L’applicazione diffusa del principio perequativo per la tutela attiva del paesaggio nel Pgt
Journal Title: TERRITORIO
Author/s: Gianluigi Sartorio, Fulvia Pinto
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Widespread application of the equalisation principle for the active protection of the landscape in general plans - Regional Law n. 12/2005 offers local administrations every possibility of obtaining a planning instrument that is genuinely capable of introducing quality factors to an area in a general framework of flexible programming and the direct involvement of citizens in managing their environment. This scenario introduces the integral application of ‘active protection of the landscape’ as in the proposal for the Taino general plan where the redevelopment of the environment and landscape constitutes a primary strategic value to be pursued because of the extremely attractive nature of the landscape in the district to which it belongs. In order to strengthen the compulsory nature of the sustainability and environmental and landscape quality objectives of the general plan, the local authority decided to make widespread use of the principle of equalisation by consent and of its role as promoter and guarantor of the procedures, which actively involve individual citizens in the implementation of the plan.
Gianluigi Sartorio, Fulvia Pinto, in "TERRITORIO" 49/2009, pp. 97-103, DOI:10.3280/TR2009-049013