Kampung Ramah Wisata Nelayan Nambangan Surabaya

Nafis, Haidir Rio (2017) Kampung Ramah Wisata Nelayan Nambangan Surabaya. Undergraduate thesis, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember.

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Abstract

Potensi terbentuknya kawasan kumuh selain karena buruknya sistem pengolahan sampah juga dapat terjadi karena kurang diperhatikannya kemungkinan penumpukkan aktifitas pada sebuah ruang. Salah satu kawasan yang berpotensi menjadi kawasan kumuh akibat dari penumpukkan aktifitas ialah kampung nelayan. Rangkaian aktifitas nelayan yang berlangsung setiap hari berdampak terbentuknya siklus aktifitas yang terus berputar dan mendominasi aktifitas di kampung nelayan. Dominasi aktifitas tertentu membutuhkan ruang-ruang khusus sebagai penunjangnya. Ketika ruang-ruang tersebut tidak tersedia ataupun kriterianya tidak sesuai dengan karakteristik aktifitas tertentu akan berpotensi terjadinya penumpukkan aktifitas yang kemudian berujung pada kekumuhan kawasan. Maka untuk terciptanya kondisi kampung nelayan yang dapat meminimalisasi penumpukkan aktifitas diperlukan adanya pengaturan/manajemen aktifitas guna memperoleh kriteria ruang-ruang yang dibutuhkan. Pengaturan aktifitas tersebut dapat dilakukan melalui beberapa pertimbangan seperti: waktu berlangsungnya, sifat kekhususan ruang (zonasi), keterkaitan aktifitas dan peruntukkan ruang berdasarkan subjek pengguna. Selain itu, juga dilakukan pengembangan kawasan dalam bidang wisata. Sehingga warga kampung nelayan dapat terus menjaga kebersihan kampung untuk dapat menarik minat pengunjung. Dengan menggunakan metode tersebut akan dapat terbentuk hubungan dan pemisahan ruang-ruang dengan lebih terencana. Sehingga, kemungkinan terjadinya penumpukkan aktifitas yang tidak terencana dapat diminimalisasi. ==========================================================================The potential appearance of slum regions in some area, other than because of the lack of waste management in the area is also because less of attention from accumulating activity in a certain space(area). One of the potential area of such accumulating activity is fishermen village. Activity in fishermen village has more intensity than regular urban area as it goes not only for regular social interaction between people, but also work as the center of fishermen activity Fishermen activities which going continuity everyday has an impact forming cycle of activity that dominate activity in fishermen village. Some activity need particular space to support it continuity. If those particularspace not provided or has not met the criteria, surely will accumulate to become slum area. Decreasing chances the accumulation of activity that possibly become slum area, the managerial of activity is vital to determine criteria of spacing that needed. Managerial activity could have done by considering things like : time lapsing, zonation, activity correlation and designation space based on user. One important addition that make people in fishermen village keeping their village clean and feasible to living, is developing the fishermen village become tourist destination. The methods that are described in above would develop interconnection and separation of space to be more effective. Eventually it would decrease chances of accumulation activity in the area.

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate)
Additional Information: RSA 711.558 Naf k
Uncontrolled Keywords: Kampung Nelayan, Kawasan Kumuh, Penumpukkan Aktifitas
Subjects: G Geography. Anthropology. Recreation > GC Oceanography
G Geography. Anthropology. Recreation > GE Environmental Sciences
H Social Sciences > HT Communities. Classes. Races > HT133 City and Towns. Land use,urban
H Social Sciences > HT Communities. Classes. Races > HT166 City Planning--Environmental aspects
Divisions: Faculty of Civil Engineering and Planning > Architechture > (S1) Undergraduate Theses
Depositing User: Haidir Rio Nafis
Date Deposited: 08 Feb 2018 02:45
Last Modified: 08 Feb 2018 02:45
URI: http://repository.its.ac.id/id/eprint/46450

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