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The Lodzkie Region

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The Lodzkie Region
Capital of the Region: Łódź
Area: 18 219 km (9)
2
Population (region): 2,5 mln (6)
Population (Lodz): 0,7 mln (3)
Population growth: -2,7 persons per 1000 (16)
24 poviats & 177 communes
central location in Poland
geographical centre of Poland
- 23 km from Lodz
the most important highways crossing: North-South, West-East
200 km to the biggest Polish cities
In the centre of Poland
- in the centre of Europe
Main Tourist
Attractions in the City
and the Lodzkie Region
Architecture:
secession & eclecticism
Palaces
Villas
Workers' houses
Factory complexes
Piotrkowska Street
Thank you for your attention
Manufaktura
International Cooperation
Sacral architecture
Churches of 4 religions
Infrastructure
Folklore
Roads, highways
Airports
Trains
High-speed trains
Investment
in infrastructure
Striped clothes
Capital of the Region
Lodz
Nations: Poles, Germans, Jews, Russians
In 1423 obtained the title of the city
From the year 1820 Lodz had
became the industrial city.
IN OPERATION:
A2 (Konin Zachod – Strykow – Skierniewice – Grodzisk Mazowiecki
A1 (Kowal – Lodz Połnoc; Tuszyn – Piotrkow Tryb.
S8 (Piotrków Tryb. – Rawa Mazowiecka – Adamowice
S14 (Szynkielew – Dobron)
UNDER CONSTRUCTION:
A1 (Stryków – Tuszyn)
S8 (Łódź – Sieradz, Łódź – Wieluń)
S14 (Dobroń – Róża)
IN THE CONCEPTUAL STAGE:
S14 (Emilia – Łódź – Lublinek)
A1 (Piotrków Tryb. – border of region)
Stations/stops
Airport
Military airports/sports airport
High Speed Railway
Railway main lines
Double-truck lines / monorial lines
No electrified lines
The core network – to 2030
The comprehensive network – to 2050
COMMUNICATION SYSTEM - RAILWAY
Paper cuts
1999 - Murcia (Spain), Orebro (Sweden)
2000 - Piedmont (Italy), Styria (Austria), District of Vitebsk (Belarus)
2003 - Chernivtsi oblast (Ukraine), Vojvodina (Serbia)
2004 - Csongrad (Hungary)
2005 - Region South Moravia (Czech Republic)
2006 - West Midlands (United Kingdom)
2008 - Vinnytsia oblast (Ukraine)
2009 - District of Odessa (Ukraine), Styria (Austria)
2010 - Volyn oblast (Ukraine)
2011 - Leningrad (Russia)
2012 - Department of Nord (France)
Paper cuts
AGREEMENTS
SCOPE OF INTERNATIONAL
COOPERATION
Economy
Agriculture
Culture, education
Tourism and sport
Tourism and sport
Social and health policy
Cooperation with Polish and foreign diplomatic missions
It was founded in 1915
A concert hall built for the orchestra
was inaugurated in 2004
The Lodz philharmonic was created by the worldly acclaimed piano artists, violinists and huge vocal voices
The Lodz Philharmonic
Museum of Art
EUROPE 2020
DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY
OF THE LODZKIE REGION 2020

STRATEGIC DOCUMENTS IN POLAND
EU LEVEL
NATIONAL
LEVEL
REGIONAL
LEVEL
Europe 2020
THE NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY 2030
THE NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY
2020 INTEGRATED STRATEGIES
CONCEPT 2030
THE NATIONAL
SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT
DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY
OF THE LODZKIE REGION 2020
SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT
PLAN OF THE LODZKIE REGION 2030
NEW APPROACH TO THE STRATEGY
Adopted by the
Regional Parliament
on the
26th of February 2013
Classic method
used to prepare
the document
An integrated
approach to strategic planning
– the involvement of:
Wide
public consultations
of the document from an early stage:
the Spatial Planning Office of the Lodzkie Region
the Department of Regional Policy
the representatives of academics
meetings in various parts of the region
meetings dedicated to specifics groups
(NGO, SME, local government, cities)
MISSION
OF THE REGION
THE VISION AND THE MISSION
OF DEVELOPMENT
VISION
AND HIGH
A REGION COHESIVE TERRITORIALLY AND IN
TERMS OF ITS IMAGE
A REGION COHESIVE TERRITORIALLY AND IN
TERMS OF ITS IMAGE,
CREATIVE AND COMPETITIVE AT THE
NATIONAL AND EUROPEAN SCALE
CHARACTERISED BY THE BEST TRANSPORT
ACCESS, DISTINGUISHED BY ITS
INVESTMENT ATTRACTIVENESS
QUALITY OF LIVING.
DELIVERY OF INTEGRATED
AND TERRITORIALLY TARGETTED POLICY OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT,
BASED ON ECONOMIC COOPERATION,
THE BUILDING OF SOCIAL LINKS AND REGIONAL IDENTITY.
RELATED
CHALLENGES
CREATIVE HUMAN CAPITAL
ACCESS TO GOOD QUALITY PUBLIC SERVIECES
THE COMPETITIVENESS
OF HIGHER EDUCATION ACADEMIES
EFFICIENT TRANSPORT CONNECTIONS
THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE MAIN URBAN CENTERS AND
MULTI-FUNCTIONAL RURAL AREAS
THE DECREASE OF SOCIAL POVERTY AND EXCLUSION
THE TECHNOLOGICAL RESTRUCTURING OF THE ECONOMY
KEY DEVELOPMENT
PROTECTION OF NATURAL RESOURCES
THE DEVELOPMENT OF SOCIAL CAPITAL AND THE STRENGHTENNING OF REGIONAL IDENTITY
Culture
ŁÓDŹ
SKIERNIEWICE
PIOTRKÓW
TRYBUNALSKI
BEŁCHATÓW
SIERADZ
ZGIERZ
ŁĘCZYCA
PODDĘBICE
ŁOWICZ
KUTNO
RAWA
MAZOWIECKA
OPOCZNO
Museum of Art
Museum of Cinematography
BRZEZINY
PABIANICE
TOMASZÓW
MAZOWIECKI
RADOMSKO
PAJĘCZNO
WIELUŃ
WIERUSZÓW
ŁASK
ZDUŃSKA WOLA
In the centre of Poland
- in the centre of Europe
Art Museum
The museum is housed in the 19th - century palace of Karol Scheibler, one of the most important industrialists of Lodz
operating since 1930

