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Study of the Appropriacy of Key Plan Index Set-up in Comprehensive City Plan: Focusing on Projected Population, Planned Urbanized Area and Urban Spatial Structure

Park Jongan 1 Lee Gangyuob 1 Chai Byung Sun 1

1전북대학교

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ABSTRACT

A comprehensive city plan planned in the past years of rapid urbanization, based on increase in population, had established and used land use plan and urban spatial structure. However, as the population growth has entered a phase of stagnation and mobility among regions has also stabilized, such plan in the past needs its change. In this study, characteristics of projected population, planned urbanized area and urban spatial structure in the 82 comprehensive city plans are investigated in terms of, regions, population size, population growth trend, city types and groups. The results show that the projected population of 82 cities is excessively set up, which led to an excessive set-up of planned urbanized area and a consequent low density of population. Besides, a reckless establishment of central place caused a distortion in urban spatial structure. This will be likely to bring about insufficient use of land, increase in costs for infrastructure and city management. This study suggests a planning fitted for the characteristics of each city, plans centered on metropolitan area.

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