Jakarta Council (DPRD)'s Budget Agency (Banggar) has agreed on Forestry Dept.'s proposal regarding budget for green open spaces (RTH) land procurement as much as Rp 400 billion to be added in General Budget Policies Amendment and Provisional Budget Ceiling and Priorities (KUPA-PPAS)'s Amendment 2018.
" We proposed Rp 300 billion in previous proposal budget and now we add Rp 100 billion"
Jakarta DPRD's Banggar Deputy Head, Ferrial Sofyan said, this budget could be used to realize RTH need which is targeted 57 hectares per year. Currently Forestry Dept. has freed around 24 hectares land for RTH.
"We proposed Rp 300 billion in previous proposal budget and now we add Rp 100 billion. We have agreed it thus it can be realized as target," he affirmed at Jakarta DPRD building, Thursday (9/13).
On the same location, Jakarta Forestry Dept. Head, Djafar Muclisin said, land acquisition budget for RTH will be used optimally thus his side can reach target in 2018.