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A Study on the Provision of Setting Permitted Building Use in Land Use Zone

Kim Sangjo 1 Kim Dongkun 1 Lee Sunyong 1

1국토연구원

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ABSTRACT

Building permission criteria by land use zone in Korea has been modified and changed with time and the change has made the zoning system distorted. This study started with critical thought that consistent basic principles for building permission criteria are needed although building structure types permitted in land use zone could be changed and modified according to contemporary paradigm of urban planning. The theoretical research concluded that the acceptance degree of the elements of planning (inducement coefficient of infrastructure, effects on the landscape and scenery, level of waste emission, and etc.) has to be considered before determining the division of zoning. Using data analysis, these elements were classified into 5 levels according to their degree of effects on the environment. Furthermore, the acceptable degree of the effects on the environment corresponding to each zoning was classified into 5 levels through expert survey. Ultimately, by matching the structures within the acceptance degree of the zoning, qualitative judgments were avoided as much as possible in determining the structures permitted per zoning. It would be reasonable to show the gap, because the result of this study is schematic and normative, so government policy should fill in the gap. Therefore, if government policies control the level of regulation as this study shows, they would achieve their goals within a range of principles.

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