#10 Planning Law: What Poland learnt from German Revitalisation Law

'Why does actually Poland look like a Disneyland?' stated a rather rhetorical question, bolding in the Urban Planning section of Welt.de in 2014, exactly one year before the new revisatisation law came into effect. Poland needed a clear and legit scheme that would help it sustain over 20% of its degraded areas which included more than …

#9 Urban Economics and Law– Inherited disorder: Why Poland’s Urban Landscape is on dismental

“Understanding of the total historical setting is bound to contribute to a clearer view of theactual course of affairs” (vgl: Deutsch) and enables understanding the origin of nowadays’revitalisation areas. Due to meaningful differences in political situation between Western European countries and Poland, especially since late 1790, which indicatively leveraged the further developmentof the land, the …