The study discusses the application of a national law in the period 2012/13 aimed at stimulating the aggregation of entities – public and private – involved in the regeneration of deprived urban areas. With limited funding, little more than €300 million, the Italian State managed to entice local governments into the coagulation of initiatives to improve the quality of urban life. More than 400 proposals were received and evaluated by the institutional Control Room, resulting in a classification that awarded 28 municipalities. This paper analyses the results and proposes a multi-criteria methodology and alternative rationale to prioritise the projects, highlighting the consistencies and weaknesses of the management approach.

Government Tools for Urban Regeneration: The Cities Plan in Italy. A Critical Analysis of the Results and the Proposed Alternative

NESTICO', ANTONIO;DE MARE, GIANLUIGI
2014

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The study discusses the application of a national law in the period 2012/13 aimed at stimulating the aggregation of entities – public and private – involved in the regeneration of deprived urban areas. With limited funding, little more than €300 million, the Italian State managed to entice local governments into the coagulation of initiatives to improve the quality of urban life. More than 400 proposals were received and evaluated by the institutional Control Room, resulting in a classification that awarded 28 municipalities. This paper analyses the results and proposes a multi-criteria methodology and alternative rationale to prioritise the projects, highlighting the consistencies and weaknesses of the management approach.
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