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The Experiential Implications for the Foundation Phase of Urban Regeneration Projects
Park, Sungnam Associate Research Fellow / Kim, Minkyung Assistant Research Fellow
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The purpose of this study is to identify the limitations in the process of the project to induce settlement and proliferation of the urban regeneration project started in 2014 and to suggest the improvement plan accordingly. In particular, the foundation phase which has been emphasized in this study, is an indispensable part of urban regeneration projects based on cooperation and partnership among various participants. This year, the leading area that has been promoted since 2014 has entered its third year, and the newly selected urban regeneration areas in 2016 have accumulated difficulties and improvement plans as the base construction progressed this year. Therefore, policy implications are needed Time.