BANDUNG-West Java Provincial Government (West Java Provincial Government) targets the development of infrastructure in West Java in the south in 2023.
Vice Governor of West Java, Deddy Mizwar explains, some of the infrastructure to be built in the region include hospitals, schools and basic services.
"If the big business such as tolls, airports, ports also can not be done one, two, or three years, because there must be assessment of RTRW and RDTR area," said Deddy Mizwar after attending Coordination Meeting TKPK with Kemenko Maritime in Bandung Bappeda office , Wednesday (31/1/2018)
According to Vice Governor of West Java, for the post budget for infrastructure development, his side ensured there will be a budget division either from APBD or APBN through related ministries.
"For schools, hospitals and other basic services I think will use the local budget, while for infrastructure such as airports, toll roads, ports and other infrastructure is from the center," explained Vice Governor Jabar.
Demiz greeting familiar Deddy Mizwar reveals, West Java provincial government will first see the potential in five areas covering Ciamis, Garut, Sukabumi, Cianjur and Pangandaran is very important to take precedence development.
For example there is a potential in agriculture, fisheries, tourism, trade and socio-cultural potential. So after the potential is known, the development will be targeted so that faster economic capacity increases in these areas.
"We see, fishermen, farmers they want to sell where, ultimately the price is constantly low, later after there is ease of mobility, expected to be high selling power," said Demiz.
He added that for the time required to carry out the development in these three things, namely infrastructure, socio-cultural, and economics, it is predicted to be done in the next five years.
"Means 2018-2023 lah, I think the development can be done," he concluded (MAT)