The increasing of population and development activities demands the availability of land, especially land settlements and facilities are also increasing rapidly whereas the availability of land are limited. The imbalance would it enable the concentrations of settlements in some areas or regions which is will form a specific and different distribution pattern settlements. The diversity of distribution patterns of settlements are happened as a form of uneven population distribution. So that required an information regarding changes in land use and the distribution pattern of settlements in relation to land use in urban planning.This study using a remote sensing technique method and geographic information system with the interpretation of land use on Topographicmap in 1992 and SPOT Image 6 year 2014 which was then analyzed using the nearest neighbor analysis to determine the distribution pattern of settlements. Based on the data processing and result analysis obtained changes in land settlement in the district of Tembalang, Banyumanik, Gunungpati, Mijen from 1992 to 2014 change in amount of 1.466,837 hectares, while non-residential land change in amount of 2.617,194 hectares. Random distribution pattern changed in amount of 167,1764 hectares, whereas the clump distribution pattern changed in amount of 1.326,2547 hectares.