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A Study on the Improvement of the Land Use Regulation According to the Introduction of the Total Pollution Load Management System in the Han River Basin

  • Public Land Law Review
  • Abbr : KPLLR
  • 2011, 54(), pp.215-243
  • Publisher : Korean Public Land Law Association
  • Research Area : Social Science > Law

Soon-Tak Suh 1 이병준 2

1서울시립대학교
2성결대학교

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ABSTRACT

Recently the Total Pollution Load Management System(TPLMS) has attracted interest from policy makers and academics in Korea. This interest raises questions about the change of land use regulation according to the introduction of the TPLMS in the Han River Basin recently. In this context, this paper aims to suggest policy implicatios of the TPLMS application to the Han River Basin in relation to land use regulation. The result of this study supply some policy applications. Firstly, target substances for water quality management should be enlarged. Secondly, overlapped land use regulations for water quality management should be integrated. Thirdly, in order to reduce non-point source pollution, environment-friendly land use and management system will be needed. Fourthly, coordination among various plans and balance between windfalls and wipe-outs by development control will be needed. Finally, in order for effective water quality management, current land use regulation system should be changed to planning permission system gradually.

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