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Volume 86, 2019The First International Scientific Conference on Ecological and Environmental Engineering 2018
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|Published online||22 February 2019|
The implementation of spatial management as a factor supporting flood protection
AGH University of Science and Technology in Kraków, Faculty of Mining Surveying and Environmental Engineering, Department of Geomatics, al. Mickiewicza 30, 30-059, Kraków, Poland
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This publication presents the issues related to cadastre and real estate management in flood protection. Cadastral data supported by other additional data is the basis for taking action in situations of natural hazards. A real estate cadastre is an important element in the implementation of a real estate acquisition plan. It allows for preliminary assessment of the negative impact of the project, change of the concept and, as a result, expropriation and compensation regulation. In parallel with the activities related to the acquisition of real estate, it is possible to regulate the legal status of other properties. In this publication, the analysis is based on the document entitled "Plan of obtaining real estate and resettlement for the Flood Protection Project in the Odra and Vistula basin, Component 3B: Protection against Sandomierz flood and Tarnobrzeg, Contract 3B.3, flood protection Tarnobrzeg - stage 1 (Wisła 1) ". This area is the research material of actions changing the forms of land management in order to increase the safety of areas exposed to floods. The effects of carrying out this project were an important part of the work, including restrictions in the use, loss of real estate. The implementation of a flood protection project may have a negative impact on the economic status of people living in the areas where the activities were planned. These may be restrictions on the use of real estate, in particular the loss of a part or the whole of the property as a result of expropriation. Ultimately, such actions may result in the resettlement of residents. As a part of the study, the compensation for particular entities was described in detail. The results of surveys confirming the lack of a negative impact on the economic situation of people affected by the project implementation were presented.
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