Visnyk LNAU: Architecture and Farm Building 2018 №19: 117-121
AGRICULTURAL REFORMS AND TERRITORIAL TRANSFORMATION OF AGRICULTURAL RESIDENTS OF THE WESTERN UKRAINE AT THE SECOND HALF OF XX AND THE BEGINNING OF THE XXI CENTURIES (TAKING AS A EXAMPLE HOLOHORY VILLAGE OF ZOLOCHIV DISTRICT, LVIV REGION)
Stepaniuk A., PhD of Architecture
Kiuntsli R., PhD of Philology
Lviv National Agrarian University
The reform of the Ukrainian village ends with the administrative-territorial reform, which will promote the development of self-government, improve of the population's life and sustainable economic growth of the country. The reform will allow the transfer of powers and finances to the place of residence of producers of the national product and its main consumers.
The Ukrainian village, including Western Ukrainian village, has undergone various experiments and reforms for more than half a century.
In the postwar years, the collectivization of agriculture continued in Western Ukraine, which was begun in Ukraine in the post-war period. After the release of a number of resolutions, all villages were divided into "promising", in which the construction of housing and cultural public facilities was carried out, and "not promising", in which any construction was prohibited, and these villages were subject to resettlement.
In the 1990 s, in the XX and early XX1 st centuries, the Ukrainian village, including the village of Holohory, suffered another reform – agrarian. Such agrarian reform in the country, was conditioned by new socio-economics. Privatization of land caused structural and territorial changes in spatial organization of rural settlements and infrastructure of their cultural and domestic services.
Today a new administrative and territorial reform has been initiated in Ukraine, which should contribute to the development of self-government. It is of the most important ones that need to be done to improve the lives of the population and sustainable economic growth of the country. The reform will allow the transfer of powers and finances to the place of residence of producers of the national product and its main consumers.
agrarian reform, administrative-territorial reform, local self-government, territorial-spatial transformations
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