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Supporting Sustainable IKN Development, Land Bank Authority Signs Cooperation with IKN Authority Subsidiary

Supporting Sustainable IKN Development, Land Bank Authority Signs Cooperation with IKN Authority Subsidiary

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Supporting Sustainable IKN Development, Land Bank Authority Signs Cooperation with IKN Authority Subsidiary

Jakarta, 16 May 2024 – The Land Bank Agency signed a collaboration with the Nusantara Capital Authority (OIKN) through its subsidiary, PT Bina Karya (Persero) in building and developing IKN and its buffer areas.

Head of the Land Bank Agency, Parman Nataatmadja, in his speech said that this collaboration is a commitment of the Land Bank Agency as stated in PP 64 of 2021 concerning the authority of the Land Bank Agency to guarantee the availability of land in the context of a just economy.

“We hope that, God willing, this collaboration will as soon as possible be able to support the growth in IKN and in the HPL area of ​​the Land Bank Agency as a buffer area,” said Parman in his press statement, Thursday (16/5/2024).

Parman said that the Land Bank Agency’s commitment to supporting IKN development and encouraging economic growth in Penajam Paser Utara (PPU), especially in the Land Bank Agency’s HPL, had been realized by providing land for the construction of the IKN VVIP Airport which would be expanded to 621 Ha as well as the IKN toll road. section 5B.

“We have also provided land for entitled people through the agrarian reform program covering an area of ​​1,873 hectares,” he said.

Meanwhile, the Main Director of PT Bina Karya, Boyke Prasetyanto, said that the HPL area of ​​the Land Bank Agency is a buffer area that is quite close to the IKN Central Government Core Area (KIPP), so the potential for encouraging development and growth in the National Capital is very large in the area. HPL Land Bank Agency.

“Why do we really want to collaborate with the Land Bank Agency? Because there are several functions that investors are interested in, it would be more appropriate to carry them out at the Land Bank Agency HPL. “One of them is industrial estate,” said Boyke.

Boyke added that industrial estate was not on the agenda at KIPP because the area was a government area. “That’s one of the potentials we see in the Land Bank Agency’s HPL,” he said.

Second, Boyke said that there was interest from several developers who would build flats or landed houses for non-ASN purposes which were not in the high end category, but medium to low.

Finally, Boyke said that it is hoped that the presence of the VVIP IKN Airport at HPL Land Bank Agency in the future can be developed not only to serve passengers but also logistics. Apart from that, Aerowisata at VVIP IKN Airport also has great potential to be developed as an effort to increase tourism at PPU.

“This is a necessity that cannot be separated from all economic activities,” he concluded.

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