• I Kadek Adi Mahardika
  • Ni. G. A. Diah Ambarwati Kardinal Program Studi Perencanaan Wilayah dan Kota, Fakultas Teknik, Universitas Hindu Indonesia
  • I Nyoman Sukamara Program Studi Perencanaan Wilayah dan Kota, Fakultas Teknik, Universitas Hindu Indonesia


Catur Village is one of the villages in Bangli Regency which has potential in the agricultural sector. Catur Village has been designated as one of the agropolitan areas. This is a potential in itself as well as a challenge for all related parties to continue to develop this area, so that existing resources can be utilized optimally so that the objectives of developing an agropolitan area can be achieved. The purpose of this study is to identify the conditions of infrastructure provision and evaluate the availability of infrastructure in the development of the Catur Agropolitan Area in Bangli Regency. The benefits of this academic research are expected to be secondary information and data material for other academic activities who will carry out research with the same case or focus on the availability of agropolitan area infrastructure and practical benefits are expected to provide information and input materials to the relevant agencies or agencies, private sector and community in providing agricultural infrastructure for the development of agropolitan areas. Methods and techniques of data collection in this study is to use primary data collection and secondary data. This study uses a qualitative-quantitative or known as  mixed methods , which is a research method by combining two research methods at once, so that more comprehensive, valid, reliable, and objective data will be obtained. Based on the results of the analysis, the condition of the processing industry is very good for the road network, markets, terminals, electricity grids, telecommunications in good condition and poor farming road conditions, while the evaluation of the availability of chess agropolitan infrastructure based on the results of the scoring analysis is in the "good" category.