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Volume 331, 2020International Conference on Urban Disaster Resilience (ICUDR 2019)
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Spatial Planning for Future Risk Reduction in Coastal Area (Case Study: Kalanganyar Village, Sidoarjo)
Department of Architecture, Universitas Pembangunan Nasional “Veteran” Jawa Timur, Jl. Raya Rungkut Madya, Surabaya, 60294, Indonesia
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There is an urgent need for cities to consider disaster and climate change issues. Disasters have caused major disruptions in low- and middle- income countries, often wiping out decades of development benefits in a few moments. Including Kalanganyar, which is geographically located in the hazard-prone. This village has no sandy beach area and directly facing the mangrove forest as the outermost boundary. Since 2/3 of the area is aquaculture, this has resulted in some areas lacking adequate mangrove forests. Therefore, Kalanganyar area becomes prone to tsunami hazards as well as river/tidal flooding. Therefore, disaster risk assessment is needed as input data in spatial planning and spatial planning of Kalanganyar Village as a disaster preventive action. This research is qualitative research with a phenomenology approach. The results of the data tape were analyzed by synchronic reading. Character appraisal is used to assess the eight principles of urban resilience design. The goal is to produce an anticipatory spatial planning concept for the natural disaster, the existing disaster of natural disasters but also human-caused disasters. From the results of character appraisal reading on the area, it was found that the urban fabric is less resilient. This is also coupled with some of the more frequent natural disasters that are floods and tsunamis. This then becomes the basis for the spatial development of disaster-prone areas and meets the overall parameters. Spatial area arrangement is done to anticipate future and future disasters, with more compact urban fabric arrangement, restoring ecological mangrove function according to standard, and also equitable distribution of village facilities and infrastructure so that the area is well developed and planned. This research can be a good and appropriate preventive action for the region.
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