LA PIANIFICAZIONE STRATEGICA FAVORISCE LO SVILUPPO SOSTENIBILE DI AREA VASTA. UN CASO DI STUDIO A NORD DELL’AREA URBANA COSENTINA

Ferdinando Verardi, Domenico Passarelli, Andrea Pellegrino

Abstract


Strategic planning responds in a sustainable manner to the requests coming from the territory and from the settled community. The work presented here is inspired by the processes of democratization and concertation that represent, in fact, the innovative character of planning as a whole. What is presented can be understood as a best practice carried out on the territory of the area to the right of the river Crati in the province of Cosenza and represents an applied experience of participation from below, between the public and private stakeholders, in the awareness of having triggered endogenous processes of sustainable development. The Kratos strategic plan becomes not only a substantial link for transnational development scenarios, but above all an example of self-sufficient self-governance, demonstrating that it has the capacity to manage its territory, through the awareness of its local potential and the ability to intervene in the phases successive territorial planning.

 

DOI: http://dx.medra.org/10.19254/LaborEst.17.04


Keywords


Strategic Planning, Democratic Participation,, Multi-Agent Integrated Planning

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