TECHNE 3 (2012): Increasing the value of public building assets
Research and Experimentation

Development of publicly-owned properties of historic-artistic interest

TECHNE 3 (2012): Increasing the value of public building assets
Published April 30, 2012
Keywords
  • Historic-artistic built heritage,
  • Authorisation for development
How to Cite
Tonelli, C. (2012). Development of publicly-owned properties of historic-artistic interest. TECHNE - Journal of Technology for Architecture and Environment, 3(1), 186-195. https://doi.org/10.13128/Techne-10843

Abstract

In the present economic context, property development is the most realistic opportunity to give new life to Italy’s rich historic-artistic heritage. This article describes the planning, economic and social implications of the procedures for authorising development, which involve public administrations in an important decision-making process prior to the more typical phases of the actual project. The impossibility of divesting these properties has stimulated legislation that in turn initiates complex operations, which have effects not only for the property, but also in the regional context, involving the urban planning, construction, social and economic sectors.

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