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The Institutional Improvement Measures for Revitalization ofSmall-Scale Housing Improvement Project

  • Public Land Law Review
  • Abbr : KPLLR
  • 2020, 90(), pp.23-46
  • Publisher : Korean Public Land Law Association
  • Research Area : Social Science > Law
  • Received : May 1, 2020
  • Accepted : May 22, 2020
  • Published : May 25, 2020

Pilkyu Cho 1 Kim, Eun-You 2

1한국토지주택공사 토지주택연구원
2법무법인 강산

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ABSTRACT

In addition to the critical perception on the “Urban Improvement Project”, the real estate policies to prevent the skyrocketing housing prices and to restrict it has been strongly enforced. Especially, the government enacted the new law, “Act on Special Cases Concerning Un-occupied House or Small-Scale Housing Improvement“ in order to supply enough housing in the city-center and to improve the residential environment of old residential areas through the promotion of the “Small-Scale Housing Improvement Project.” At the same time, the government has implemented various institutional improvements for promoting housing supply in the inner city. Analyzing on the characteristics of these institutional improvements, it is mainly focused on the conditions and support for the project targets and the macroscopic point of view such as permitting business participation as a joint operator of public enterprise when the requirements of public purpose are met, introducing a defined equity system, supplying cheap housing, and preventing sprawling development. Of course, in the early stages of the policy, it is necessary to strengthen the characteristics as a public purpose and encourage the implementation of the project, as well as strengthen project support by deregulation of constructions. However, in order to revitalize the “Small Housing Improvement Project” in consideration of effectiveness and the perspective of the principal subjects(residents) in the future, in addition to the “Small Housing Improvement Act,” other institutional reforms related to the “Small Housing Improvement Project” should be also introduced further.

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