AREE METROPOLITANE E SUB-AREE OMOGENEE: UN’IPOTESI DI PIANO STRUTTURALE PER IL MUNICIPIO METROPOLITANO DELLA CONURBAZIONE AVERSANA

Salvatore Losco

Abstract


In the last fifty years cities and regions have involved in extensive environmental, economic and social changes that raised important questions concerning their transformation and spatial organization. Is therefore essential to re-interpret their form and structure, especially because they are very different from those inherited from the modern movement in architecture and urbanism. These new settlement patterns made ineffective traditional spatial planning, with a consequent loss of identity of cities and territories. New rationality regulates these processes, new planning tools will be needed to meet the new demand of territory. After outlining some distinctive traits of metropolitan areas, the article proposes to identify homogeneous sub-areas within a larger metropolitan area. These subareas could be instrumental in defining a structural plan that can act as an interface between the strategies of the Metropolitan Territorial Plan and the Municipal structural and operational Plan. The case-study presented in this paper is a proposal of a Structural Land Use Plan for Metropolitan Municipality of the Aversana Conurbation located to the north of Naples, framed within the more complex planning of metropolitan areas.


Keywords


Regeneration, Metropolitan Areas, Planning Tools, Strategic/Structural Planning, Land Use Planning, Eco-Planning Enhancement.

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