Public Interest, Private Initiative
This publication reports on a working visit by a team of heritage experts to Indonesia. The team studied the role of private investors in the preservation of built heritage.
The Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands, Stadsherstel Amsterdam, the Conservation of Heritage Cities Programme (P3KP) and the Indonesian Ministry of Public Works joined forces to investigate the potential role of public-private partnerships (PPP) in the preservation of built heritage in towns and cities in Indonesia. This brochure is a compilation of the results. The study zoomed in specifically on the situation in the cities of Jakarta, Yogyakarta and Semarang.
Text: Peter Timmer (Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands), Hasti Tarekat (Centre for International Heritage Activities (CIE), Leiden) Punto Wijayanto (Indonesian Heritage Trust (BPPI), Jakarta, Indonesia), Rajiv Patel (City Heritage Centre (CHC), Ahmedabad, India)
Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands, 2015