Dolly Lane was known as one of the biggest brothel complex in Southeast Asia. The number of prostitutes increased every year such that in 2014 it reached 1.499 people. Based on many considerations, the areas was officially closed by the City Government of Surabaya. The closing of Dolly Lane has a great impact on economic and sosial of local community especially in five community units area (a.k.a. Rukun Warga), in Village Administrative Unit of Putat Jaya. The Surabaya City Goverment are calling for any contribution from many stakeholder including academician to revitalize community's social and economic condition after the closing. Some attempts have done to improve community's economy and social condition. However, the result still below target. In line with this, a study need to be done in order to know what strategy can be applied in order to revitalize local community's economic and social condition. To do so, a study that could capture current community social-economic condition will be required. For this reason, this study is conducted mainly aims to identify the existing condition of the community, including their problem and expectation. The present study result will become the basis of future strategy for developing Dolly-Jarak Area.

Original languageEnglish
Article number012076
JournalIOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 27 Nov 2018
Event2017 CITIES International Conference: Multi Perspectives on Peri-Urban Dynamics Towards Sustainable Development - Surabaya, Indonesia
Duration: 18 Oct 2017 → …


  • Ex-localization Dolly-Jarak
  • Local Economic Development
  • SME


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