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A Study on Local Residents' Evaluation of the Planned Indicator Value for Urban Regeneration - Targeting Local Residents in Mokpo -
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A Study on Local Residents' Evaluation of the Planned Indicator Value for Urban Regeneration - Targeting Local Residents in Mokpo -
Shin, EunJu; Yoo, ChangGeun; Cho, SeongJin;
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 Abstract
In terms of urban regeneration of the present that focuses on a city's original history, culture and environment, it is now being understood as a concept of how a city by itself gets vitalized through local participation and communities. That is what indicates how a main agent of urban regeneration is changing to relevant local residents from public organizations and due to that reason, establishment of a differentiated urban regeneration policy that would reflect opinions of the locals is demanded. In the light of that, this study aimed to offer an urban regeneration project planning indicators targeting an old downtown area of Mokpo city which has been selected as an urban regeneration district. An AHP (Analytic Hierarchy Process) survey on the locals had revealed priorities of the indicators which helped the study to present indicators to be practically used for the urban regeneration project on the old downtown area in Mokpo.
 Keywords
Urban Regeneration;Indicator;Mokpo City;AHP (Analytic Hierarchy Process);
 Language
Korean
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