The green waterfront of a city. Where are the limits of good planning? Gdansk case
The aim of the article is to present the role of green public areas of waterfronts in shaping the image of cities, and the threats to such landscape which may be caused by wrong planning decisions. The case study of Gdansk sea-shore area in Poland is presented as an example to illustrate the values and potential of the waterfront landscape which can be easily destroyed by inadequate spatial development. Some theoretical studies have been conducted as a basis for case study analysis. Gdansk study case proves that there is a need for strategic planning of city landscape. The crucial conclusion relates to the need for prediction of environmental and landscape threats caused by inadequate development, and the need of reinterpreting the approaches related to city landscape, with the aim of restoring and enhancing the green and recreation areas within the cities. The presented thesis may support good practice in urban planning, especially in relation to landscape protection and shaping. The role of public participation and acceptance in decision-making is stressed as a crucial factor in influencing the city planning.
Aleksandra Sas-Bojarska. (2013). The green waterfront of a city. Where are the limits of good planning? Gdansk case, 643-654.
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- Proceedings of the 49th ISOCARP Congress: Frontiers of Planning - Evolving and Declining Models of Planning Practice strony 643 - 654
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- Sas-Bojarska A..: The green waterfront of a city. Where are the limits of good planning? Gdansk case, W: Proceedings of the 49th ISOCARP Congress: Frontiers of Planning - Evolving and Declining Models of Planning Practice , 2013, ISOCARP,.
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