To achieve a balanced development of national land and to enhance the competitiveness of each country, it is necessary to establish a complete national territorial development plan which will play an important role in comprehensive long-term policies.
In addition, establishing a legal and institutional framework is essential before implementing development work for harmony between environmental conservation and sustainable developments.
As a representative public corporation in the field of housing and urban development in Korea, LH offers consulting services regarding policy and legal arrangement for foreign governments based on its various experiences & expertises accumulated from Korea's development transition in the 1960s.
Flow of Korea's Comprehensive National Territorial Plan
- The 1st plan(1972~1981), US$ 319(1972)
- Struggle to develop concentrated industrial complex belt with strategic location in the capital region and east coast area for rapid economic growth
- The 2nd plan(1982~1991), US$ 1,824(1982)
- To decentralize population concentrated around the capital and to improve the living environment, pushing ahead with balanced regional development
- The 3rd plan(1992~1999), US$ 7,007(1992)
- Pushing ahead balanced development policy over west coast industrial belt and provincial cities
- The 4th plan(2000~2020), US$ 10,841(1992)
- Balanced national development plan from coastline development to inland development to become a leading country in Northeast Asia
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Content of Services
- 1. National territorial policy and land policy establishment
- 2. Legal support: urban and regional planning law, district plan guidelines
- 3. Comprehensive national territorial plan support
- 4. Implementation plan of pre-existing urban and regional development projects
- 5. Invitational programs to share Korea's urban and regional development experience