Land-Use Shifting from Settlement into Commercial in Caturtunggal, Sleman

Fauzia Ghitha Aulia, Ragil Haryanto, Wisnu Pradoto


Caturtunggal area is a residential area that is growing rapidly, especially in commercial activities. Current commercial activities have expanded into residential areas. Caturtunggal is one of the regions with an educational function and has become a new center of growth in Sleman Regency with the presence of Gadjah Mada University (UGM) and Yogyakarta State University (UNY). The development of commercial activities in the region to facilitate trade activities and services between people in need such as students (demand) and people who sell services (supply) that can create workers in urban areas so that they can contribute to the regional economy and Gross Regional Domestic Product (GRDP). The purpose of this study is to determine the development of changes in spatial use from settlements to commercial activities in the Education Area and formulate the factors that cause a shift in the use of space in the region. The method used in this research is quantitative methods and analysis techniques using spatial analysis, descriptive statistical analysis and factor analysis. The subject of this research is small-medium commercial activity in the Caturtunggal region. The results of this study were found as a phenomenon of 70% shift in the use of space to be commercially caused by 5 factors, namely economic factors, the existence of educational areas, locations, market preferences, and access.


Land-use shifting; settlements; commercial; educational areas

Full Text:



Almaden, C. R. (2014). Housing affordability challenges: The case of the median income households in Cagayan De Oro City Philippines. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 4(10), 1.

Ehinmowo, A. A., & Eludoyin, O. M. (2010). The university as a nucleus for growth pole: Example from Akungba-Akoko, Southwest, Nigeria. International Journal of Sociology and Anthropology, 2(7), 149–154.

Gallion, A., Eisner, S. (1983). The Urban Pattern: City Planning and Design, D Van.

Haryanto, R., Soetomo, S., & Buchori, I. (2016). A Phenomenon of Spatial Economic Democracy: Emerging Small-Medium Enterprises along the Street Corridors of Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Journal of Settlements and Spatial Planning, 7(2), 137.

Kaiser, E. J., Godschalk, D. R., & Chapin, F. S. (1995). Urban land use planning (Vol. 4). University of Illinois press Urbana, IL.

Kumar, S., & Sangwan, R. S. (2013). Urban Growth, Land Use Changes and its Impact on Cityscape in Sopnipat City Using Remote Sensing and GIS Techniques, Haryana, India. International Journal of Science, Engineering and Computer Technology, 3(3/4), 88–91.

Muhajir, M. A. (2012). Spatial Patterns of Change in Building Functions on the Main Road of Depok City, West Java. University of Indonesia.

Nidyasari. (2011). Changes in Occupational Functions and Territorial Conflict of Depok Architecture Study Program. University of Indonesia.

Roth, N., & Grant, J. L. (2015). The Story of a Commercial Street: Growth, Decline, and Gentrification on Gottingen Street, Halifax. Articles, 43(2), 38–53.

Samadikun, B. P., Sudibyakto, S., Setiawan, B., & Rijanta, R. (2014). Dampak Perkembangan Kawasan Pendidikan Di Tembalang Semarang Jawa Tengah (the Impact Development of Education Area in Tembalang Semarang Jawa Tengah). Jurnal Manusia Dan Lingkungan, 21(3), 366–376.

Shankar, B., & Vidhya, D. (n.d.). Changing Dynamics of Land Use in Residential Neighbourhood of Vani Vilasa Mohalla Mysore.

Wardhana, I. W., & Haryanto, R. (2016). Kajian Pemanfaatan Ruang Kegiatan Komersial Koridor Jalan Taman Siswa Kota Semarang. Jurnal Pengembangan Kota, 4(1), 49.

Weng, Q. (2002). Land use change analysis in the Zhujiang Delta of China using satellite remote sensing, {GIS} and stochastic modelling. Journal of Environmental Management, 64(3), 273–284.

Wicaksono, T., Sugiyanto, F. X., & S. (2011). Analysis of Factors Affecting Changes in the Use of Housing for Commercial Purposes in the Tlogosari Kulon Area. Diponegoro University.



  • There are currently no refbacks.

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.