Proposal Documents

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Briefing Document Proposal

Enterprise

1. Form

Form using the format as set out in this guide which contains : the identity of the proposer and the proposed SEZ, local government support, location, layout, SEZ development plans, and potential investors.

Forms can be either handwritten or printed and must be signed as well as stamped by the proposer.

 

2. The power of attorney authorization (if the proposer is a consortium)

Power of attorney authorization refers to the format specified in the guidelines which includes, amongst others things: the identity of the members of the consortium, an agreement for the proposed SEZ, plan designation Enterprises and the rights and obligations of members of the consortium and the rights and obligations of the proxy consortium.

A power of attorney authorization can be either handwritten or printed and needs to be signed by all members of the consortium.

 

3. Deed Enterprises

A photocopy of Deed Enterprises that must have been validated by a competent authority.

4. An audited financial profile of the last 3 (three) years

An audited inancial reports of the last 3 (three) years , or in the case of a new company, the audited financial profile of the least 3 (three) years from the shareholders except for State-Owned Enterprises and Regional Owned Enterprises.
In the event that the proposer is a consortium, an audited financial profile of the last 3 (three) years from each member of the consortium.

5. Approval from the district / city government associated with the location of the proposed SEZ

Letter of approval request submitted by business entities needs to include:

a) Statement of SEZ location adhering to the Regional Spatial Plan (RTRW)accompanied with local regulations (regulations) are set. In the event that the proposed location is located in more than one district / city, then it must adhere to the spatial planning for each district / city, as well as local regulations. In the event that regulations are still in the process of adjustment, attaching a statement of the substance of the approval of National Spatial Planning Coordinating Agency.

b) Government Commitment district / city regarding incentive plan in the form of exemption or reduction of local taxes and levies as well as ease.

 

 

6. A statement regarding the ownership of the equity value of at least 30% (thirty percent) of the investment value of the proposed SEZ development

Affidavit includes among others: the company’s capital (in the form of cash, deposits, land and buildings or other movable goods), an affidavit completed either handwritten or printed and signed by the proposer who glued the stamp to taste

 

7. Description of the proposed SEZ development plan

Description of the proposed SEZ development plan at least contain plans and financing sources as well as the schedule for SEZ development.

a) The plan includes activities to be developed, stages of development, zoning, infrastructure development.

b) Sources of funding must include a financing plan and the schedule of expenditure of funds.

c) Schedule SEZ development, which includes: land acquisition and implementation of physical development. Construction of SEZ should be ready for operation within 3 years after the establishment of the SEZ.

8. The detailed map as well as the development site of the proposed SEZ area

What is meant by “a detailed map of the location” is a map that includes the delineation (the boundaries of the region), wide area, and can show the access location of the proposed SEZ.

9. The plan designated space on the location of the SEZ which is equipped with zoning regulations

a) The proposed location for the SEZ has to load recana zoning.

b) Plan of arrangement of the characteristics of each zone.

Economic and financial viability 10.Studi a) the economic feasibility study

Economic feasibility studies provide information on the analysis of costs and benefits with and without the development of SEZ.

Component analysis of the direct and indirect costs consist of:

1) Cost of Pre-Investment;

2) The cost of land acquisition;

3) The cost of building;

4) The cost of operation and maintenance; and

5) The cost to the government.

Component analysis of direct and indirect benefits with and without the presence of Special Economic Zones

1) Improvement of National Revenue and Regional;

2) Mining or foreign exchange savings;

3) Addition of employment; and

4) Increase in income taxes. b) financial feasibility study
Financial feasibility studies provide information on the analysis of the needs of SEZ development costs, income from SEZ development, and profitability.

Assumptions in the calculation of cost requirements include:

1) The percentage of the cost of the design and feasibility study of the total investment;

2) The land area;

3) The net area of ​​land that can be leased;

4) The volume of excavation / embankment;

5) Market price of land acquisition;

6) The cost of relocation of residents;

7) Taxes;

8) Phasing development;

9) Source of financing: the percentage of loans and equity;

10) The rate of interest (if there is a source of financing of the loan);

11) The period of repayment; and

12) The rate of interest during the construction period.

Capital costs (capital expenditure / capex) include:

1) Cost of Pre-Investment;

2) The cost of land acquisition;

3) The cost of land preparation, construction of infrastructure and public facilities;

4) The cost of equipment purchases.

