 RELEVANT TERRITORIES PROMOTING LOCAL DEVELOPMENT POLICIES THE SUPRA-MUNICIPAL LEVEL FOR EFFECTIVE LOCAL POLICIES THE...
• The local dimension of development is a topic of great interest for the disciplines of planning, opening new scenarios...
 The identification of local systems for the wide area government, not consistent with the traditional provincia...
• Identifying a territorial dimension which facilitates the integration between the social and economic planning and sch...
• EU planning has given strong impetus to local development and the supra-municipal scale appears to be privileged to ho...
RELEVANT TERRITORIES THE SUPRA-MUNICIPAL LEVEL PROMOTING LOCAL ...
RELEVANT TERRITORIES THE SUPRA-MUNICIPAL LEVEL PROMOTING LOCAL ...
RELEVANT TERRITORIES THE SUPRA-MUNICIPAL LEVEL PROMOTING LOCAL ...
RELEVANT TERRITORIES THE SUPRA-MUNICIPAL LEVEL PROMOTING LOCAL ...
1. ANALYTICAL PHASE 2. PROJECT PHASE 3. INTERPRETATIVE PHASE
1. ANALYTICAL PHASE 2. PROJECT PHASE 3. INTERPRETATIVE PHASE
THE ANTHROPIC TERRITORY
RELEVANT TERRITORIES THE SUPRA-MUNICIPAL LEVEL PROMOTING LOCAL ...
RELEVANT TERRITORIES THE SUPRA-MUNICIPAL LEVEL PROMOTING LOCAL ...
RELEVANT TERRITORIES THE SUPRA-MUNICIPAL LEVEL PROMOTING LOCAL ...
1. ANALYTICAL PHASEComponents: geographical - physical - environmental IDENTITY social - economic ...
1. ANALYTICAL PHASE 2. PROJECT PHASE 3. INTERPRETATIVE PHASE• The research of a proper territorial dimension for deve...
1. ANALYTICAL PHASE 2. PROJECT PHASE 3. INTERPRETATIVE PHASE Identity founded on natural, ...
1. ANALYTICAL PHASE 2. PROJECT PHASE 3. INTERPRETATIVE PHASE MODEL FOR DURABLE LOCAL DEVELOPMENT- Preservation a...
1. ANALYTICAL PHASE 2. PROJECT PHASE 3. INTERPRETATIVE PHASETOURIST VOCATION SUSTAINABLE TOU...
1. ANALYTICAL PHASE 2. PROJECT PHASE 3. INTERPRETATIVE PHASE SIT (Geographical Information System) - DATA ORGANI...
1. ANALYTICAL PHASE 2. PROJECT PHASE 3. INTERPRETATIVE PHASE- Natural environmentalresources- Urban RelationalSystem- ...
1. ANALYTICAL PHASE 2. PROJECT PHASE 3. INTERPRETATIVE PHASE• The data collected and processed were organized accordi...
1. ANALYTICAL PHASE 2. PROJECT PHASE 3. INTERPRETATIVE PHASEOverviewZoom in village ...
1. ANALYTICAL PHASE 2. PROJECT PHASE 3. INTERPRETATIVE PHASEOverviewDdetails cards
1. ANALYTICAL PHASE 2. PROJECT PHASE 3. INTERPRETATIVE PHASE “INTEGRATED TOUR...
1. ANALYTICAL PHASE 2. PROJECT PHASE 3. INTERPRETATIVE PHASE ARRIVALITINERARY OF...
1. ANALYTICAL PHASE 2. PROJECT PHASE 3. INTERPRETATIVE PHASE- For each itinerary, through consultation of the databas...
1. ANALYTICAL PHASE 2. PROJECT PHASE 3. INTERPRETATIVE PHASETOURIST VOCATION MODEL OF LOCAL ...
A RENEWED APPROACH TO STRATEGIC AND STRUCTURAL PLANNING FOR THE VAL D’AGRI-The recognition of key features and of structur...
