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PROJECT PART-FINANCED BY THE EUROPEAN UNION nodus working group EVENT Kick-off meeting Barcelona, 16 – 17 June 2008
Programmi di riqualificazione urbana Legge regionale 19/1998 PRU
PROJECT PART-FINANCED BY THE EUROPEAN UNION Programmes for Urban Regeneration - Regional Law 19/1998 PRU is an urban planning tool that involves a multiplicity of functions and typologies of intervention. It is supported by public and private funds PRU may alter general urban regulatory planning (General Urban Plan, Building Regulatory Plan), and it is put into effect via a planning agreement signed by all the participants
PROJECT PART-FINANCED BY THE EUROPEAN UNION Characteristics of urban regeneration programmes Regional urban programmes aim to solve the degradation of some urban district from different points of view: physical social economic environmental
PROJECT PART-FINANCED BY THE EUROPEAN UNION Role of Municipality The Municipality establishes the urban areas that need regeneration, giving priority to those sections which are abandoned and run down The Municipality identifies the public aims to be achieved in each area The Municipality draws up a feasibility study considering the public and private resources available, as well as the opportunities offered with respect to real estate values
PROJECT PART-FINANCED BY THE EUROPEAN UNION Role of the region in the promotion of the PRU The Region is responsible for guaranteeing the necessary financial resources (e.g. regional, national, UE) The Region ensures the integration of all policies having an influence on the urban territory The Region launches public competitions to finance the planning of the PRUs and the realisation of the works of public interest (public housing, infrastructures)
PROJECT PART-FINANCED BY THE EUROPEAN UNION Approval of PRU The Municipality stipulates an agreement with the sponsors of the selected project The Region may participate in the agreement with its own funds The Programme for Urban Regeneration is approved by signing the agreement The agreement necessitates a declaration of public utility of the works to be carried out The agreement foresees the eventual expropriation of property where negotiation has broken down
PROJECT PART-FINANCED BY THE EUROPEAN UNION Participation of the private sector Keywords: competitiveness, transparency Research for models for the involvement of the private sector in urban regeneration operations contribution to financing by means of direct investment in real estate involvement in the future development of the area by means of activity-generating initiatives
PROJECT PART-FINANCED BY THE EUROPEAN UNION Procedures and criteria for definition of Programmes 68 proposals from 135 Municipalities 36 individualy (pop. over 15.000 inhabit.) 36 individualy (pop. over 15.000 inhabit.) 99 in associations (pop. under 15.000 inhabit.) 99 in associations (pop. under 15.000 inhabit.) Popolation involved 2.842.642 71,79% of total regional population
PROJECT PART-FINANCED BY THE EUROPEAN UNION Evaluation criteria Feasibility of the interventions Wide area impact Quality of the project
PROJECT PART-FINANCED BY THE EUROPEAN UNION Total Investiments in Pru
PROJECT PART-FINANCED BY THE EUROPEAN UNION MONITORING PRU: State of realization 31.12.2007
PROJECT PART-FINANCED BY THE EUROPEAN UNION CONTRATTI DI QUARTIERE CONTRATTI DI QUARTIERE Legge 8 febbraio 2001, n. 21 "Misure per ridurre il disagio abitativo ed interventi per aumentare l'offerta di alloggi in locazione"
PROJECT PART-FINANCED BY THE EUROPEAN UNION I Contratti di Quartiere Incrementare, con la partecipazione di investimenti privati, la dotazione infrastrutturale dei quartieri degradati di comuni e città a più forte disagio abitativo ed occupazionale Prevedere, al contempo, misure ed interventi per incrementare l'occupazione, per favorire l'integrazione sociale, e l'adeguamento dell'offerta abitativa
PROJECT PART-FINANCED BY THE EUROPEAN UNION 45 programmi presentati dai Comuni 15 dicembre 2005 Accordo di Programma Quadro tra Ministero Infrastrutture e Trasporti e Regione Emilia-Romagna 65% fondi statali 35% da risorse regionali Alla Regione Emilia-Romagna è assegnato un complessivo apporto statale di 52.397.088,32 euro I Contratti di Quartiere
PROJECT PART-FINANCED BY THE EUROPEAN UNION Investimenti complessivi per circa 215 milioni di euro 64 milioni di euro fondi comunali 69 milioni di finanziamenti privati I CONTRATTI DI QUARTIERE 82 milioni di euro cofinanziamento pubblico
PROJECT PART-FINANCED BY THE EUROPEAN UNION I Contratti di Quartiere I Contratti di quartiere promuovono interventi nelle città di: Bologna, Modena, Reggio Emilia, Piacenza, Ferrara, Ravenna, Forlì, Imola, Faenza, Fidenza, Bondeno
PROJECT PART-FINANCED BY THE EUROPEAN UNION PRIORITY ISSUE I Contratti di Quartiere Improve quality of living in towns renewing social housing and increasing urban vitality and public services in residential districts.
PROJECT PART-FINANCED BY THE EUROPEAN UNION Save energy and natural environment Innovation goals Improve quality and urban safety Increase accessibility and sustainable mobility inside urban areas I Contratti di Quartiere
PROJECT PART-FINANCED BY THE EUROPEAN UNION 1370 alloggi - edilizia residenziale pubblica - edilizia agevolata e convenzionata da destinare anche alla locazione a canoni concordati. Contratti di Quartiere
PROJECT PART-FINANCED BY THE EUROPEAN UNION GUIDELINES FOR THE REGIONAL TERRITORIAL PLAN (PTR)
PROJECT PART-FINANCED BY THE EUROPEAN UNION DOCUMENTO PRELIMINARE DEL PTR The PTR sets out the priorities for the work ahead of us over the next few years: Working on innovation, sustainable development, and environmental issues. Positioning our region in the new context of European enlargement, all the while expanding relations with the Mediterranean countries, East Europe, and Asia. Reorganising our public institutions, with a view to creating a region-wide framework and building an integrated system of relations that will take us beyond polycentrism and concerted action.
PROJECT PART-FINANCED BY THE EUROPEAN UNION DOCUMENTO PRELIMINARE DEL PTR Improvements required in urban system and sustainability: The quality of our cities and their urban texture also through the regeneration of areas and buildings for public spaces and housing Solidarity, by intercepting the requirements of the various components of the population of the region, especially the most vulnerable, who need to have access provided for in the urban texture to spaces suitable for their needs and at the same time assuring both their social and personal safety. Infrastructure and public transport facilities