5) The cost of building physical structures (for rent); Operating costs (operating expenditure / opex) include:

a) The cost of loan repayment (principal and interest);

b) The cost of labor;

c) Cost of sale;

d) Cost of operation and maintenance; and

e) Cost of services concerned (electricity, water, security, garbage, sewage, and so on).

Capital structure or the financial resources consist of:

1) The amount of equity; and

2) The amount of the loan.

Other things to note:

1) Market Analysis

An overview of potential domestic and international markets to absorb the products to be produced, an overview of competitors in the future, and analysis of market segmentation, and positioning the business to be developed.

2) Land Marketing Scheme

Includes a variety of options, such as: long-term land leases, short-term land lease, rental factory building, office building rental

3) Revenue

Assuming the size of the planned increase in rental rates on a regular basis which is revenue for developers.

4) Phasing Plan

Phasing plan development with the respective land area in each stage.

5) The structure of Public Private Partnership.
Feasibility analysis simulated the base case, optimistic, and pessimistic, with the financial feasibility analysis methods:

a) Financial Internal Rate of Return (FIRR);

b) Financial Net Present Value (FNPV);

c) Debt Service Coverage Ratio (DSCR); and

d) Project Loan Life Coverage Ratio (PLLCR).

Risk analysis (external and internal) and risk management. Analysis of sensitivity to potential risks.

11. Plans and financing sources

a) The allocation of financing for the construction and operation of SEZ
by stage of development.

b) Sources of financing on internal financing (state budget, budget, etc.) and external (loan, bond, PPP, etc.).

12. Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) in accordance with the provisions of the legislation

a) In the case of the proposed SEZ in the form of a business plan and / or new activities and / or regional plans, it shall include environmental documents (EIA and / or Environmental Management Plan / Environmental Monitoring Effort (UKL / UPL) which has been approved / endorsed by officials authorized in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.

b) In the case of the proposed SEZ is a business and / or activity and / or region that has been running / operation can only be set as KEK if you already have environmental documents that have been approved / endorsed by the competent authorities for not changing the design, location, capacity, raw material.

c) The submission of the proposed SEZ can be done in parallel with the environmental permit application process. However, the establishment of SEZ proposals referred to the decision can only be made after a feasibility environmental permits issued.

13. Proposed period of SEZ operation and strategic plan development
KEK

Timed operation of SEZ is the period of validity of SEZ
since the determination.

SEZ development strategic plan includes among others phasing of development, operation and management of KEK.

Duration and SEZ development strategic plan can be sampled from the economic and financial feasibility study

14. Location permit

Location permit is required in terms of the land to be used for KEK is not owned or controlled by the proposer. To the land that had been owned or controlled by the proposer evidenced by the evidence of land rights (Hak Guna Bangunan or leasehold).

Location permit issued by the district / city after securing technical consideration of the local Land Office and in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.

15. Determination of the location or proof of land rights

Determination of the location is required in the case of land to be used for KEK is not owned or controlled by the proposer. To the land that had been owned or controlled by the proposer evidenced by the evidence of land rights (Rights Management, Broking, or leasehold).

Location determination issued by the district / city after securing technical consideration of the local Land Office and in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.

16. Recommendations of the authority managing the support infrastructure

Recommendations are given in the form of a letter from the authority managing the infrastructure needed in the development of the SEZ include: electricity, gas, water, waste management, ports, airports, telecommunications

 

17. Commitment to carry out the construction and management of KEK

Undertaking stated in an affidavit that contains, among others:
identity of the proposer, the statement ability to conduct land acquisition, building and managing KEK

 

18. Commitments district / city government related incentive plan and ease

Commitment of district / city government made in the form of a memorandum of understanding between the district / city governments and parliaments of districts / cities which includes, among others:

a) incentive plan in the form of exemption or reduction of local taxes and levies;

b) provision of the budget;

c) ease of servicing (One Stop)

In the case of exemption incentives or tax breaks and levies areas have been established in the local legislation, then local legislation referred to is the commitment of the district / city.

 

Regency / City

1. Form

Forms using the format as set out in this guide which contains among other things: the identity of the proposer and the proposed SEZ, local government support, location, layout, SEZ development plans, and potential investors.

Forms completed either handwritten or printed and signed by the proposer who glued the stamp sufficiently.

 

2. Description of the proposed SEZ development plan

Description of the proposed SEZ development plan at least contain plans and financing sources as well as the schedule for SEZ development.

a) The plan includes activities to be developed, stages of development, zoning, infrastructure development.

b) Sources of funding must include a financing plan and the schedule of expenditure of funds.

c) Schedule SEZ development, which includes: land acquisition and implementation of physical development. Construction of SEZ should be ready for operation within 3 years after the establishment of the SEZ.

