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A Basic Study on the features of LID-related Ordinance Enactment conducted by Local Government - mainly on Seoul City, Suwon City and Namangju City -
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A Basic Study on the features of LID-related Ordinance Enactment conducted by Local Government - mainly on Seoul City, Suwon City and Namangju City -
Lee, Mihong; Han, Yanghui; Hyun, Kyounghak; Lim, Seokhwa;
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 Abstract
This study suggests direction of new ordinance establishment for the future national application of Low Impact Development(LID) by analyzing current LID-related regulations of local governments, substantial agents to install and maintain a facility, through qualitative and quantitative methodologies. Four key words related to LID were derived from advisory conference and then ninety nine ordinances as the LID-related regulations were extracted to analyze. The study shows that rainwater-related ordinance passed in the middle of 2000s are being merely converted to the law on the promotion and support of water reuse. Regulations on water cycle and LID exist only in three cities nationwide(Seoul City, Suwon City and Namangju City). Interview with administrators of three cities to have LID-related regulations revealed following results. First, both rainwater and water reuse related regulations have not considered regional characteristics such as rainfall intensity, effects of impervious and merely followed guidelines by Ministry of Government Administration and Home Affairs. Second, existing ordinance is confined to specific facilities and thus cannot include the concept of LID which covers land and space utilization. Therefore, for proper application of LID, this study proposes issue of ordinance that resembles Seoul City ordinance and a new guideline that can reflect regional characteristics such as rainfall and location.
 Keywords
LID(Low impact development);Water cycle;Rainwater;Ordinance;Local government;
 Language
Korean
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