Evaluation of formation and reparcelling of land parcel projects
Keywords: ecological balance, land use rationality, reparcelling
AbstractThe article presents an analysis of two subjects: the motives of formation and reparcelling of land parcel projects and evaluation of their solution effects on landscape, and rationality and compatibility of projected land use. The main intentions of the projects were estimated after the research. The first intention is to divide land parcels according to parts belonging to co-owners (to form separate parcels). The second intention is to divide land parcels in order to sell or grant to other persons. The third intention is to specify borders between owned and neighbouring parcels. An analysis of ecological balance rate indicators of project solutions shows a result that a scarcely stable territory was in 8 parcels (Kes = 0.34–0.50), a totally ecological unstable territory was in 13 parcels (Kes ≤ 0.33), and a moderately stable territory was only in 2 parcels. It was noticed that in many cases there were small negative changes of the ecological balance rate. It depends on the dividing process of arable land and more ecologically stable territories.
Environmental Engineering and Landscape Management