Title The Analysis of the Status and Location Characteristics of a Building Agreement
Authors 이여경(Lee, Yeo-Kyung) ; 오민정(Oh, Min-Jung)
DOI https://doi.org/10.5659/JAIK.2022.38.10.95
Page pp.95-105
ISSN 2733-6247
Keywords Building Agreement; Existing Urban Area; Housing Redevelopment; Location Characteristics; Building Usage Change; Building Act
Abstract The purpose of this study is to present policy suggestions by analyzing the nationwide status of building agreement contracts and examine the locational characteristics since the introduction of the building agreement system. Building agreement notices, public announcements and building agreement management records were collected and the data on the status of building agreements with the cooperation of local governments was organized. The building agreement cases covered the metropolitan area such as Gyeonggi-do and Seoul. It was discovered that the initial building agreement cases boosted the number of cases in neighboring areas. The building agreement contracts between individuals were more than half or 54.7% of the total and self-agreements or one-person agreements were 36.0%, which is the most common type of building agreement. Building agreements were mainly used in residential areas of existing urban areas and district unit planning areas. From a legislative purpose perspective, the building agreement system reflected different usage from its purpose. Only 22% of cases used the Building Agreement when meeting three specific conditions: house improvement projects on the lots with unfavorable development conditions such as landlocked land or irregular-shaped lots located within the existing residential areas. On the other hand, 73% of cases used it as a means of housing improvement; it was confirmed that the building agreement system was a useful tool for housing improvement. Based on the results of the analysis of the building agreement status and the locational characteristics, it is necessary to revise the Building Act and prepare operation guidelines in order to activate the system in line with the purpose of the building agreement legislation. Additionally, policy support such as education and public relations will be needed for regions that consider entering into a building agreement.