Rajendra, Anom, Temple, Nicholas and Nicholls, Richard (2014) Renegotiating Boundaries on Bali Coastal Tourist Resorts. In: The 3rd International Conference on Sustainable Technology Development ICSTD, 30th-31st October 2014, Bali, Indonesia. (Submitted)

This paper proposes a definition and application of the territorial boundary in Bali coastal tourist resorts between private owners and public space, to overcome ongoing disputes over land ownership between privately run organisations and the state. The rationale behind this investigation is in response to significant problems in these areas arising from different interests, activities and priorities being in conflict. The investigation focuses on the territorial demarcations of beaches in which a lack of effective planning law has resulted in negative impacts on social, economic, political and environmental interests. According to recent research, the area is impacted upon by physical problems emerging not only from offshore but also on shore activities. If this problem is not properly resolved then there will be serious implications for social cohesion and environmental sustainability, adversely affecting all parties and Bali as a whole. Therefore, a review of the legal, spatial and socio-political aspects of the boundary will hopefully contribute to finding a solution to sustain the areas as the most popular tourist attractions in Bali.

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