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Measures to Improve the Building Use Classification System in Response to Changes in the Construction Environment

  • No.70
  • 2021.05.04
  • Hit 9178
  • Kim, Eunhee Research Fellow
  • Oh, Minjung Assistant Research Fellow

Due to a low birth rate in recent years, the total population has declined while the population of the elderly has increased. Moreover, the change in the household size, from 3-4 households, which used to be the mainstay of our social structure in the past, to 1-2, has resulted in a rapid change in the building demands. The introduction of sharing economy and IT-based 4th Industrial Revolution technology even expanded the scope of building market, introducing new types of building uses such as shared houses, joint workspaces, and popup stores. In addition, legal permission to allow multiple purposes of a building has increased utilization of the building space. On the other hand, this change might have caused frequent changes in the business type and the space layout, resulting in management problems in such a process, and constant complaints and disputes. The deregulation on the use of buildings may be effective in promoting the vitality of the building market. However, in the context of accelerated changes in the construction environment the compliance with the current use standards must be reviewed. The study seeks alternatives to improve the institutional efficiency of the building use classification system.

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