Revitalization in Warsaw as an instrument for managing urban and regional development

Mirosław Grochowski, Magdalena Fuhrmann, Tomasz Zegar

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Vol no: 5

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The issue of urban revitalization is becoming increasingly important in Poland. The reason for this is not only the degree of degradation of many cities or parts of them, which leads to a decline in their attractiveness or the appearance of problems of a social and economic nature. The growing importance of urban revitalization is also due to the fact that its positive effects can affect the situation not only of the local system, but also of supra-local systems, stimulating in them the desired phenomena and processes, important for development in a broader spatial perspective.