Jakarta (The Jakarta Post)-Jakarta's Development Planning Agency (Bappeda) is in the process of finishing the deliberation of the bylaw draft of the 2030 Spatial Planning, which would determine the fate of Indonesia's capital city over the next 20 years.
“We are striving to meet the target. We want the deliberation of the bylaw to be completed by the end of this year,” newly appointed Bappeda head Sarwo Handayani said on Thursday.
She said the city was also in the final familiarization process of soliciting inputs from the people, including members of the Citizen Coalition for Jakarta 2030.
The citizen coalition considered that the draft Spatial Planning bylaw did not sufficiently accommodate public participation and suggested the city consult all stakeholders, including marginalized people, before changing the draft.
Governor Fauzi Bowo earlier stated he refused to completely revise the 2030 Spatial Planning bylaw draft as requested by the coalition of concerned citizens, who are demanding greater public participation in their city’s future.
Fauzi said the draft was open to modification, but he would not accept a completely new submission.
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