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A Study on the Sustainable Conversion of UR Rental Housing through Tamadairadanchi in Japan
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 Title & Authors
A Study on the Sustainable Conversion of UR Rental Housing through Tamadairadanchi in Japan
Yoo, Soon Seon;
 
 Abstract
Since established Japan Housing Corporation in 1955 numerous apartment complexes were constructed during the 1955-1984(Showa 30-50) to provide quality housing for housing shortage. Tamadairadanchi was one of the large housing complexes constructed in 1958 and it had been reconstructed since 1996. The aim of this paper is to find out sustainable conversion methods of Tamadairadanchi by UR Agency. Literature and institutional review, site survey were the methods for the following findings. Tamadairadanchi was carried out reconstructed only for relocation housing of residents, and the other site for surplus was lease or transfer to private sector. According to the characteristics of region, land use and land ratio was changed for various type of housing, local-based public facilities, commercial complex, experimental housing for the future, etc.. Renaissance2 project was renewal of housing stock as experimental housing for the future. For regional revitalization it was suggested by 1-person housing, multi-generation housing, garden housing and community space. Sustainable conversion of Tamadairadanchi is being proceeded through community board by consisted of Hino City, UR Agency, and residents' participation.
 Keywords
Tamadairadanchi;Urban Renaissance Agency;UR Rental housing;Sustainable Conversion;Housing Stock Renewal and Utilization;
 Language
Korean
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