. Tarakan. Urban Green Growth (OECD): Bandung Nasional 5. Urban Nexus (GIZ): Tanjung Pinang dan Pekanbaru Denpasar 11.KSPPN: II. Urban LEDS (ICLEI) : Tangerang Selatan. DPK: Survey City Urban Instrument of Data City Map City Website DATA & CITY Profile Buletin Procession PUBLICATION . 6. 8. NUDP: Providing Map and Infrastructure New institutional. dan 10. Improvement of Urban Management and Governance Urban 2. Bogor. NATIONAL URBAN DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK SUSTAINABLE CITY 2045 I. and urban financing to Local Governments Spatial Planning Sustainable City Development Town Development PROGRAM 1. Banjarmasin. dan Medan Balikpapan 2. dan Surabaya Tangerang dan Palu 4. Component 2 : Technical Assistance Component 3 : Infrastructure Component 5 : 3. Pare-Pare. Resilience Cities (WB): Padang Panjang. Denpasar. Probolinggo. Kendari. Smart Cities (GIZ): Palangkaraya (TBD) 9. Development of Livable City VI. IKB: Urban Social and System Public Environment Culture Economy Institution INSTRUMEN Services OF MONEV Component 1 : Component 4 : Preparation of policy. PDF & MDF (CDIA. Sister Cities (CDIA & Kemendagri): Surakarta Tarakan. Development of Green and Resilient City (NUS) 1. Implemen of National Urban System IV.dan Bontang Aplication 5. KSPPD (WB): Sabang. To accelerate of Urban Service V. Malang. WB & Kementerian Keuangan): Skala PROJECT 4. City Planning Lab (WB): Surabaya. dan 7. Development of Smart and Competitive POLICY AND Standard City REGULATION III. Green Cities (ADB): Batam. Cities Facilitation (CDIA): Semarang.

NATIONAL URBAN DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM : LOGFRAME AND PROGRAM CYCLE LOCAL GOVERNMENT NUDP COMPONENT: Regional Development Program 1. The absence of future city development planning Stragic and Priority Program COMPONENT 3 : 4. City’s strategic issues 5. To achieve priority urban National Level NUDP IMPLENENTATION 4. development program which is Sustainable City 2. 3. COMPONENT 2 : green and resilient city. institutional. Limited ability and resource of urban development fund (budget COMPONENT 4: 1. Development Evaluation. City vision and mission 2. Stakeholders participation on development target in RPJMN 2015 – urban development . Preparing future city wich is livable . also smart Technical Assistance to and competitive city. Policy. National development COMPONENT 5 : program. and Midterm Planning (RPJMD) urban financing at 1. Low capacity of local government to Providing Map and understanding of concepts and Spatial Planning implementation of future city 5. City Baseline COMPONENT 1 : 3. Local Governments 3. Instrument of Monitoring and integrated between inter-sectors. Strategy and constraint) The absence urban Infrastructure Regulation. Infrastructure New Urban Development Facilitation Town Development NATIONAL GOVERNMENT . Regional Developmeny Policy. 2019. 2.

GREEN CITY AND RESILIENT CITIES RESILIENT 2. CREATIVE AND AND MANAGEMENT STANDART HERITAGE FULFILLMENT . POLICY PROGRAM PRIORITY INTERCITY STANDARD TO FACILITATION COOPERATION. LIVABLE CITY – MINIMUM URBAN 1. PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION TOWARD SUSTAINABLE URBAN DEVELOPMENT (2015 – 2019 ON WARD) PREPARATION OF REGULATION :  SUSTAINABLE URBAN DEVELOPMENT POLICY  SUSTAINABLE URBAN MANAGEMENT  SUSTAINABLE URBAN STANDARD CITIES FACILITATION URBAN PROGRAMS WITH DEVELOPMENT NATIONAL URBAN CITY INNOVATION THROUGH NATIONAL PARTNER/DONOR DEVELOPMENT TOWARD GOVERNMENT AND URBAN PROGRAM (NUDP) SUSTAINABLE CITY BUDGET INSTITUTION/ ASSOCIATION 1. SMART AND COMPETITIVE CITIES COMPETITIVE CITY 3. URBAN DEVELOPMENT MINIMUM SERVICE 4. CAPACITY BUILDING SMART AND 3. SUSTAINABLE REPLICATION GREEN AND 2.

Surakarta to develop urban infrastructure and program. infrastructure. . CDIA : TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE ESTIMATED BACKGROUND KEY ACTIVITIES EXPECTED OUTPUT LOCATION PILOT PROJECT In order to implement policy on 1. Denpasar sustianable city. document of city between city 5. and 7. Tangerang sthrengthening institutional capacity infrastructure development plan 6.Probolinggo KEY PARTNER 2. Technical 1. alterative investment 9. Urban development partner. Kupang 1. Yogyakarta bankable program in medium sized 2. 10. develop urban 12. Linking to implemetation of 8. Palembang cooperation with CDIA. Provide Technical 1.Surabaya 2. Semarang cities. investment project and linking those city with potential donors 3. Banda Aceh national medium trem planning assistance to assistance to 2. Palu financing. Local government. Balikpapan (RPJMN 2015 – 2019) and to develop preparing medium sized city 3. Bappenas in technical to bridge the gap 4. Identify and 11. Prioritazing and programing of city infrastructure investment.

Risk zonning Guideline 1. Urban upgrading Document and 2. Palu (RPJMN 2015 – 2019) and to develop investment Technical 3. suitable with local developement plan. Denpasar. 2. Urban development partner. policy about resilient to respond on adaptation and city into technical mitigation of disater and climate procedure which is change. Urban Ecosystem Assistance for 4. . Balikpapan sustianable city. rehabilitation translation national 5. KEY PARTNER 1. Palembang national medium trem planning 2. cooperation with World Bank. Local government. WORLD BANK : RESILIENT CITY PROGRAM ESTIMATED BACKGROUND KEY ACTIVITIES EXPECTED OUTPUT LOCATION PILOT PROJECT In order to implement policy on 1. Pontianak sthrengthening institutional capacity management. Bappenas in 3.

Malang sustianable city. Medan national medium trem planning plan. towards green city change. 4. Innovative Technical 3. project in cities KEY PARTNER 1. 2. Urban institutional and local to respond on adaptation and management development plan mitigation of disater and climate partnership. Local government. Green city action Guideline 1. ADB : GREEN CITY PROGRAM LOCATION PILOT BACKGROUND KEY ACTIVITIES EXPECTED OUTPUT PROJECT In order to implement policy on 1. Batam (RPJMN 2015 – 2019) and to develop 2. Bappenas in financing Assistance for 4. Urban development partner. strengthening sthrengthening institutional capacity 3. Kendari cooperation with World Bank. Small scale pilot development. Document and 2. mechanisms. .

2. Tanjung Pinang disciplinary approach as well as government/ planning integrated urban effective and dynamic officers planning. Providing technical 1. Local government. Development synergies in action. Project development. feed the Bappenas on the basis experiences gained of the “National Urban at the local level into Development Policies a regional dialogue and Strategies 2015 - and learning platform 2045” and “National to achieve a pooling Midterm Planning of knowledge and the 2015 – 2019”. capacities (both institutional and personnel) for integrated urban resources management in selected Indonesia cities . 3. governance. Support selected 1. and implementation of management in KEY PARTNER nexus initiatives collaboration with 1. advice to municipal Indonesian cities in 2. GIZ : NEXUS PROGRAM LOCATION PILOT BACKGROUND KEY ACTIVITIES EXPECTED OUTPUT PROJECT The need for integrated 1. potential for 2. Pekanbaru planning requires a multi.

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