Making Benefits in Implementation of the Housing and Residential Policy in the City of Makassar
Keywords:Benefits, Policy Implementation, Housing and Settlement Areas
As one of the big cities in Indonesia, Makassar City also experiences problems in the housing sector and residential areas, the high demand for housing which continues to grow from year to year while the land carrying capacity does not increase causing the housing backlog number to increase every year, Law Number 1 of 2011 concerning housing and residential areas is a policy that is expected to solve the dynamic problem of housing and settlement needs through a package of programs and activities, this study aims to understand the form and benefits obtained through the implementation of housing and settlement policies in the city of Makassar using a perspective Grindel, the research method used is a qualitative descriptive method that aims to explore and find implementation performance as an authentic situation and present it through the data analysis process. The housing and settlement policy in the city of Makassar has realized benefits to policy targets, including benefits for the availability of housing for low-income people, further benefits for improving the quality of the environment in slum areas, as well as benefits for the availability of infrastructure, facilities and public utilities in the area of community settlements.
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