Ahead of the announcement of housing supply measures next week, Minister of Land, Infrastructure and Transport Won Hee-ryong hinted that the regulation on one house per household in rural areas will be lifted in the long term.
Regarding the Seoul Yangpyeong Expressway suspicions, he said that former and current representatives of the Democratic Party had formed a formation.
Reporter Park Hyo-jeong reports.
Minister of Land, Infrastructure and Transport Won Hee-ryong made an angle by mentioning former and current representatives of the Democratic Party of Korea regarding the suspicion of preferential treatment given to First Lady Kim Kun-hee’s family surrounding the change in Seoul-Yangpyeong Expressway route.
Minister Won said at a debate invited by the Korea Newspaper and Broadcasting Editors’ Association, “CEO Lee Jae-myung and former representative Lee Hae-chan formed a group, and because it was a suspicion that would drag on to the general election, it could not be eliminated through normal methods.”
<Won Hee-ryong / Minister of Land, Infrastructure and Transport> “When I looked into it, I found out that they had formed a formation that included Lee Hae-chan, Lee Jae-myung, and Lee Jae-myung’s close associates. It’s not a problem to go on like this. (I) haven’t dealt with Lee Jae-myung once or twice.”
Regarding whether to resume the Yangpyeong Expressway project, he said he would resume it as soon as possible after verifying experts and collecting public opinions.
It was revealed that the core메이저놀이터 of the housing supply measure to be announced next week is the expansion of real estate project financing liquidity and the early supply of public sector housing.
<Won Hee-ryong / Minister of Land, Infrastructure and Transport> “I would like to inform you that the public sector contains various policies to make up for the contraction in supply that has accumulated over several months and to increase the speed of the overall circulation.”
Minister Won said that the time has come when a major change in land use is needed, and that the regulation on one home per household should be lifted in rural, mountainous, and fishing villages.
<Won Hee-ryong / Minister of Land, Infrastructure and Transport> “Rather, we encourage those in the metropolitan area to have houses in rural areas, so that people live in 4 provinces and 3 villages, 4 days in the metropolitan area, and 3 days in rural and fishing villages….” Minister Won, who took a test ride on the GTX-A