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Illegal Act and Management System within Greenbelt and Improvement of Policy

Chai Byung Sun 1 Mun Junkyoung 2 Lee, Man-Hyung 3

1전북대학교
2전북대학교 건축 · 도시공학과
3충북대학교

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ABSTRACT

Since Greenbelt was adjusted in 2000, regulations have become relaxed, resulting in an increase in illegal acts. This study aimed to analyze the change of landownership, illegal acts and management system in Greenbelt, and to suggest improvement measurement of policies based on opinions from managers. The study results showed that illegal acts were concentrated in metropolitan areas where there were high pressure of development. Due to the relaxed regulations, landownership of people from other regions has drastically increased, and there were a lot of illegal acts of changing a purpose of use from a greenhouse to a factory. It is because even if illegal acts were caught, there are more economic benefits including a rent and a land price increase than a charge for compelling the execution. As human resources and authorities for crackdown lack in the managing system, there is a limitation in the crackdown with the current system and organization. Therefore, in order to reduce illegal acts, regulations and a charge for compelling the execution should be reinforced so people would not have economic benefits from their illegal acts. Moreover, this study suggested differentiating project support depending on corrective actions and establishing an exclusive management organization for Greenbelt areas.

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