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Press Release (English Version) | Save Prambanan

Save Prambanan

Badan Pelestarian Pusaka Indonesia (BPPI)/Indonesian Heritage Trust understands the importance of the Pusaka Indonesia (Indonesian Heritage) there are Natural Heritage, Cultural Heritage, and Saujana (Cultural Landscape) Heritage – are in a good asset of maintenance. The temple complex of Prambanan (Prambanan Temple Compound) which consists of 4 complexes enshrinement namely Prambanan Temple, Sewu, Candi Lumbung and Candi Bubrah, as one of the Tangible Cultural Heritage is gaining recognition as a World Heritage (World Heritage) with the number of C-642 in 1991.

Addressing the Architectural Design Concept Competition of the Convention Hotel in the area of Prambanan Temple Complex, which was held by PT Taman Wisata Candi Borobudur and Prambanan Ratu Boko in collaboration with the Association of Indonesian Architects (IAI), the BPPI  as the body of civil society organization engaged in the field of heritage conservation, based on the discussions with partner organizations and related conservation institutions; deems it necessary to outlined the basic ideas that presumably should be known by the public for practice proper implementation of Law No. 11 - 2010 on “Cagar Budaya” and Government Regulation No. 10 - 1993 on the Implementation of Law Number 5 of 1992 regarding the “Benda Cagar Budaya” as follows;

  1. From the JICA study 1979 has been divided along several designation zonings to support the conservation of sites in the area of Prambanan Temple Complex. The Result is then being used by the UNESCO as the basis for the inscription of Prambanan Temple Compound as a world heritage complex;
  2. Based on Appendix PP No. 26 of 2008 on the National Regional Spatial Planning/Rencana Tata Euang Wilayah Nasional (RTRWN); Prambanan area has been designated as National Strategic Area/Kawasan Strategis Nasional (KSN) from a socio-cultural interests. The delineation of the region is being processed by the Ministry of Public Works/Pekerjaan Umum (PU) in cooperation with the Provincial Government of Central Java and the Special Region Yogyakarta (DIY), and the Regency of Sleman and Klaten along with the Ministry of Education and Culture, the Coordinating Ministry of People’s Welfare and other stakeholders. KSN delineation material Prambanan undertaken by JICA study in 1979 with a focus on the development / improvement of the quality of the areas;
  3. A  meeting intiated by the Ministry of Public Works in Klaten and continued at Phoenix Hotel Yogyakarta, attended by the Provincial Government of Central Java and Yogyakarta, Sleman and Klaten District Government, the Ministry of Education and Culture, Coordinating Ministry for People's Welfare and other stakeholders, which resulted in an agreement to temporarily stop (Moratorium) of all physical development in Prambanan area;
  4. BPPI  noted that the competation has the potential to conflict with the contents Law No. 11 Year 2010 on Heritage, among others, on the chapters: a. Protection (Rescue, Safety and Zoning); b. Development (Research and Utilization);
  5. BPPI as conservation organization and other community organizations as government partners will continue to cooperate in the efforts to oversee the implementation of conservation and utilization of cultural heritage area including World Heritage where the development should be in accordance with the needs of its community and includes all interests in a balanced and appropriate with the rules of conservation;
  6. Based on the 1-5 point, the initiator and organizer are encouraged to: a. Delaying and reviewing the competation plans and activities relating to the construction of the hotel until the regulations from the government are clear and binding; b. Conduct a thorough study of the Prambanan area to further development.

Jakarta, 5 April 2013

Indonesian Heritage Trust
Board of Directors

Drs. I Gede Ardika

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