Equalization can be implemented in the planning process by meansof several tools. The Syracuse’s Master Plan has used “urban negotiation” toobtain land for facilities and public infrastructure in different urban areas basingon the rule of the transfer of a portion of land in return for the building permissionfor the remaining part of each property to be developed. The MasterPlan also aimed at providing social housing because the economic crisis hasamplified the gap between housing market prices and household income. Thisstudy proposes an equalization and compensation model to support the urbannegotiation for providing the indexes of a fair and convenient development ofseveral interstitial urban areas. Some different scenarios, based on an equalizationpattern, are prefigured to provide affordable housing for low-incomehouseholds.
|Numero di pagine||17|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2016|
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