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Volume 86, 2019The First International Scientific Conference on Ecological and Environmental Engineering 2018
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The hierarchization of needs related to land consolidation and exchange in rural areas in the villages of district Leżajsk
Department of Environmental Engineering and Geodesy, University of Life Sciences, Poland
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Rural areas in Poland are characterized by differentiated spatial structure. The spatial structure of rural areas can be improved through the consolidation and exchange of land (Art.1, Act of 26 March 1982 on consolidation and exchange of land) aiming to create more favourable management conditions in agriculture and forestry by improving the territorial structure of farms, forests and forestland, reasonable configuration of land, aligning the limits of real properties with the system of water irrigation facilities, roads and terrain. In connection with such a requirement for the consolidation and exchange of land, a hierarchy of needs and their urgency must be established. Such an approach makes it possible to secure funds for liquidating the spatial structure of agricultural land according to the urgency ranking. The studies were carried out in the rural areas of the Leżajsk poviat.
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