Indonesia Dealing with Construction Permits - Indonesia

This topic tracks the procedures, time and costs to build a warehouse—including obtaining necessary licenses and permits, completing required notifications and inspections and obtaining utility connections.

The information appearing on this page was collected as part of the Doing Business subnational project in Indonesia, which measures and compares regulations relevant to the life cycle of a small to medium-sized domestic business in cities and regions.

Data Guide

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The total number of procedures required to build a warehouse. A procedure is any interaction of the company’s employees or managers with external parties.

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Procedures (number)

The total number of days required to build a warehouse. The measure captures the median duration that local experts indicate is necessary to complete a procedure in practice.

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Time (days)

Cost is recorded as a percentage of the economy’s income per capita. Only official costs are recorded.

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Cost (% of income per capita)
Balikpapan185262.8
Banda Aceh4104266.5
Bandung8104476.5
Batam10945127.3
Denpasar17129471.4
Gorontalo20No PracticeNo PracticeNo Practice
Jakarta1913158105.3
Jambi2106832.0
Makassar11851131.5
Manado1814107100.1
Mataram12108358.4
Medan677170.3
Palangka Raya14118237.5
Palembang395750.5
Pekanbaru15108364.5
Pontianak7115932.3
Semarang8107238.6
Surabaya161111671.2
Surakarta12117141.9
Yogyakarta575185.5

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