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Volume 5, Issue 4 - Oct 2014
Volume 5, Issue 3 - Jul 2014
Volume 5, Issue 2 - Apr 2014
Volume 5, Issue 1 - Jan 2014
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A Design Methodology of the Welfare Building for Providing u-Healthcare Services: Focused on the Gayang 7
Lee, Ji-Eun ; Yoon, Young-Ho ; Yang, Dong-Suk ;
LHI Journal of Land, Housing, and Urban Affairs , volume 5, issue 1, 2014, Pages 1~10
DOI : 10.5804/LHIJ.2014.5.1.001
Health care services in a residential area would accelerate the aging in place. In addition, these changes would play a key role in terms of reducing healthcare costs and leading a healthy lifestyle. The purpose of this study draws the design methodology of community facilities and each dwelling with healthcare services in apartment complex, which the elderly people will enjoy a better health status. This paper presents the result focused on the welfare building in Gayang 7th apartment complex. The intention to receive healthcare services was investigated by occupants. Moreover, design requirements were drawn through in-depth interviews and the state observation to use the service. In the complex, stronger intention to serve the u-Healthcare services was shown to the pre elderly group than the elderly. Both of them had a problem to use and keep the health equipment due to the fact there is not enough space in the unit. Reporting the observation results, the upright-posture furniture attaching the healthcare equipment and the equipment storage should be prepared in the unit. In the public space, the program for these healthcare services can be divided into three parts, i.e. the health status measurement, the healthcare, and the service connected to the surrounding facilities. The health status measurement can be the basic to the health services and its function should be gradually extended. In the complex, the hybrid type with various functions could be applied owing to a new building for welfare; moreover, semi-independent user should be able to receive the home healthcare service.
Comparing Urban Development Systems of Four Countries for Overseas Development
Jeong, Yeun-Woo ; Seong, Jang-Hwan ; Lee, Sang-Jun ;
LHI Journal of Land, Housing, and Urban Affairs , volume 5, issue 1, 2014, Pages 11~24
DOI : 10.5804/LHIJ.2014.5.1.011
The expected launching countries are selected based on the state and strategy of businesses undertaking by LH, then the legal systems for urban development of those countries are investigated and analyzed to be used as basic data for advancing to oversea urban development. The results are showing as follows. First, on the basis of the advancing priority, and the level and obtaining possibility of legal system for urban developments, Bangladesh, Thailand, Dominican Republic, and Venezuela are selected to be investigated among the countries of Central and South America and Asia to where expected to be advanced. Second, most of the selected countries establish and promote the national housing policies by their own National Housing Authority. For example, First-Home Policy and National Housing Development Strategy, etc. are established in Thailand, and National Housing Authority takes charge of the housing development for low-income bracket. Third, the laws and project procedures are investigated, then compared to the similar laws of Korea. The common "Land Allocation Act" is legislate in Bangladesh and Thailand, for example, "Land Allocation Act" and "Town and City Planning Act" are enacted in Thailand. On the other hand, the laws for urban and housing developments vary from country to country those are located in Central and South America. Meanwhile, it is verified that "Act on Planning and Use of National Territory" of Korea is similar to the "Town and City Planning Act" of Thailand.
Development of Residential Complex as a Base for Regional Revitalization in the Mature Level of City Development
Park, Joon-Young ; Lee, Young-Hwan ; Kwon, Hyuk-Sam ; Seok, Hye-June ; Oh, Soo-Ho ; Hong, Sung-Dok ;
LHI Journal of Land, Housing, and Urban Affairs , volume 5, issue 1, 2014, Pages 25~34
DOI : 10.5804/LHIJ.2014.5.1.025
This study starts from the fact that we need residential complex for the purpose of public interests, rather than for profits, and find a new perspective on the concept of public-oriented residential complex in the cities that had slow growth. In this study, we 1) propose a new concept of the residential complex that can vitalize regional communities and maintain the interest of the public : 'functional-mix', 'social-mix', 'spatial-mix', 2) produce a model simulation based on the development principles including development direction, types of development, and design guidelines, ; six development principles(goal, concept, development type, spatial structure, space element, spatial hierarchy), diversity of housing types, facilities that can vitalize and contribute the regional communities 3) propose practical methods that can realize and promote the proposed concept and model simulation. ; need to amend the housing construction Law.
Assessment of Response Spectrum by Dynamic Centrifuge Test for the Pile Foundation into the Sand
Park, Yong-Boo ; Park, Jong-Bae ; Kim, Sang-Yeon ; Kim, Dong-Soo ;
LHI Journal of Land, Housing, and Urban Affairs , volume 5, issue 1, 2014, Pages 35~40
DOI : 10.5804/LHIJ.2014.5.1.035
Site coefficient and amplification factor of current domestic Seismic Design Code (KBC-2009) have no consideration for the domestic ground condition in which the base rock is normally placed within 30m form the surface. Accordingly, in this study dynamic centrifugal test and analysis for pile foundation into sand and upper structure were achieved. and the response spectrums of free surface and basement were compared with each other. Within the period 1 sec., the measured spectral acceleration of free surface and basement was bigger than the design spectral acceleration of SC and SD site. However the measured spectral acceleration of free surface and basement for the period over 1.5 sec. was smaller than the design spectral acceleration of SC site. There was no severe difference of spectral acceleration according to the upper structure, embedded depth of foundation and free surface conditions. Consequently, normal domestic apartment housing for the period range over 1.5sec. could be design more economically applying these test result.
