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Development perspectives and problems accompanying the regeneration of Zabłocie (Kraków) over the years

, Maribor. Available from: [accessed: 01.09.2017]. Lorber L. Godina V. Lobnik U. Rudl V. Jurisiš Bende G. 2012 BRM - Brownfield Revitalisation Methodology ReTInA - Revitalisation of traditional industrial Areas in South - East Europe Faculty of Arts, University of Maribor Maribor Available from [accessed: 01.09.2017] Łącznica kolejowa Kraków Zabłocie - Kraków Krzemionki, zadania i wyzwania (2016). Available from: [accessed: 28.03

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Closed circulation loops in historic buildings. Cultural diagnosis as one of the major factors in a contemporary designer’s workshop

2015 Energy Procedia 78 1359 1364 10.1016/j.egypro.2015.11.15 [accessed: 25.08.2018] Di Ruocco, G., Sicignano, C. & Sessa, A. (2016) Integrated methodologies energy efficiency of historic buildings International High-Performance Built Environment Conference – A Sustainable Built Environment Conference 2016 Series (SBE16), iHBE 2016. Procedia Engineering, 180, 1653–1663. 10.1016/ [accessed 25.08.2018] [ Di Ruocco G. Sicignano C. Sessa A. 2016 Integrated methodologies energy efficiency of historic buildings

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One more inventory or spatial planning – which better serves the goals of the Carpathian Convention in historic towns?

’s Urban Architectural Heritage: between Neglect and Revitalization paper presented at ARCCHIP Workshop A03 on Cultural Heritage in Urban Areas in June 2001 Prague/Liblice Available from [accessed: 18.01.2016] Ogilvie, M. M. (1897) Die Korallen der Stramberger Schichten , Palaeontographica 7A, 73–282 [in German]. Ogilvie M. M. 1897 Die Korallen der Stramberger Schichten Palaeontographica 7A 73 282 [in German] Pirisi, G. & Trócsányi, A. (2014) Shrinking Small Towns in Hungary: The Factors Behind the Urban Decline in

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A Transgressive Approach Towards Agritectural Space – The Idea of Agricultural-Urban Use Settlements

/Mamania, Warszawa, 580–582. Louv R. 2016 Ostatnie dziecko lasu Relacja/Mamania Warszawa 580 582 Millenersi wolqfarmy, nizpolagolfowe (29.03.2016). Available from: [accessed: 25.04.2017]. Millenersi wolqfarmy, nizpolagolfowe (29.03.2016) Available from [accessed: 25.04.2017] Mougeot, L.J.A. (2000) Urban agriculture: definition , presence , potential and risks , [in:] N. Bakker, ed., Growing cities , growing food: urban agriculture on the

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In the shadow of the urban regeneration megaproject: Urban transitions in downtown Łódź, Poland

. Jarosław Kazimierczak – one of the authors of the paper took part in it. organised in 2011. Blocks C, D, E, F, and G make up one of the three functional zones of the NCŁ ( Fig. 1 ). They cover the historic part of the city centre, which was originally planned within a bigger urban structure for industrial Łódź in the years 1825–1828. These blocks, which together form the western zone of the NCŁ project, are built-up with buildings that will be regenerated and then used for housing and services. Blocks A and B extending over an area of 10.67 ha (25.33% of the research

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Bitola – from Eyalet capital to regional centre in the Republic of Macedonia

), 50 taverns, 37 watermills, 93 bakeries, 10 kafeanes , 5 tile manufacturers, 3 magazas for clothes, 25 taverns, 1 post office, 15 pharmacies, and 15 petroleum storage facilities in the Bazaar of Bitola, although there weren’t any factories, which amounted to a total of 2,054 active economic entities in Bitola ( Petkova 1993/1994 : 138). Trade In 1865, there were 40 bigger and 340 smaller tradesmen operating in Bitola, however some foreign tradesmen were also involved, as well as branches of many trade houses. Many trading companies from Bitola had their

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Analysis of inclusionary housing as an urban planning instrument of the North in the South: the context of Dhaka

Development of housing finance and its impact on socio-economic uplift in the emerging economy in Bangladesh Proceedings of the IFC Conference on Measuring financial innovation and its impact Basel 26–27 August 2008 IFC Bulletin 31 97 110 Available from [accessed 03.03.2016] Rahman, M. M. (2001) Bastee eviction and housing rights: a case of Dhaka, Bangladesh, Habitat International, 25, 49–67. 10.1016/S0197-3975(00)00026-6 Rahman M. M. 2001 Bastee eviction and housing rights: a case of Dhaka Bangladesh Habitat International 25 49 67

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New trends in social housing allocation – case study (City of Poznań, Poland)

guaranteed by the public sector, temporarily devote their real-estate to social purposes in line with the principles regulating the public housing sector (rent control, tenants from waiting lists etc.). Businesses are encouraged to get involved in social housing through different types of grants, favourable fiscal treatment, as well as administrative and legal incentives. The effects of cooperation between the public and private sectors in the European Union are e.g. sharing land allocated for construction purposes, developing a common infrastructure network, making in

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When dreams come true – urban land use and management trends desired by residents and participatory budgeting – a case study in Toruń

example of, among other cities, Łódź (e.g. Gałecki 2013 ; Słomczewska 2013 ; Borowski 2015 ; Brzeziński 2016 ; Kalisiak-Mędelska 2016 ; Leśniewska-Napierała 2017 ; Radziszewski 2018 ), Krakow (e.g. Jaśkowiec 2017 ; Kołodziej-Hajdo 2017 ), Olsztyn (e.g. Nowak 2017 ), Poznań (e.g. Kotus 2013 ; Kalisiak-Mędelska 2016 ), Warsaw (e.g. Laskowska 2017 ; Pietrusińska 2017 ) and Wrocław (e.g. Kajdanek 2016 ; Adamiczka 2017 ; Tatarowska & Furmankiewicz 2018 ). Participatory budgeting, like the other tools for social dialogue, has several stages. The procedure

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The foodservice business in big Polish cities

+ 120.55 + 25.78 Bars 36 436 40 834 27 145 22 290 -38.83 -17.89 Food stands 32 377 34 572 23 892 23 080 - 28.72 - 3.40 Canteens 7 010 6 950 4 509 4 183 - 40.33 - 7.23 Total 84 342 92 072 70 483 68 342 -18.98 -3.04 Source: Own calculations based on CSO (GUS) data The decreasing number of food service enterprises (excluding restaurants) proves that the economic crisis was also observed in the sector described ( Gheribi 2015 ). Food stands (33.8% of

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