Learning from Italian and European towns and cities: policies, projects and expertise for military properties

Journal title TERRITORIO
Author/s Davide Ponzini, Marco Vani
Publishing Year 2012 Issue 2012/62 Language Italian
Pages 3 P. 64-66 File size 127 KB
DOI 10.3280/TR2012-062012
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The ideas to reflect upon provided by the conversion policies analysed and by the plans presented are certainly many and varied. This paper discusses them by looking at the three subjects proposed in the service and by outlining future investigative and experimental activities in Italy and Europe. In the current period of crisis, the convergence between obtaining value from public sector assets and setting urban and regional planning processes in motion, seems to be a crucial issue in European towns and cities. The different conditions of military assets and the variety of the urban and regional contexts and the national reference frameworks constitute challenges which differ in many aspects. Notwithstanding this, some forms of comparison, experimentation and reciprocal learning can be envisaged.

Keywords: European towns and cities; urban transformations; research and experimentation in urban planning

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Davide Ponzini, Marco Vani, Apprendere dalle città italiane ed europee: politiche, progetti e competenze per gli immobili militari in "TERRITORIO" 62/2012, pp 64-66, DOI: 10.3280/TR2012-062012