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SS - Urban planning and innovation potentially induced by the SEAChair: Mariolina BesioEnvironmental knowledge and normati...
Urban planning: a definition      We can define the sum of matters that contribute to the      transformation of the physi...
Relationships between urban plan andenvironment  • The environmental assessment of the outcomes of this process of    gove...
Knowledge representation of settlementsand environment      SETTLEMENT AND                             ENVIRONMENT   SPATI...
Environment and settlementa relational and complex system                  STATO          IMPATTI                DETERMINA...
Environment and settlementa relational and complex system
Environment and settlementa relational and complex system       LAND USE SPATIAL      SYSTEM AND URBAN       ENVIRONMENTAL...
Settlement                LAND USE SPATIAL               SYSTEM AND URBAN                     FORM                SPATIAL ...
Spatial land use regulation system            Scomposition of regulation system
Spatial land use regulation system         “Spazializzazione” dell’apparato normativo                                     ...
Spatial land use regulation system
Spatial land use regulation system                            The representation of transormation rules                   ...
Environment    ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEM      EFFETCTS / IMPACTS                                 ENVIRONMENTAL                 ...
Environmental contexts   The environmental contexts are urban regions with a      distinctive uniform, under which it is p...
Environmental contextsFONTI DESCRITTIVE                       FONTI NORMATIVEReti Regione                            Piano...
Environmental contexts                                                                RetiREG                          CTR...
Environmental contexts
Environmental contexts         Urban contest   Extra-urban         Peri-urban        Coastal
Environmental contexts
Contexts assessment
Contexts assessmentSub-municipal assessment      MUNICIPIO                                                      PONENTE   ...
Environmental components
Environmental components  COMPONENTI                     TEMATISMI AMBIENTALI  AMBIENTALI  Aria                           ...
A logical framework forknowledge representation                   1                           2
A logical framework forknowledge representation
A logical framework forknowledge representation
Mapping criticity and opportunity                                    HERITAGE                                    RESOURCE ...
A logical framework forknowledge representationGIS
Localization assessmentTRANSFORMATION DISTRICTS
Spatial indicators                     Public green areas                     distribution                      Services a...
Spatial indicators                     Scholar services                     accessibility
Conclusions The construction of a single logical system of descriptive environmental data allowed us to achieve some resul...
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  1. 1. SS - Urban planning and innovation potentially induced by the SEAChair: Mariolina BesioEnvironmental knowledge and normative potentiality of environmentalcomponents.A case study: the SEA of Genoa land use planGiampiero LombardiniDSA – Università di Genova Cagliari, 11 maggio 2012
  2. 2. Urban planning: a definition We can define the sum of matters that contribute to the transformation of the physical environment of the city as "territorial production system Urban planning can be defined as the set of governance practices (in their economic, legal and technical dimensions) that through the allocation of land use (zoning), interacts and tries to regulation of the system of territorial production The main function of the urban plan at (local) municipal level is therefore the control of territorial transformations through the formal allocation of land uses, where different rules regarding the potential construction and implementation of infrastructure and services.
  3. 3. Relationships between urban plan andenvironment • The environmental assessment of the outcomes of this process of government regulation therefore must consider the technical and operational characteristics by which an urban plan performs its function: • in this case they have an irreducible spatial dimension. • The planning regulation is done by organizing urban space with • grids (which may have economic-operational nature: Mazza, 2007; • symbolic rule: Rykwert, 2002; • morphological design: Piroddi, 2000) • The construction of the potential rules through which the planners should (or rather, would like) organize the future city still needs a process of elaboration and structuring of spatial knowledges, under which are then performed the choices of the plan regarding the admissible transformations.
  4. 4. Knowledge representation of settlementsand environment SETTLEMENT AND ENVIRONMENT SPATIAL SYSTEM AND ITS POTENTIAL EVOLUTION LAND USE MAPPING (with ENVIRONMENT MAPPNG rules of transformations) (components and contests) POTENTIAL TRANSFORMATION ENVIRONMENTAL STATE, ADMITTED RESILIENCE, SUITABILITY GEOGRAPHIC SPACE
  5. 5. Environment and settlementa relational and complex system STATO IMPATTI DETERMINANTI PRESSIONI
  6. 6. Environment and settlementa relational and complex system
  7. 7. Environment and settlementa relational and complex system LAND USE SPATIAL SYSTEM AND URBAN ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEM FORM SPATIAL ACTIONS EFFETCTS / IMPACTS CAPABILITY / SUITABILITY / TRANSFORMATION RULES RESILIENCE GEOGRAPHIC SPACE GEOGRAPHIC SPACE
  8. 8. Settlement LAND USE SPATIAL SYSTEM AND URBAN FORM SPATIAL ACTIONS TRANSFORMATION RULES GEOGRAPHIC SPACE
  9. 9. Spatial land use regulation system Scomposition of regulation system
  10. 10. Spatial land use regulation system “Spazializzazione” dell’apparato normativo SPACE
  11. 11. Spatial land use regulation system
  12. 12. Spatial land use regulation system The representation of transormation rules through “scenario mapping” Infrastructures Settlement Ecological corridors and areas
  13. 13. Environment ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEM EFFETCTS / IMPACTS ENVIRONMENTAL CONTESTS CAPABILITY / SUITABILITY / RESILIENCE ENVIRONMENTAL COMPONENTS GEOGRAPHIC SPACE
  14. 14. Environmental contexts The environmental contexts are urban regions with a distinctive uniform, under which it is possible to distinguish the structural aspects of the different parts of the territory. Each urban region are actually different territorial morphology, forms of land use and settlement areas, with a specific and recognizable geographic landscapes characterized by specific problems with regard to natural resources and human settlements and the themes of regeneration and sustainable development.
