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The Effect on the Floor Area Ratio Incentive System for Resident Promotion in the City Center

채성주 1 YOON, Sang-bok 2

1부산발전연구원
2동의대학교

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ABSTRACT

The Nagoya in Japan introduced special districts, ‘the Special District for Restriction Use on Upper Floors’ with the object of housing supply at city center and increasing the number of resident population by deregulation on the floor area ratio of residential buildings. By the system, the designated floor area ration is loosened from 400% to 500%, and floor more than five stories of buildings are restricted to residential use. This study intends to examine the effect of the system that has been introduced for housing supply and increasing of resident population, and providing basic information to promote the city center residence in the future. This study analyzes the effect of the system in two aspects, which are ① change in residential use, and ② intensive land use available with the loosening of floor area ratio. In analyzing the case this study investigates the change of floor area in the study districts and the change of floor area by use. Also it examines how effective the incentive of floor area ratio under the system has been based on the change of floor area ratio of apartments built after 1996. The analysis results show the effect has appeared after introduction of the system from a viewpoint of the housing supply and the efficient use of floor area ratio.

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