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The Impact of Changes in Planning Legislation on Investment Processes in Poland: Selected Issues

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In 2003, major amendments were introduced to the Polish legal system concerning planning, spatial development, construction and other related issues, including a completely new Act on planning. Two years following the amendments this article is aimed at outlining the current spatial development legal framework, nature and general direction of changes as well as selected practical effects of the changes on the planning, both beneficial and adverse. In particular, the article deals with the impact which current Polish planning and related laws have on investments, both private and public.

Affiliations: 1: Warsaw University; 2: Warsaw Chamber of Legal Advisers


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