Town Planning Review

Policy and Practice Integrating cultural events and city agendas: examples from Italian/UK practice

Town Planning Review (2019), 90, (6), 587–599.

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DENG, Y., POON, S. and CHAN, E. (2016), ‘Planning mega-event built legacies: a case of Expo 2010’, Habitat International, 53, 163–77. Google Scholar

FERM, J. and JONES, E. (2016), ‘Mixed-use “regeneration”of employment land in the postindustrial city: challenges and realities in London’, European Planning Studies, 24, 1913–36. Google Scholar

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GARCÍA, B. (2012), The Olympic Games and Cultural Policy, New York, Routledge. Google Scholar

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GARCÍA, B., MELVILLE, R. and COX, T. (2010), Creating an Impact: Liverpool’s Experience as European Capital of Culture, Liverpool, Impacts 08. Google Scholar

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GOLD, J. R. and GOLD, M. M. (2017), Olympic Cities: City Agendas, Planning, and the World’s Games, 1896–2020, New York, Routledge. Google Scholar

GOLD, M. M. (2017), ‘Athens 2004’, in Gold and Gold (eds), 333–58. Google Scholar

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JONES, Z. M. and PONZINI, D. (2018), ‘Mega-events and the preservation of urban heritage: literature gaps, potential overlaps and a call for further research’, Journal of Planning Literature, 33, 433–50. Google Scholar

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LIVERPOOL VISION (2000), The Vision: Liverpool World Class City Centre Strategic Regeneration Framework, Liverpool, Liverpool Vision. Google Scholar

LIVERPOOL VISION (2003a), Liverpool City Centre Movement Strategy, Liverpool, Liverpool Vision. Google Scholar

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LIVERPOOL VISION (2004), Liverpool City Centre: Public Realm Implementation Framework, Liverpool, Liverpool Vision. Google Scholar

LIVERPOOL VISION (2008), Evaluation of Liverpool City Centre Movement Strategy, Liverpool, Liverpool Vision. Google Scholar

McDONOUGH, A. and WEKERLE, G. R. (2011), ‘Integrating cultural planning and urban planning: the challenges of implementation’, Canadian Journal of Urban Research, 20, 27–51. Google Scholar

McGILLIVRAY, D. and McPHERSON, G. (2012), ‘Mega events: neoliberalized vehicle or opportunity for strategic global leadership’, Journal of Leadership, Accountability and Ethics, 9, 80–91. Google Scholar

MASTROPIETRO, E. (2007), ‘I Grandi Eventi come occasione di riqualificazione e valorizzazione urbana: Il caso di Genova’, ACME: Annali Della Facoltà Di Lettere e Filosofia Dell’Università Degli Studi Di Milano, 60, 169–207. Google Scholar

MIBACT (2016), Tabella N. 13, http://www.beniculturali.it/mibac/multimedia/MiBAC/documents/1454412380581_Bilancio_di_previsione_2016_TAB_13.pdf (accessed 10 June 2017). Google Scholar

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PERICU, G. (2016), personal interview, 14 November. Google Scholar

PITTARELLO, L. (2001), ‘Molti lavori per un complessivo intervento di restauro urbano’, Arkos, 2, 11–17. Google Scholar

SKEMPTON, T. (2016), email correspondence, 26 April. Google Scholar

SYKES, O. and BROWN, J. (2015), ‘European capitals of culture and urban regeneration: an urban planning perspective from Liverpool’, Urbanistica, 155, 79–85. Google Scholar

URBAN CENTER DI GENOVA (2017), Riqualificazione Urbana, http://www.urbancenter.comune.genova.it/node/78 (accessed 10 June 2017). Google Scholar

BALLETTI, F. (2005), ‘The regeneration “beyond the center”: the complex programs’, Urbanistica, 57, 83–85. Google Scholar

BASSO, M. (2017), Grandi eventi e politiche urbane: Governare ‘routine eccezionali’ un confronto internazionale, Milan, Guerni e Associati. Google Scholar

BONFANTINI, G. B. (2015), ‘Historic urbanscapes for tomorrow, two Italian cases: Genoa and Bologna’, European Spatial Research and Policy, 22, 57–71. Google Scholar

BULLEN, C. (2013), A Comparison of Liverpool (UK) and Marseilles (France), European Cultural Foundation. Google Scholar

BALLETTI, F. (2005), ‘The regeneration “beyond the center”: the complex programs’, Urbanistica, 57, 83–85. Google Scholar

COMUNE DI GENOVA (1999), 1 Sessione ‘Genova: città della cultura e del turismo’. Genova: Le Vie Del Mediterraneo All’europa (report presented at the Conferenza strategica della città di Genova). Google Scholar

BASSO, M. (2017), Grandi eventi e politiche urbane: Governare ‘routine eccezionali’ un confronto internazionale, Milan, Guerni e Associati. Google Scholar

COMUNE DI GENOVA (2000), Il Piano Operativo per il Centro Storico, Genoa. Google Scholar

BONFANTINI, G. B. (2015), ‘Historic urbanscapes for tomorrow, two Italian cases: Genoa and Bologna’, European Spatial Research and Policy, 22, 57–71. Google Scholar

COMUNE DI GENOVA (2015), Annuario Statistico, Edizione 2015, http://statistica.comune.genova.it/pubblicazioni/download/annuario/ANNUARIO%202015/ANNUARIO%202015.pdf. Google Scholar

BULLEN, C. (2013), A Comparison of Liverpool (UK) and Marseilles (France), European Cultural Foundation. Google Scholar

