Study on Land Use Control of the Urbanization Control Area in the Metropolitan Area Suburbs

Kento TAKANO, Noriko AKITA
2013 Journal of The Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture  
This study aims to clarify the issues that local governments face with regard to land use control in Urbanization Control Areas by clarifying the nature of such land use, and by investigating the effects that the deregulation of Development Permission have on it. Focusing on local government in the Suburban Development and Redevelopment Areas of metropolitan areas, a questionnaire and interview investigation was conducted on the issues and on the original contents of measures on land use. In
more » ... on land use. In addition, the development location trends of the Urbanization Control Area were investigated for Kisarazu-shi, Chiba. Results revealed that although the issues of land use in the Urbanization Control Area were unchanged by deregulation the location of stock-yards, the diversion of agricultural land, and the location of social welfare facilities it became clear that for prefecture in general things had changed. Furthermore, in basic municipalities that have the right to give the Development Permission, because the standards for prefectures are uniform, it became clear that regional peculiarities make it difficult to say whether appropriate land use control had been implemented.
doi:10.5632/jila.76.645 fatcat:6wn263znjfaivip6jn73bgeu7y