3. The detailed map as well as the development site of the proposed SEZ area

What is meant by “a detailed map of the location” is a map that includes the delineation (the boundaries of the region), wide area, and can show the access location of the proposed SEZ.

4. Plan designated space on the location of the SEZ which is equipped with zoning regulations

a) The proposed location for the SEZ has to load recana zoning.

b) Plan of arrangement of the characteristics of each zone.

5. The economic and financial feasibility study a) the economic feasibility study

Economic feasibility studies provide information on the analysis of costs and benefits with and without the development of SEZ.

Component analysis of the direct and indirect costs consist of:

1) Cost of Pre-Investment;

2) The cost of land acquisition;

3) The cost of building;

4) The cost of operation and maintenance; and

5) The cost to the government.

Component analysis of direct and indirect benefits with and without the presence of Special Economic Zones

1) Improvement of National Revenue and Regional;

2) Mining or foreign exchange savings;

3) Addition of employment; and

4) Increase in income taxes. b) financial feasibility study
Financial feasibility studies provide information on the analysis of the needs of SEZ development costs, income from SEZ development, and profitability.

Assumptions in the calculation of cost requirements include:

1) The percentage of the cost of the design and feasibility study of the total investment;

2) The land area;

3) The net area of ​​land that can be leased;

4) The volume of excavation / embankment;

5) Market price of land acquisition;

6) The cost of relocation of residents;

7) Taxes;

8) Phasing development;

9) Source of financing: the percentage of loans and equity;

10) The rate of interest (if there is a source of financing of the loan);

11) The period of repayment; and

12) The rate of interest during the construction period.

Capital costs (capital expenditure / capex) include:

1) Cost of Pre-Investment;

2) The cost of land acquisition;

3) The cost of land preparation, construction of infrastructure and public facilities;

4) The cost of equipment purchases.

5) The cost of building physical structures (for rent); Operating costs (operating expenditure / opex) include:

a) The cost of loan repayment (principal and interest);

b) The cost of labor;

c) Cost of sale;

d) Cost of operation and maintenance; and

e) Cost of services concerned (electricity, water, security, garbage, sewage, and so on).

Capital structure or the financial resources consist of:

1) The amount of equity; and

2) The amount of the loan.

Other things to note:

1) Market Analysis

An overview of potential domestic and international markets to absorb the products to be produced, an overview of competitors in the future, and analysis of market segmentation, and positioning the business to be developed.

2) Land Marketing Scheme

Includes a variety of options, such as: long-term land leases, short-term land lease, rental factory building, office building rental

3) Revenue

Assuming the size of the planned increase in rental rates on a regular basis which is revenue for developers.

4) Phasing Plan

Phasing plan development with the respective land area in each stage.

5) The structure of Public Private Partnership.
Feasibility analysis simulated the base case, optimistic, and pessimistic, with the financial feasibility analysis methods:

a) Financial Internal Rate of Return (FIRR);

b) Financial Net Present Value (FNPV);

c) Debt Service Coverage Ratio (DSCR); and

d) Project Loan Life Coverage Ratio (PLLCR).

Risk analysis (external and internal) and risk management. Analysis of sensitivity to potential risks.

6. Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) in accordance with the provisions of the legislation

a) In the case of the proposed SEZ in the form of a business plan and / or new activities and / or regional plans, it shall include environmental documents (EIA and / or Environmental Management Plan / Environmental Monitoring Effort (UKL / UPL) which has been approved / endorsed by officials authorized in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.

b) In the case of the proposed SEZ is a business and / or activity and / or region that has been running / operation can only be set as KEK if you already have environmental documents that have been approved / endorsed by the competent authorities for not changing the design, location, capacity, raw material.

c) The submission of the proposed SEZ can be done in parallel with the environmental permit application process. However, the establishment of SEZ proposals referred to the decision can only be made after a feasibility environmental permits issued.

7. The proposed period of operation of SEZ and strategic plan development
KEK

Timed operation of SEZ is the period of validity of SEZ
since the determination.

SEZ development strategic plan includes among others phasing of development, operation and management of KEK.

Duration and SEZ development strategic plan can be sampled from the economic and financial feasibility study

8. Determination of the location or proof of land rights

Determination of the location is required in the case of land to be used for KEK is not owned or controlled by the proposer. To the land that had been owned or controlled by the proposer evidenced by the evidence of land rights (Rights Management, Broking, or leasehold).

