E3S Web Conf.
Volume 274, 20212nd International Scientific Conference on Socio-Technical Construction and Civil Engineering (STCCE – 2021)
|Number of page(s)||10|
|Published online||18 June 2021|
Seasonal living and deurbanization: the role of the second home in redistribution of population in large cities of Russia
Volgograd State Technical University, 400005, Lenin avenue, 28, Volgograd, Russia
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The dacha community, as a characteristic phenomenon of Russian reality, increases its importance in the redistribution of the population in large cities of Russia. The dacha as a place of the seasonal living is transforming into the first home. The study of the genesis of the dacha community has established that nowadays, having transformed into a partnership of real estate owners, it has gained the potential to intensify the process of deurbanization of a large city through the transformation of its social, economic, communal-infrastructural and ecological subsystems. The article offers to introduce zoning of the location of dacha cottages from the point of view of geography. This zoning is based on transport services: a city, a neighbouring suburb, a distant suburb. The sample survey of 25 dacha communities in Volgograd with its suburbs and their grouping allowed to find out the following fact: those ones which are located in the border areas of the city and in the neighbouring suburbs have the greatest potential in transforming the dacha into the place of permanent home and promoting deurbanization.
Key words: dacha community / dacha / large city / suburb / dezurbanization / the second home / steady development / partnership of real estate owners
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