International Journal of Law
International Journal of Law
International Journal of Law
Vol. 5, Issue 6 (2019)

Reconstructing the cultural heritage in the designation of Penyengat islands in Tanjung Pinang city Indonesia as a world heritage based on justice value


Meitya Yulianty, Dr. Teguh Prasetyo, Anis Mashdurohatun

Penyengat Island is an island located in the State of Indonesia. It is one of the islands with high economic potential because it is a region of cultural heritage. The problem that occurs at this time is the environmental conditions around the area of the cultural heritage area is very alarming. This happens because of the high population growth, so that housing needs also increase, resulting in land use conflicts. The result that can be seen is that the area of cultural heritage objects (sites) has become increasingly narrow, and there is even a tendency for people to build buildings over the area of cultural heritage objects that only remain in ruins. Based on the background, the researchers used a sociological normative legal research method as method of research to solve The main issue raised that is what is the weakness of the law governing the protection of cultural heritage based on cases that occur on Penyengat Island and what is the solution. The research results show that to be able to overcome the weaknesses of the protection of cultural heritage in Indonesia based on the case that occurred on Penyengat Island, a legal reconstruction is needed which regulates the spatial boundaries of the Cultural Heritage Site and Cultural Heritage Area to suit the needs and is mutually agreed upon by a team of experts, Local Government, Central Government and the community who own the land in determining zoning boundaries.
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Meitya Yulianty, Dr. Teguh Prasetyo, Anis Mashdurohatun. Reconstructing the cultural heritage in the designation of Penyengat islands in Tanjung Pinang city Indonesia as a world heritage based on justice value. International Journal of Law, Volume 5, Issue 6, 2019, Pages 31-36
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