Spatial perspectives of new urban-rural governance and inter-regional development programme in Northwest Mecklenburg and Schleswig-Holstein are strongly connected to the enhancement of multi-level dimension of heritage assets. In this framework, the research project Regiobranding (BMBF 2014-2019), presents a methodological framework for scenario evaluation in the context of Future Heritage as territorial resources, particularly significant in contexts where UNESCO regulation and conservation management plan may represent a limit to integrated development programmes, especially when confronted with everyday heritage of former industrial or underused harbor sites, major infrastructure, field and manor estates, tourism facilities.

Baltic Coast Regiobranding: towards a multi-level heritage interpretation

Sommariva E.
2020-01-01

Abstract

Spatial perspectives of new urban-rural governance and inter-regional development programme in Northwest Mecklenburg and Schleswig-Holstein are strongly connected to the enhancement of multi-level dimension of heritage assets. In this framework, the research project Regiobranding (BMBF 2014-2019), presents a methodological framework for scenario evaluation in the context of Future Heritage as territorial resources, particularly significant in contexts where UNESCO regulation and conservation management plan may represent a limit to integrated development programmes, especially when confronted with everyday heritage of former industrial or underused harbor sites, major infrastructure, field and manor estates, tourism facilities.
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