The present research has been carried out to petition the policy of new town development in the capital region, posed by the government and academia since May 2000. The objective of the research is to examine the feasibility of the new town development in the capital region and to identify desirable development sites and directions.
The report consists of five chapters. Chapter one explains the background and objective of the research. The second chapter examines the need of the new town development in respect to the spatial structure of the capital region and growth management. The content of the capital region planning is examined, followed by a forecast of the site demand and urban growth trend of the region. By colligating the aforementioned, the need for the new town development is elaborated in respect to growth management of the capital region. In chapter three, issues of new town development are derived by evaluation of the past achievements and problematic issues of new town developments. Especially, the National Statistical Office’s data, is analyzed regarding problems of population concentration in the region. In addition, there is an analysis of a survey that was conducted to examine the population inducing effect as a result of developing five new towns, including Pundang and Ilsan.
Chapter four displays the future direction of the new town development. The basic principles to practice are displayed as well as the direction of the development, and location of major subject sites and appropriate functions are suggested. Also, specific details of solutions to traffic expansion are recommended. Lastly, chapter five presents mitigation measures for the anticipated problems in developing new towns.
- 수도권 도시성장관리와 신도시개발(Growth control and new town development in the capital region)
- 배순석; 김현식; 박상우; 김경석; 김덕례; 최희철
수도권 도시성장관리와 신도시개발(Growth control and new town development in the capital region)
|Series Title; No||국토연 / 2000-54|
|Subject Country||South Korea(Asia and Pacific)|
|Subject||Territorial Development < National Land Development|