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Sequence of Development Plan

Hokkaido Comprehensive Development Plan (HCDP)

Plan
(period)
Objectives of the plan Strategies Major policies Background
First-Term HCDP
(1952 - 1962)
Exploiting natural resources Revitalizing industries  
First Five-Year HCDP (1952 – 1956)
Developing power sources
Improving roads, harbors and rivers
Increasing food production
Conducting basic research Second Five-Year HCDP (1957 – 1962)
Strengthening industrial infrastructure such as roads and harbors
Developing power sources
Improving facilities for land conservation
Improving agricultural production bases
Increasing productivity in agriculture, forestry and fisheries
Developing mining and manufacturing industries
Improving cultural, welfare and industrial facilities
1. Post-war economic revitalization
2. Transition from economic revitalization to high economic growth
Second-Term HCDP
(1963 - 1970)
Advancing industrial structures Promoting the development of key areas
Modernizing agricultural, forestry and fishing industries
Promoting the development of mining and manufacturing industries
Establishing comprehensive systems of transportation and telecommunication
Conserving land and promoting irrigation
Promoting social development
Developing industrial technologies, improving technical education/training and promoting smooth movements of the workforce
1. High economic growth and growing regional imbalance
2. Industrial decentralization and adoption of the key area development system (The First Comprehensive National Development Plan 1962)
Third-Term HCDP
(1971 - 1977)
Constructing a highly-productive and advanced welfare society Promoting leading development projects, improving core city zones and forming wide living zones
Developing and revitalizing modern industries
Strengthening the bases of social life
Establishing new systems of transportation, telecommunication and energy transport
Conserving land and developing water resources
Promoting environment protection and conservation and developing tourist industries
1. Coordination of economic growth, environment and welfare
2. The new Comprehensive National Development Plan
Fourth-Term HCDP
(1978 - 1987)
Creating a stable total environment Developing the Regional Comprehensive Environment Zones
Improving development bases of basic industries
Establishing a central management base
Improving urban as well as agricultural, mountain and fishing village environments
Improving basic transportation and telecommunication systems
Improving water resources development facilities, etc.
Securing measures of preventing disasters including conservation of national land
Enhancing the social and cultural environment appropriate to a northern region
1. Changes of orientation: from growth to stability
2. The Third Comprehensive National Development Plan
Fifth-Term HCDP
(1988 - 1997)
Contributing to the long-term development of Japan and enabling Hokkaido to compete successfully with regions elsewhere in Japan and the world Establishing a multi-layered network and developing urban- rural compound communities
Developing flexible and vital industries
Developing advanced networks of transportation and communication
Developing safe and comfortable communities
1. Overconcentration in Tokyo
2. The Fourth Comprehensive National Development Plan
Sixth-Term HCDP
(1998 – 2007)
1. Self-reliant Hokkaido with its door open to Japan and other countries
2. Being pound of rich environments and resources, passing them down to the next generation
3. Safe and comfortable Hokkaido where people can enjoy diversified lifestyles and culture
Freedom of choice and competitiveness Active exchanges and cooperation
Establishing food supply bases from a global standpoint and to foster the expected growth industries
Establishing the Northern International Exchange Sphere
Preserving beautiful and magnificent environments
Meeting the demand for self-actualization, such as travel, recreation and exchange activities
Realizing safe and comfortable living environments
1. Stagnant economic activities, international competition and an aging society with a falling birthrate
2. Grand Design for the 21st Century
Seventh-Term HCDP
(2008 – 2016)
Realization of an Open and Competitive Hokkaido, Realization of a Sustainable and Beautiful Hokkaido,etc.
Diverse Cooperation and Collaboration, Demonstration of the New Hokkaido Initiative,etc.
Achieving a self-reliant, stable and globally competitive economy
Establishing sustainable communities to lead the era of the global environment and coexistence with nature
Developing attractive and vigorous communities in the northern region
Enhancing networks and mobility that support domestic and international exchanges
Creating safe and secure national land
1. Rapid globalization
2. Deteriorating global environmental problems
3. An aging society with a falling birthrate

Comprehensive National Development Plan (CNDP)

  Date of Approval by the Cabinet Target Achievement year Basic objectives Development Method Background
CNDP October 5, 1962 1970 Well-balanced development between regions Development of regional hubs
1. Transition to high growth economy
2. Overpopulation and disparity in income
3. align="left" National income-doubling plan
(Pacific Belt Zone Project)
New CNDP May 30, 1969 1985 Creation of a rich environment Large-scale project development
1. High growth economy
2. Concentration of population and industry in metropolitan areas
3. Advancement of information technology, globalization, and technical renovation
Third CNDP November 4, 1977 About 10 years from 1977 Improvement of the general living environment Stable settlement concept
1. Stable economic growth
2. Signs of decentralization of population and industry
3. It became obvious that national resources and energies are limited
Fourth CNDP June 30, 1987 Around 2000 Formation of a multipolar country Interactive network concept
1. Concentration of population and various functions in Tokyo
2. Employment issues in non-metropolitan areas are more serious for reasons such as drastic structual changes in industry
3. Advancement of full-scale globalization
Grand Design for the 21st Century March 31, 1998 2010 - 2015 Prepare the basics for a multiaxial structure Participation and cooperation
1. Global age (Global environmental issues, megacompetition, and exchanges with Asian nations)
2. Decreasing population and the aging society
3. Information-oriented society

Population trend

  • Population trend
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