E ISSN: 2583-049X

International Journal of Advanced Multidisciplinary Research and Studies

Volume 4, Issue 1, 2024

The Problematic of Incompatibility of Rice Land Protected by the Jember District Spatial Plan

Author(s): Dahlia Eka Syahputri Kencana, Iwan Rachmad Soetijono, Bhim Prakoso

DOI: https://doi.org/10.62225/2583049X.2024.4.1.2143


The discrepancy in the Regional Spatial Plan of Jember Regency related to the regulation of spatial patterns and the direction of zoning regulations with the Presidential Regulation on the conversion of rice fields raises legal issues, namely the difficulty of the community to allocate limited space use for land, causing conflicts of interest, namely causing juridical problems that the government applies LSD regulations with reference to RTRW which is no longer in accordance with spatial use. The theoretical problem is that there is legal uncertainty in having the latest legal legality with existing conditions that have developed. Sociological problems have resulted in a vacuum in legal norms related to spatial pattern rules and zoning directions for the RTRW of Jember Regency in taking policies for issuing activity permits, obtaining Land Rights, and determining LSD to be hampered. The results of this research include 1) Causes of non-conformity of Protected Rice Fields with the Regional Spatial Plan of Jember Regency,.2) Future arrangements regarding the non-conformity of Protected Rice Fields with the Jember Regency Regional Spatial Planning Plan. These efforts require the establishment and implementation of regional regulations on spatial planning which are carried out with strategic agricultural studies in accordance with the mandate of the Spatial Planning Law, the Basic Agrarian Law, the LP2B Law, the Presidential Regulation on Land Use Transfer, and the Jember Regency RTRW.

Keywords: Non-Conformity, Protected Rice Fields, Regional Spatial Planning

Pages: 1-6

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