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Logistics centre – location and its significance for the city

Table 3:

External Conditions Internal conditions
Macroeconomic situation and the development dynamics of the country as well as its transport and traffic structure (region) Natural environment (e.g., physiographic conditions, the quality of soil, rivers, lakes, protected areas)
Economic and transportation policy (national and regional) as well as the conditions for financing the investments Legal stays (e.g., land ownership structure, spatial planning provisions for the area, the limitations for urban development),
Value of the logistics market Current state of the area’s development, buildings, roads and permissions, territorial functions
Labour costs and fiscal policy of the country Possible technological limitations resulting from the capacity of the utilities (infrastructure)
Transport infrastructure defining the accessibility of the region (e.g., highway and freeway network, railroads, airports etc.)
Functional and economic structure of the region and the relationship of spatial conditions to the (trade) markets
Legal conditions (national, regional, local), including spatial planning regulations, building regulations and environmental protection
Demography and labour (e.g., population and its purchasing power, labour structure, unemployment, education and workforce availability)
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