International Review for Spatial Planning and Sustainable Development
Online ISSN : 2187-3666
ISSN-L : 2187-3666
Main Section: Urban-Rural Regeneration and Cultural Sustainability
The Role of CSR in the Revitalization of Urban Open Space for Better Sustainable Urban Development
Respati Wikantiyoso Tonny Suhartono
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2018 Volume 6 Issue 4 Pages 5-20


Provision of green open spaces by 30% of urban areas as outlined in Law 26 of 2007 on Spatial Planning, is the responsibility of local governments. Malang City Government is currently in the process of realizing open space according to the provisions of the law. Due to funding constraints, local governments involve the private sector through the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program in the provision of green open spaces. This study examines the potential and problems of private sector involvement in urban development processes, especially the provision of urban open spaces. The purpose of this study is to develop a model of private sector involvement policy. This study was conducted by using descriptive analysis to describe the phenomenon of CSR implementation for urban open space revitalization program. This study uses qualitative analysis of implementation data of Green Open Space (GOS) revitalization through CSR program. This study emphasizes the position and role of CSR in the city's GOS revitalization program to formulate a model of private sector involvement policy in the provision of green space. The model consists of a process of negotiation, planning, implementation and open maintenance. The result of this research is the scheme of private sector financial involvement process and the approval of detail engineering design (DED).

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