A RENEWED APPROACH TO STRATEGIC AND STRUCTURAL PLANNING FOR THE VAL D’AGRI STRATEGIC DIMENSIONThe scal...
CONCLUSION- The construction of an adequate, systematic andintegrated knowledge concerning the resources andcharacters of ...
THANKS FOR YOUR ATTENTION
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Pontrandolfi & Cartolano - Input 2012

Piergiuseppe Pontrandolfi and Antonella Cartolano on "Promoting local development through a new representation and interpretation of the context: the Val d’Agri case"
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Published in: Technology      Economy & Finance      
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Transcripts - Pontrandolfi & Cartolano - Input 2012

  • 1.  RELEVANT TERRITORIES PROMOTING LOCAL DEVELOPMENT POLICIES THE SUPRA-MUNICIPAL LEVEL FOR EFFECTIVE LOCAL POLICIES THE VAL D’AGRI CASE: • VAL D’AGRI RELEVANT TERRITORY • A RENEWED APPROACH TO STRATEGIC AND STRUCTURAL PLANNING FOR THE VAL D’AGRI
  • 2. • The local dimension of development is a topic of great interest for the disciplines of planning, opening new scenarios especially for the effectiveness assessment of planning. The traditional articulation of planning levels should be the subject of a reconsideration, especially in those territories still characterized by accentuated phenomena of backwardness in terms of economic development or by marked imbalance in terms of services provision and accessibility planning.
  • 3.  The identification of local systems for the wide area government, not consistent with the traditional provincial administrative boundaries, represents an attempt to overcome the rigidity of institutional predefined geographical areas and to identify "relevant areas" for the promotion of sustainable development local self-sustaining (Dematteis, Magnaghi 2002).
  • 4. • Identifying a territorial dimension which facilitates the integration between the social and economic planning and scheduling of resources poses significant environmental and territorial issues and implications for technical and political dimension.• The aim is to identify spatial and institutional dimensions able to pursue and implement real forms of territorial government in reference to the actual ability to manage resources and to plan for their use.
  • 5. • EU planning has given strong impetus to local development and the supra-municipal scale appears to be privileged to host a regional strategic vision and to provide guidance to its pursuit. The work emphasizes the need for an appropriate relationship between the project area and the “relevant territory”, overcoming the traditional relationship between institutional borders and the planning space.
  • 6. RELEVANT TERRITORIES THE SUPRA-MUNICIPAL LEVEL PROMOTING LOCAL THE VAL D’AGRI CASE FOR EFFECTIVE LOCAL POLICIESDEVELOPMENT POLICIESNEW TERRITORIAL PARTITIONDO NOT COINCIDE WITH THE LOCAL DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATIVE POLICIES GEOGRAPHY
  • 7. RELEVANT TERRITORIES THE SUPRA-MUNICIPAL LEVEL PROMOTING LOCAL THE VAL D’AGRI CASE FOR EFFECTIVE LOCAL POLICIES DEVELOPMENT POLICIES• The identity of the SLoT is defined not only in terms of a sense of belonging, that is something essentially based on the memory of the past, but also in terms of organization of the system, i.e. a sense of cohesion and continuity into the future and a capacity, often explicit, conscious of self-representation, interacting with similar ability of over-local territory, respecting formulas of cooperation, conflict and negotiation.
  • 8. RELEVANT TERRITORIES THE SUPRA-MUNICIPAL LEVEL PROMOTING LOCAL THE VAL D’AGRI CASE FOR EFFECTIVE LOCAL POLICIES DEVELOPMENT POLICIES• In this sense, it is not the case of identifying an existing territorial system, but to find a series of clues and subjective and objective preconditions that make possible and highly likely the construction, in a given geographical area, of a territorial system able to achieve development goals autonomously. We look at an area where it is possible to promote good policies and effective actions for the development, starting from the construction of credible and shared strategic projects.
