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Implementing and Reviewing Integrated Cultural Territorial Plans

  • Pierangela LoconteEmail author
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Abstract

The aim of this chapter is to understand the ways in which one can implement, monitor and modify an integrated cultural territorial plan during the operational period. The goal is to give a series of suggestions as well as some thoughts on how the plan will be monitored and, especially, by whom. The management and implementation steps of the plan are not secondary; rather they represent a new critical point that, if not properly addressed and resolved, may not allow the plan to achieve the growth targets defined.

Keywords

Cultural territorial plans Urban regeneration Urban history 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Civil Engineering and ArchitecturePolytechnic University of Bari (Italy)BariItaly

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