The theoretical hypothesis of the CLUDs project is the concept that in order to increase sustainability in urban regeneration it is important to create a network of producers-sellers, focused on urban regeneration area as competitiveness platforms, but at the same time strictly linked to the surrounding territory, and capable to exploit the potential of territorial milieu. The intent of generating wider effects in terms of economic development at macro-level (regional thereby) trough urban regeneration initiatives has been eluded by the strong local interests even if not homogenous among each other.

The urban regeneration perspective in the CLUDS project as a framework for planning in the metropolitan area of Reggio Calabria

BEVILACQUA, Carmelina
2015

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The theoretical hypothesis of the CLUDs project is the concept that in order to increase sustainability in urban regeneration it is important to create a network of producers-sellers, focused on urban regeneration area as competitiveness platforms, but at the same time strictly linked to the surrounding territory, and capable to exploit the potential of territorial milieu. The intent of generating wider effects in terms of economic development at macro-level (regional thereby) trough urban regeneration initiatives has been eluded by the strong local interests even if not homogenous among each other.
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