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Suburbanization and Local Governance - Positive and Negative Forms: Olomouc Case Study

Kladivo Petr (), Roubínek Pavel (), Opravil Zdeněk () and Nesvadbová Martina ()
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Nesvadbová Martina: Palacky University in Olomouc, Department of Geography, Faculty of Sciences, 17. listopadu, 771-46 Olomouc, Czech Republic; phone: +420 776 294 764 phone: +420 723 276 123 phone: +420 602 562 705 phone: +420 732 644 531.

Bulletin of Geography. Socio-economic Series, 2015, vol. 27, issue 27, 95-107

Abstract: Over the previous 15-20 years (in Czech conditions), suburban processes have substantially influenced the appearance and transformation of municipalities on the fringe of larger cities. And it is not only the morphology of the municipality structure (new housing estates and their urban as well as architectural solutions) that has undergone the transformation, but also the functions municipalities have started to fulfil (the development of civic amenities and services). After such a long period of time, we are capable of identifying negative as well as positive impacts of suburban processes on municipalities, and evaluating the role of local actors (with regard to local governance) in the shaping of sub-urbias and their appearance (the area urban solution, infrastructure, architecture in terms of housing appearance, etc.). We are also capable of assessing new construction sites based on their location or appearance (housing naturally complementing or suitably extending the municipality built-up area, or, on the contrary, a satellite housing estate built “on a greenfield site”), social climate between old residents and newcomers, etc. The goal of the paper is to present the most significant aspects that have had influence on new housing construction in suburban zone municipalities, and to describe differences in the application of the concept of local governance (at the lowest - microregional, or possibly municipal tier) in positively impacted municipalities as compared with those affected rather negatively. Concentrating on the city of Olomouc and its suburban zone in greater detail, the study shall also outline expected future development.

Date: 2015
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DOI: 10.1515/bog-2015-0007

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