Who is entitled for the recognition of public right in the urban domain? A perspective from the southern Italian context

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Who has the right of access to public space of the city and what are the limits depending on the circumstances: the shift between the public and private sphere institutional system, laws and planning tools. If many scholars focus on rel public/political spaces, the sphere of public facilities is a central issue. In by an ancient national law, aimed at ensuring minimum collective rights, the standards as mandatory quantity of areas to locate within the municipal plans. regions of Northern Italy have satisfied and raised this standard, the southern situation of severe shortage. This lacking of equipment, during the long period affects mainly the disadvantaged groups of the population. Although the urban intercept the multiplicity of services required by the plurality of social groups public/private partnership does not ensure the creation of truly inclusive spa quality. Even new national bill on urban regeneration appears unfair. Subjugate interests, it raises questions of planning responsibility with respect to populate most easily excluded, not possessing negotiable values such as property rights New issues are arising from legislation proposal involving the equality between o distribution. These approaches lead to rethink on public responsibility and ab depending on the geographical context, and economic-political and bureaucrat reference, on the basis of Arendt’s thought.
Book of proceedings: Annual AESOP Congress, Definite Space – Fuzzy Responsibility, Prague, 13-16th July, 2015
Relational public spaces, services, responsibility
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