The implementation process of the Syracuse’s Master Plan is characterized by the widespread use of “urban negotiation”. The Municipality has drawn up a protocol aimed at obtaining areas for facilities and public infrastructures in different areas basing on the rule of the transfer of a portion of land in return for the building permission for the remaining part. Since these areas are variously characterized, the negotiation process may not be fair to Municipality or convenient to land owners. Basing on an equalization pattern, this study provides, for each area, the indexes of fairness and convenience, and, more specifically, the difference between the market value of the areas achieved and the value of the permits issued. And based on the possibility to transfer the development rights, some different scenarios are prefigured about the possibility of acquiring additional areas for social housing and/or achieving funds for sustainablebuildings.
|Number of pages||7|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|