The spatial strategies of Italian regions

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Marco Cremaschi, Marco Dean, Giuseppe Dematteis, Sandro Fabbro, Cristiana Rossignolo, Carla Tedesco
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pp. 176,      1a edizione  2014   (Codice editore 1862.186)

The spatial strategies of Italian regions
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In breve

Spatial planning is undergoing radical changes all over Europe. This book tries to explore this process of change by examining the cases of five Italian regions with different histories and patterns of development.

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Spatial planning is undergoing radical changes all over Europe. As space is greatly affected by the intersection of processes of economic restructuring and institutional reorganisation, planning tools at different scales are required to reinvent their capacity to describe local identities, spatial relations and any forms of territoriality. The increased complexity of territorial change, therefore, demands planning to reshape it as a cognitive process which is able to combine the designing of the future with the emergence of new, flexible and socially recognised conceptions of space and places.
In this context, regions are no longer seen merely as a background for cultural identities or the state's devolved functions but also as a spatial projection of relevant processes of social and political change. Europe, where regions have been invested of major roles in the project of economic integration and together with cities are considered the nodes of a policentric model of development, provides a sharp picture of how regional planning can be influenced by shifts in the representation of local resources and the emergence of news form of territorial governance.
This book tries to explore this process of change in planning. It begins by examining the cases of five Italian regions with different histories and patterns of development. Through the lens of recent planning experiences, the authors provide a critical reconstruction of the making of spatial strategies in their historical and institutional contexts. These explorations of plans and policies on a regional scale give an original insight into the relationship between space representation, governance processes and planning tools, with the aim of supporting future debates from both a theoretical and a professional perspective.

Ignazio Vinci is assistant professor of Urban planning at the University of Palermo, within the Polytechnic School. He carries out his research activities for the Department of Architecture on a range of themes including the analysis of urban phenomena in Italy and Europe, regional and local development processes, innovation in spatial planning and territorial policy. He has been a consultant for national, regional and local authorities in the design, implementation and evaluation of plans for urban regeneration and territorial development. On these topics and experiences he has wrote around a hundred of publications including volumes, book chapters and articles on scientific journals.

Indice

Ignazio Vinci, Planning the space of regions, regions as space for planning. An introduction to the Italian experience
(The rise and reinvention of regionalism in Europe; Regions, space and territoriality; Regions, development and spatial planning: a European perspective; Spatial planning across national cultures and regional borders; Regions, regionalism and planning in Italy; Aims and structure of the book; References)
Giuseppe Dematteis, Cristiana Rossignolo, A new idea for territorial government? Attempts in the Piedmont spatial strategies
(Introduction; The regional context and the main territorial dynamics; After the Second World War: spatial policies and strategies; A new strategic vision in the nineties after a period of suspension?; 2011-13: the Regional Territorial Plan, the Provincial Territorial Coordination Plan and the Regional Planning Act; Conclusions; References)
Sandro Fabbro, Marco Dean, Regional Planning on the European Corridors: the Italian case of the Friuli Venezia Giulia Region
(Introduction; The Mediterranean chance and the Italian position; The case of Friuli Venezia Giulia; Conclusions; References)
Marco Cremaschi, The fairest in the land: Lazio without a mirror
(Introduction; The context; Spatial representations; Spatial planning and the landscape; The impact of the Structural Funds; Centre and periphery; References)
Carla Tedesco, Regional spatial strategies in Puglia between old and new ideas of development
(Introduction; A description of the region from the physical geography point of view; Spatial (and) planning issues in contemporary Puglia; Regional spatial policies in Puglia; A political shift; The relationship between planning and regional policy; Some open issues; References)
Ignazio Vinci, Can regions have spatial strategies without spatial plans? Evidences from the case of Sicily
(Introduction; Spatial planning at the regional scale; The different rationales of sectorial planning; The territorial dimension of the European policy; Concluding remarks; References)
The authors.