Nowadays our rural community is loosing vitalities along with decrease of population, increase of the aged, and expansion of income disparity between urban and rural families. Moreover, in case that the agricultural products market is opened, the farm household which loses its competitive power will inevitably abandon cultivating its farmland or reduce the scale of cultivation. As a result, the idle farmland will increase and be devastated as time passes.
And it is predicted that demands in converting the idle farmland to other uses will increase and the pressure for cancelling the designation of the agriculture promotion area will expand. If these problems are left as they are, it is concerned that the devastation and disordered development will simultaneously occur in rural areas. It means that the serious inefficiency will come into existence in national land use management.
In this situation, is the existing agricultural land use management system well equiped enough to cope with changes in agricultural circumstances and to manage efficiently national land use? The study starts from such a question.
Chapter 1 includes the purpose, scope, methodology and framework of the study with background mentioned above. This study aims to examine directions for developing the existing agricultural land use management system enable to cope with changes in agricultural circumstances and to manage efficiently national land.
In Chapter 2, the frame and main contents of existing agricultural land use management are reviewed. Currently the agricultural land use management is put in force by the law concerned national land planning and use (LNLPU), the agricultural land law (ALL) and other related laws such as the rural maintenance planning law (RMPL). The LNLPU enforces to establish the urban (county) plan, designates several agriculture-related zones, and regulates land use. The ALL enforces to establish the agricultural land use plan, designates the agriculture promotion area, and regulates land use and conversion. Other related laws enforce to establish various rural maintenance plans and execute relevant projects.
In Chapter 3, the present status and problems of agricultural land use management are analyzed. As a result, institutional problems of agricultural land use management are found out as following ; a) shortage of consideration of rural areas in the national land use planning system, b) dissonance between the LNLPU and the ALL to agricultural land within urban areas, c) severance of the rural maintenance plan and the agricultural land use plan, d) insufficiency of comprehensive land use management function in the agricultural land use plan, e) lack of legal binding power of the agricultural land use plan, f) irrationality of agricultural land use classification, g) inadequacy of methods and strength of land use regulations on the agriculture promotion area.
In addition to, operational problems of agricultural land use management are found out as following ; a) inefficiency in operation of rural maintenance plans, b) ineffectiveness of the agricultural land use plan, c) increase of idle farmland, d) expansion of pressure for cancelling the designation of the agriculture promotion area, e) and increase of necessity to adjust the agriculture promotion area, f) conversion of superior agricultural land, g) disordered development by scattered and small conversion of agricultural land.
- 국토의 효율적 관리를 위한 농지이용관리제도의 발전방향(Direction for development of the agricultural land use management system)
- 최혁재; 지대식; 최수
국토의 효율적 관리를 위한 농지이용관리제도의 발전방향(Direction for development of the agricultural land use management system)
경기도 : 국토연구원
|Series Title; No||국토연 / 2003-22|
|Subject Country||South Korea(Asia and Pacific)|
|Subject||Territorial Development < National Land Development|