Monitoring of Land Use Suitability Based on Detail Urban Spatial Plan Data 2018-2038 (Case study: Gayungan District, Surabaya City)

Cherie Bhekti Pribadi*, Teguh Hariyanto, Kevin Surya Kusuma

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Land use planning in an area will refer to the regulations that have been established by the City Planning Office of each region. This is because each region has the authority to plan spatial plans in their respective regions. The border area is an area whose land use can be influenced by two different regional regulations. This is because the border area is a special area located on the border between two regions, each of which has spatial planning regulations. Gayungan District is one of the sub-districts included in the Border Area between Surabaya City and Sidoarjo Regency. To prevent overlapping spatial regulations that may occur in Gayungan District, it is necessary to monitor the suitability of land use using geographic information system technology and remote sensing. The data used in this study are the 2019 Gayungan District RDTRK Map and very high resolution satellite imagery of Pleiades Surabaya City 2019. The method used is the Object Based Image Analysis (OBIA) method. The result of this research is the suitability of land use in Gayungan District. A land use can be said to be suitable if the existing land use is in accordance with the land use in the plan. Meanwhile, land use is said to be inappropriate if the existing land use is different from the planned spatial use. All land use classes in Gayungan District in 2019 had a higher percentage of unsuitable land than the percentage of suitable land. Each percentage of land is not suitable for each land use class, namely: water body class by 92.593%, road class by 78.035%, industrial class by 77.838%, defense class by 76.706%, green open space class by 69.736%, and residential class by 52,27%. So it can be said that the land use in Gayungan District in 2019 was not in accordance with the plans in the City Spatial Detail Plan Map for 2018-2038, but the land use could be appropriate in its designation for the future, because there is a possibility of development for residential class, industrial class, and defense class on open land that is still widely available.

Original languageEnglish
Article number012030
JournalIOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 20 Dec 2021
EventGeomatics International Conference 2021, GEOICON 2021 - Virtual, Online, Indonesia
Duration: 27 Jul 2021 → …


  • Land Use Change
  • Land Use Planning
  • Object Based Image Analysis (OBIA)
  • Spatial Planning


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