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Measures to Enhance the Effectiveness of the Residents' Listening System When Planning Development

  • Public Land Law Review
  • Abbr : KPLLR
  • 2020, 91(), pp.41-58
  • Publisher : Korean Public Land Law Association
  • Research Area : Social Science > Law
  • Received : July 31, 2020
  • Accepted : August 21, 2020
  • Published : August 27, 2020

Park, Joo-Sun 1 Jang Kyo-Sik 2

1수원시의회
2건국대학교

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ABSTRACT

There are quite a few relevant laws that require people to listen to the opinions of interested parties in the course of the development plan of Korea's national territory. This is because the development process of the land often violates or restricts the property rights of interested parties, causing social conflicts and many complaints. In order to resolve such conflicts in advance, public hearings, public hearings, and public announcements are required to be announced at least once to daily newspapers, which are the main areas of supply, by 14 days prior to the scheduled date of holding public hearings, and the public announcement is guaranteed to be made on the websites of two or more daily newspapers and the cities, cities, cities, or counties, so that residents can access the plans for more than 14 days. The legally guaranteed system, however, not only does it not know this fact from stakeholders, but even the presented opinions are not accepted as unilateral handling of the planning body, which implies many elements of property rights infringement. This study suggests the following improvements: First, the current method of public announcement is to raise awareness of public announcement through SMS, Kakao Talk, and e-mail, and secondly, the public announcement is strengthened to the land owner who is directly subject to public notice by dividing the residents who are subject to hearing opinions into landowners and simple residents. Finally, the government sought to ensure that public notices that had been restricted from time to time could be checked on a regular basis. It is hoped that this will be a true system of residents' participation, such as the process of listening to residents' opinions, which has been regarded as a formal procedure.

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