• Interrelations Analysis of Risk Factors for Land Stakeholders Attending Urban Readjustment   [MASS 2014]
  • Author(s)
  • Jiun-Yi Shiu
  • Urban Readjustment is a land policy to improve 18 MASS 2014 Conference Guide people's living environment. Nevertheless, it results in conflicts on cognitive differences between government and land stakeholders, and constantly land stakeholders feel their rights have been infringed in the process of readjustment. In fact, there are many causes make land stakeholders against the rezoning, such as the gap between the standard of land values estimating and land stakeholders’ expectations, unsatisfactory compensation of demolition, high proportion burden, inconvenience of life and moving during the construction period, disputes on relocation of land and parcel, disagreement on urban planning and the location of public facilities, no benefits for land owners, insufficient confidence on government and so on. Even some of the land stakeholders suppose their opinions and concerns did not be accepted or listened by government. The purpose of the study is to clarify the key factors of problem causing, and to reduce the time cost on disputes and negotiation in the process of urban readjustment. The laboratory analysis of multi-objective decision-making method of decision-making (Decision making trial and evaluation laboratory, the DEMATEL) is applied to study and address the relevance between causes and the participated willing of land stakeholders. The study is to clarify the nature of the problem on urban readjustment. Not only to identify the most critical factors that affect land stakeholders participated in urban readjustment, but also to find out the relevance of the causes, in order to reduce the unnecessary conflict and inefficiency, to increase the participated willing of land stakeholders and to minimize the conflict for providing the efficient way to improve people's living environment.
  • Interrelations Analysis, Risk Factors, Land Stakeholders, Urban Readjustment
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