MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 101, 2017Sriwijaya International Conference on Engineering, Science and Technology (SICEST 2016)
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|Published online||09 March 2017|
Typology of accessibility between planned and unplanned settlement
Architecture Department-Mercu Buana University, 11650 South Meruya-West Jakarta, Indonesia
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The development of physical boundaries in real estate created by developers has experienced changes that are dependent on time and environmental conditions of the vicinity. This also applies to the access of communities settled within the surrounding area into real estate. This study aims to describe the typology of accessibility of surrounding settlements (unplanned settlement) transitioning into a real estate environment (planned settlement) in South Tangerang, by using case studies of Bintaro Jaya real estate. The research method is done through surveys and interviews by individuals who understand the development process of access and the existing boundaries. Typology of accessibility will be described by using two variables, namely, whether or not there is access and its conditions. The results show that there are four types of access namely: access is planned and integrated within the existing; access is planned, but less integrated within the existing; access is made by dismantling most of the boundary; and no access. Although several typologies of accessibility can result in conflicts, yet job opportunities inside a real estate environment tend to be good with all access typologies. The physical boundary of real estate can potentially be good interface to be developed between two distinct settlements.
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