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Policy directions for Sustainable Urban Renewal Project in Korea

  • Journal of Regional Studies and Development
  • Abbr : JRSD
  • 2014, 23(2), pp.357-408
  • Publisher : Institute for Poverty Alleviation and International Development: IPAID
  • Research Area : Social Science > Area Studies > Regional Studies in general > Comparative / Statistical Regional Studies

Kang Hyun Chul 1 Kang, Byoung-Jun 2 Choi Jo Soon 1

1경기개발연구원
2한국행정연구원 국정전략연구부

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ABSTRACT

In this study we discuss from the case study approaches for sustainable urban renewal projects. Focusing on the concept and structural elements of sustainability and by using this hypothesis we conducted the cases of Myeong-dong 3rd district and Uiwang-city Ojeon-dong ma district and came up with stages that would better define sustainable urban renewal projects in korea. This study is to examine on and suggest the projects form to promote urban-renewal project smoothly. To achieve them, the main issues of urban-renewal projects which are currently promoted the various aspects and theories based on the concept and structural elements for the sustainable urban renewal projects through analysis of the case study and in-depth interview. Such as an intersection of project stakeholders and conflict causes and inspecting on the conditions and issues of the previous urban regeneration methods. Sustainable urban renewal projects in order to derive the direction conducted by the driving direction or policy implications were derived as follows. First, results of this study showed applicable possibilities of various method of urban renewal project. and the real plans for key money problem, and a system to prevent conflict and governance is required. an integrated and collaborative approach is needed for making sustainable decisions in urban renewal projects in perspective of social sustainability. Second, local government mandates in its law, ordinance, guidelines, and superordinate plans that public urban facilities of a certain scale must be donated when urban renewal projects are carried out. However, the problem is that most of the donated public facilities are concentrated on because of its dubious economic feasibility, so it should present realistic alternatives. The perception of public roles need to redefined in the process of the urban renewal projects in perspective of economic sustainability. Finally, green and environmentally friendly technology is a rapidly growing field that focuses on new technical methods that benefit the urban renewal project and redefined in institutions and policies in perspective of economic sustainability.

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