Location determination issued by the district / city after securing technical consideration of the local Land Office and in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.

9. Recommendations of the authority managing the support infrastructure

Recommendations are given in the form of a letter from the authority managing the infrastructure needed in the development of the SEZ include: electricity, gas, water, waste management, ports, airports, telecommunications

 

10. Commitment to carry out the construction and management of KEK

Undertaking stated in an affidavit that contains, among others:
identity of the proposer, the statement ability to conduct land acquisition, building and managing KEK

 

11. Commitments district / city government related incentive plan and ease

Commitment of district / city government made in the form of a memorandum of understanding between the district / city governments and parliaments of districts / cities which includes, among others:

a) incentive plan in the form of exemption or reduction of local taxes and levies;

b) provision of the budget;

c) ease of servicing (One Stop)

In the case of exemption incentives or tax breaks and levies areas have been established in the local legislation, then local legislation referred to is the commitment of the district / city.

 

 

province

1. Form

Forms using the format as set out in this guide which contains among other things: the identity of the proposer and the proposed SEZ, local government support, location, layout, SEZ development plans, and potential investors.

Forms completed either handwritten or printed and signed by the proposer who glued the stamp sufficiently.

 

2. Approval of the district / city associated with the location of the proposed SEZ

Letter of approval request submitted by the province include:

a) Statement of SEZ location in accordance with the Spatial Plan (RTRW) district / city accompanied with local regulations (regulations) are set. In terms of the location of the proposed SEZ inter-district / city then proposed location must be in accordance with the Spatial each district / city, along with local regulations. In terms of the regulations are still in the process of adjustment, attaching a statement of the substance of the approval of National Spatial Planning Coordinating Agency.

b) Government Commitment district / city regarding incentive plan in the form of exemption or reduction of local taxes and levies as well as ease.

 

 

3. Description of the proposed SEZ development plan

Description of the proposed SEZ development plan at least contain plans and financing sources as well as the schedule for SEZ development.

a) The plan includes activities to be developed, stages of development, zoning, infrastructure development.

b) Sources of funding must include a financing plan and the schedule of expenditure of funds.

c) Schedule SEZ development, which includes: land acquisition and implementation of physical development. Construction of SEZ should be ready for operation within 3 years after the establishment of the SEZ.

4. The detailed map as well as the development site of the proposed SEZ area

What is meant by “a detailed map of the location” is a map that includes the delineation (the boundaries of the region), wide area, and can show the location of the SEZ proposed access ..

5. Plan designated space on the location of the SEZ which is equipped with zoning regulations

a) The proposed location for the SEZ has to load recana zoning.

b) Plan of arrangement of the characteristics of each zone.

6. The economic and financial feasibility study a) the economic feasibility study

Economic feasibility studies provide information on the analysis of costs and benefits with and without the development of SEZ.

Component analysis of the direct and indirect costs consist of:

1) Cost of Pre-Investment;

2) The cost of land acquisition;

3) The cost of building;

4) The cost of operation and maintenance; and

5) The cost to the government.

Component analysis of direct and indirect benefits with and without the presence of Special Economic Zones

1) Improvement of National Revenue and Regional;

2) Mining or foreign exchange savings;

3) Addition of employment; and

4) Increase in income taxes. b) financial feasibility study
Financial feasibility studies provide information on the analysis of the needs of SEZ development costs, income from SEZ development, and profitability.

Assumptions in the calculation of cost requirements include:

1) The percentage of the cost of the design and feasibility study of the total investment;

2) The land area;

3) The net area of ​​land that can be leased;

4) The volume of excavation / embankment;

5) Market price of land acquisition;

6) The cost of relocation of residents;

7) Taxes;

8) Phasing development;

9) Source of financing: the percentage of loans and equity;

10) The rate of interest (if there is a source of financing of the loan);

11) The period of repayment; and

12) The rate of interest during the construction period.

Capital costs (capital expenditure / capex) include:

1) Cost of Pre-Investment;

2) The cost of land acquisition;

3) The cost of land preparation, construction of infrastructure and public facilities;

4) The cost of equipment purchases.

5) The cost of building physical structures (for rent); Operating costs (operating expenditure / opex) include:

a) The cost of loan repayment (principal and interest);

b) The cost of labor;

c) Cost of sale;

d) Cost of operation and maintenance; and

e) Cost of services concerned (electricity, water, security, garbage, sewage, and so on).

Capital structure or the financial resources consist of:

1) The amount of equity; and

2) The amount of the loan.

