|Title: GOOD HOUSING GOVERNANCE MANAGEMENT IN INDONESIA
An Ras Try Astuti
The dynamics of housing and settlements in Indonesia cannot be separated from this the dynamics that occur in people’s lives and government policies in managing housing. The research in this paper aims to develop good housing governance management in Indonesia. Providing adequate housing facilities for the ever-growing urban population is a serious problem. Such a problem is easy to understand, but the Indonesian government has not managed to deal with it purely as a housing problem. Because the root of the problem is housing urbanization policies must be part of the urban management scheme, taking into account all urban-related issues: population density, demographic growth, squatters in slums and public facilities. In supporting the urban management macro scheme, there are micro schemes to be implemented. This research was conducted to provide an overview of the definition of housing in Indonesia, efficiency in reducing the social costs of home ownership and good housing procedures. The study revealed that there are four characteristics in the housing management system, among others; housing consumption before asset accumulation; the ability to buy housing should be increased to the maximum; construction in residential locations must be considered comprehensively and commitment to neutrality of property rights and a stable rental market. In an effort to reduce the social costs of home ownership, attention must be paid to three aspects, namely: efficient use of resources; demand-side and supply-side subsidy efficiency; efficiency of land use regulation. Underlying procedures, property rights unit; transparency in rules.
|Keywords: Housing; government policy; management; efficiency; transparency; inclusive planning; fair; free access; real estate market.