Systemy informacji przestrzennej – narzędzie partycypacyjnej polityki rozwoju lokalnego
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Local development policy consists of many sub-policies that allow for proper management of a commune. Tools that support the process of management and decision-making in local government units are land information systems. Their use is also possible in the development of a participatory model of a commune.The chapter presents the essence of local development policy and identifies the tools used in the process of its operation. Particular emphasis is put on the use of land information systems, which due to their use in communes may be an essential element of support for the implementation of territorial unit tasks. They are also a tool supporting the accomplishment of the concept of good governance in the activities of local authorities. The chapter presents good practices in the scope of use of land information systems in collecting data and supporting decision-making processes with the use of these tools. An important element of the participatory decision-making is the SoftGIS method identified as one of the best functioning methods in Scandinavian conditions, which is also used in Poland. In the chapter, data from the research carried out in the scope of good governance, showing the level of civic engagement in co-government, has been used.
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