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osiedli. Tom II Tereny Zielone (City and housing estate planning. Volume II: Green Areas – in Polish).Warszawa: Państwowe Wydawnictwo Naukowe. Diagnoza służąca wyznaczeniu obszarów zdegradowanych i obszaru rewitalizacji w mieście Tczewie (Delimitation of degraded areas and the urban regeneration area in the city of Tczew – in Polish). Urząd Miejski w Tczewie, available at: , DoA: 26.09.2017. Giedych, R., 2009: Zieleń miejska w świetle uwarunkowań prawnych. III Ogólnopolska konferencja szkoleniowa: Zieleń Miejska (Urban greenery in the light of

in the rural American Northwest. In: Social & Cultural Geography , Vol. 9(7), pp. 737–53. Lerman, Z. and Schreinemachers, P., 2005: Individual farming as a labour Sink: Evidence from Poland and Russia. In: Comparative Economic Studies , Vol. 47, pp. 675–695. Ling, C., Handley, K. and Rodwell, J., 2007: Restructuring the post-industrial landscape: A multifunctional approach. In: Landscape Research , Vol. 32(3), pp. 285–309. Lorens, P., 2005: Preliminary typology of degraded areas with metropolitan functions and potential. In: Biuletyn KPZK PAN , Vol. 223, pp

revitalisation is to navigate change in degraded areas by creating new opportunities for social, economic and cultural development. Revitalisation efforts combine technical measures with economic revival programmes as well as solutions addressing vital social problems. These measures restore spatial order, improve the quality of life and rebuild social ties ( Bielawska-Roepke, 2008 ). The effects of revitalisation are felt not only in the targeted area, but throughout the entire city. Revitalisation programmes increase a city’s attractiveness, standard of living, and tourist