Reconstruction of Spatial Planning Model of Marine and Small Islands Based Area as a Conflict Resolution Tool for Coastal and Marine Area Exploitation in Maluku

Jantje Tjiptabudy, La Ode Angga


The research, entitled "Formulation of Model of Spatial Planning Regulation on Marine and Small Islands as a Conflict Resolution of Coastal and Marine Area Utilization in Maluku Province", has a long-term goal to find the model formulation of Spatial Planning of Maluku Province based on maritime and small islands, so that Maluku Province is characterized by marine, coastal and small islands can organize the sea area well and optimally so that conflicts can be minimized.Approach method used in this research is juridical emperis or juridical sociology which is descriptive qualitative analysis. The study attempts to describe what happens in the coastal communities living around the conflicts that occur in these two research sites: Central Maluku (Malteng) and West Seram (SBB). Data collection techniques used in this study are: Interviews, questionnaires and literature study.This study found the answer that one of the causes of spatial use conflicts in coastal areas, sea and small islands in Maluku Province is because Maluku is one of the provinces in eastern Indonesia which has a strategic position between all western and central regions of Indonesia with Papua in the eastern part, and can link the southern regions including Australia and Timor Leste with northern regions such as North Maluku and Sulawesi. In order to resolve the conflict, there must be a reconstruction of the formulation model of the Rerda Spatial Plan of Maluku Region as one of the Provinces which is included in the archipelago Province in the archipelago by referring to various related laws and regulations.

Keywords: Model Arrangement, Spatial Planning of Marine and Small Islands,  Conflict Resolution, Maluku Province.

DOI: 10.7176/JLPG/87-02

Publication date:July 31st 2019

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