LOGISTICS VALLEY – STATISTICS

Statistics of the Logistics Valley Functional Area

Inhabitants of the region and representatives of social and business entities took part in the diagnosis of the Logistics Valley’s development potential. A process of preparation of the development strategy and operational plans, involving the whole community, included interviews, surveys and meetings with main stakeholders of the Logistics Valley. The results are presented below.

Besides, we present also statistical data for the years 2013-2016 related to 5 thematic areas: space, people, economy, budget and communication infrastructure for each city and commune.

DIAGNOSIS OF THE LOGISTICS VALLEY’S DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL

Conclusions from the survey of inhabitants

  • over 75% of the respondents positively or very positively evaluated their place of living
  • over 60% of the respondents gave a positive or very positive assessment of the quality and availability of public services
  • about 50% of the respondents gave a positive assessment of the spatial development
  • 25% of the respondents gave a high or very high assessment of the communication network
  • 25% of the respondents gave negative or very negative assessment of the labour market, while over 30% had a positive or very positive opinion about it
  • nearly half of the number of the respondents are looking forward to new logistics investments. Every fourth respondent is against building more facilities, including warehouses supporting the logistics sector
  • about 40% of the respondents positively evaluated the influence of logistics facilities on the attractiveness of the whole area

Conclusions from the survey of social and business entities

  • Economic situation in the functional area is good or very good. Many industries reported dynamic development increased by big public investments.
  • The Logistics Valley is dominated by the industries connected with the port. This translates into a significant share of employment in transport, forwarding and logistics. Industrialization of the region is poor. Locating industry in the region will increase chances that the demand for contracting services will grow, and hence the whole region will develop at a faster pace. Tourism, offshore industry and services will become the fastest developing sectors and a strong point of the functional area. Nuisance sectors have smaller chances for development.
  • Infrastructure development is a necessary condition to be satisfied not only in the context of the Logistics Valley but also for the development of the entire region.
  • There is no problem of workforce insufficiency. Companies prepare their employees on their own, conducting courses and training, implementing or using external support, such as of employment agencies. It is reported that higher education is not compatible with the requirements of the labour market. The local government is expected to take actions to improve this situation.

Aspects year City of Gdynia Commune of Kosakowo City of Reda City of Rumia City of Wejherowo Commune of Wejherowo Commune of Gniewino Commune of Liniewo
Area [in ha] 2016 1,3514 5,014 3,346 3,010 2,699 19,425 17,627 11,003
Programme assumptions: share of lands involved in the Logistics Valley [in %] 2015 27.9 32.9 3.7 11.9 12.6 11 data unavailable data unavailable
Municipal lands [in ha] 2016 2,732 472 243 381 533 614 313 260
Including LV subzone 2013 146.59 85.5 data unavailable 31.75 45.4 data unavailable data unavailable data unavailable
Aspects year City of Gdynia Commune of Kosakowo City of Reda City of Rumia City of Wejherowo Commune of Wejherowo Commune of Gniewino Commune of Liniewo
Population 2016 246,991 13,364 24,630 48,095 50,039 24,695 7,455 4,642
Population per 1 km2. 2016 1,827.67 266.53 736.1 1,597.84 1,853.98 127.13 42.29 42.19
Changes of population [per 1000 population] 2016 -1.97 43 25.01 5.92 -3.5 26.09 4.04 0
Rate of natural increase [per 1000 population] 2016 -1.07145 5.66225 11.1006 4.35771 2.79279 8.65712 0.80537 1.28949
Net migration rate 2016 -40 459 323 107 -216 299 21 -4
Net migration rate [per 1000 population] 2016 -0.16173 35.12128 13.27961 2.23098 -4.30888 12.26767 2.81879 -0.85966
Aspects year City of Gdynia Commune of Kosakowo City of Reda City of Rumia City of Wejherowo Commune of Wejherowo Commune of Gniewino Commune of Liniewo
Employed [per 1000 population] 2015 283 132 92 139 205 182 210 98
Sole traders [per 1000 population] 2016 105 121 97 99 84 89 48 105
Entities newly registered in the National Economy Register (REGON) 2016 142 167 155 127 120 108 81 71
Entities removed from REGON register 2016 113 121 103 104 107 104 77 71
Entities entered into REGON register [per 10000 population] 2016 1,592 1,467 1,187 1,244 1,152 1,050 679 679
Aspects year City of Gdynia Commune of Kosakowo City of Reda City of Rumia City of Wejherowo Commune of Wejherowo Commune of Gniewino Commune of Liniewo
Budgetary income [total in PLN] 2016 1,361,865,656.62 69,686,408.85 84,187,667.06 173,574,724.09 198,049,489.03 107,791,034.22 44,682,499.26 23,075,575.08
Income per capita [in PLN] 2016 5,506.29185 5,332.19136 3,461.23698 3,619.08059 3,950.79673 4,422.55915 5,997.65091 4,959.28972
Budgetary expenses [total in PLN] 2016 1,305,725,001.67 55,100,009.39 81,942,934.5 163,129,209.5 201,007,796.24 110,804,084 41,982,540.04 20,453,569.69
Expenses per capita [in PLN] 2016 5,279.30409 4,216.08458 3,368.94851 3,401.28875 4,009.81061 4,546.18159 5,635.24027 4,395.78115
Expenses for transport and communication 2016 216,066,085.55 6,509,112.78 5,478,136.57 11,397,424.06 22,314,720.76 12,935,039.82 87,0171.42 81,3378.14
Share of investment expenditure in total expenditure [w %] 2016 5.8 13.39 8.8 9.07 14.48 17.8 6.88 8.75
Aspects year City of Gdynia Commune of Kosakowo City of Reda City of Rumia City of Wejherowo Commune of Wejherowo Commune of Gniewino Commune of Liniewo
Network of public roads in administrative limits [in km] 2013 396.4 98.57 72.41 143.31 98.6 285.43 data unavailable data unavailable
Network of public roads in LV subzone [in km] 2013 29.4 6.7 6.3 3.91 20.88 12.7 data unavailable data unavailable

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