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A Study on Establishment of the Directions of Granting Incentives by Long-life Housing-related parties
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 Title & Authors
A Study on Establishment of the Directions of Granting Incentives by Long-life Housing-related parties
Kim, Eun-Young; Jang, Soon-Gak; Hwang, Eun-Kyoung;
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 Abstract
Long-life housing means a housing which structural members (Support) such as columns and floor are maintained for a long period of time and the housing can be used for approximately 100 years by replacing components (Infill) such as walls and furniture. The government established "Certification standards of long-life housing construction" on December 24, 2014, requiring the long-life housing certification for construction of apartment houses for over 1,000 households. However, it is necessary to prepare an incentive measure which could be granted to construction related personnel and housing owners due to the effectiveness of such system and recognition that the initial construction cost of long-life housing is high. The purpose of this study is as follows. First, the reasons and necessity of long-life housing cost increase for each construction company, housing owner, infill component manufacturer and designer which are long-life housing related personnel are determined. The direction of incentive grant for supplying long-life housing based on the determined items is established. The result of this study is as follows. First, a special treatment which is higher than the alleviation of construction standards according to the previous ordinance is necessary for construction companies to secure the business feasibility. Also, incentives such as the provision of service space and wide balcony are necessary to improve the preference level of parceling out. Second, financial incentives such as financial support for housing purchase, reduction and exemption of tax (acquisition tax and registration tax), and support of maintenance cost are required for house owners. Third, it is essential to increase opportunities to participate in the market for infill component manufacturers by applying additional points for PQ. Fourth, it is needed to provide compensation for additional human resource and time at the time of designing to designers by preparing the long-life housing design cost standards.
 Keywords
Long-life Housing;Certification System;Incentive;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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A Study on the Improvement of Certification System for Improving the Quality Level of Long-life Housing, Journal of the architectural institute of Korea planning & design, 2016, 32, 8, 77  crossref(new windwow)
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