ReNewTown expert

Title
Dr
First name
Stanisław
Last name
Kozłowski
Institution
Department of Environment and Spatial Planning, Łódź University (Katedra Zagospodarowania Środowiska i Polityki Przestrzennej, Uniwersystet Łódzki)
Address
Kopcińskiego 31, 90-142 Łódź skozlowski1@op.pl
Country
pl
Status
University
Involvement of the expert in projects

Restructuring Large Housing Estates in European Cities: Good Practices and New Visions for Sustainable Neighbourhoods and Cities. The project was funded under Key Action 4: "City of Tomorrow and Cultural Heritage" in the "Energy, Environment and Sustainable Development" programme within the Fifth Framework Programme of the EU. http://www.restate.geog.uu.nl/ The results of the project: Handbook „Visions and scenarios for post-WWII large housing estates“, Inventory from the 10 RESTATE countries of the success- and fail factors in the estates.

Specialization of the institution
improvement of conditions and quality of the public spaces between the prefabricated blocks of flats
 
support of identity of local community with the place the community lives in
 
looking for new functions for public structures built during the era of socialism
Specialization of the institution (description)

Węcławowicz G., Kozłowski S.J., Bajek R., Overwiew of developments and problems in Warsaw, Large Housing Estates in Warsaw, Poland, RESTATE Report 2f, Utrecht, 2003

Węcławowicz G., Guszcza A., Kozłowski S. J., Polices and practices, Large Housing Estates in Poland, RESTATE Report 3f, Utrecht 2004

Kozłowski S. J., Differentiaion of the functional structure of large cities, [in:] Habrel M., Marszał T. (eds) Economic and social functions of Polish and Ukrainian big cities at the begining of XXI century, Wydawnictwo UŁ, Łódź, s. 37-50;

Kozłowski S. J., Marszał T., Metropolitan areas in Poland - context of territorial cohesion and cooperation between communes [in:] Habrel M., Marszał T. (eds) Urban management and territorial organisation the case of Polish and Ukrainian big cities at the begining of XXI century, Wydawnictwo UŁ, Łódź, s. 79-88.