  • 9. RELEVANT TERRITORIES THE SUPRA-MUNICIPAL LEVEL PROMOTING LOCAL THE VAL D’AGRI CASE FOR EFFECTIVE LOCAL POLICIES DEVELOPMENT POLICIES• The Agri Valley, located in the southern Basilicata and characterized by important morphological emergencies that are the natural boundaries and identity elements, represents an area of particular interest for the whole Region due to the presence of a significant wealth of natural and anthropogenic, for local development processes, the role of the hinge area in relation with neighboring Campania and also for the presence of significant oil extractions.
  • 10. 1. ANALYTICAL PHASE 2. PROJECT PHASE 3. INTERPRETATIVE PHASE
  • 11. 1. ANALYTICAL PHASE 2. PROJECT PHASE 3. INTERPRETATIVE PHASE
  • 12. THE ANTHROPIC TERRITORY
  • 13. RELEVANT TERRITORIES THE SUPRA-MUNICIPAL LEVEL PROMOTING LOCAL THE VAL D’AGRI CASE FOR EFFECTIVE LOCAL POLICIES DEVELOPMENT POLICIES• The territory of the Val dAgri has been recently affected by a number of programming tools, with reference to different institutional boundaries with overlapping problems connected to the absence of adequate physical planning strategies based on clear objectives. Many policy instruments have been often disconnected and sometimes competing and overlapping, poorly integrated and synergistic, with partial results and limited, and often below expectations.
  • 14. RELEVANT TERRITORIES THE SUPRA-MUNICIPAL LEVEL PROMOTING LOCAL THE VAL D’AGRI CASE FOR EFFECTIVE LOCAL POLICIESDEVELOPMENT POLICIES
  • 15. RELEVANT TERRITORIES THE SUPRA-MUNICIPAL LEVEL PROMOTING LOCAL THE VAL D’AGRI CASE FOR EFFECTIVE LOCAL POLICIESDEVELOPMENT POLICIES
  • 16. 1. ANALYTICAL PHASEComponents: geographical - physical - environmental IDENTITY social - economic CHARACTERISTICS historic - cultural2. PROJECT PHASE MODEL FOR DURABLECharacter identity LOCAL DEVELOPMENT System of: Stakeholders Resources Processes3. INTERPRETATIVE PHASE-Character identity- Model for durable local development- Reinterpretation of the multiple spatial images RELEVANT TERRITORY
  • 17. 1. ANALYTICAL PHASE 2. PROJECT PHASE 3. INTERPRETATIVE PHASE• The research of a proper territorial dimension for developing new processes of effective planning in the Val dAgri is based on an analysis supported by the implementation of a GIS, built with the aim to combine natural levels and structures (geographic and economic) with the cognitive and social elements (landscapes, ecologies, anthropology)in order to strengthen relationships and to connect with the local dimension of the supra-municipal size.
  • 18. 1. ANALYTICAL PHASE 2. PROJECT PHASE 3. INTERPRETATIVE PHASE Identity founded on natural, agricultural, historical, cultural, traditional characteristics of the territory : TOURIST VOCATION
  • 19. 1. ANALYTICAL PHASE 2. PROJECT PHASE 3. INTERPRETATIVE PHASE MODEL FOR DURABLE LOCAL DEVELOPMENT- Preservation and valorisation- To reverse the social and economic trend- Implementation of coordinated and integratedlocal action
  • 20. 1. ANALYTICAL PHASE 2. PROJECT PHASE 3. INTERPRETATIVE PHASETOURIST VOCATION SUSTAINABLE TOURISM“VAL D’AGRI IN RETE”: integrated system of interventions and actions Relations between resources and actors
  • 21. 1. ANALYTICAL PHASE 2. PROJECT PHASE 3. INTERPRETATIVE PHASE SIT (Geographical Information System) - DATA ORGANIZATION -WEB GIS
  • 22. 1. ANALYTICAL PHASE 2. PROJECT PHASE 3. INTERPRETATIVE PHASE- Natural environmentalresources- Urban RelationalSystem- Historical HeritageMap- Typical Products- Local Crafts- Events- Nature Trails- CAI Trails- Receptive Equipments- Municipal Libraries- Museums- Pro Loco- Credit and SavingsServices- Security and controlservices- Health Services
  • 23. 1. ANALYTICAL PHASE 2. PROJECT PHASE 3. INTERPRETATIVE PHASE• The data collected and processed were organized according to three levels of detail relating to:- an overview of the entire area in which major categories are reproduced using the elements that best represent the characteristics and values of the area;- a deepening of the municipality scale where the data are of a more accurate description and location;- a deepening of the elements of particular interest from the point of view of a tourist use by drawing cards, rich descriptions and iconographic documents, which have enriched the general data base.
