ANALISIS RUANG TERBUKA HIJAU DAN KECUKUPANNYA DI KOTA DEPOK

Wuri Setyani, Santun Risma Pandapotan Sitorus, Dyah Retno Panuju

Abstract


Greenery open space (GOS) is a vegetated open space in urban areas, which its existence is often sacrificed in city development process. This study aims to determine acreage of GOS changes in Depok, to analyze the adequacy of GOS based on population, to identify level of development of the city, to analyze relationship between GOS changes and level of city development, and to identify factors affecting GOS changes. The results showed that in 2006 the GOS in Depok city was 2.359,20 ha and 1.729,53 ha in 2011 or it was a decline at about 629,67 ha during the period. Based on population number, Depok required 3.627,23 ha of GOS. Scalogram analysis indicated an increase in hierarchy of some subdistricts to level II and level I, and reducing of level III. The greatest changes of GOS occurred in the lower level of hierarchy (Level-III). This is due to limited land available for construction of facilities that are often sacrificed GOS. Determinants factors of GOS changes consisted of positive determinant, including acreage of vacant land, and negative factors, i.e. area allocated for built up in the regional spatial plan and initial acreage of GOS (2006).


Keywords: Adequacy of GOS, Greenery open space (GOS), regional development


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