ABUSIVISMO EDILIZIO E FINANZA LOCALE NELLA PROSPETTIVA DELLA CITTÀ METROPOLITANA

Fabiana Forte

Abstract


Assuming that metropolitan city costs and the available resources for the realization of public facilities and services are scarce, if not minimal, as in the current economic situation, and in the light of a growing problem which is that of illegal buildings, it is no longer possible to continue to ignore financial tools that assume a certain relevance for financing urban regeneration. The issue of illegal buildings is strictly connected to pecuniary sanctions to obtain a “retrospective building permission” (sanatoria) and could represent a significant item of revenue and capital expenditure (or investment) in financing the public city. In this perspective. the article, analyzing the illegal building phenomenon from a local finance perspective, wants to assess the efficiency and effectiveness of revenues deriving from “retrospective building permission” as well as the financial management and urban planning capacity of local authorities. A first exploration, deriving from a departmental research on Terra di Lavoro, concerning the municipality of Casal di Principe in the province of Caserta.



DOI: http://dx.medra.org/10.19254/LaborEst.09.12


Keywords


metropolitan city, illegal buildings, financial revenues

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