2006 年 22 巻 p. 163-168
In recent years, inhabitants are one of stakeholders in planning a public work and their opinions make an important role in the procedure of assessment. Such assessment is also necessary in evaluating existent works executed before the amendment of the Seacoast Law. To investigate the inhabitants' estimation of public work, questionnaire researches on the opinion of inhabitant about public work have been carried out in two coastal zones. The two zones are in Okura coast, Hyogo and Nishikinohama coasts, Osaka, where the Coastal Community Zone works (CCZ work) were done by Japanese government. In this paper, inhabitants' evaluation of the environment improvement work and the participation of inhabitant have been discussed. The results show that the inhabitants appreciate the improvement works, however, they do not recognize the objectives and plan of the works correctly. This means that the advertising the purpose and outline of works to inhabitants is an essential factor to gain the better estimations of them.