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도시계획규제가 도시형태 변화에 끼친 영향 분석
Impacts of Urban Planning Regulations on Urban Form Changes in the Donwhamunro

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Authors
진영효; 안건혁; 박소현
Issue Date
2007
Publisher
대한국토도시계획학회 = Korea Planners Association
Citation
국토계획 42(1) : 19-33
Keywords
도시계획규제용도지역계획지구단위계획도시형태GIS돈화문로Urban planning RegulationZoningDistrict Unit PlanningUrban FormGISDonwhamunro
Abstract
This paper reviews the impacts of urban planning regulations on urban form changes based on a case study of the Donwhamunro area, an old quarter in the city center Seoul, Korea. Examining the Zoning and the District Unit Planning(DUP) regulations, applied to the Donwhamunro area from 1962 to 2002, this paper identifies the site's five zones of different characteristics and the change periods of regulations. Within each zone, the paper delineates its urban form changes by measuring the degrees of transformation in streets, lots, buildings and building uses, and by checking the development frequencies in the change periods of regulations. According to what the paper finds, the following three points could be interpreted; 1) Both the Zoning and DUP regulations themselves largely contributed more to the deterioration of the Donwhamunro area rather to the development of the area; 2) Urban planning regulations tended to serve their intended goals of the area's planned maintenance, only when the development conditions, such as public improvements of the roads, were provided by the public sector; 3) As the current Zoning and DUP regulations were mostly intended for development-focused management of the area, they lacked proper considerations for the conservation of the area's old urban form characteristics.
ISSN
1226-7147
Language
Korean
URI
http://uci.or.kr/G300-j12267147.v42n1p19

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