The content of the lecture the following topics: the city as an object of interdisciplinary research; research approaches to urban studies; the processes of urbanization and the form and spatial structure of urban areas; new urban management, creative cities and shrinking cities, creators of the city, the city and surroundings local, regional, national and transnational ; urban society, the housing market, polarization and social segregation, problems of multicultural cities, local communities and their identity, socio-spatial conflicts, gentrification; the city as an organized socio-political structure, urban governance; planning of urban development and land use planning, sustainable development, smart growth, new urbanism. After completing the course the student: KNOWLEDGE: knows and understands the basic concepts and concepts explaining the formation of a spatial form, economic and social structure of the city and forms the body of the city and concepts of development planning and zoning. SKILLS: able to reach the appropriate literature and use theoretical knowledge to identify determinants and effects of any city development processes and to assess the usefulness of this knowledge. Hall T. Knox P.
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PL EN. Widoczny [Schowaj] Abstrakt. Adres strony. Acta Universitatis Lodziensis. Folia Geographica Socio-Oeconomica. Although there were not so many factories, not so many employed workers in this branches of industry as in textile one, it played vital role in everyday life of citizens and development of the city.
Unfortunately, literature about this subject matter is very poor. This article, based on part of the author's Master's thesis, written under the supervision of Ph. Author browsed number of archival materials, addresses books and former publications in order to find the most important industrial areas of those branches.
He used GIS programs to verify spatial relations between objects surveyed by the way. As the result he valuated the utility of some GIS tools in this research case. Standard Deviation Ellipse analysis pointed out they were located almost proportionally both sides of the Piotrkowska Street.
Though there were a little bit more research areas in West side of the Piotrkowska Street and they were less dispersed than those from its East side. Buffer map showed, that they were of very good or good communication accessibility. It was notably essential from the cultural heritage point of view, to find cadastral districts with the high percentage of machine, automotive and semi-conductor industry areas.
That type of development was clearly seen in cadastral districts: W and S The latter was concentrated in the downtown and that one, according to the author, deserved the special attention to. It was because the industrial buildings were very congested there, well conserved, dated between the end of nineteenth and the beginning of twentieth century with great history memories e. John was one of ten the largest metal industry factories in Polish Kingdom in ninetennth century. The vicinity of many other significant areas of machine, automotive and semi-conductor industry e.
The areas surveyed usually were not large. Thanks to them creating thematic maps like cartograms and cartodiagrams were much simpler. They also automated process of making buffer maps or applying centrographic measures. Opis fizyczny. Adamiak W. Agajew M. Ihnatowicz I. Klemantowicz D. Kortus B. Koter M. Kotlicka J. Liszewski S. Lorenc-Karczewska A. Parki krajobrazowe nie tylko zielone, czyli rzecz o dziedzictwie kulturowym [w:] Kurowski K.
Missalowa G. Piech M. Ratajski L. Richter C. Kalendarz informacyjno-adresowy na rok , Wyd. Runge J. Schleiferowa K. Straszewicz L. Weinberg B. Wilk W. Wolaniuk A. Typ dokumentu.
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Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. While issuing a planning permit for a new project, requirements resulting from the Spatial Planning and Management Law need to be taken into consideration. Although master plans play their central role in the development of manager space, in absence of them, theirfunction is taken over by planning permits. The planning permit can be made for an area where no master plan has been developed and when it is possible to continue and complete existing buildings. View PDF. Save to Library.