Rome, the Government of Urban Planning

Journal title TERRITORIO
Author/s Giovanni Caudo
Publishing Year 2017 Issue 2017/82
Language Italian Pages 10 P. 53-62 File size 750 KB
DOI 10.3280/TR2017-082012
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Being a Councillor for urban planning in Rome is a privilege, and albeit it was a politically hard-troubled experience and interrupted prematurely after only 856 days, it remains a unique experience in many aspects. I have tried to have a posture based on the responsibility of acting, contributing to the creation of a horizon of change in the eternal city, and at the same time addressing the daily issues and urgencies. Working on both, the future ambitions of Rome and everyday practices, to counter trivialization and to restore the sense of complexity that the public city implies. Three are the nodes of reasoning that I find essential to recall: the first has to do with Rome, and with its crisis; the second deals with the discontinuity, practiced with the choices made; finally, the third is responsibility as a posture in the face of government action. This article is not a summary of what has been done, nor is it a conclusive assessment

Keywords: Urban planning; urban regeneration; urban policies

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Giovanni Caudo, Roma e il suo governo in "TERRITORIO" 82/2017, pp 53-62, DOI: 10.3280/TR2017-082012