Urban Transformations in the World: a perspective from Poland and Hungary

European & International Urban Policies

Urban Transformations in the World: a perspective from Poland and Hungary

Welcome to the second instalment of the series “Urban Transformations in the World

In this episode we will report on developments in two large areas, Poland and Hungary.

Speech of: Anita Kukulska-Kozieł – Katarzyna Cegielska – Tomasz Noszczyk
University of Agriculture in Kraków, Poland
Department of Land Management and Landscape Architecture

  • Classification of urban structure using land cover and cluster analysis
  • Case studies of Kraków (Poland) and Budapest (Hungary)
  • Similarities and differences between the districts (in case of spatial development)
  • Primary factors affecting the land cover