|Title||Implementation Processes and Planning Standards of Small-Scale Housing Redevelopment in the United Kingdom (영국의 소규모주택 정비사업방식 및 계획기준 연구)|
In South Korea, many large-scale housing projects has been revoked since the global financial crisis in the late 2000s. The introduction of the Sunset Clause in 2012 has facilitated the revocation process and led to the establishment of new national Acts to promote small-scale housing projects. However, the new Acts still remain declaratory without clear framework of housing design standards and its supply system. In this regard, this paper aims to gain an insight into how to develop the framework of small-scale housing redevelopment in Korea’s low-rise residental areas by analysing cases in the UK. The findings highlight each local authority needs to make an effort to create design standards on small-scale housing redevelopment to ensure good living conditions. There is also an emphasis on the state’s institutional supports that enable third sectors to join diverse types of small-scale housing development projects. Finally, it is suggested to create a new business environment that can encourage developers to comply with new framework of small-scale housing redevelopment by awarding and disseminating the best cases.
|Keywords||Small-Scale Housing Redevelopment, Third Sector, Social Economy, Commonhold|
|Journal||Urban Design Institute of Korea|
|Journal citation||19 (5), pp. 21-36|
|Publisher||Urban Design Institute of Korea|
|Web address (URL)||http://www.auric.or.kr/User/Rdoc/DocCmag.aspx?returnVal=CMAG&dn=226912#.XUWE7y2ZN0s|
|Published||31 Oct 2018|