The Determinant Factors for Residential Selection of the Relocated Low-Income Communities in Jakarta, Indonesia
International Journal of Social Science and Humanity
Flooding as a result of global climate change that hit several areas in Jakarta, Indonesia, in particular the area around the river banks and reservoirs cause suffering to the residents who are generally poor segments of society. Relocation is one solution. However, the limited land in urban areas, forcing them to move to a vertical housing. Changes in psychology, social, economic and cultural as a result of this relocation need proper handling. Therefore the determinant factor that affects the
... success of the relocation is important to note. This study is expected to know the opinion of the inhabitants of the vertical housing. The data used in this study is primary data and secondary data. Primary data were collected through questionnaires distributed to the inhabitants of the banks of the Ciliwung River residents in Kampung Pulo, while the secondary data obtained from the study documentation and interviews in Jakarta Provincial Office and Residents Association office in Kampung Pulo. The results of the study showed that location, environmental factor, and rental price, affect the considerations to stay in the flat. Partial test showed that the proximity of work is the most influential factor. Flat located near KampungPulo is the top choice of respondents. Expected rents are less than four hundred thousand rupiah ($40) per month and the number of desired floor flats ranging between five to eight floors.