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Integrated spatial and energy planning – importance of a problem for contemporary architects and urban planners with focus on environmental factors


Along with respecting basic sustainable development goals, planners will also be obliged to meet more stringent provisions related to energy efficiency in the coming years. In Poland, a crucial year will be 2021, when the EU directive on the energy efficiency of buildings comes into force. In this matter, not only the characteristics of individual objects are of great importance, but their whole complexes and the overall approach to planning - considering the surroundings and referring to the urban scale. The purpose of this article is to indicate the main reasons for turning to integrated energy and spatial planning. It also explains the controversial issues related to speculated climate change and their potential relationship with the construction sector. In addition, the article presents arguments referring to ecological factors as well as basic issues related to the evolution of urban areas and socio-economic factors.


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Przestrzeń Ekonomia Społeczeństwo strony 41 - 56,
ISSN: 2299-1263
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Kurek J.: Integrated spatial and energy planning – importance of a problem for contemporary architects and urban planners with focus on environmental factors// Przestrzeń Ekonomia Społeczeństwo -,iss. 13/I (2018), s.41-56
Cyfrowy identyfikator dokumentu elektronicznego (otwiera się w nowej karcie) 10.23830/13/i/2018/4156
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