Enhancement of Cultural Heritage Through Environmental Planning & Management

Cultural Heritage sites located in both rural and urban areas are often facing the dilemma between loss of cultural values and hence loss of identity, due to non-sustainable growth, and economic decline and emigration, due to inappropriate infrastructure and high cost of living (especially, buildings maintenance). CHERPLAN aims to provide a strong basis for ensuring compatibility and synergy between cultural heritage conservation and socio-economic growth by fostering the adoption of a modern Environmental Planning approach throughout SEE.
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Posted: August 27, 2014

Below you can download the article with title "The Impact of Land Subsidence 34 on Preservation of Cultural Heritage Sites: The Case Study of Aquileia (Venetian-Friulian Coastland, North-Eastern Italy)" by Loredana Alfare, Sandra Donnici, Mattia Marini, Massimiliano Moscatelli, Luigi Tosi, and Roberto Vallone.

Posted: June 30, 2014
Posted: June 30, 2014 - In: Project Meetings

For Pilot project Idrija we have finalized some documents regarding revitalization of monuments, such as revitalization of Joseph's Shaft with architectural layouts for entire area and also we have been able to finalize proposal for Management Plan for the area (Heritage of Mercury)– including Environmental Plan with action plan and financial frame. Final meetings have been held with stakeholders, validating project proposals and National Conference was held as a final event.

Posted: June 30, 2014

Below you can see the video for cultural pathway of Nafpaktos, Greece.

Posted: May 5, 2014

The CHERPLAN Final Conference will be held in Udine-Italy on 28th of May, 2014 followed by a Study Visit to the Pilot Area of Aquileia on 29th of May, 2014.

The agenda is available here.

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