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THE NEW JAPANESE HOUSING POLICY AND RESEARCH AND DEVELPOMENT TO PROMOTE THE LONGER LIFE OF HOUSING

@inproceedings{Minami2010THENJ,
  title={THE NEW JAPANESE HOUSING POLICY AND RESEARCH AND DEVELPOMENT TO PROMOTE THE LONGER LIFE OF HOUSING},
  author={K. Minami},
  year={2010}
}
The new law which promotes the longer life of housing in Japan passed the Upper House of the Japanese Parliament on October 28, 2008. In the author’s last paper for CIB W104 in Noordwijk in October 2009, the technical guidelines of the new law were introduced. In this paper, the author explains the outline of the ongoing research and development to prolong the life of apartment buildings in Japan which follows the establishment of the new law. 

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