EARTHQUAKE POST-DISASTER RELOCATION IDENTIFICATION IN MEUREDU PIDIE JAYA NANGROE ACEH DARUSSALAM

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Indonesia’s geographical position was crossed by the world’s active fault lines which are prone to earthquake. Physically and non physically was affected by earthquake. Growing trend of disaster was induced displacement to reduce risk by relocation, adaptation and protection were means mitigation. High risk of earthquake disasters area was identified to reducing the impact of earthquake risk by the government and stakeholders. Through micro zonation mapping of earthquake-prone areas known to areas that have a high risk of earthquakes. The determination of the areas that are in active fault becomes a protected area for fault lines was the regulation by Indonesia Government. The existence of settlements around active faults can improve settlement development and population density. Restrictions on the development of settlements around active faults are as far as 20 meters from active faults. Land management can be an effort in reducing disaster risk through land consolidation and land pooling. Identification of land requirements and conformity to spatial planning in determining locations for regional relocation in efforts to reduce disaster risk. The purpose of this study is to identify suitable locations in the relocation in terms of physical and spatial plan. Through the GIS analysis method by combining micro zonation and active faults against spatial regulation. The results of the analysis show that there are 78 building units in active faults, 1 unit of public facilities, and buildings that have a high risk for collapsing a total of 179 units. The total land requirement in Meuredu District is needed for the relocation location which is 3.62 ha and the availability of land is 23 ha.
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ISO570
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Director
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Real Estat Indonesia

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