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2008 | nr 8 | 95-110
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Poziom rozwoju i struktura przestrzenna handlu detalicznego w Poznaniu

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The development and spatial structure of retail outlets in Poznań
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Over the last 15 years Poland has seen vigorous growth, both quantitative and qualitative, of retail outlets manifesting itself in the doubling of economic entities active in this sector of the economy. The development of retailing, especially in the biggest cities, means a gradual attainment of the West European quantitative standards (the number and floorspace of retail outlets). In the first part, the article discusses the stages and level of development of retail trade in Poznań as seen against the situation at home and abroad. Poznań is one of the cities with the best developed shopping network in Poland; the city gradually starts to display shop--saturation indices similar to those in Western Europe. The other part of the article is devoted to the present-day size structure of retail outlets and their distribution in Poznań. Large-lot objects occupy 35% of the city's shopping area, to exceed 50% in 2008 when the next investments have been completed. The characteristics of large shopping centres in the Poznań metropolitan area include a relatively small number of department stores in the downtown area, a decided concentration of hypermarkets in the densely populated residential quarters, no shopping centres in the sparsely populated peripheral quarters, and very occasional examples of Greenfield investments. In an attempt to prevent deconcentration of shopping into the suburban zone, the Poznań authorities have allotted several plots of land in one of their planning documents, a Study of Spatial Development, to the building of shopping centres in the close proximity of the city's downtown area. Then the trade policy of the city authorities will have to focus on ensuring a reasonable balance in the activity of traditional petty and large-lot retailing in Poznań.(original abstract)
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95-110
Opis fizyczny
Twórcy
  • Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu
  • Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu
Bibliografia
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