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WS4 Against Divided Cities in Europe                       URBACT Annual Conference COPENHAGEN 3-4 December 2012NAPLES: Th...
Introduction of the city/1City of Naples/LocationNaples is the third largest city of Italy. It’s the capital city of the  ...
Introduction of the city                                        Anthropic and environment risk   Building                ...
The problem neighborhood: Scampia/1                                                                           Programma St...
The problem neighborhood: Scampia/3URBACT II Annual Conference – Copenhagen – December 3th -4th 2012 Page 5
The problem neighborhood: Scampia/4•Scampia district is a complex reality•Within a very deprived context there areseveral ...
Different lots, “rioni” and socio-geographic                                                                              ...
“Vele”URBACT II Annual Conference – Copenhagen – December 3th -4th 2012 Page 8
Demolition of two “Vele” in the lot LURBACT II Annual Conference – Copenhagen – December 3th -4th 2012 Page 9
New housing blocks in Scampia (replacing the “Vele”)      Renovation of the street side, commercial skirting, small equipm...
Cooperative housing in Scampia; monoblock for low middle class                                                            ...
Alloggi PSER lot P, 270 apartments                                            Case dei Puffi                             P...
Policy interventions/1"Program for the redevelopment of Scampiadistrict” :• Removal of some of the Vele• new construction ...
Monitoring and evaluation of the outcomes                Patto per ScampiaAll previous described activities are included i...
The civil society, the “Third Sector”, le Parrocchie (Parishes)   URBACT II Annual Conference – Copenhagen – December 3th ...
Key questions /challengesFirst question /challenge: could a different quality of architecture    avoid the segregation of ...
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Naples: The Case of Scampia

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Presentation for the workshop "Against Divided Cities in Europe" of URBACT Annual Conference 2012.
Author: Gaetano Mollura, City Council of Naples

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Naples: The Case of Scampia

  1. 1. WS4 Against Divided Cities in Europe URBACT Annual Conference COPENHAGEN 3-4 December 2012NAPLES: The case of ScampiaGaetano Mollura, City Council of Naples - Lead Partner – Project coordinator
  2. 2. Introduction of the city/1City of Naples/LocationNaples is the third largest city of Italy. It’s the capital city of the Campania Region / Italy, the metropolitan area of Naples counts Industry a surface of 1.171 km2 18,5%• Number of inhabitants (metropolitan area) 3.078.408 building (2011) 10,2% Density 2 630,45 inh./kmq commerce• Number of inhabitants (city area) 956.739 (2011) transport deacreasing from 1971 31,6% Density 8.158,43 inh./kmq hotel/restaurant 6,9%• Unemployment rate17,8% (metropolitan area 2011- other persons aged 15 years and over) 23%URBACT II Annual Conference – Copenhagen – December 3th -4th 2012 Page 2
  3. 3. Introduction of the city Anthropic and environment risk Building  High rate of congestion unemployment  Diffused micro High dwelling criminality density  Extortive racket High automotive traffic  Usury  Camorra Waste collection organised and disposal criminality URBACT II Annual Conference – Copenhagen – December 3th -4th 2012 Page 3
  4. 4. The problem neighborhood: Scampia/1 Programma Straordinario per l’Edilizia ResidenzialeURBACT II Annual Conference – Copenhagen – December 3th -4th 2012 Page 4 Quadro degli interventi nel Comune di Napoli
  5. 5. The problem neighborhood: Scampia/3URBACT II Annual Conference – Copenhagen – December 3th -4th 2012 Page 5
  6. 6. The problem neighborhood: Scampia/4•Scampia district is a complex reality•Within a very deprived context there areseveral vital worlds in the Rioni and differentlevels of segregation•After the second world Housing UrbanNational Policies have strongly changed inNaples, especially neighbourhoods all aroundthe ancient town.•Around these neighbourhoods - sincesixties - grew up almost illegal sprawl•The level of degradation of the areas at themargin of the consolidated city is increasing Abitazioni Popolazione Abitazioni in Abitazioni totale Stanze occupate da Abitazioni in fitto residente totale proprietà residenti 41.350 10916 49131 10548 3051 6979Fonte: Istat 2001 28,9 66,2 URBACT II Annual Conference – Copenhagen – December 3th -4th 2012 Page 6
  7. 7. Different lots, “rioni” and socio-geographic insulae in ScampiaURBACT II Annual Conference – Copenhagen – December 3th -4th 2012 Page 7
  8. 8. “Vele”URBACT II Annual Conference – Copenhagen – December 3th -4th 2012 Page 8
  9. 9. Demolition of two “Vele” in the lot LURBACT II Annual Conference – Copenhagen – December 3th -4th 2012 Page 9
  10. 10. New housing blocks in Scampia (replacing the “Vele”) Renovation of the street side, commercial skirting, small equipmentsURBACT II Annual Conference – Copenhagen – December 3th -4th 2012 Page 10
  11. 11. Cooperative housing in Scampia; monoblock for low middle class Alloggi IACP Scampia: le stecche alte URBACT II Annual Conference – Copenhagen – December 3th -4th 2012 Page 11
  12. 12. Alloggi PSER lot P, 270 apartments Case dei Puffi Prefabricated, concentration of delinquencyURBACT II Annual Conference – Copenhagen – December 3th -4th 2012 Page 12
  13. 13. Policy interventions/1"Program for the redevelopment of Scampiadistrict” :• Removal of some of the Vele• new construction of buildings located on the edge ofthe lots, with plinths for businesses 926 new flats 139 additional flats will be built It is still OPEN the debate about the demolition ofthe remaining Vele, Change of use and assignment of public spaces to local Cooperatives Public spaces intended use former "pole craft Location in of a service center , Centre for Employment and other departments of theMunicipality.Cultural centers, managed by NGOs such as the theater Arrevuoto. Intervention of connection to the metro station-Building of a new faculty of Medicin and Surgery (Accordo Regione Campania Comunee Università)-Rehabilitation of the area now occupied by a Rom camp in Cupa Perillo and opening ofa partecipat proces for the project of new housing URBACT II Annual Conference – Copenhagen – December 3th -4th 2012 Page 13
  14. 14. Monitoring and evaluation of the outcomes Patto per ScampiaAll previous described activities are included in a last initiative of the City Council (9 November 2012):• political administrative act called “ Patto per Scampia”: for integrated actions• part of a more complex agreement approved by the City Council called “ Patto per Napoli sicura”, against illegality!URBACT II Annual Conference – Copenhagen – December 3th -4th 2012 Page 14
  15. 15. The civil society, the “Third Sector”, le Parrocchie (Parishes) URBACT II Annual Conference – Copenhagen – December 3th -4th 2012 Page 15
  16. 16. Key questions /challengesFirst question /challenge: could a different quality of architecture avoid the segregation of the neighbourhoods of the city and how could the image of estate be improved without demolition?Second question /challenge: how can social and cultural initiatives, in the framework of the actual economical crisis, contribute to the rehabilitation of deprived areas involving the new generation to build up a different and positive future?Third question/challenge: could the culture of the university population be a tool to realize a social “mixitè” in a segregated quarter, thus obtaining a real positive impact on the local population?URBACT II Annual Conference – Copenhagen – December 3th -4th 2012 Page 16
  17. 17. urbactnapoli@comune.napoli.itwww.urbact.eu/useact

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