Other things to note:

1) Market Analysis

An overview of potential domestic and international markets to absorb the products to be produced, an overview of competitors in the future, and analysis of market segmentation, and positioning the business to be developed.

2) Land Marketing Scheme

Includes a variety of options, such as: long-term land leases, short-term land lease, rental factory building, office building rental

3) Revenue

Assuming the size of the planned increase in rental rates on a regular basis which is revenue for developers.

4) Phasing Plan

Phasing plan development with the respective land area in each stage.

5) The structure of Public Private Partnership.
Feasibility analysis simulated the base case, optimistic, and pessimistic, with the financial feasibility analysis methods:

a) Financial Internal Rate of Return (FIRR);

b) Financial Net Present Value (FNPV);

c) Debt Service Coverage Ratio (DSCR); and

d) Project Loan Life Coverage Ratio (PLLCR).

Risk analysis (external and internal) and risk management. Analysis of sensitivity to potential risks.

7. Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) in accordance with the provisions of the legislation

a) In the case of the proposed SEZ in the form of a business plan and / or new activities and / or regional plans, it shall include environmental documents (EIA and / or Environmental Management Plan / Environmental Monitoring Effort (UKL / UPL) which has been approved / endorsed by officials authorized in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.

b) In the case of the proposed SEZ is a business and / or activity and / or region that has been running / operation can only be set as KEK if you already have environmental documents that have been approved / endorsed by the competent authorities for not changing the design, location, capacity, raw material.

c) The submission of the proposed SEZ can be done in parallel with the environmental permit application process. However, the establishment of SEZ proposals referred to the decision can only be made after a feasibility environmental permits issued.

8. Proposed period of SEZ operation and strategic plan development
KEK

Timed operation of SEZ is the period of validity of SEZ
since the determination.

SEZ development strategic plan includes among others phasing of development, operation and management of KEK.

Duration and SEZ development strategic plan can be sampled from the economic and financial feasibility study

9. Determination of the location or proof of land rights

Determination of the location is required in the case of land to be used for KEK is not owned or controlled by the proposer. To the land that had been owned or controlled by the proposer evidenced by the evidence of land rights (Rights Management, Broking, or leasehold).

Location determination issued by the district / city after securing technical consideration of the local Land Office and in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.

10. Recommendations of the authority managing the support infrastructure

Recommendations are given in the form of a letter from the authority managing the infrastructure needed in the development of the SEZ include: electricity, gas, water, waste management, ports, airports, telecommunications

 

11. Commitment to carry out the construction and management of KEK

Undertaking stated in an affidavit that contains, among others:
identity of the proposer, the statement ability to conduct land acquisition, building and managing KEK

 

12. Commitments district / city government related incentive plan and ease

Commitment of district / city government made in the form of a memorandum of understanding between the district / city governments and parliaments of districts / cities which includes, among others:

a) incentive plan in the form of exemption or reduction of local taxes and levies;

b) provision of the budget;

c) ease of servicing (One Stop)

In the case of exemption incentives or tax breaks and levies areas have been established in the local legislation, then local legislation referred to is the commitment of the district / city.

 

Ministry / LPNK

1. Form

Forms using the format as set out in this guide which contains among other things: the identity of the proposer and the proposed SEZ, local government support, location, layout, SEZ development plans, and potential investors.

Forms completed either handwritten or printed and signed by the proposer who glued the stamp sufficiently.

 

2. Description of the proposed SEZ development plan

Description of the proposed SEZ development plan at least contain plans and financing sources as well as the schedule for SEZ development.

a) The plan includes activities to be developed, stages of development, zoning, infrastructure development.

b) Sources of funding must include a financing plan and the schedule of expenditure of funds.

c) Schedule SEZ development, which includes: land acquisition and implementation of physical development. Construction of SEZ should be ready for operation within 3 years after the establishment of the SEZ.

3. The detailed map as well as the development site of the proposed SEZ area

What is meant by “a detailed map of the location” is a map that includes the delineation (the boundaries of the region), wide area, and can show the access location of the proposed SEZ.

4. Plan designated space on the location of the SEZ which is equipped with zoning regulations

a) The proposed location for the SEZ has to load recana zoning.

b) Plan of arrangement of the characteristics of each zone.

5. The economic and financial feasibility study a) the economic feasibility study

Economic feasibility studies provide information on the analysis of costs and benefits with and without the development of SEZ.

