Developing Database Integrated the Different Sources of the Zoning Maps for Local Governments
Track: State and Local Government
Author(s): Dae-jong Kim, Kwon-hwan Lee, Jong-yeol Lee
The Republic of Korea has diverse zoning acts. These govern how land may be used and affect directly the value of land to be used. Zoning regulations by acts have relationships with each other legally and with their spatial context. Therefore, the zoning maps should have the same accuracy and consistency. There are, however, difficulties to manage them with consistency, because the institutes that produce the zoning maps are different. It causes many problems to develop database for land management information systems. This paper willdiscuss the problems of this data, including spatial and attribute aspects, and suggest a method of developing databases integrated with different sources of zoning maps for local governments that operate the zoning system.
Korea Research Institute for Human Settlements
Anyang-si, Kyunggi-do 431-712
Republic of Korea