After a three-year participatory process, the cities of Salerno and Rijeka, Västra Götaland region and Pakhuis de Zwijger cultural organisation have released their Local Action Plans for Adaptive Reuse of Cultural Heritage.
The 2020 SCORAI International online Conference convened scholars and practitioners from around the world on the theme: Sustainable Consumption & Social Justice in an Urbanizing World. The Conference was organised by the Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts and the KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden.
The fourth HIP meeting organized by the Municipality of Salerno, in collaboration with the research institute IRISS-CNR, was structured in two days to better respond to the needs of local stakeholders.
The third Heritage Innovation Partnership at Pakhuis de Zwijger Foundation was structured in two meetings. […]
From the experience of HIPs Salerno, a close collaboration and synergy with Giardino della Minerva has been developed, which in turn, thanks to the thrust of CLIC project, is pursuing the idea of a European network of historic botanic therapeutic gardens – with others located in Cordoba (Spain), Uppsala (Sweden) and Kos (Greece) – aimed at enhancing the cultural value of Salernitan School of Medicine through a Heritage-led innovation and entrepreneurial approach.
In 2018, CLIC has been formally included in the Strategic Planning Document of the Municipality of Salerno, foreseeing funding to some Cultural Heritage sites mapped by CLIC researchers as abandoned/underused, in synergy with local stakeholders
On Tuesday, 9 July 2019, the second meeting associated with Heritage Innovation Partnership Process was organized with the representatives of all the departments of The City of Rijeka.
Today, June 19, 2019, a technical meeting of the Heritage Innovation Partnerships (HIPs) will be held at the City Hall with the representatives of the administrative sectors of the Municipality of Salerno, in order to present and discuss the first results of the public consultation and of the workshops carried out in the first phase of the CLIC project, and to define a shared vision for the elaboration of the Local Action Plan (LAP) for the reuse of cultural heritage in Salerno, from the perspective of the circular economy and the emerging model of “circular city”.
On Tuesday, 18 June 2019, The City of Rijeka and the University of Nova Gorica organised the third CLIC Heritage Innovation Partnership (HIP) meeting, which was held in the City Hall of Rijeka, Croatia.
The third HIP meeting was held in Västra Götaland Region in partnership with Uppsala University on May 15th, 2019. The key points discussed were: the relation between entrepreneurship and adaptive re-use of historic buildings, place-making and gentrification processes, through the experience of Ringön, and possible lessons learned for the CLIC cases.