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토지이용규제체계의 개선방향(Measures for the improvement of the land use regulation system)

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Title 토지이용규제체계의 개선방향(Measures for the improvement of the land use regulation system)
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Material Type Reports
Author(Korean)

권원용

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[서울]:한국개발연구원

Date 1991
Series Title; No 정책연구시리즈 / 91-04
Pages 84
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Territorial Development < National Land Development
Holding KDI; KDI School

Abstract

The Korean government’s regulations on land use has resulted in a variety of problems, while the land demand for housing and public use has been rising exponentially. This study suggests strategies to improve the government’s regulations on land use for increasing land supply, as well as efficient urban land use.
The Korean government has adopted public land ownership for the restitution of development benefits, and increases the expense of land ownership as a way of controlling the demand of real estate speculation and maintaining equality in income redistribution. However, current government policy ultimately decreases land supply, and makes land use less efficient due to the rigid regulative systems. Meanwhile, demand for housing and public use facilities are rapidly increasing due to the rapid growth of housing and automobiles in large cities.
In order to solve these problems, the government should relax the regulations of the use zoning system, a major mechanism of regulating land use. In terms of land supply, allowance of the construction of multiplex multi-household houses, which do not improve land efficiency, should be reconsidered. The regulations on farmland conversion within the city planning areas—including the green areas designated as “agricultural development regions”—in large cities with considerable development pressure should be abolished completely.
With the beginning of the autonomous local government system approaching, delegation of regulatory authority should be completed for simple procedures, and the authority to designate the special use districts that reflect local circumstances should be granted to local governments.
Finally, a land census based on the report of land ownership should be conducted nationwide, because the formation of a land information system is necessary for any land policy, including policy for the improvement of the land use regulation system.