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The Course wants to give a basic knowledge of the various tools and of the main institutional references and the respective procedures.
The course aims to provide basic knowledge on planning tools, laws, and the resulting procedures that are customary in the ordinary practice of the civil environmental engineer. The course also wants to focus the main institutional responsibilities on land management at different levels of relevance. It also intends to provide a first approach to technical-methodological problems of small-scale, application of the content above exposed.
The urban planning module intends to present to the student the basic knowledge on urban planning plans and tools at urban and territorial level.
The course also aims to sensitize students to priority issues at an urban and territorial level present in the urban plans (green, regeneration, ..).
At the end of the course, the student will be able to analyze urban plans, both of ordinary planning and of sector tools, at the different reference scales.
The teaching (50 hours) consists of lectures, followed by guided thematic exercises / elaborations, developed in small groups of students.
The course program includes the presentation and discussion of the following topics:
- Framework of urban planning tools.
- Urban plans: PRG - General Town Plan, PTC - Provincial and PTM plan - Metropolitan plan, PTR - Regional Territorial Plan. Municipal urban plans in the various Italian regions
-The implementation plans: PP, PZ, PIP, PR
-Law 457/78 and the recovery interventions in the city. Recovery concept. RES, REP, RUB.
-The building permit
-The complex national programs: PI, PRU, PRIU and PRUSST and the POI in the Liguria region.
-The soil defense and the basin plan. Examples in Italy
-The basin plan in Liguria. Examples at the Ligurian level.
- Notes on the Environmental Code (Legislative Decree 152/2006).
-The Landscape Plan and landscape protection. Examples at national level and in Liguria.
-The Park Plan and naturalistic protection. Examples at national level and in Liguria.
- Introduction to environmental, social and economic sustainability. Main tools.
All the slides used during the lessons and other teaching material will be available on aul@web.
In general, the notes taken during the lessons and the material on aul@web are sufficient for the preparation of the exam.
For each topic, reference regulatory provisions and instruments introduced are indicated that can be consulted for appropriate further information: Codes, laws and Plans constitute didactic material of the Course.
The books indicated below are suggested as supporting texts, but students can also use other books related to Urban Planning:
• Aldo Fiale COMPENDIO DI DIRITTO URBANISTICO, Edizione Simone, 2015
• Luca Zevi IL NUOVISSIMO MANUALE DELL’ARCHITETTO
• NEUFERT ENCICLOPEDIA PRATICA PER PROGETTARE E COSTRUIRE, HOEPLI
• Nuovo Colombo MANUALE DELL’INGEGNERE, HOEPLI
• Riva, Guadagni MANUALE DELL’INGEGNERE CIVILE E AMBIENTALE, HOEPLI
• Francesca Pirlone, I borghi antichi abbandonati. patrimonio da riscoprire e mettere in sicurezza”, Franco Angeli, Milano, 2016
• Testo unico dell'edilizia (DPR 380/2001 e successivi)
• Francesca Pirlone, Pietro Ugolini “Il rischio idrogeologico nella difesa del suolo”, Collana Rischi e Territorio, Edizioni del Delfino Moro, Albenga, 2003
• Francesca Pirlone “I rischi naturali nelle prassi ordinarie di pianificazione e gestione urbanistica. l’importanza della temporalità nella sicurezza del territorio”, Alinea Editrice, ISBN 978-88-6055-481-9, Firenze, dicembre 2009
• Arnaud A., Pirlone F., “Le politiche di sviluppo urbano sostenibile e i rischi naturali. Punti di forza e criticità in Italia e in Francia - Les politiques de développement urbain durable et risques naturels. Forces et faiblesses en Italie et en France”, Aracne editrice, Roma, 2014, pp. 1-128
• Codice dell’Ambiente (D.lgs 152/2006 e successivi)
• Codice dei beni culturali e del paesaggio (D.lgs 42/2004)
• Pietro Ugolini “L’esperienza dei PRUSST. Considerazioni sull’attuale status delle attività”- CUSL- Milano, 2000
Office hours: The teacher receives by appointment
ANGELA DI FEBBRARO (President)
FRANCESCA PIRLONE (President Substitute)
The course includes an oral test.
The exercises carried out during the course are evaluated during the oral exam and contribute to the final grade of the exam.
There will be 3 exam sessions for the winter session (January-February-March) and 4 exam sessions for the summer session (June, July and September). During the lesson period, extraordinary sessions for students outside the course can be agreed with the teachers.
The main purpose of the exam is to evaluate the students' ability to know how to operate and subsequently analyze urban plans at different levels of scale.
The ability to describe exam topics clearly and with appropriate terminology will also be assessed.