Suara.com – The residents of flats in Marunda, North Newsdelivers.com, were forced to move to Nagrak Flats. This was done because the roof of Marunda Block C Flats collapsed on Wednesday (30/8/2023).
Acting Head of the DKI Newsdelivers.com Public Housing and Settlement Area Service, Retno Sulistyaningrum. confirm that. According to him, the concrete in Block C5 of the Marunda Flats collapsed, but fortunately there were no casualties in the incident.
He continued, there were 451 families who were relocated to the Nagrak Flats, after socialization was carried out on Thursday (31/8/2023).
Rento added that, according to BRIN, the Marunda Flats building was no longer suitable. That’s why the DKI Newsdelivers.com Provincial Government will revitalize it.
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What was the establishment of the Marunda Flats like? Check out the following review.
Marunda Flats are located in the Marunda area, Cilincing, North Newsdelivers.com. Initially built by the PUPR Ministry from 2005 to 2006.
When it was first established, the Marunda Flats were not filled and were abandoned for six years. This is because there is no agreement between the DKI Newsdelivers.com Provincial Government and the Ministry of Finance regarding the use of flats.
And as long as the building is empty, Marunda Flats often become a place for crime and prostitution. In 2012, the DKI Newsdelivers.com Provincial Government and the Ministry of Finance signed an MoU regarding the use of these flats.
At that time, the DKI Newsdelivers.com Provincial Government promised to renovate the flats to make them suitable for residents to live in. And the initial target for residents of the Marunda Flats were residents living under the toll road.
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However, along the way, the DKI Newsdelivers.com Provincial Government took issue with the status of BMN assets which had not been donated, so their occupancy was never processed.
Not only that, the DKI Newsdelivers.com Provincial Government is also unable to finance the flat facilities and infrastructure.
Likewise with maintenance costs taking into account Permendagri No. 17/2007. As a result of all this, the flat building was damaged.
Another problem plaguing the Marunda Flats is the unavailability of PLN and PDAM electricity networks for its residents. However, in the end, the DKI Newsdelivers.com Provincial Government repaired all the damage to the Marunda Flats.
In early 2013, when Jokowi served as Governor of DKI Newsdelivers.com, Marunda Flats began to be used for flood victims in Penjaringan, North Newsdelivers.com.
Residents who live in these flats get various facilities. One of them is exempt from flat rental fees for the first 3 months.
Flat residents are also given various courses and assistance to open their own businesses. The Marunda Flats are also equipped with a community health center, PAUD, gardening area, catfish cultivation and computer and sports rooms.
After the management was organized, the Marunda Flats were expanded into 26 blocks consisting of three clusters.
Apart from residents relocating along riverbanks, flat residents are also prioritized for residents living under toll roads, victims of eviction in a number of locations, and those living in green open spaces belonging to the DKI Newsdelivers.com Provincial Government.
In the era of DKI Governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama, Marunda Flats became the center for managing the poor in DKI Newsdelivers.com.
Contributor: Damayanti Kahyangan