Journal of Resources and Ecology ›› 2016, Vol. 7 ›› Issue (3): 180-186.doi: 10.5814/j.issn.1674-764x.2016.03.005

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A Study of the Improvement of Planning Systems for Land Use Control in Agricultural Heritage Sites

Park Yoon-Ho1, Yoon Won-Keun2, Gordon Dabinett3   

  1. 1. Rural Research Institute, Korea Rural Community Corporation, 15634 Ansan-si, Korea;
    2. Department of Regional Development, Hyup Sung University, 18330 Hwaseong-si, Korea;
    3. Department of Town and Regional Planning, Sheffield University, S10 2TN Sheffield, UK
  • Received:2015-11-20 Revised:2016-02-20 Online:2016-05-25 Published:2016-05-31
  • Contact: PARK Yoon Ho. Email: pakyoonho@naver.com

Abstract: The number of GIAHS sites is increasing these days and will continue to do so gradually in East Asian countries including Korea, China and Japan. As a result, conservation of heritage sites is more and more important, especially in Korea. Dealing with issues surrounding land use conflicts are important for conservation of heritages in order to harmonize between conservation and development to prevent reckless development. This study aims to identify measures for land use management and control to allow for sustainable development around agricultural heritage system sites. The results point to the importance of public-private partnerships and local ordinance systems or comprehensive planning of land use controls for agricultural heritage system sites.