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ItemFuture of allotment gardens in the context of city spatial policy – A Case Study of Poznań(Wydział Nauk Geograficznych i Geologicznych Uniwersytetu im. Adama Mickiewicza, 2017) Poniży, Lidia; Stachura, KamilaMultifunctional allotment gardens are an important part of the green infrastructure of cities. In spite of this, they are given little attention in the plans and policies of cities. One of the major threats to the existence of allotment gardens within the spatial structure of cities is the pressure of investment, which results from an underestimation of the role of gardens. The task of preserving allotment gardens in the ecosystems of cities rests with the local spatial planning. Urban spatial policy towards allotment gardening is exemplified by the case study of Poznan. The bases for the analysis include the study of the conditions and directions of spatial planning, as the spatial policy document that sets forth the city and local spatial development plans, which are Acts of local laws. ItemNatural conditions as a premise for the development of the Poznań urbanised area(2010) Mizgajski, Andrzej; Bródka, Sylwia; Fagiewicz, Katarzyna; Kijowska, Jolanta; Łowicki, Damian; Markuszewska, Iwona; Poniży, LidiaThis paper presents the natural conditions in the Poznań urbanised area with a focus on lasting preservation of the resources both in respect of quantity and quality. The problem related sections concern the land surface, mineral resources, soil, water and assets of natural systems. The content shows elements of a nature potential diagnosis considering the forms of human pressure and condition of the environment’s components. Based on the above conclusions were drawn regarding the actions necessary to preserve or improve the nature-related aspects of the population’s quality of life. The purposefulness and scope of the current and planned co-operation between communes as regards environment management were assessed. ItemPossibilities of economic valuation of the planned land use changes in terms of the natural environment(2011) Poniży, LidiaThe land use structure is changed in consequence of implementing decisions taken in spatial planning documents. The change is usually set along the directions of modifying stable ecosystems into unstable ones, which has an adverse impact on the biodiversity and ecosystem services. Including the concept of ecosystem services into the strategic assessment of the environmental impact would form a basis for a quantitative valuation of the effects which the delivery of spatial planning decisions exerts on the environment. The main objective of this study is to present financial effects of the changes in the land use provided for in the local spatial management plan, currently reflected in the financial projection, as well as to present the Biotope Valuation Method (BMV) as an example of a tool to value the above changes, and finally to present the concept of ecosystem services as a perspective to estimate environmental changes resulting from spatial planning decisions. ItemPresja urbanizacyjna i jej wpływ na zmiany przestrzennej struktury użytkowania ziemi na wybranych obszarach podmiejskich Poznania(2009) Poniży, LidiaA basic condition of preserving high-quality human life on Earth, not only for the present but also future generations, is a rational use of environmental resources. This also embraces proper management of space. Space mismanagement can result in an uncontrolled sprawl of cities and chaotic growth of suburban areas. Socio-economicdevelopmenthasbroughtaboutachangeinthedominantfunctionsofsuburbanareas,andhencein the space of the suburban zone. Detrimental effects of urban sprawl onto suburban areas were observed in Western Europe in the 1960s. An assessment of the costs of the present urbanisation tendencies places them in the group of undesirable phenomena. In order to identify the directions of change, a spatial-temporal analysis was made of large-scale (1:10,000) transformationsintheland-usepatternjustbeyondthelimitsofPoznañcity.Itwasfoundthatchangeshadtakenplace not only in the forms of land use, but also in the nature of buildings. ItemZagadnienia turystyczne w dokumentach planistycznych w aspekcie uwarunkowań przyrodniczych gmin powiatu poznańskiego(2009) Poniży, LidiaRecreation grounds which city residents have at their disposal enhance their living conditions and improve the quality of life. The provision of short-term (after-hours) and weekend recreation is one of the major tasks of the suburban zone. However, an uncontrolled spread of Poznań into areas attractive in recreational terms may mean their irreversible loss. The fast rate of absorption of suburban areas by the city, especially those of high natural and cultural value, calls for measures protecting them against investment, so as to help them maintain their recreational function both today and in the future. What can secure Poznań's suburban areas against detrimental effects of suburbanisation is proper space management. Given the investment pressure and a great demand for new building lots, this is sometimes a very difficult task. Maintaining old and establishing new recreation grounds in communes is only possible through the adoption of suitable provisions in planning documents. Such decisions can crucially affect the operation of recreation space around Poznań. Therefore, an analysis was made of tourism-related issues addressed in selected planning documents in terms of direct and indirect provisions concerning recreation and leisure. (Direct provisions include, e.g., the delineation of recreation grounds, while indirect ones concern the rules of protection of the environment, nature and cultural landscape, or prospects of transport development.) The analysis embraced 12 communes neighbouring on Poznań and forming its suburban zone.