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Changes in land use structure in suburban zones in Poland after the 90

Vol. 7, No 3, 2014

 

Justyna Tanaś

Poznań University of Economics

Poland

justyna.tanas@ue.poznan.pl

FINANCIAL REVIEW AS AN ELEMENT OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IN THE POLISH LEGAL REGULATIONS

Maria Trojanek

Poznań University of Economics

Poland

m.trojanek@ue.poznan.pl

 

ABSTRACT.  Suburbanisation is currently an essential characteristic of urban development in big European cities and their peripheral zones, both in the so called “Old Europe” and in most big cities in post-Communist countries. Suburbanisation is reflected mainly in changes within land use, intensification of development outside the city borders (especially along exit roads), and increased commuting. 

 Land use structure is the outcome of decisions of bodies responsible for spatial management. It also depends on external factors (economic, technological, and social) and internal ones (e.g. current land development, attractiveness of land location within the city).  

The aim of the paper is to present changes in land use structure in Poland after the 90. with special focus on changes within suburban zone of Poznań city.

 

Received: June, 2014

1st Revision: September, 2014

Accepted: October, 2014

DOI: 10.14254/2071-8330.2014/7-3/7

JEL ClassificationE32, R33, P2

Keywordsstructure of land use, tenure structure, suburban zone, Poznań agglomeration