The Policy of Modern Malay Residential Development Area in Siak Sri Indrapura, Riau Province

DOI: https://doi.org/10.14710/ijpd.2.1.27-38

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Submitted: 20-01-2017
Published: 27-02-2017
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Malay Riau culture is the root of life for measure point and rules in the development
settlement on Siak Sri Indrapura City. The settlement in Siak Sri Indrapura City is
characterized by the activity of the traditional community. However, the city development
and the lack of government policy support threatening the sustainability of traditional
settlements as well as Malay culture. This study aims to give the recommendation about the
concept of development of the heritage settlements in Siak. The research method used is
both qualitative and quantitative analysis through the backlog, layout, and internal-external
analysis. The analysis results point out that the policy of modern Malay residential area
development is urgently needed to develop and protect the heritage settlements in Siak Sri
Indrapura City. The appropriate policies is by improving and maintaining the values of Malay
cultural heritage in residential building and build an integrated transportation network to
increase the functional values as a residence, economic, and tourism.

Keywords

development; heritage; Malay; policy; preservation; settlement

  1. Fiki Angga Putra 
    Islamic University of Riau, Pekanbaru, Indonesia
  2. Puji Astuti 
    , Indonesia
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