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THE IMPACT OF LANDSLIDE AREAS ON MUNICIPAL SPATIAL PLANNING

References THE ACT FROM 27 MARCH 2003 ON SPATIAL PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT (DZ. U. 2003 NR 80 POS. 717, WITH LATEST CHANGES).

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Conceptualising Quality in Spatial Planning

1 Introduction The question of quality in spatial planning has inspired a great variety of thought in planning theory, as it addresses both the legitimation of planning as a discipline and the evaluation of planning effectiveness. The distinction between good and bad plans influences the perception of what planners do or should do and, therefore, provides guidance for planning processes and planning outcomes ( Alexander/Faludi 1989 ). Furthermore, plan quality is important for successful plan implementation ( Berke/Backhurst/Day et al. 2006 ). Bear (1997

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Participation in Public Consultations on Spatial Planning Documents. The Case of Poznań City

communities in the process of changes in the territorial division). Ruch Prawniczy, Ekonomiczny i Socjologiczny 3, Wydawnictwo Naukowe UAM, Poznań. Kahila M., Kyttä M., 2010. SoftGIS as a bridge-builder in collaborative urban planning. In: Geertman S., Stillwell J. (eds), Planning support systems: Best practice and new methods. GeoJournal Library, Heidelberg. Kingston R., 2011. On-line public participation GIS for spatial planning. In Nyerges T., Couclelis H., McMaster R. (eds), The SAGE handbook of GIS and society. SAGE Publications, London

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The impact of maritime spatial planning on the development of the Black Sea

References 1. Douvere F. (2008), The importance of marine spatial planning in advancing ecosystem-based sea use management, Marine Policy, vol. 32, pp. 762-771. [2] Ehler C.N., Douvere F. (2009), Marine Spatial Planning: a Step-by-step Approach Toward Ecosystem-based Management, UNESCO, Paris. [3] Golumbeanu M., Nicolaev S. (editors) (2015), Study on Integrated Coastal Zone Management, Ex Ponto Publishing House, Constanta, Romania. [4] Petrişor A.-I. (2017), A diversity-based approach to the

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Restoration of Cultural Landscapes in Spatial Planning / Problemy Rewaloryzacji Krajobrazu Kulturowego w Planowaniu Przestrzennym

References 1. Bloemers T. (J. H. F.), Valk van der A.: Archaeological-historical landscape heritage and spatial planning in the Netherlands, w: Spatial planning and management as an instrument of shaping cultural landscapes, eds. K. Gawroński, J. Hernik, Bydgoszcz - Kraków, Oficyna Wydawnicza Branta 2010, s. 142 - 167. 2. Bundesnaturschutzgesetz (BNatSchG). Gesetz über Naturschutz und Landschaftspflege (Bundesnaturschutzgesetz) z dnia 29 lipca 2009 (BGBl. I, s. 2542). Available at http

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The Process of Informal Spatial Planning: A Literature Overview

REFERENCES Blaschke, T. (2010). Object based image analysis for remote sensing. ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing , 65 (1), 2–16. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.isprsjprs.2009.06.004 Blotevogel, H. H., Danielzyk, R. and Münter, A. (2014). Spatial Planning in Germany: Institutional inertia and new challenges. Edited: Mario Reimer, et al. Spatial Planning Systems and Practices in Europe: A Comparative Perspective on Continuity and Changes . Routledge. Briassoulis, H. (1997). How the others plan: exploring the shape and forms of

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The Village Fund as a Support Tool in Spatial Planning Activities: A Case Study of Poland

REFERENCES Biuro Planowania Przestrzennego Katowice (BPP Katowice) (1983). Materiały wejściowe. Katowice: BPP Katowice. BRZEZIŃSKI, C. (2015), Polityka przestrzenna w Polsce. Instytucjonalne uwarunkowania na poziomie lokalnym i jej skutki finansowe. Łódź: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego. BRZEZIŃSKI, C. (2016), ‘Threats of sustainable development resulting from legal requirements of spatial planning in Poland’, Economic and Environmental Studies, 16, 2 (38), pp. 319–330. CHRISIDU-BUDNIK, A. and KORCZAK, J. (2018), ‘The Role of Trust

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Transboundary spatial planning axes: Discontinuities and suggestions for harmonisation in the Elbe/Labe Euroregion

outcome. Urban Studies 36(8): 1247−1268. Perroux F (1950) Note sure la notion de pôle de croissance. Économie Appliquee 7: 307−320. Pottier P (1963) Axes de communication et développement économique. Revue économique 14: 58−132. Principles of spatial planning (ZÚR, Zásady územního rozvoje), 2011. Priemus H, Zonneveld W (2003) What are corridors and what are the issues? Introduction to special issue: the governance of corridors. Journal of Transport Geography 11(3): 167−177. Raumordnungsgesetz (ROG) of 22 December 2008 (BGBl. I p. 2986

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The Capabilities of Simulation in Spatial Planning

The Capabilities of Simulation in Spatial Planning

To facilitate and accelerate the integration of Latvia into the EU the latest strategic and spatial planning methods, as well as practical experience must be acquired. Spatial planning deals with land use issues forming the basis for high quality living environments and sustainable development.

This paper analyses the capabilities of simulation models in the area of spatial planning for training and practice processes in Latvia. On the basis of this analysis a multi-scale, spatially explicit, dynamic modelling framework for local government is developed.

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Legal and Organizational Framework for the use of Geoweb Methods for Public Participation in Spatial Planning in Poland: Experiences, Opinions and Challenges

urban planning. The syndromes such as NIMBY (Not In My Back Yard), in which there is a conflict between the common good and the good of the local community during the investment process are typical in spatial planning and well described in the literature ( Kraft & Clary 1991 , Dear 1992 , Matczak 1996 ). According to the report prepared by the Foundation for the Development of Local Democracy and Institute of Geography and Spatial Development of the Polish Academy of Science (2013) urban planning including broader group of stakeholders, equipped with instruments of

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