  • 24. 1. ANALYTICAL PHASE 2. PROJECT PHASE 3. INTERPRETATIVE PHASEOverviewZoom in village Details cards
  • 25. 1. ANALYTICAL PHASE 2. PROJECT PHASE 3. INTERPRETATIVE PHASEOverviewDdetails cards
  • 26. 1. ANALYTICAL PHASE 2. PROJECT PHASE 3. INTERPRETATIVE PHASE “INTEGRATED TOURISM OFFER" : Taste itineraries Nature itineraries Historical trail
  • 27. 1. ANALYTICAL PHASE 2. PROJECT PHASE 3. INTERPRETATIVE PHASE ARRIVALITINERARY OFMADONNA DIVIGGIANO DEPARTURE ITINERARY
  • 28. 1. ANALYTICAL PHASE 2. PROJECT PHASE 3. INTERPRETATIVE PHASE- For each itinerary, through consultation of the database,it is possible to identify the route, the mode and times of the journey, the opportunity to discover the typical features, if there are more opportunities to visit, thereby generating attention and interest of the potential user.- The research has been completed with the definition of measures (mainly interventions), tangible and intangible, to ensure the effective implementation of the project and with the indication of possible funding tools.
  • 29. 1. ANALYTICAL PHASE 2. PROJECT PHASE 3. INTERPRETATIVE PHASETOURIST VOCATION MODEL OF LOCAL DEVELOPMENT  Stakeholders Network  Resourses network  Processes and relations VAL D’AGRI RELEVANT TERRITORY19 municipalities involved in the Val d’Agri Territorial Integrated Project
  • 30. A RENEWED APPROACH TO STRATEGIC AND STRUCTURAL PLANNING FOR THE VAL D’AGRI-The recognition of key features and of structural andunvarying territorial resources of the “relevant territory”have led to a first reflection ,in the starting phase of thePSI (Integrated Structural Plan).-The proposal is to imagine a tool that can facilitate aplanning process with a strong multi-scale interaction andcoherence between the strategic- structural dimensionand the operational management and implementation ofinterventions.
  • 31. A RENEWED APPROACH TO STRATEGIC AND STRUCTURAL PLANNING FOR THE VAL D’AGRI STRATEGIC DIMENSIONThe scale of the entire affected area is considered as a strategicdimen-sion to promote and animate a local development project thatcomes out from the territory and local communities in a stronglyshared way, through credible development scenarios and appropriateassessments of the economic and financial resources PHYSICAL PLANNING AND TERRITORIAL STRUCTUREthe physical planning and the territorial structure are generally basedon the definition of the structural features of the area and haveconsistency with the strategic development choices, in particular onthe smaller municipal aggregation scale in which the theme of thefunctional and services organization, employment opportunities andinvestments, an adequate internal accessibility are the bases for themain choices for settlement improving The” territorialisation” ofstrategic choices can be realized at the scale of restricted territorialportions. ACTUAL OPERATIONAL PLANAt the municipal scale the actual operational plan develops coherentlywith the strategic and structural choices defined at a supra-municipalscale.
  • 32. CONCLUSION- The construction of an adequate, systematic andintegrated knowledge concerning the resources andcharacters of the area allows us to develop localdevelopment projects/scenarios useful to probe the“relevance” of the territory for development strategies.- The just started planning process refers to localgovernance instruments articulated on a strategicdimension implementing the operational plan, indicatingle-vels of institutional responsibility and appropriateforms of institutional cooperation.
  • 33. THANKS FOR YOUR ATTENTION

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