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総合政策学部の清水陽子教授と客野尚志教授の空き家に関する共同研究が日本建築学会計画系論文集に掲載
Research by Prof. Yoko Shimizu and Prof. Takashi Kyakuno is Published in the Architectural Institute of Japan’s Journal of Architecture and Planning

2019.06.01

論文 Article

共同研究 Collaborative Research

 総合政策学部の清水陽子教授と客野尚志教授の共同研究をまとめた論文「都市部における空き家分布と住民意識に関する研究:京都市東山区今熊野・一橋地区を事例として」が日本建築学会計画系論文集2019年6月号(第84巻第760号)に掲載されました。

 この研究は、京都市東山区の地区を対象に、空き家発生の要因と将来の発生の可能性について、住民意識と物理的環境の両面から考察したものです。従来の定説とは逆に、一定の条件を満たした古い市街地においては、バス停や医院からの距離が近い、いわゆる利便性が高いとされる地区で空き家率が高くなる現象があることを確認し、その原因について考察しました。さらにGIS(地理情報システム)を用いたモデルの検証から得られた結果をもとに、将来の空き家発生に関するポテンシャル地図を描くことに成功しました。

 空き家問題は全国的に深刻な問題となり、多くの自治体でこれに関する取り組みが始められていますが、根本的な解決方法については模索されている段階です。清水教授と客野教授は、この研究の成果を自治体にも還元し、計画策定に役立ててもらいたいと考えています。


  An article consolidating the joint research of Prof. Yoko Shimizu and Prof. Takashi Kyakuno, both of the School of Policy Studies, entitled “Research on Vacant House Distribution in Urban Areas and Residential Awareness: Using the Case of the Ichihashi Area in Imagumano, Higashiyama District, Kyoto City as Precedent” was published in the June 2019 issue of the Architectural Institute of Japan’s Journal of Architecture and Planning (Vol. 84, Issue 760).

 This research, which centered on an area in the Higashiyama District of Kyoto City, investigated the primary factors that cause houses to become vacant, as well as the likelihood that the problem will occur in the future, from a resident awareness perspective and a physical environment perspective. The researchers confirmed a phenomenon that was the complete opposite of conventionally accepted theories—among certain old residential areas that meet certain conditions, in so-called convenient areas which are close to bus stops and clinics, the percentage of vacant houses actually goes up—and investigated the reason why. Furthermore, the research successfully drew a map of areas that could potentially have houses becoming vacant in the future, based on results acquired from an investigation of models made using a GIS (Geographic Information System).

 The issue of vacant houses is becoming a serious problem all around the country. While many local governments are beginning to take action, with regard to basic ways to solve the problem, they are at the stage of groping for solutions. Prof. Shimizu and Prof. Kyakuno hope that this research will give back to municipalities, and be useful for formulating policies.


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