Study on the Determinant Factors of New Town Residents` Living Intention - Focused on the Residents of Bundang New Town

Title & Authors
Study on the Determinant Factors of New Town Residents` Living Intention - Focused on the Residents of Bundang New Town
Kim, Yong-Jin; Kim, Seong-Hee;

Abstract
Given the importance of ensuring continued residency and maintenance of the 1st Planned New Town, which is the first of more than 20 such projects, this study aims to identify the factors determining the residents` living intention. The results show that age, gender, length of stay, and occupancy type are significant factors influencing their living intention. Among the environmental factors, the educational environment and shopping environment are crucial. This means that in order to achieve the "Ageing in Place" concept, it is necessary to improve the educational environment, provide a variety of commercial facilities and expand the living facilities. While it has no direct influence on the pros and cons of building remodeling, the results showed that when the living intention is used as a parameter, the transportation, educational, and shopping environment have an indirect influence on the pros and cons of building remodeling.
Keywords
Living Intention;$\small{1^{st}}$ Planned New Towns;Ageing in Place;Structural Equation Model;Perceived Environment;
Language
Korean
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