presents works by such celebrities as Max Ernst,
Pablo Picasso, Wladyslaw Strzeminski, Katarzyna Kobro
and Henryk Stazewski

in 2008 a new building of the museum - ms2 - was opened
on the premises of the
Manufaktura complex
Central Textile Museum
is located in the Ludwik Geyer White Factory - one of the oldest monuments of industrial architecture in Lodz
displays the biggest Polish collection of historic textile tools and machines, industrial fabric samplers, Polish artistic fabric, national costumes, clothes and fashion accessories from the 19th and 20th centuries
Marshal: Witold Stepien
GRP (2012): 22 billion EUR
Exports (2012): 4,0 billion EUR
(engineering, chemical,
houshold appl., textile,
drugs, food products)
Strenghts of the
Lodzkie Region
Strenghts of the Lodzkie Region
comparatively low labor costs for well-qualified professionals & young, motivated employees.
favorable location in the heart of Europe, close to the economic center of the continent;
access to the EU & other markets (RUS, BY, UA) with 250 million within 1000 km radius;
Main motorway junction in Poland and… Express Cargo Train Lodz - Chengdu in China (Sichuan Province)
Economic potential
GRP per capita: ca. 8,600 EUR
Number of firms: 230,000 (SME)
Preeminent industries: textile & clothing industry, rubber & plastic, food processing, ceramic, furniture, pharmaceutical, IT, beverages, household goods

Estimated FDI: ca. 3,0 billion EUR
Sources of major FDI: A, B, DK, F, I, IR, UK, USA
BPO, SSC, IT; R & D
Logistic & biotech sector
power industry (renewable energy);
ceramic & construction materials;
innovating textile & wearing apparel;
medicine, pharma, cosmetics;
food processing;
household goods;
mechatronic;
Sectors with prospects for the future
Investment Incentives – Income Tax CIT
Governmental employment & investment grants for projects ammounted for ca. 1 million EUR and more;
Exemption from CIT (19%) within the Lodz Special Economic Zone by investment of min. 100,000 EUR till 2026. It accounts for 50% of eligible investment or two-years labour costs of creating new jobs;
Exemption from local real estate tax (max. 5,7 €/sq. m)
Tax reilef by purchasing innovation know-how (- 9,5 %)
Grants co-financed from the EU fonds;
Local financial support for SME for innovative projects in the Lodzkie Region
Marshal’s Office al. Piłsudskiego 8 PL 90-051 LODZ T.: (+48 42) 663 30 00 F.: (+48 42) 663 30 02 E.: info@lodzkie.pl www.lodzkie.pl
YOUR CONTACTS
Investment
opportunities in
Lodz Special Economic Zone
LODZ
SPECIAL
ECONOMIC
ZONE
We offer:
Customized set of support instruments, tailored specifically to the needs and individual requirements of all investors; small, medium-sized & big companies. We offer investors a broad range of assistance aimed at making it as easy as possible to set up new facilities. We offer this free-of-charge assistance together with our following local partners:
Lodz Special Economic Zone (www.sse.lodz.pl);
Lodz Regionalnal Development Agency (www.larr.lodz.pl);
Lodz Regional Science & Technology Park, called BioNanoPark (www.technopark.lodz.pl)
Availability of communication- opportunity for development
Number of projects*: 99

ROP (total value): 1 668 057 770,02 PLN
ROP (EU founding): 1 036 553 625,88 PLN
OPI&E (total value): 13 009 356 426,49 PLNOPI&E (EU founding): 7 250 243 394,51 PLN
*The Operational Infrastructure and Environment Programme and Regional Operational Programme
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