PERUBAHAN PENGGUNAAN LAHAN DI SEKITAR PASAR MENANGA, KARANGASEM, BALI
Menanga Village is one of the environmental service centers that functions as a center for industrial and service activities that serve the sub-district scale and its accompanying villages. The village market of Menanga is the center of environmental-scale economic activity. Various facilities are located around the Menanga Market, including sub-district offices, village offices, banks, shops, restaurants, health centers, and type C terminals. Some of the effects that occur are the high demand for land for settlement activities as well as trade and services resulting in changes in land use. This research aims to know and interpret in-depth how the pattern of land-use changes in the area around the Menanga Market and the factors that influence it. The benefits of this research are so that the community knows the pattern of land-use changes that occur and for the government to plan to control land conversion in the center of economic activity. The research method uses mixed methods with data collection techniques using field observations and interviews and using data analysis techniques with descriptive and overlay analysis. The results of this study are 1) Changes in land use from undeveloped to built with trends tend to be in the west and southwest of the Menanga Market, changes in the use of built land for trading and service facilities, and changes in non-built land into trade and services located spread on the main road around the Menanga Market. 2) The factors that influence changes in land use and building utilization around the Menanga Market are the increasing community economy, the increasing need for land for settlements, the main road, the existence of the Wonga market as a village economic center, roads that connect to tourism sites, various socio-economic activities around the land, population density in the area around the Menanga Market.