Territorial attractiveness to production activities is a determining factor for the revitalization of degraded, abandoned, and impoverished territories and urban areas from an economic, social and environmental point of view. A competitive territory is capable of producing wealth and economic prosperity for its citizens and, at the same time, enhancing the environment, guaranteeing the protection of natural resources and cultural heritage and encourage the joint intervention of different subjects and institutional levels. New experiences in industrial plants planning concretely demonstrate how it is possible to create production plants capable of integrating sustainable principles in planning, design and management phases. It is well recognized the possibility to pursue (according to principles and sustainability objectives) the competitiveness of the production system through localization choices capable of guaranteeing economic development, environmental protection and the involvement of different public and private subjects. Authors, in accordance to the new Lombardy Region Law (LR 18/2019) on urban regeneration, develop a Planning Support System (PSS) that leads to the study and definition of key elements for the planning of complex production-industrial system. In particular, the logical framework summarizes every steps of the planning process of productive activities on a territory. Moreover, authors present the case study related to the territorial and economic organization of Pavia Province.

Territorial Attraction for New Industrial-Productive Plants. The Case of Pavia Province

Roberto De Lotto
Methodology
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Elisabetta Maria Venco;Caterina Pietra
2020

Abstract

Territorial attractiveness to production activities is a determining factor for the revitalization of degraded, abandoned, and impoverished territories and urban areas from an economic, social and environmental point of view. A competitive territory is capable of producing wealth and economic prosperity for its citizens and, at the same time, enhancing the environment, guaranteeing the protection of natural resources and cultural heritage and encourage the joint intervention of different subjects and institutional levels. New experiences in industrial plants planning concretely demonstrate how it is possible to create production plants capable of integrating sustainable principles in planning, design and management phases. It is well recognized the possibility to pursue (according to principles and sustainability objectives) the competitiveness of the production system through localization choices capable of guaranteeing economic development, environmental protection and the involvement of different public and private subjects. Authors, in accordance to the new Lombardy Region Law (LR 18/2019) on urban regeneration, develop a Planning Support System (PSS) that leads to the study and definition of key elements for the planning of complex production-industrial system. In particular, the logical framework summarizes every steps of the planning process of productive activities on a territory. Moreover, authors present the case study related to the territorial and economic organization of Pavia Province.
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