The Actors’ Role in Practices

  • Claudia PiscitelliEmail author
  • Pierangela Loconte
Part of the Springer Geography book series (SPRINGERGEOGR)


The purpose of the chapter is to understand what may be the ways in which you can implement, monitor, and modify the integrated cultural territorial plan during operation. The purpose is to give a series of suggestions and open thoughts on how and by whom the plan will be monitored. The phase of management and implementation of the plan does not appear secondary but rather represents a new critical point that, if not properly addressed and resolved, will not allow the plan to achieve the development goal it was aimed to achieve.


Participation in planning Collaborative planning Urban management 


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Authors and Affiliations

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

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