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NEW HOUSING ESTATES IN THE SETTLEMENT NETWORK OF ZAGREB – COMMUNITY INFRASTRUCTURE


Svirčić Gotovac, Anđelina
NEW HOUSING ESTATES IN THE SETTLEMENT NETWORK OF ZAGREB – COMMUNITY INFRASTRUCTURE // THE QUALITY OF LIVING IN NEW HOUSING ESTATES IN THE SETTLEMENT NETWORK OF ZAGREB / Svirčić Gotovac, Anđelina i Zlatar, Jelena (ur.).
Zagreb: Institut za društvena istraživanja u Zagrebu, 2015. str. 45-75


Naslov
NEW HOUSING ESTATES IN THE SETTLEMENT NETWORK OF ZAGREB – COMMUNITY INFRASTRUCTURE

Autori
Svirčić Gotovac, Anđelina

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Poglavlja u knjigama, znanstveni

Knjiga
THE QUALITY OF LIVING IN NEW HOUSING ESTATES IN THE SETTLEMENT NETWORK OF ZAGREB

Urednik/ci
Svirčić Gotovac, Anđelina i Zlatar, Jelena

Izdavač
Institut za društvena istraživanja u Zagrebu

Grad
Zagreb

Godina
2015

Raspon stranica
45-75

ISBN
978-953-6218-67-7

Ključne riječi
Zagreb, quality of housing, household facilities and equipment, neighbourhood infrastructure

Sažetak
This paper is a follow-up to the introductory paper (The Quality Of Living In New Housing Estates In The Settlement Network Of Zagreb). It carries on with the interpretation of data about the quality of living and housing in Zagreb and three other towns in its settlement network, obtained from the 2014 survey The quality of living in the settlement network of Zagreb. The target population were residents of flats or houses in the new housing estates built after 1990. The sample size were 308 respondents living in the City of Zagreb and three other towns in Zagreb County – Velika Gorica, Zaprešić and Samobor. The paper analyses (1) the household facilities and equipment and (2) the neighbourhood services, infrastructure and facilities at two levels, primary and secondary (primary and secondary household and neighbourhood index). The paper presents the housing policy before the 1990s and big changes brought about by the new social system in Croatia and other neighbouring countries. The privatization model from the early period of transition (tenants purchasing socially owned flats) did not solve the housing problem. It only perpetuated the situation from the previous system which was characterized by a housing shortage. That was a fertile ground for numerous private investments in residential and business construction which, persisting throughout two transition decades, reversed the trend and led to the surplus of flats in the City of Zagreb, even overbuilding and destruction of public space. The paper examines housing in post-socialist countries and gives a detailed analysis of survey findings about the quality of housing in the settlement network of Zagreb. The key terms which describe the housing problems are housing affordability and housing accessibility. Both terms are explained in the Croatian (and broader) context in order to suggest improvements since decent housing is only partially or not at all obtainable for most people. Social housing, except for the POS estates, practically does not exist in Croatia. Survey data obtained from the towns in the settlement network of Zagreb show the current housing situation in them.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Sociologija



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Ustanove
Institut za društvena istraživanja , Zagreb

Autor s matičnim brojem:
Anđelina Svirčić Gotovac, (269624)