Control of Space Utilization of North Bandung Area as a Strategic Area of West Java Province in Collaborative Governance


  • Rhesa Anggara Utama ,Dede Sri Kartini ,Budhi Gunawan ,Obsatar Sinaga


Collaborative governance, Cross-government, KBU


Two important reasons in the study of collaborative governance. First, in the practice of controlling the utilization of a strategic area space is a contribution of collaborative governance. Second, whether the context of government issues in the regions has been done collaboratively so that it can find lessons that can be learned to be applied to aspects of government. Two questions focused on this research are how collaboration with various cross-government with other employees, and how government governance processes so as to form collaboration to achieve a goal on controlling the utilization of space in the North Bandung Area (KBU) as a Provincial Strategic Area (KSP) of West Java that achieves the good and bad of a government? Qualitative methods used in this study there are six reasons, namely to (1) determine and find certain meanings, (2) understand various contexts, (3) identify various phenomena that have not been revealed, (4) understand the process, (5) describes constructed causality, and (6) describes patterns. The analysis unit used is all stakeholder actors who have an interest and are involved in controlling the utilization of KBU space as a West Java KSP in collaboration. in-depth interview techniques, observations, and documentation used in data collection by providing informant criteria involved in the collaboration process. The results of the study show that the formation of collaboration is a facilitative leadership role initiated. Positive contribution to increasing public engagement, making the community more supportive towards the government, increasing information related to various violations of space utilization, more open communication between the government and the community to act together in response to all violations of KBU space utilization is the result of collaborative governance in controlling the utilization of KBU space. The limited intensity of interaction across actors, the imbalance of resources into collaboration factors has not been done optimally. Policy networks that contribute to the formation of collaboration on the KBU space utilization control agenda are the expectations generated in this study. The conclusion of this study is Emerson's collaborative governance model. (2012) is considered not to have run thoroughly in controlling the utilization of KBU space. Strengthening in the dimensions of policy networks that are constantly being developed and refined in a variety of different policy settings, places, times, fields, and governance dynamics.