用途混在地区の復興区画整理事業における転出実態とその背景 : 神戸市御菅西地区におけるケーススタディ THE REALITIES AND BACKGROUND OF THE MOVING-OUT OF RESIDENTS AFTER THE LAND READJUSTMENT PROJECT IN A MIXED USE DISTRICT : Case of Misuga-nishi district, Kobe city
This study aims to clarify the realities of the moving out of the residents after the land reajustment project following the great Hanshin-Awaji earthquake. We made a questionnaire of the residents in the Misuga-nishi district, Kobe City where the project was enforced. Clarified points are as follows: 1) The population of the district is 60 percent of pre-earthquake and 60 percent of current residents have moved in from outside the district. 2) Half the number of the residents who moved out maintain a relation to the district where they had lived before the earthquake. 3) Details of the moves of the residents are varied and lasted for an unstable residence period of varing lengths. Only the residents who owned their own houses were able to evade an unstable residence period. 4) The residents who had an unstable residence period depended on facilities and human relations in the district where they had lived before the earthquake. Moreover, they evaluated the environmental characteristic as high. The difference of the dependency on community support influences the achievement level of the residents in reconstructing their lives.
- 日本建築学会計画系論文集 = Transactions of AIJ. Journal of architecture, planning and environmental engineering
日本建築学会計画系論文集 = Transactions of AIJ. Journal of architecture, planning and environmental engineering (629), 1529-1536, 2008-07-30