Title Comparative Analysis on Assessing the Establishment Status and Key Focus of Unoccupied House Improvement Projects in Local Governments
Authors 은소영(Eun, Soyoung) ; 김수영(Kim, Suyoung)
DOI https://doi.org/10.5659/JAIK.2023.39.7.63
Page pp.63-74
ISSN 2733-6247
Keywords Unoccupied House; Unoccupied House Improvement Plan; Unoccupied House Improvement Project; Act On Special Cases Concerning Unoccupied House Or Small-Scale Housing Improvement
Abstract This study aims to collect and analyze unoccupied house improvement plans implemented by both metropolitan and local governments following the enactment of the ‘Act on Special Cases Concerning Unoccupied House or Small-scale Housing Improvement.’ The objective is to identify variations in these plans and establish fundamental data that can serve as a reference for future development and restructuring of unoccupied house improvement initiatives. When all seven metropolitan governments included in this study have established ordinances related to unoccupied houses, it has been observed that specific guidelines for formulating unoccupied house improvement plans at the autonomous district level remain insufficient. Furthermore, findings from the unoccupied house survey indicate that a significant portion of local governments predominantly focus on addressing Grade 3 and Grade 4 unoccupied houses in their improvement projects, despite the majority of unoccupied houses falling under Grade 1 and Grade 2. This discrepancy is largely attributed to financial limitations. To address these challenges, it is crucial to establish a detailed business plan that supports physical improvement or facilitates the acquisition of institutions for future utilization post-renovation. Additionally, when formulating utilization plans for unoccupied houses, a customized approach considering the distinct physical and social characteristics of each region becomes essential.