The contemporary city deserves and needs urban regeneration interventions and this is possible only through integrated intervention tools which are entrusted with the task of accessing a broader notion of phisical decay. They place at the center the right of citizens to quality of life declined in its various urban, social, economic and environmental aspects. Urban regeneration is still an open questions and proof of this is the lack of a unitary reference framework for this practice which must become one of the basic foundation for the governance of the contemporary city. In fact, the drafting of a bill “measures for urban regeneration” is infact in recent days, the proposal of which is aimed at defining the fundamental principles in the field of urban regeneration and the related incentives for intervenetionsto be carried out primarily in the already urbanized degraded areas to be revedelop. Within the limits of the states-Regious concurrent legislative competence in matters of territorial governance. Placing urban regeneration at the center of the sustanaible development of the contemporary city implies a new way of imagining the growth of the future city. From the Aalborg charter we arrive at the Toledo declaration of 2010 and the other measures that have indicated the strategic importance of urban regeneration in terms of ecological-environmental sustainability to achieve which an urban alliance shared by all the actors involved in the processi s necessary of city building based on consent and legitimized by new form of governance. The cultur of urban regeneration must assert itself and become pervasive first of all within public administrations at all levels –State, Regions, Provinces, Municipalities- but also in the business world, starting with construction, and in that of the professions and more widely among the citizens who live in those places.
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