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  • Housing ; Land ; Land market ; Land value ; Minsk ; Municipality ; Poland ; Residential area ; Rural area ; Spatial distribution ; Urban area ; Warsaw
  • The objective of this paper is to analyse spatial distribution of market values of land for residential housing, and to determine to what degree its variability can depend on commuting time. The study area cover communes of the Mińsk poviat strongly
  • Economic development ; Housing ; Infrastructure ; Lublin ; Municipality ; Poland ; Quality of life ; Rural area ; Suburbanization ; Urban development ; Urban structure ; Urbanization
  • Economic and social transformation that took place after 1989 largely contributed to the changes in suburban landscapes. Suburbanization, which we can observe in the Lublin area, has a huge impact on the quality of life. Housing development over
  • the directions of change in terms of housing and economic development. The study is based on an analysis of building permits issued in different localities of the area. The results include long-term problems related to the inadequacy of rural areas to handle
  • Rural areas are characterized by lower income base and more dispersed settlements. Their investment potential may significantly differ from the municipalities, but their inhabitants require access to the same type of public services. Based
  • on the collected data and analytical procedures proposed by T. Lubinska and others (2007), E. Markowska-Bzducha (2008) and the Gdansk Institute for Market Economics as well as authors own indicators, the investment potential of rural areas in the years 2005–2010
  • The “Friendly Countryside” competition is directed to all subjects operating in rural areas which raise EU funds for rural area development (co-financed from the Rural Development Programme 2007-2013). The projects were assessed in three categories
  • The suburban zone can be regarded as a life form, changed and developed continually. Intensive urban processes which take place in its area result in the transformation of economic and social structures and of natural environment, especially
  • in the changes of landscape – structures of land use, the diversity of settlement forms, the participation of naturally valuable areas. Units located in the vicinity of big cities lose their rural identities. Local studies and analysis make it possible
  • Agricultural landscape ; Arable land ; Environment ; Land management ; Landscape ; Perception ; Poland ; Rural area ; Rural planning ; Spatial organization
  • is understood in the work as the image and a state of the human life environment. The rural land patterns express the organization of the space and determine the appearance of country areas. Historically formed layouts are cultural heritage and it is necessary
  • Cartography ; Distance ; Interpolation ; Krigeage ; Landscape ; Olsztyn ; Planning ; Poland ; Regionalization ; Rural area ; Space
  • . The analyzed space were rural areas in the transitional zone of Olsztyn. Interpolation was performed using classification values determined with the involvement of the impression curve method proposed by Wejchert. The results can be used to model planning space
  • Housing ; Poland ; Rural area ; Rural development ; Second home ; Spatial distribution ; Tourism
  • tourist services in rural areas and identify the barriers to the development of tourism in the Region of Warmia and Mazury. – (BJ)
  • This article discusses afforestation projects undertaken in agricultural areas as part of EU-funded initiatives, in particular the „Afforestation of agricultural land” activity implemented under the Rural Development Program in the 2004–2006
  • The concept of social change refers to any alteration in the social order. Social transformations observed in the suburbs result from the suburbanization process, i.e. the migration of city dwellers to areas on the fringes of metropolitan regions
  • discusses other changes in Lithuania’s agricultural policy, including the creation of sustainable managed farms, comprehensive management of rural areas, land consolidation and initiation of programs for the revival of fallow land. The study is based
  • the spatial policies and local development areas in Poland, especially in the rapidly transforming villages in the suburban zones. Primary objective of this paper is to identify differences in the territorial identification and social perception of space