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A research of possibility of managing vacant lots by collaboration with neighborhood association of shrinking suburbs in the metropolitan region of Japan

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  • 大都市圏郊外都市における地域コミュニティ関与による空き地マネジメントの可能性に関する研究
  • Through a case study on shrinking district in Yokosuka city
  • 横須賀市縮減市街地におけるケーススタディを通して

Abstract

This research aims to examine the possibility of the method to manage vacant lots by collaboration with neighborhood association at shrinking district in a large metropolitan area suburb through case study of yato areas in the Yokosuka City, where proper management of vacant lots is a critical issue for their sustainability. In yato areas, which mean residential districts in valleys, many houses are on the slope and vacant lots are increasing in recent years. Landowners in "Yato areas" no longer regard vacant lots as valuable assets, and residents tend to regard vacant lots as risks to harm their living condition. There are some bottlenecks for residents to manage vacant lots, but participation of neighborhood association to the management of vacant lots is able to be a method to resolve the bottlenecks.

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