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Search for: [Abstract = "The article investigates changes in the land use of plots sold by the Agricultural Property Stock of the State Treasury in the agglomeration of Poznań. The data which has served as a basis for the research encompasses transactions from the years 2000–2009. Detailed research concerns the history, use and functional changes of plots sold by the Agricultural Property Stock of the State Treasury in the Rokietnica municipality to the north\-west of Poznań as the transactions of this kind were the most intense and involved soils of the highest quality. Basing on the numbers of plots undergoing transactions, the analysis of subsequent geodesic divisions, land use changes and content of spatial planning document was undertaken. The research was carried out on the basis of the information obtained from the Agricultural Property Agency and District Centre of Geodetic and Cartographic Documentation in Poznań. The undertaken analysis confirmed that agricultural land within the agglomeration of Poznań was subjected to considerable investment pressure. The actions performed on the plots sold by the Agricultural Property Stock of the State Treasury in the Rokietnica commune in order to take them out of agricultural use consisted mainly in land subdivision of large plots, covering many hectares. The area of newly established plots usually amounted to 3000 sq. m. This was caused by the fact that when there is no Local Spatial Management Plan for a given area dividing land into parcels exceeding 0,30 ha does not entail administrative decision approving the change. In other words nothing stands in the way of the process of agricultural land parceling. The observed divisions were in fact actions preparing the grounds to change their function. The witnessed practice of separating the best quality soils of class II proves that exclusion of land from agricultural use was the ultimate goal of the land subdivision. As it is particularly difficult to change the function of these high quality soils they were separated from land of lower valuation. While dividing very large parcels which included grounds of various quality the best soils were left as one piece whereas the remaining land was divided into parcels slightly bigger than 3000 sq. m, with the prospect of future construction on it."]

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