In this paper we discuss two cases of urban regeneration programs undertaken in Salerno, dealing with two separate stretches of its waterfront: the area of Santa Teresa, within the historical city center and the small harbor of Pastena, a neighborhood of more recent urbanization. After a first section aimed at defining the theoretical framework and the notion of common in urban planning and policy-making decision, we assess these regeneration projects, focusing on the protests and resistance actions carried out by the local community. The aim is to verify to what extent these grassroots movements have solicited a change in the “sense of place” and whether this change has produced new urban common.
|Titolo:||Waterfronts as Commons? On the redistribution effects of urban regeneration project. Social practices and local public choice in a case study in Southern Italy|
IOVINO, Giorgia (Corresponding)
|Data di pubblicazione:||2016|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||2.1.2 Articolo su libro con ISBN|