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[SMART CITY] 100 Smart City? India’s mission | 스마트시티가 100개? 인도의 미션

1. Smart City Mission in India



I worked in Mumbai, India for about two years. So, I am always interested in and paying attention to the changes in India. India has so much potential that all experts call Post-China.
The same goes for urban planning and smart city areas. Since taking office in 2014, Indian Prime Minister Modi has announced plans to build 100 smart cities across India by 2022 to boost economic growth and improve people's quality of life. It announced policy guidelines in 2015, with 100 cities selected on a total of five occasions from 2016 to June 2018. Because India has individual policies, bills, culture and language in each region, development is carried out according to the situation of each local government, not in a centralized way. According to the Indian government's announcement, about 100 million people across India will be affected by the development of 100 cities, with the estimated amount of money currently being injected into the project reaching abo…

[CUBE PAPER] MOLIT, Releases Area Limits to Expand Smart City | 국토부, 면적제한 풀어 스마트시티 확대한다


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[MOLIT, Releases Area Limits to Expand Smart City]

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Reporter Ahn Se-jin
2019.06.14

In the future, regulations on area restriction for Smart City will disappear. The plan is aimed at creating a variety of private-led smart cities, including Mini-smart City, which is linked to urban renewal projects.

According to the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport on Wednesday, the revision to the Enforcement Decree of the Act on the Creation of Smart Cities and Promotion of Industry (Smart City Act) was recently announced. The move is a follow-up to the National Assembly's passage of a revised smart city law in April that calls for spreading smart cities into existing urban and private areas.

Under the revision, the government deleted a rule on the size of the smart city construction project, which was limited to 300,000 square meters or more. Up until now, smart cities have been able to be implemented in the form of residential development projects, innovative urban development projects, and urban readjustment and improvement projects by local governments with an area of 300,000 square meters or more. But in the future, the rule will be removed. It will be able to build small smart cities related to urban regeneration and support national budget.

In addition, the government has overhauled various systems to help private businesses actively participate in the construction of smart cities. First of all, it has prepared grounds for supporting new technologies and services that are applied outside of national demonstration cities that are being pushed by Busan and Sejong. However, this regulation only applies when a link is recognized, such as a technology that is expected to be introduced in a national demonstration city.

In addition, the government also enacted a comprehensive planner system so that creative private experts, rather than public leaders, can lead the entire project, including planning, business implementation and operation management. Currently, Sejong City appointed Chung Jae-seung, a brain scientist, and Busan appointed Hwang Jong-sung, a researcher at the Korea Information Society Agency, an IT expert, as MP.


In addition, the company added a joint-investment corporation established by public and private businesses, including state and public agencies, to the scope of business implementers for smart city construction projects to expand direct investment and participation of private companies in the process of creating smart cities.

#Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport #Smart City # Urban Regeneration Industry #Sejong City #Busan City

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[국토부, 면적제한 풀어 스마트시티 확대한다]

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안세진 기자
2019.06.14

앞으로는 스마트시티 면적제한 규정이 사라진다. 도시재생사업과 연계한 미니스마트시티 등 다양한 형태의 민간 주도 스마트시티를 만들겠다는 취지다.

14일 국토교통부에 따르면스마트도시 조성 및 산업 진흥 등에 관한 법률(스마트시티법) 시행령' 개정안이 최근 입법예고됐다. 지난 4월 기존 도시와 민간 영역으로 스마트시티를 확산시키는 내용을 골자로 한 스마트시티법 개정안이 국회를 통과한 데 따른 후속 조치다.

개정안에 따르면 정부는 30만㎡ 이상으로 제한했던 스마트도시 건설사업 규모 규정을 삭제했다. 지금까지 스마트시티는택지개발사업혁신도시개발사업기업도시개발사업면적이 30만㎡ 이상인 지방자치단체의 도시정비·개량사업 등 형태로 추진할 수 있었다. 하지만 앞으로는 이 규정이 없어진다. 도시재생 등과 관련한 소규모 스마트시티 건설을 할 수 있고 국가 예산 지원도 가능해진다.

또 정부는 민간 사업자들이 스마트시티 건설에 적극 참여할 수 있도록 각종 제도를 정비했다. 우선 부산·세종에서 추진 중인 국가시범도시 이외 지역에서 적용되는 신기술·서비스라도 예산 등의 지원이 가능하도록 근거를 마련했다. 다만 이 규정은 국가시범도시에 도입할 예정인 기술 등 연계성이 인정되는 때에만 적용된다.

아울러 국가시범도시 조성은 공공 주도가 아닌 창의적인 민간 전문가가 계획 수립·사업 시행·운영 관리 등 사업 전반을 이끌고 갈 수 있도록 총괄계획가 제도도 법제화했다. 현재 세종 시범도시는 뇌과학자인 정재승 카이스트 교수를, 부산은 정보기술(IT) 전문가인 황종성 한국정보화진흥원 연구위원을 MP로 위촉했다.

이 밖에 스마트시티 조성 과정에 민간 기업의 직접 투자와 참여를 확대하기 위해 국가·공공기관 등 공공과 민간 사업자가 설립한 공동출자법인을 스마트도시건설사업의 사업 시행자 범위에 추가했다.

#국토교통부 #스마트시티 #도시재생산업 #국가시범도시 #세종시 #부산시

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