Krzysztof Buczkowski - Soluções Inovadoras para o desenvolvimento de cidades_CICI2011

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Krzysztof Buczkowski - Soluções Inovadoras para o desenvolvimento de cidades_CICI2011

  1. 1. Innovative Solutions for Developmentof Cities: a case study of Plock, Poland Krzysztof Buczkowski, Ph.D. Deputy Mayor of Plock (Poland) Ireneusz Kamiński CEO, CIFAL Plock
  2. 2. Plock: what kind of city we are - 130.000 population - Over 1000 years of history - Ancient seat of Polish kings and princes of Mazovia
  3. 3. Plock: what kind of city we are - Central location in Poland and Europe - Picturesquely situated on high bank on Vistula river
  4. 4. Plock: what kind of city we are- Main centre of Polish and one of major centres of Europeanoil industry (PKN Orlen, PERN)- Other important companies: Basell Orlen (plastics),CNH (agricultural machinery), Levi Strauss (clothing),Centromost (shipyard)
  5. 5. Plock: what kind of city we are - 4 higher education institutions with ca 13.000 students - The oldest high school in Poland (St. Malachowski High School) – over 800 years of history - Active civil society – over 300 NGO’s - One of the richest Polish medium-sized cities
  6. 6. ChallengesAfter 1960: Rapid growth after 1960 due to locationof main Polish oil processing (refinery andpetrochemical) plant:- negative environmental impact (air and waterpollution),- inadequate infrastructure
  7. 7. Challenges A following rapid growth of population (from 35,000 in 1960 to 130,000 in 2000) – inflow of new inhabitants: - not integrated society, - low level of identification with the City
  8. 8. Challenges Shading’ effect of Warsaw: competition of Warsaw-based educational, labor and services’ markets) result in: - brain-drain, - underdevelopment of some services including higher education
  9. 9. Challenges High unemployment level resulting from economic restructuring (collapse of ineffective companies, necessity to increase the remaining companies’ effectiveness (=decreased employment) and the baby boom of 1980’s
  10. 10. Development Strategy Goal: to spur the Citys development by limiting or eliminating its weaknesses and capitalizing on its strengths Strategic objectives: Development of infrastructure and enterprise sector Digital Plock – implementation of ICT solutions for social and economic development Putting the City into global context Development of the Citys Human Capital Enhancement of the Civil Society and promotion of social participation
  11. 11. Development Strategy Development of infrastructure and enterprise sector Objectives: To create favourable conditions for economic development To improve Citizens quality of life To limit negative social effects resulting from lack of employment
  12. 12. Development Strategy Development of infrastructure and enterprise sector Initiatives: Enhancement of road network (including bridges)
  13. 13. Development Strategy Development of infrastructure and enterprise sector Initiatives: Establishment of Plock Industry and Technology Park
  14. 14. Development Strategy Development of infrastructure and enterprise sector Initiatives: Development of social infrastructure: Open-air Theatre, Sports & Events Arena, Vistula riverbank, other
  15. 15. Development StrategyDigital Plock – implementation of ICTsolutions for social and economicdevelopment Information Security System (2006); Development of local ICT infrastructure (WiMax, MAN, LAN); Broadband network in wireless technology – WIMAX (2007) Making different IT systems compatible to achievesynergy effect Document Circulation and Storage System (2010-2012) Internet: permanent development of the City portal:www.plock.eu
  16. 16. Development Strategy Putting the City into global context Objectives: To gain access to external expertise To provide opportunities for Plock businesses To open (all-level) authorities and citizens minds for development (access to diversity=inspiration) Initiatives: Development of the Sister Cities network Partnership with UNDP Partnership with UNITAR – membership in a prestigious UNITARs CIFAL Network
  17. 17. Development StrategyPutting the City into global context Initiatives:Development of the Sister Cities network: Loznica (Serbia) Darmstadt (Germany) Fort Wayne (USA) Thurrock (UK) Auxerre (France) Forli (Italy) Huaian (China) Mazeikiai (Lithuania) Novopolotsk (Belarus) Baltsi (Moldova) Mytyshtchi (Russia)
  18. 18. Development StrategyPutting the City into global contextInitiatives: Membership in CIFAL Network
  19. 19. Development Strategy Development of the Citys Human Capital Objectives: To create conditions for long-term, sustainable development of the City To increase Plocks competitiveness at national and European level To improve Plock Citizens quality of life
  20. 20. Development Strategy Development of the Citys Human Capital Initiatives: Support to existing primary, secondary and higher education institutions; Creation of new secondary, higher and vocational education entities: - Centrum Edukacji (joint undertaking – with PKN Orlen) - The State Vocational College of Plock
  21. 21. Development Strategy Enhancement of the civil society and promotion of social participation Objectives: To assure sustainability of development process To exploit hidden intellectual resources of the City To improve the quality of citizens life Initiatives: Municipal Support Centre for NGOs Public Benefit Council
  22. 22. Development Strategy Enhancement of the civil society and promotion of social participation Initiatives: Forum for Plock/Strategy for Sustainable Development of the City of Plock (Social Participation)
  23. 23. Development Strategy Enhancement of the civil society and promotion of social participation Initiatives: Grant Fund for Plock (Public-Private-Social Partnership)
  24. 24. Thank you for Your attention ! Krzysztof Buczkowski krzysztof.buczkowski@plock.eu Ireneusz Kamiński ireneusz.kaminski@plock.eu

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