Small cities. Fields of reform for town planning

Journal title TERRITORIO
Author/s Alessandro Alì
Publishing Year 2021 Issue 2020/93
Language Italian Pages 11 P. 44-54 File size 5011 KB
DOI 10.3280/TR2020-093007
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Ten years have passed between the new Town plan of Romano di Lombardia approved in April 2019 and the previous one drawn up at the beginning of the crisis in the first decade of the xxi century. This is quite a short period for urban planning, but it is enough to map a deep change in the questions and needs referring to small urban centres. Some of the aspects that the new Town plan of Romano di Lombardia has questioned are: the crisis of the apparently limitless predictions about quantitative urban growth and of the choices of enterprises development; the relationships between the municipality and the private subjects in the construction of urban welfare; the difficulties of implementing large planned transformations in contrast with the fluidity of small and widespread changes.

Keywords: Urban project for small towns; urban regeneration; urban welfare space

Alessandro Alì, Piccoli centri. Campi di riforma del progetto urbanistico in "TERRITORIO" 93/2020, pp 44-54, DOI: 10.3280/TR2020-093007