In order to derive problems with the housing tenant compensation system of the current redevelopment project and analyze the improvement plan empirically from January 10, 2020 to March 30, 2020, a survey was conducted jointly with Konkuk University's Urban Administrative Research Institute on redevelopment members, tenants, government officials, experts, designers, and contractors.
According to the analysis, the biggest problems of the housing tenant compensation system for redevelopment projects were the lack of public role and management (average 3.61), lack of information disclosure (average 3.31), absence of measures such as temporary migrant facilities (average 3.22), deprivation of opportunities to participate in the tenant project process (average 3.17), and low compensation amount (average 3.16).
As a specific problem with the system, tenants recognized the "low compensation amount" as the largest (4.53) while union members (1.91) and suppliers (2.35) were the lowest. It is analyzed that tenants are dissatisfied with the current housing tenant compensation system, and members recognize it as a burden. In addition, public officials were the least aware of "public roles and lack of management," while union members (3.87), suppliers (3.80), and experts (3.73) were the highest problems, and tenants were also recognized at a high level (4.36). It was analyzed that all groups, except public officials, demanded a public role in the housing tenant compensation system.
As can be seen in the analysis of job-specific perceptions of problems with the housing tenant compensation system in redevelopment projects, tenants are dissatisfied with the "low compensation amount" (4.53), while union members (1.91) and suppliers (2.35) recognize it as a burden, requiring appropriate compromises and solutions.
As a result of the empirical analysis of the improvement of the redevelopment housing tenant compensation system, there is a need to improve the housing tenant compensation system (3.05), and the important improvements are "increase the role of the public" (3.66), "expansion of information disclosure to housing tenants" (3.29), "preparation of relocation measures such as temporary facilities" (3.14), and "expanding opportunities for participation in the tax collector's business" (3.13).
The key tasks of improving the housing tenant compensation system can be summarized as the need to increase the role of the public and increase the amount of compensation. The group of suppliers (3.84) recognized the increase in public role, and the group of members (3.89), tenants (4.36), and experts (3.74) recognized the increase in public role to the highest level. Therefore, it is necessary to expand the role and organization of the current Urban Dispute Mediation Committee and to effectively improve the mediation procedures and adjustment period, and strengthen the public role by actively intervening in disputes and conflicts in redevelopment projects. In addition, as suggested by the expert group (48.1%) and the partner group (46.2%) in the empirical survey analysis, it is reasonable to revise the plan to create a tenant measure for the purpose of using the readjustment fund under Article 126 (3) of the Urban Renewal Act by paying 50 percent of the public using the union's project cost and urban readjustment fund.