Land Consolidation Problems in Indonesia


  • Fifik Wiryani
  • Mokhammad Najih


Land consolidation, land procurement, spatial planning, public participation


Vastly growing population in urban areas should be parallel to the adequate infrastructure provision and measurable development model, or social issues such as the growing slums, lack of social and public facilities, and poor health quality will emerge. To achieve them, the government has been taking some innovative measures, one of which is land consolidation—a method of restructuring the control, ownership, and use of lands relevant to regional spatial planning by taking into account the active participation of the people. However, the execution is not without issues. This research aims to investigate the issues of land consolidation and some measures to resolve these issues.