Gli strumenti della rigenerazione oltre la pianificazione

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] The tools of regeneration beyond planning

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Abstract

[Autom. eng. transl.] This essay investigates the impact of the regeneration function on traditional tools of urban law other than planning. The boundary assigned to the survey was intended, by subtraction, starting from the constitutional concept of territorial governance, concentrating mainly, therefore, on the building law and on the traditional instruments of which it uses. Obviously, we are well aware of the difficulty of separating these two worlds - that of urban planning and building law - which, especially in practice, go hand in hand with one another, integrating with each other. We have also chosen to take into consideration some instruments of urban law that intersect the planning process and take on a strategic importance in the perspective of regeneration: among all, for example, expropriation. This perspective of investigation makes it possible to enhance some central themes in the logic of regeneration: that of the re-use and circularity of goods in the urban context. In fact, some interesting examples of what is being done - and what is not being done - come from the building law of the latest generation, Italian and foreign, to facilitate a new fluid dimension in which regeneration seems to enter the goods.
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] The tools of regeneration beyond planning
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationLa rigenerazione di beni e spazi urbani. Un contributo al diritto delle città.
EditorsF. Di Lascio F. Gigioni
Pages177-208
Number of pages32
Publication statusPublished - 2017

Publication series

NamePERCORSI. DIRITTO

Keywords

  • Rigenerazione
  • beni comuni
  • commons
  • consumo suolo
  • land use
  • spazio
  • urban planning
  • urban re-generation

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