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A Study on Improvement Permission System of the Forest Land Use Conversion

  • Public Land Law Review
  • Abbr : KPLLR
  • 2011, 52(), pp.71-92
  • Publisher : Korean Public Land Law Association
  • Research Area : Social Science > Law

김명엽 1

1건국대학교

Accredited

ABSTRACT

As people live in comfortable in 21th century, the demand for houses and rest areas where a pleasant environment is provided is growing. Forest resources as environmental resources can be subdivided into the functions of land preservation and the form of land. Korea is a small country in size and 2/3 of Korean territory consists of mountain areas so in terms of land resources, how to utilize mountain areas is very important. Due to the continuous economic development plan for the last 40 years, population and industry have entered to metropolitan areas. Under the present forest land use system, there is all the difference of land price between the forests for conservation and development. In consequence it could be resulted that the reserved forests lower than semi-reserved forests in the price are increased into utilization for another purpose. There is necessary that the forest land use system must be made out a map of the forest land classification on the ground of the appreciation of various functions, considering the site environment and social and economic condition for the effective use of forest land related to the characteristics of region. To prevent potential errors within the classification process, the areas that were classified as non-mountainous districts by the current forest types were removed. The solution in the matter of simplifying the procedure of using mountain areas and development system is that allowing only one regulation to have an effect on the mountain areas when that areas are regulated by many regulations. Consideration should be given to an exceptional case that any facility of public benefit profitable to forest should be allowed to be set up along the slope of 25 degree or up. Restriction to neighboring area development should be tenttive at the most of and private property should not be placed under undue restriction by local authority. The result of prior thesis indicated that the standards related to the connection development restriction and the height of the first berm were underrated in most of evaluation factors. The land use conversion also have a low propriety or applicability due to their vagueness. evaluation fators considered in this study seems to be effective to verify the problems of forest land use conversion.

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