  15. 15. Environmental contextsFONTI DESCRITTIVE FONTI NORMATIVEReti Regione Piano Territoriale di Coordinamento RetiREG Paesistico-Assetto Insediativo CTRregCarta Tecnica Regionale aree urbanizzate strade carrabili Natura 2000 ( Sic e ZPS) edificato infrastruttureCarta Forestale Regionale Struttura del verde PTC Provincia diCatasto Genova contestoCarta del Paesaggio (Descrizione urbano Limite linea VerdeFondativa) Delimitazione di Centro AbitatoAltlante degli habitat marini ( 2009) centro abitato Demanio Marittimo linea verde limite amministrativoRepertorio spiagge (Sicoast 2006) limite città delle struttura urbana PTCP Tessuto urbano compatta ID_MAStudi preliminari Piano Ambito Limite Linea blu ID_COMarino-Costiero Piano Regionale Tutela delle acque
  16. 16. Environmental contexts RetiREG CTRreg aree urbanizzate strade carrabili edificato infrastrutture contesto urbano centro abitato linea verde limite amministrativo delle struttura PTCP limite città urbana Tessuto urbano compatta ID_MA ID_CO
  17. 17. Environmental contexts
  18. 18. Environmental contexts Urban contest Extra-urban Peri-urban Coastal
  19. 19. Environmental contexts
  20. 20. Contexts assessment
  21. 21. Contexts assessmentSub-municipal assessment MUNICIPIO PONENTE LOCALIZZAZIONE CARATTERIZZAZIONE STATO ATTUALE Superficie territoriale totale 0 Popolazione residente 0 N. poli di servizio di scala urbana presenti 0 N. aree per serzi pubblici 0 Superficie servizi ed attrezzature pubbliche 0 N. stazioni e fermate linee ferroviarie / metropolitane 0 PRINCIPALI TRASFORMAZIONI PREVISTE Infrastrutture SI / NO indicare quali Distretti di concertazione SI / NO indicare quanti Distretti di trasformazione SI / NO indicare quanti Distretti locali SI / NO indicare quanti Nuove dotazioni territoriali (servizi pubblici) SI / NO indicare quanti Nuove stazioni / fermate linee ferroviarie / metr. SI / NO indicare quanti Presenza parchi urbani e viali alberati SI / NO indicare quali Presenza ambiti complessi SI / NO indicare quali BILANCIO QUALITATIVO DAREA Azioni Quadro di valutazione Tutela patrimonio Consumo suolo Accessibilità Difesa suolo Biodiversità Qualità aria Energia Acque NO SI Riqualificazione aree produttive Rafforzamento trasporto pubblico Cicli produttivi ad alto valore tecnologico Metropolizzazione ferroviaria Assi attrezzati per il trasporto pubblico Valorizzazione sistema ville storiche Incremento dotazioni territoriali Riqualificazione della fascia costiera Riequilibrio territoriale e offerta di nuovi servizi Riqualificazione patrimonio edilizio Ricucitura spazio urbano Riqualifcazione del Centro Storico Rafforzamento del rapporto con il mare Riduzione fonti inquinanti Riduzione inquinamento da traffico Messa in sicurezza del territorio Efficienza energetica Riqualificazione del verde urbano ed extra-urbano Valorizzazione sistema agrario produttivo
  22. 22. Environmental components
  23. 23. Environmental components COMPONENTI TEMATISMI AMBIENTALI AMBIENTALI Aria Qualità dell’aria Clima ((effetti climalteranti delle azioni antropiche, Kyoto, ecc.) Risorsa idrica Rete idrografica (acque superficiali e sotterranee) Corpi idrici marini Suolo Stabilità (stabilità e sicurezza rispetto a fenomeni alluvionali o simili) Contaminazione Utilizzi Vegetazione e rete ecologica Mosaico vegetazionale, zone umide, habitat, fauna SIC e reti ecologiche FATTORI ANTROPICI AD TEMI AMBIENTALI AZIONE ALTERANTE Energia Consumi energetici Risparmio energetico Fonti rinnovabili Impatti indiretti: sull’aria, sulle acque Agenti fisici Rumore Campi elettromagnetici Inquinamento luminoso Trattamento acque Servizio idrico Servizio di depurazione Impatti indiretti: sulle acque Rifiuti Rifiuti urbani (produzione, differenziata) Stoccaggio e trattamento (discariche, isole ecologiche, Raee, compostaggio) Rifiuti speciali e pericolosi Impatti indiretti: sull’aria, sul suolo, sulle acque Mobilità Spostamenti e accessibilità Trasporto pubblico Infrastrutture Impatti indiretti: sull’aria, sul suolo ELEMENTI ANTROPICI TEMI AMBIENTALI SISTEMI DI VALORE Patrimonio culturale Paesaggio Patrimonio culturale
  24. 24. A logical framework forknowledge representation 1 2
  25. 25. A logical framework forknowledge representation
  26. 26. A logical framework forknowledge representation
  27. 27. Mapping criticity and opportunity HERITAGE RESOURCE RISK RESPECT
  28. 28. A logical framework forknowledge representationGIS
  29. 29. Localization assessmentTRANSFORMATION DISTRICTS
  30. 30. Spatial indicators Public green areas distribution Services accessibility
  31. 31. Spatial indicators Scholar services accessibility
  32. 32. Conclusions The construction of a single logical system of descriptive environmental data allowed us to achieve some results. The first was that of reducing the complexity resulting from very large databases. The second was to be checked at each step the set of relationships that bind each other but interrelated phenomena so difficult to be synthesized. It also permitted to make comparable data on the state of the environment (and its potential for changes) with data derived from the choices of the town plan. Finally, he allowed the plan to organize knowledge in a way that would be represented spatially (key issue since the evaluation must be anchored on time to the geographical space).
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