Component analysis of the direct and indirect costs consist of:

1) Cost of Pre-Investment;

2) The cost of land acquisition;

3) The cost of building;

4) The cost of operation and maintenance; and

5) The cost to the government.

Component analysis of direct and indirect benefits with and without the presence of Special Economic Zones

1) Improvement of National Revenue and Regional;

2) Mining or foreign exchange savings;

3) Addition of employment; and

4) Increase in income taxes. b) financial feasibility study
Financial feasibility studies provide information on the analysis of the needs of SEZ development costs, income from SEZ development, and profitability.

Assumptions in the calculation of cost requirements include:

1) The percentage of the cost of the design and feasibility study of the total investment;

2) The land area;

3) The net area of ​​land that can be leased;

4) The volume of excavation / embankment;

5) Market price of land acquisition;

6) The cost of relocation of residents;

7) Taxes;

8) Phasing development;

9) Source of financing: the percentage of loans and equity;

10) The rate of interest (if there is a source of financing of the loan);

11) The period of repayment; and

12) The rate of interest during the construction period.

Capital costs (capital expenditure / capex) include:

1) Cost of Pre-Investment;

2) The cost of land acquisition;

3) The cost of land preparation, construction of infrastructure and public facilities;

4) The cost of equipment purchases.

5) The cost of building physical structures (for rent); Operating costs (operating expenditure / opex) include:

a) The cost of loan repayment (principal and interest);

b) The cost of labor;

c) Cost of sale;

d) Cost of operation and maintenance; and

e) Cost of services concerned (electricity, water, security, garbage, sewage, and so on).

Capital structure or the financial resources consist of:

1) The amount of equity; and

2) The amount of the loan.

Other things to note:

1) Market Analysis

An overview of potential domestic and international markets to absorb the products to be produced, an overview of competitors in the future, and analysis of market segmentation, and positioning the business to be developed.

2) Land Marketing Scheme

Includes a variety of options, such as: long-term land leases, short-term land lease, rental factory building, office building rental

3) Revenue

Assuming the size of the planned increase in rental rates on a regular basis which is revenue for developers.

4) Phasing Plan

Phasing plan development with the respective land area in each stage.

5) The structure of Public Private Partnership.
Feasibility analysis simulated the base case, optimistic, and pessimistic, with the financial feasibility analysis methods:

a) Financial Internal Rate of Return (FIRR);

b) Financial Net Present Value (FNPV);

c) Debt Service Coverage Ratio (DSCR); and

d) Project Loan Life Coverage Ratio (PLLCR).

Risk analysis (external and internal) and risk management. Analysis of sensitivity to potential risks.

6. Plan and sources of financing

a) The allocation of financing for the construction and operation of SEZ
by stage of development.

b) Sources of financing on internal financing (state budget, budget, etc.) and external (loan, bond, PPP, etc.).

7. Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) in accordance with the provisions of the legislation

a) In the case of the proposed SEZ in the form of a business plan and / or new activities and / or regional plans, it shall include environmental documents (EIA and / or Environmental Management Plan / Environmental Monitoring Effort (UKL / UPL) which has been approved / endorsed by officials authorized in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.

b) In the case of the proposed SEZ is a business and / or activity and / or region that has been running / operation can only be set as KEK if you already have environmental documents that have been approved / endorsed by the competent authorities for not changing the design, location, capacity, raw material.

c) The submission of the proposed SEZ can be done in parallel with the environmental permit application process. However, the establishment of SEZ proposals referred to the decision can only be made after a feasibility environmental permits issued.

8. Proposed period of SEZ operation and strategic plan development
KEK

Timed operation of SEZ is the period of validity of SEZ
since the determination.

SEZ development strategic plan includes among others phasing of development, operation and management of KEK.

Duration and SEZ development strategic plan can be sampled from the economic and financial feasibility study

9. Determination of the location or proof of land rights

Determination of the location is required in the case of land to be used for KEK is not owned or controlled by the proposer. To the land that had been owned or controlled by the proposer evidenced by the evidence of land rights (Rights Management, Broking, or leasehold).

Location determination issued by the district / city after securing technical consideration of the local Land Office and in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.

10. The commitment of district / city administration plan related to incentives and facilities

Commitment of district / city government made in the form of a memorandum of understanding between the district / city governments and parliaments of districts / cities which includes, among others:

a) incentive plan in the form of exemption or reduction of local taxes and levies;

b) provision of the budget;

c) ease of servicing (One Stop)

In the case of exemption incentives or tax breaks and levies areas have been established in the local legislation, then local legislation referred to is the commitment of the district / city.