Collaborative governance for community activation
a case of gomdallaekkum maeul in Seoul
The Seoul Metropolitan Government has been promoting a Management-Type Residential Environment Improvement Project that comprehensively improves the residential environment of low-rise residential areas through collaborative governance supporting community activation. However, a recent shift in the urban regeneration paradigm in Seoul has raised questions about collaborative governance as a tool for resident participatory planning in urban planning and management. This study focuses on the collaborative governance supporting community activation in the management-type residential environment improvement project through the example of Gomdallaekkum Maeul in Sinwol 1-dong, Yangcheon-gu, Seoul. Especially, Gomdallaekkum Maeul’s community organization shows evidence of establishing a virtuous cycle of public-private partnerships and collaboration between local networks in the COVID-19 pandemic period where community activities are restricted. Therefore, based on the case of reinforcement and extension of collaborative governance following the interaction of the unique community activation of Gomdallaekkum Maeul, a new perspective on the management-type residential environment improvement project is presented.
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