Author(s): Arlita Widyasari, ST, Ir. H Muhammad Faqih, Dr. Ir. Rika Kisnarini
Published in: International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology
License: This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
Volume/Issue: Volume. 6 - Issue. 06 , June - 2017
The development of urban industry triggered the flow of urbanization so the number of residents in the area around the industry soaring rapidly and causing the effects of increasing demand for shelter. Industrial companies do not provide shelter for their workers so inhabit many rented houses because of the efficiency of time and cost. Population density causes the growth of irregular settlements, not following the pattern of road networks, causing declining environmental conditions and tend to become slums. The need for shelter by industrial workers is very urgent to cause the eligibility of the residence to be unnoticed. In order to overcome the above problems it needs sustainable development that aims to improve the quality of human life and ensure its sustainability. Limited land in urban areas, especially in industrial areas, has resulted in the need for sustainable housing development for industrial workers, to meet the needs of shelter and reduce the density and slums in the villages around the industrial estate. So the first step that must be done is to know how the preference of industrial workers to stay in a sustainable apartment in the industrial area. It aims to be able to get a place to live in accordance with the wishes and needs of industrial workers to live in a sustainable apartment later in order to support their lives. The purpose of this study is to describe the preference of industrial workers towards sustainable housing projects in industrial estates. This research is a descriptive quantitative research using research strategy of division of kuisoner to industrial workers with middle and lower income pengahasilan. Quantitative analysis uses descriptive statistics of SPSS program factor analysis. The expected result of this study is a description of the preference of middle to lower-income industry workers to stay in apartment houses with a sustainable concept in an industrial area.
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