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Residents' Post Occupancy Evaluation for the Planning in Sustainable Back-to-Farm Cooperative Village
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 Title & Authors
Residents' Post Occupancy Evaluation for the Planning in Sustainable Back-to-Farm Cooperative Village
Park, KyoungOk; Lee, SangUn;
 
 Abstract
This study had its purpose to evaluate cooperative village residents' post occupancy satisfaction and need, in the aspects of living environment, social environment, maintenance & management, regional environment, and economic environment. This evaluation should give meaningful data to enhance satisfaction level in the planning and maintenance of sustainable back-to-farm villages. 60 residents residing in the 6 villages answered the questionnaire of this study, which was analysed on the frequency and mean with its median score 3.0. The results of this study were as follows. 1) In the aspect of living environment, villages were recommended to have promenade path, resting spot, bench, small sporting facilities and culture space with adequate programs. 2) In the aspect of social environment, the villages were recommended to have autonomous council and hobby groups, with improved education programs for residents' back-to-farm life. 3) In the aspect of maintenance and management, the authority was recommended to assist the manual development for the pre-planning program of operation cost, and the establishment of village's fund guide and master plan. 4) In the aspect of regional environment, it was needed to make network system between residents and local specialists in civic groups; this network would make village programs to be tied with local programs and resources. And the authority was recommended to assist the cost for the villages to share their programs and facilities with neighboring ones. 5) In the aspect of economic environment, it was recommended to provide local facilities for income increase and production-aid, the mentor system to help non-experience farmers, programs for utilization of surrounding economic resources, and programs for the job-related or other economic activities in the local base.
 Keywords
Back-to-Farm;Cooperative Village;Post Occupancy Evaluation;Sustainable;
 Language
Korean
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