Title An Opinion Analysis of Potential Residents and Residents for the Planning and Operation on the University-Affiliated Happy Housing
Authors 황지현(Hwang, Ji-Hyoun) ; 임해원(Lim, Haewon)
DOI https://doi.org/10.5659/JAIK.2022.38.12.65
Page pp.65-76
ISSN 2733-6247
Keywords Planning and Operation ; Focus Group Interview ; Potential residents ; Residents’ opinions ;
Abstract The purpose of this study is to present implications for the future plan and operation of university-affiliated Happy Housing by analyzing the opinions of potential residents and residents about the university-affiliated public rental housing. To this end, a survey (residential preference) was conducted with potential residents and the focus group interview (residential satisfaction) with residents was conducted. Descriptive statistical analysis of frequency and percentage were used for the collected opinions of potential residents, and qualitative content analysis methods were used for opinions of residents. Based on the content derived through the two research methods, the opinions of potential residents and residents were comprehensively analyzed. First, overall preference and residence satisfaction were high, such as low rent, security, residential location and convenient surrounding environment. When selecting a location for housing in the future, not only the accessibility to the campus but also the convenient surrounding environment should be considered. Second, it is necessary to improve the use of parking lots, inconvenient entrances, and movement lines. This suggests that parking lot use should be improved in the future and sufficient entrances should be installed if the main hall corridor is long. Third, among the negative factors, small-sized houses were found to be the most important factor, and this can be suggested as a method of supplying houses with a slightly larger size than the present by reflecting the opinions of preferred potential residents. Fourth, satisfaction with separate collection and food waste treatment facilities was high for community facilities, but the rest of the facilities are expected to need improvement. If the function of the space is clearly defined and it is planned as a space preferred by college students (health club, study room, etc.), the utilization will be higher than now. Fifth, in terms of operation, it is necessary to improve the system that can extend the period of residence and to discover the operation programs needed by university students.