Public housing new housing complex development

In the town, we are proceeding with a plan to develop public housing that combines dwelling units and dwelling units for child-rearing households to eliminate mismatches in existing public housing, as well as assembly facilities that contribute to the creation of communities, and incidental exteriors. I am.

About new housing complex maintenance basic design

Based on the Niseko Town Basic Plan for Living Life and the Niseko Town Public Housing, etc. Longevity Plan, we have been studying the development of a new housing complex. For 2020 degree (2020), we made a basic design and examined the maintenance policy. The following is an overview.
In the future, we perform detailed design, further deepen the study, 2023 we are are going to perform maintenance from the degree.

Site overview

■ Lot number 136-5 out of 136-1 Fujimi, Niseko Town
■ Area 4,647m2

Business summary

■ Public housing 2 buildings 16 units (1LDK: 10 units, 3LDK: 6 units), wooden 2-story (quasi-fireproof structure)
・ Building No. 1 7 units (1LDK: 3 units, 3LDK: 4 units) Total floor area 691.1m2
・ Building No. 2 9 units (1LDK: 7 units, 3LDK: 2 units) Total floor area 720.96m2
■ Meeting facility (support facility) Total floor area 200.4m2Degree, wooden one-story building
■ Crossing corridor Total floor area 76.60m2, Wooden two stories

Facility maintenance basic policy

■ Development of public housing that combines dwelling units for small-group elderly households and dwelling units for child-rearing households
・ As the population and the number of households increase, the occupancy rate of public housing is almost 100%, and the rate of recruitment continues to be high.
・ There are issues such as the current situation where it is difficult for new child-rearing households to move in and the mismatch of residence in existing housing.
・ To solve the problem, we will develop a small number of dwelling units in existing public housing and a large dwelling unit for child-rearing households.
■ Development of meeting facilities that also contribute to the creation of communities
・ The meeting facility will be used as a living space in the area, in addition to its purpose as a housing complex meeting place.
・ By creating a place that is used not only by residents of the housing complex but also by local residents, a good relationship between the new housing complex and the existing community
It shall contribute to the construction.
■ Adoption of traditional wooden construction method
・ Construction by local businesses is possible (economic circulation, etc.)
・ Improvement of technical capabilities of local businesses (shortage of workers, human resource development, etc.)
・ Niseko Town (model houses in the area, quality improvement, etc.)
■ Outer skin performance UA value 0.28W / (m2 ・ K) or less * Design value: dwelling unit 0.26 to 0.21W / (m2 ・ K), meeting facility 0.26W / (m2 ・ K)
・ External insulation method (frame insulation + additional insulation), high-performance sash (triple glass), etc.
■ Sound insulation performance
・ Boundary wall sound insulation Dr50 (next conversation, TV sound can hardly be heard)
・ Floor sound insulation RC public housing level (some living sounds can be heard, chair dragging sounds can be heard)
■ Type 3 ventilation by the chamber method in the ceiling
・ By taking in outside air via the ceiling, the temperature will be as close as possible to the room.
-Good maintainability of ventilation equipment.
■ Introduction of universal design

The basic design is complete

The basic design for the maintenance of the new public housing complex and meeting facilities has been completed, so please see below.

Scheduled maintenance schedule

We are planning the following plans for the development of the new housing complex, aiming for completion at the end of 2024 (Reiwa 6).
R1 (2019)R2 (2020)R3 (2021)R4 (2022)R5 (2023)R6 (2024)
Basic planbasic designfinal designLicense applicationPhase 1 constructionPhase 2 construction

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