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PLANNING ACTIVITIES IN COASTAL AREAS ITALIAN AND CROSS-BORDER APPROACHES ALONG THE ADRIATIC SEA



Price

Free (open access)

Paper DOI

10.2495/SDP-V12-N5-853-866

Volume

Volume 12 (2017), Issue 5

Pages

13

Page Range

853 - 866

Author(s)

DONATELLA CIALDEA

Abstract

Coastal areas are the typical ‘critical zones’ for the planning activities. This paper illustrates the results realised by the L.a.co.s.t.a. Laboratory of the University of Molise in Italy, in order to compare the analysis of urban and territorial planning processes in force in Italy and in its Cross-border Countries along the Adriatic Sea. The work has examined the historical evolution of the laws and norms relating to the landscape protection in different situations, with particular attention to those preserving the landscape values in harmony with the territorial plans, to contrast the growing anthropic development especially along the coastal zones. The aim of our research is to define the different levels of territorial survey and develop a basic cartography for the countries involved in our survey so as to assure the validity of the methodology used in analysing the territory by taking into account the diverse territorial conditions of each country.

Keywords

coastal zones, landscape, planning