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  1. Maret 12, 2010 pukul 10:00 pm

    Comments from Mr Doni Iskandar in FB
    “great gunte, research is important before executing strategies. just share my thoughts.. I don’t really 100% agree with cheap/social apartment housing or whatever the name is, we should realize the failures of this concept before, the vein of “the economic of the poor” is in the city, which is their slum area, don’t you think its better to … See morerevitalize the existing, or we can say upgrading in all living aspect rather than to evict them & move to new place, which absolutely will destroy their “informal character/resources” which had already establish – sok tau dot com :P-“

  2. Maret 12, 2010 pukul 10:00 pm

    I agree with you. We need to evaluate the best strategy to cater the urban poor. In my case, I did the exercise for my final year assignment. So actually halfway, I did realise that urban revitalization was needed more than the low cost flat. But unfortunately the title of my project can not be changed. And we only got total of 3 months to execute… See more.

    In the Integration of Planning and Design of Low Cost Housing, I did suggest of evaluation other revit housing model such as Charless Correas’ or Romo Mangun’s ideas. So we can have a collaboration in the future if there is Municipality who want to implement it. Ok all the best for your thesis. Don’t hesitate to share with me
    email: gunteitb@yahoo.com

  3. kartika
    Maret 13, 2010 pukul 8:42 pm

    kartika :
    Further to Doni Iskandar’s comments, below are some quotes from the references.
    The slum upgrading policies tend to focus on three main areas of concern: (a) provision of basic urban services, e.g.water supply and storage, sanitation/waste collection, rehabilitation of circulation, storm drainage and flood prevention, electricity, security lighting and public telephones; (b)provision of secure tenure for slum dwellers and access to land; (c) innovative access to credit, adapted to the economic profile, needs and requirements of slum dwellers and communities (UN-Habitat 2003).
    However, several obstacles put an end to these initiatives. Among the most critical were: (a) limited attention to criteria for selection of sites and project components; (b) lack of involvement in the titling of land; (c) poor attention to Operation & Maintenance; and (d) lack of integration of upgraded slums into the urban community and infrastructure (World Bank 2003).
    These are the homeworks.

  4. kartika
    Maret 13, 2010 pukul 8:45 pm

    kartika :

    kartika :
    Further to Doni Iskandar’s comments, below are some quotes from the references.
    The slum upgrading policies tend to focus on three main areas of concern: (a) provision of basic urban services, e.g.water supply and storage, sanitation/waste collection, rehabilitation of circulation, storm drainage and flood prevention, electricity, security lighting and public telephones; (b)provision of secure tenure for slum dwellers and access to land; (c) innovative access to credit, adapted to the economic profile, needs and requirements of slum dwellers and communities (UN-Habitat 2003).
    However, several obstacles put an end to these initiatives. Among the most critical were: (a) limited attention to criteria for selection of sites and project components; (b) lack of involvement in the titling of land; (c) poor attention to Operation & Maintenance; and (d) lack of integration of upgraded slums into the urban community and infrastructure (World Bank 2003).
    These are the homeworks.

    In addition to above, slum upgrading becomes inapplicable to locations that were subject to flood, especially in riverbank areas. What can we do?

    • Maret 14, 2010 pukul 12:30 am

      Thank you very much for your input Ms Kartika
      Interesting suggestion but quite challenging to implement.
      Regards
      Gun

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