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Interrelationships between municipal spatial policy strategy and airport operation and development. Lodz Airport case study

cardiovascular disease Circulation, 121(21), 2331–2378. 10.1161/CIR.0b013e3181dbece1 Brook R. D. Rajagopalan S. Pope C. A. Brook J. R. Bhatnagar, A., Diez-Roux, A. V., ... & Peters, A 2010 Particulate matter air pollution and cardiovascular disease Circulation 121 21 2331 – 2378 Brueckner, J. K. & Girvin, R. (2008) Airport noise regulation, airline service quality, and social welfare Transportation Research Part B: Methodological, 42(1), 19–37. 10.1016/j.trb.2007.05.005 Brueckner J. K. & Girvin R. 2008 Airport noise regulation, airline

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Measuring dynamic public transit accessibility to local centres in Warsaw

transport versus private car GIS - based estimation of accessibility applied to the Tel Aviv metropolitan area . Available from: https://link.springer.com/content/pdf/10.1007%2Fs00168-010-0392-6.pdf [accessed: 27.04.2017]. Benenson I. Martens K. Rofé Y. Kwatler A. 2011 Public transport versus private car GIS-based estimation of accessibility applied to the Tel Aviv metropolitan area. Available from https://link.springer.com/content/pdf/10.1007%2Fs00168-010-0392-6.pdf [accessed: 27.04.2017] Cervero, R., Ferrell, C., & Murphy, S. (2002) Transit - oriented development

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Embedding resilience of urban areas to climate change: a case study of Rotterdam

development in New York City : Bridging flood insurance , building codes , and flood zoning , New York Academy of Sciences, 1227, 1–82. 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2011.06074.x . Aerts J. C. J. H. Botzen W. J. W. 2011 Flood-resilient waterfront development in New York City: Bridging flood insurance, building codes, and flood zoning New York Academy of Sciences 1227 1 82 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2011.06074.x Boer, F. (2014) Benthemplein : an exciting combination of greenery , recreation and water storage , DELTA Rotterdam. Connecting water with opportunities, 8–10. Boer F. 2014

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Differentiation of residential development in Poland’s provincial capitals

, Z. Nedovic´-Budic´, eds., The urban mosaic of post - socialist Europe , Physica-Verlag HD, 91–110. 10.1007/3-7908-1727-9_5 Bertaud A. 2006 The spatial structures of Central and Eastern European cities Tsenkova S. Nedovic´-Budic´ Z. The urban mosaic of post-socialist Europe Physica-Verlag HD 91 110 Brade, I., Herfert, G., & Wiest, K. (2009) Recent trends and future prospects of socio - spatial differentiation in urban regions of Central and Eastern Europe: A lull before the storm? , Cities, 26 (5), 233–244. 10.1016/j.cities.2009.05.001 Brade I. Herfert G. Wiest

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The socio-demographic dimensions of energy poverty: a case study from Bytom, Poland

upgrading in selected buildings in Poland case study: The town of Zielona Góra Energy and Buildings 130 811 820 Balaras, C. A., Droutsa, K., Dascalaki, E. & Kontoyiannidis, S. (2005a) Heating energy consumption and resulting environmental impact of European apartment buildings , Energy and Buildings, 37, 429–442. 10.1016/j.enbuild.2004.08.003 Balaras C. A. Droutsa K. Dascalaki E. Kontoyiannidis S. 2005a Heating energy consumption and resulting environmental impact of European apartment buildings Energy and Buildings 37 429 442 Balaras, C. A., Droutsa, K., Dascalaki

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Classification and analysis of social participation initiatives in a post-industrial city – a case study of Pabianice

. former Krusche&Ender factory by the main street and the renaissance church in 2015, d. view from the west in 2015 Source: author’s collage, photographs: a. Krusche&Ender’s company letterhead from the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries, b., d. photos by Piotr Wajman, c. photo by Anna Mastalerz The history of Pabianice dates back to the 10/11th century, which is significantly earlier than most of the post-industrial cities in the region. The town was granted its municipal rights in the first half of the 14th century. In 1565, a fortified renaissance mansion

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The welfare consequences of the suburbanisation of poverty in UK cities: air pollution and school quality

correlation is stronger for NO 2 which is more closely associated with road traffic. Figure 3 Correlations of air pollution with distance from centre for 12 cities Source: own study based on DEFRA website Coefficients range from -0.5 to -0.8 for NO 2 compared with -0.3 to -0.6 for most cases with PM 10 . The relationship is not always a simple linear one in each city as the more detailed Figures in the Appendix show, reflecting variations in built form and, for example, the presence of major roads which cut through the cities. Nevertheless, there is a

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

.00 B 42.29% 43.91% 1.62% 3.44 3.52 0.08 C 32.72% 32.72% 0.00% 3.93 3.93 0.00 D 47.91% 47.91% 0.00% 4.00 4.00 0.00 E 43.29% 43.10% -0.20% 3.66 3.56 -0.10 F 30.34% 30.29% -0.05% 5.33 4.45 -0.88 G 18.55% 12.81% -5.75% 4.51 4.63 0.12 A-G 36.15% 35.73% -0.42% 3.94 3.91 -0.03 Over the years 2013–2016 the study area witnessed the demolition of 4 buildings and the construction of 2 new ones. The most profound

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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

Science Review, 19(2), 101–117. 10.1177/019251298019002002 Andrew C. & Goldsmith M. 1998 From local government to local governance - and beyond? International Political Science Review 19 2 101 – 117 Bardhan, P. & Mookherjee, D. (2006) Decentralization and local governance in developing countries: a comparative perspective The MIT Press, Cambridge. Bardhan P. & Mookherjee D. 2006 Decentralization and local governance in developing countries: a comparative perspective The MIT Press Cambridge Borowski, K. (2015) Budżet

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The impact of depopulation in urban areas on the development of built-up suburban areas – the case of Poznań and Skórzewo

to -0.5 and from 0.5 to 1.0 as strong ones). The result obtained is close to the maximum value that can be achieved in the study (–1.00 or 1.00), which means that the correlation is extremely strong. This also indicates a linear connection between the two factors analysed. A statement can be ventured that the exact correlation is the quantifiable confirmation of the existing suburbanisation process in Skórzewo and Poznań. Moreover, the close relationship can underlie more accurate forecasts of demand for built-up areas in future planning documents concerning

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