Estimation Method of Waste Amount from Materials to Develop Generation Rates of Construction Waste in New Apartment Construction Sites: Focused on Bill of Quantities for Architectural Works
Jung, Jong-Suk ; Song, Sang-Hoon ; Park, Seong-Sik ; Lee, Seok-Je ;
LHI Journal of Land, Housing, and Urban Affairs , volume 5, issue 1, 2014, Pages 41~51
DOI : 10.5804/LHIJ.2014.5.1.041
The amount of new apartment construction has been trending upward in 3~4% each year since 11% increase in 2002. Currently, in public apartment construction sites under separate delivery system for construction waste processing, the significant difference between estimated quantity for contract and actual amount frequently causes severe controversy among project participants. Many factors such as poor environmental management, inadequate contractual amount are assumed to influence the above problem, and the requirement to revise existing generation rates, the key criteria applied in estimating the quantities of waste, is increasing. Most of generation rates were established in early 2000's, and have difficulty in reflecting the changes from new materials and technologies accordingly. Therefore, this study aims to clarify the types of construction waste for each trade and the forecast method as preliminary work in order to develop more accurate generation rates for construction waste in new construction. To achieve this purpose, the architectural bills of quantities in ten apartment projects executed during 2010~2013 were collected, and the possible waste types and reasonable material loss ratio for each item from temporary works to owner-supplying material area were defined and compared through the workshops and interviews with the experts and on-site environmental managers. The results of this study will contribute to establishing the categories of construction waste for construction trades and proper generation rates by the indirect estimation method in new apartment construction in the follow-up study.
History of Land Registration and Small House Policies in the New Territories of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, the People's Republic of China
Fung, Philip Sing-Sang ; Lee, Almond Sze-Mun ;
LHI Journal of Land, Housing, and Urban Affairs , volume 5, issue 1, 2014, Pages 53~56
DOI : 10.5804/LHIJ.2014.5.1.053
Hong Kong, a well-known metropolis characterized by skyscrapers on both sides of the Victoria Harbour, consists mainly of 3 parts, namely the Hong Kong Island, the Kowloon peninsula and the New Territories (N.T.) which is the land area north of Kowloon plus a number of outlying islands. Located in the N.T. are all the new towns, market towns; and in the plains and valleys lie scattered village houses of not more than 3 storeys within the confines of well-defined village. These village houses are governed by a rural housing policy that could be traced back to the very beginning of the former British administration in the N.T. By the Convention of Peking of 1898, the N.T., comprising the massive land area north of Kowloon up to Shenzhen River and 235 islands, was leased to Britain by China for 99 years from 1st July 1898. Soon after occupation, the colonial government conducted a survey of this uncharted territory from 1899 to 1903, and set up a land court to facilitate all land registration work and to resolve disputed claims. By 1905, the Block Crown Leases with Schedule of Lessees and details of the lots, each with a copy of the lot index plan (Demarcation Plan) were executed. Based on the above, Crown rent rolls were prepared for record and rent collection purposes. All grants of land thereafter are known as New Grant lots. After completion and execution of the Block Crown Lease in 1905, N.T. villagers had to purchase village house lots by means of Restricted Village Auctions; and Building Licences were issued to convert private agricultural land for building purposes but gradually replaced by Land Exchanges (i.e. to surrender agricultural land for the re-grant of building land) from the early 1960's until introduction of the current Small House Policy in October 1972. It was not until the current New Territories Small House Policy came into effect in December 1972 that the Land Authority can make direct grant of government land or approve the conversion of self-owned agricultural land to allow indigenous villagers to build houses within the village environs under concessionary terms. Such houses are currently restricted to 700 square feet in area and three storeys with a maximum height of 27 feet. An indigenous villager is a male descendent of a villager who was the resident of a recognized village already existing in 1898. Each villager is only allowed one concessionary grant in his lifetime. Upon return of Hong Kong to the People's Republic of China on July 1st, 1997, the traditional rights of indigenous villagers are protected under Article 40 of the Basic Law (a mini-constitution of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region). Also all N.T. leases have been extended for 50 years up to 2047. Owing to the escalating demand and spiral landed property prices in recent years, abuse of the N.T. Small House Policy has been reported in some areas and is a concern in some quarters. The Hong Kong Institute of Land Administration attempts to study the history that leads to the current rural housing policy in the New Territories with particular emphasis on the small house policy, hoping that some light can be shed on the "way forward" for such a controversial policy.