• Rima Yulia Mirhadi Student
  • Sri Maryati
  • Husna Tiara Putri Institut Teknologi Sumatera


Along with the development of a city, the need for houses to support activities in it also continues to increase. Thus, housing tends to be made in a hurry to catch up with the increasing population as a city develops. Therefore, housing development is generally more emphasized in terms of quantity only in order to meet the needs for houses by the community rather than the quality of the houses built. Thus, in the provision of housing sometimes neglect the sustainability aspect. Similarly, Kemiling Sub-district is a sub-district with limited housing/settlement and has had housing since the 1980s, but new housing units continue to be built and are planned to be built. This study aims to determine the sustainability of formal housing in Kemiling District based on the concept of Ecological Housing. There are 2 targets to achieve these goals, namely: (1) Identifying the existing condition of formal housing in Kemiling District based on the concept of Ecological Housing, (2) Analyzing the condition of sustainability of Formal Housing in Kemiling District based on the concept of Ecological Housing. With descriptive analysis method and weighting analysis with Likert scale. The variables used are 7 variables, namely physical residential buildings, facilities, infrastructure, access to city facilities, environment, economy, social. Based on the results of the weighting analysis that has been carried out with the concept of Ecological Housing in Kemiling District categorized as 'good', then formal housing in Kemiling District can be sustainable. This is the reason why formal housing developers in Kemiling District continue to plan new housing developments because Kemiling District has the potential to continue to develop in terms of housing,


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How to Cite
MIRHADI, Rima Yulia; MARYATI, Sri; TIARA PUTRI, Husna. KEBERLANJUTAN PERUMAHAN FORMAL DI KECAMATAN KEMILING BERDASARKAN KONSEP ECOLOGICAL HOUSING. Jurnal Perencanaan dan Pengembangan Kebijakan, [S.l.], v. 1, n. 2, p. 51-63, dec. 2021. ISSN 2775-0566. Available at: <>. Date accessed: 12 aug. 2022. doi:

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