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Degree course Science of architecture
Curriculum Curriculum unico
Learnings Orientamento unico
Academic Year 2019/2020
Scientific Disciplinary Sector ICAR/21
Year Second year
Time unit
Class hours 60
Educational activity Related and integrative training activities

Single group

Objectives The Class in Urban Regeneration and Public-Private Partnership aims to enhance the competencies in urban planning concerning the design and management of urban transformations dealing with the evolution of urban regeneration policy and strategies. The focus will be the interactions of transformations with different forms of public-private partnership also through a comparative analysis of European and US case studies. The lectures will be articulated in the following:
• Planning Theory and Public Policy Analysis: Why Urban Planning implies the need for Public Policy Analysis. What means “public policy analysis”? How a public policy becomes an action in an urban plan?
• Urban Growth vs. Urban regeneration - Land Use regulation (zoning, mixitè uses, mixitè income, social balance)
• Urban Growth vs. Urban regeneration – Public-private partnership (the role of no-profit, business improvement and job creation.
Programme 1.The technical construction of decision
- The transition from an authoritative model to an incremental model - the governance of the plan
- The transition from the organization for zoning to the structural definition of the Urban Plan
- The shift from higher-level hierarchies to build levels of administrative integration, design and financial aspects
The construction of the main structure of urban and territorial transformations
- The shift from functional to the strategic use of resources
- Characterization of the proactive strategic approach and its spatial transposition
- Land-use regulation, real estate: zoning vs. Strategic Plan as a product of the shared vision of partnership processes;
Strategic control of urban transformation
- The time horizon of strategic choices: short, medium and long term
- The construction of scenarios depending on the time horizons
- The construction of scenarios depending on the environmental, social-economic and financial
urban regeneration
- The analysis of the complexity of the phenomena ascribed to the contemporary city
- The transformation of the analysis in planning driver at different scales concerning different decision-making levels.
- The built of social activation to balance the competitive concentration with the distribution of the value-added generated.
- The involvement of the community as the main factor in defining innovative instruments of integration planning.
- Public-Private Partnerships The involvement of “developers” and “managers”
- The profit of the private sector and social sustainability
- The role of no profit in PPPs
approaches and comparative analysis of current practices in urban regeneration
- Urban regeneration rationale as a common factor among different countries and cities
- Representative experiences:
i. Belfast: the urban regeneration policy to combat social conflicts
ii. Bilbao: urban regeneration policy to drive the cultural and productive vision of the city
iii. Paris: urban regeneration with “la defense” to create new urban centralities
iv. Lille: urban regeneration as a new criterion of urban form through the flows.
Books Trapani F., Prescia, R. (2016) Rigenerazione urbana, innovazione sociale e cultura del progetto Franco Angeli
2. Urban Regeneration edited by Peter Roberts, Hugh Sykes, Rachel Granger SAGE publisher.
3. Moraci F., Bevilacqua C. (2007) Strategie di città. Officina Editore
Additional text:
First scientific report: Economic development strategies. The role of Public Private Partnership – Edited by Carmelina Bevilacqua
Second Scientific Report: Sustainable Urban Development. The role of urban-rural rational in regional context – Edited by Carmelina Bevilacqua
Traditional teaching method Yes
Distance teaching method No
Mandatory attendance No
Written examination evaluation No
Oral examination evaluation No
Aptitude test evaluation No
Project evaluation Yes
Internship evaluation No
Evaluation in itinere Yes
Practice Test Yes

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