Putu Rudy Satiawan, Mochamad Yusuf, Karina Pradinie Tucunan, Achmad Mustakim : Findings and Challenges in East Java Industrial Masterplan
Ir. Putu Rudy Satiawan M.Sc.
Mochamad Yusuf S.T., M.Sc.
Karina Pradinie Tucunan S.T., M.Eng.
Achmad Mustakim S.T., M.T., MBA
spatial structure spatial order
Industrial sector has developed as a leading sector in East Java Province. It develops with specific characteristics and emerging as either problem or challenge in regional development context. Since the development needs to be guided, spatial policy is needed to arrange and direct it. East Java Industrial Masterplan is a spatial policy to guide industrial development in provincial scope. Spatial structure of industries is the basic of industrial masterplan, it represents spatial order of industries in provincial and regional context. The concept of spatial order is based on growth pole theory by Francois Perroux. The order is expressed hierarchically with nodes, these nodes have dependent regions and connected by transportation network. Considering the theory, East Java Industrial Masterplan take into account existing industrial policy, spatial distribution of industries based on their attributes, infrastructure range of service, logistics framework and local manpower. The ideal scheme is however not fully working nowadays since there are obstacles and limitations on either government, public or private sector side. To identify these obstacles and limitations, stakeholders in East Java Province are asked to give feedbacks on conditions that should be attained so that how this spatial structure could be operative. Those feedbacks could be categorized as findings and feedbacks in this study.