• Muhammad Iqbal Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta
  • Yunita Elianda
  • Ali Akbar
  • Nurhadiyanti Nurhadiyanti


Yogyakarta as one of the regions in Indonesia that have been given special rights by the central government so that the form of government is different from other regions. Not only in the field of government, but in other aspects to the regional spatial planning. This research wants to give an overview of the special spatial planning in Yogyakarta as stipulated in the regional regulation. For the method used in analyzing the results of this study using descriptive quantitative research methods. The findings in this study are about Yogyakarta City Privileges which is one of the strategic spaces owned by the Duchy Land Space Unit and Duchy Land Space Unit. In managing the spatial plan mentioned above in Perda No. 2 of 2010 which was then enacted, the enactment of this Act is expected to assist the rights of the community and, in fact, is still not going well. Various factors that make this still happen exist because of development that is not following applicable laws. Development malls and hotels are irregular. Like the Sleman city mall, the construction was done before the regulation took effect. Keywords: Local Regulation, Spatial Planning, Privileges


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How to Cite
Iqbal, M., Elianda, Y., Akbar, A., & Nurhadiyanti, N. (2020). KEISTIMEWAAN PENATAAN RUANG MENURUT PERATURAN DAERAH ISTIMEWA PROVINSI DAERAH ISTIMEWA YOGYAKARTA. Jurnal Caraka Prabu, 4(1), 102-123.