|Other Titles:||DEVELOPMENT AND SCENIC PRESERVATION OF ROKKO MOUNTAIN IN 1930S -Controversy over the mountain development and scenic area designation-|
|Author's alias:||YAMAGUCHI, Keita|
City Planning Act
|Abstract:||This paper discusses the process of construction of Rokko Mountain in 1930s and the movement of scenic preservation against the development. Kobe Municipal Assembly and Kobe city led roads construction on the mountain with intention of tourism and residential area development, with provided property ward forests and a national subsidy. On the other hand, Hyogo Prefecture planned to designate Rokko Mountain as Scenic Areas under the City Planning Act with the viewpoint of scenic preservation and flood-control. These two actors were at loggerheads over designation of Scenic Areas. Kobe city gained acceptance their plan and drafted the individual development plan with the help of scholar's authority.|
|Rights:||© 2012 日本建築学会|
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