Enhancement of Public Real-estate Assets and Cultural Heritage
Management Plans and Models, Innovative Practices and Tools in Supporting the Local Sustainable Development
Della Spina, Lucia (editor)
Calabrò, Francesco (editor)
The management of cultural heritage and public real-estate assets is one of the most crucial challenges concerning the sustainable use of these resources, involving dynamic methods to stimulate preservation, development, renewal, and transmission to future generations of these essential assets. The contributions presented in this book provide a rich and varied panorama of research experiences and innovative tools, capable of promoting the re-use of cultural heritage in European cities and cultural landscapes, using a circular economy logic as a model of sustainable development. From this point of view, cultural capital becomes the driver of a regeneration process on the local, urban, and metropolitan scales, in which the transversal interconnections between the production cycles of the adaptive re-use of the available heritage, both in the adaptation and in the management phase, configure a circular process of multidimensional production of value. Therefore, future territorial redevelopment projects can base their idea strength on an open system of appropriately selected social attractors, whose enhancement and use have the objective of triggering widespread regeneration effects on the whole territory of influence, receiving inducement and resources to progress.
Keywordsurban heritage; historic centre; regulation; sustainability; city plan; ambidextrous management; creative tourism; tourismphobia and anti-tourism movements; social capital; heritage; territorial health center; urban regeneration; Multi-Criteria Analysis; built cultural heritage; values; economic evaluation of projects; Multi Criteria Decision Making (MCDM); historical building; economic enhancement; integrated evaluation; multicriteria analysis; cultural heritage and circular economy; financial sustainability; Ritiro del Carmine; built heritage sustainable reuse; economic feasibility; economic sustainability; project feasibility investment profitability; unused public buildings; cultural heritage; cultural tourism; regional development; rural areas; bibliometric analysis; bibliographic analysis; risk assessment; public investment; time overrun; public works; urban governance; new public institutional forms; multi-sectoral collaboration; social innovation; MONUM; adaptive reuse; building rehabilitation; impact assessment; cultural landscape; local governance; immovable properties; bathing houses; Mar Menor; San Javier; artworks; macro-elements; vulnerability; seismic damage; deterioration; web archive; tourist flow management; ETIS; carrying capacity; social impact; social network analysis; public real estate property; operational protocol; model of choice; radar diagram; urban art; Neighborhood Regeneration; Social Empowerment; Right to the City; Ferrol (Spain); Sustainable Development Goals; SDG 11; heritage database; heritage value; heritage classification; vocationality; Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP); Vesuvian Villas; valuation; A’WOT analysis; multicriteria decision aid; valorization; management strategy; urban sustainable development; historical school buildings; multi-criteria evaluation; cultural firms; accounting parameters; survival analysis; Kaplan–Meier curves; strategic planning; historic urban landscape; model; management instruments; Novi Pazar; Serbia; cultural heritage conservation; multi-criteria decision aid; strategic assessment; landscape management; agriculture; evaluation; multi criteria decision aide (MCDA); rough sets; multifunctionality; artistic assets; AHP; seismic hazard; n/a; archaeological basins; Web-GIS and Geodatabases; territorial marketing; cultural economics; land economy; tourism experience management; cultural estate; landscape heritage
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2020