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  • Reactivation of functionally derelict areas with cultural heritage sites
    Foški, Mojca ...
    Functionally derelict areas (FDAs) refer to not fully utilised land or abandoned land with the impact of its previous use still visible and being of lower utility value, which can have potential for ... further sustainable spatial development and also for protecting undeveloped natural or agricultural land, i.e. greenfield land. This chapter addresses FDAs where there is immovable cultural heritage (ICH) on wholly or partially abandoned sites with substantially reduced functioning. The purpose of this study is to show the possible regulatory solutions at national and local levels for the regeneration/reactivation of FDAs with cultural heritage sites. Analysis of FDAs in Slovenian territory has revealed that problems associated with their regeneration originate from the applicable provisions concerning cultural heritage protection. The relevance of the investigated topic is supported by the fact that in more than a third of all FDAs in Slovenia we recorded various cultural heritage units and legal regimes for their protection, which are included in the national register of immovable cultural heritage. FDAs with the presence of ICH were classified into three groups (A, B, and C) depending on the intensity of the ICH phenomenon in the FDAs. Based on the cases presented in this chapter, we propose various instruments for the reactivation of FDAs with the presence of ICH.
    Vrsta gradiva - članek, sestavni del
    Leto - 2019
    Jezik - angleški
    COBISS.SI-ID - 8682593