DA MOLO, E. (2016), personal interview, 15 November. Google Scholar

COMUNE DI GENOVA (1999), 1 Sessione ‘Genova: città della cultura e del turismo’. Genova: Le Vie Del Mediterraneo All’europa (report presented at the Conferenza strategica della città di Genova). Google Scholar

DAVIS, J. and THORNLEY, A. (2010), ‘Urban regeneration for the London 2012 Olympics: issues of land acquisition and legacy’, City, Culture and Society, 1, 89–98. Google Scholar

DENG, Y., POON, S. and CHAN, E. (2016), ‘Planning mega-event built legacies: a case of Expo 2010’, Habitat International, 53, 163–77. Google Scholar

COMUNE DI GENOVA (2000), Il Piano Operativo per il Centro Storico, Genoa. Google Scholar

FERM, J. and JONES, E. (2016), ‘Mixed-use “regeneration”of employment land in the postindustrial city: challenges and realities in London’, European Planning Studies, 24, 1913–36. Google Scholar

COMUNE DI GENOVA (2015), Annuario Statistico, Edizione 2015, http://statistica.comune.genova.it/pubblicazioni/download/annuario/ANNUARIO%202015/ANNUARIO%202015.pdf. Google Scholar

DA MOLO, E. (2016), personal interview, 15 November. Google Scholar

GABRIELLI, B. (2005), ‘Genova, un piano strategico di natura operativa ei suoi esiti’, Urbanistica, 126, 57–63. Google Scholar

DAVIS, J. and THORNLEY, A. (2010), ‘Urban regeneration for the London 2012 Olympics: issues of land acquisition and legacy’, City, Culture and Society, 1, 89–98. Google Scholar

GARCÍA, B. (2012), The Olympic Games and Cultural Policy, New York, Routledge. Google Scholar

DENG, Y., POON, S. and CHAN, E. (2016), ‘Planning mega-event built legacies: a case of Expo 2010’, Habitat International, 53, 163–77. Google Scholar

GARCÍA, B. and COX, T. (2013), European Capitals of Culture: Success Strategies and Long-Term Effects, Luxembourg, European Parliament Committee on Culture and Education. Google Scholar

GARCÍA, B., MELVILLE, R. and COX, T. (2010), Creating an Impact: Liverpool’s Experience as European Capital of Culture, Liverpool, Impacts 08. Google Scholar

FERM, J. and JONES, E. (2016), ‘Mixed-use “regeneration”of employment land in the postindustrial city: challenges and realities in London’, European Planning Studies, 24, 1913–36. Google Scholar

GASTALDI, F. (2009), ‘Genova, dalle Colombiane a Capitale Europea della Cultura: Grandi eventi e processi di rigenerazione urbana’, Territorio, 110–14. Google Scholar

GABRIELLI, B. (2005), ‘Genova, un piano strategico di natura operativa ei suoi esiti’, Urbanistica, 126, 57–63. Google Scholar

GOLD, J. R. and GOLD, M. M. (2017), Olympic Cities: City Agendas, Planning, and the World’s Games, 1896–2020, New York, Routledge. Google Scholar

GARCÍA, B. (2012), The Olympic Games and Cultural Policy, New York, Routledge. Google Scholar

GOLD, M. M. (2017), ‘Athens 2004’, in Gold and Gold (eds), 333–58. Google Scholar

GARCÍA, B. and COX, T. (2013), European Capitals of Culture: Success Strategies and Long-Term Effects, Luxembourg, European Parliament Committee on Culture and Education. Google Scholar

IMMLER, N. L. and SAKKERS, H. (2014), ‘(Re)Programming Europe: European Capitals of Culture: rethinking the role of culture’, Journal of European Studies, 44, 3–29. Google Scholar

GARCÍA, B., MELVILLE, R. and COX, T. (2010), Creating an Impact: Liverpool’s Experience as European Capital of Culture, Liverpool, Impacts 08. Google Scholar

GASTALDI, F. (2009), ‘Genova, dalle Colombiane a Capitale Europea della Cultura: Grandi eventi e processi di rigenerazione urbana’, Territorio, 110–14. Google Scholar

JONES, Z. M. (2017), ‘Synergies and frictions between mega-events and local urban heritage’, Built Heritage, 1, 22–36. Google Scholar

JONES, Z. M. and PONZINI, D. (2018), ‘Mega-events and the preservation of urban heritage: literature gaps, potential overlaps and a call for further research’, Journal of Planning Literature, 33, 433–50. Google Scholar

GOLD, J. R. and GOLD, M. M. (2017), Olympic Cities: City Agendas, Planning, and the World’s Games, 1896–2020, New York, Routledge. Google Scholar

KNOWLTON, E. (2017), ‘Here is what the abandoned venues of the Rio Olympics look like just 6 months after the games’, Business Insider, https://www.businessinsider.com/rio-olympicvenues-are-abandoned-just-6-months-after-games-2017-2?IR=T (accessed 14 January 2019). Google Scholar

GOLD, M. M. (2017), ‘Athens 2004’, in Gold and Gold (eds), 333–58. Google Scholar

LÄHDESMÄKI, T. (2013), ‘Cultural activism as a counter-discourse to the European Capital of Culture programme: the case of Turku 2011’, European Journal of Cultural Studies, 16, 598–619. Google Scholar

IMMLER, N. L. and SAKKERS, H. (2014), ‘(Re)Programming Europe: European Capitals of Culture: rethinking the role of culture’, Journal of European Studies, 44, 3–29. Google Scholar

JONES, Z. M. (2017), ‘Synergies and frictions between mega-events and local urban heritage’, Built Heritage, 1, 22–36. Google Scholar

LIVERPOOL VISION (2000), The Vision: Liverpool World Class City Centre Strategic Regeneration Framework, Liverpool, Liverpool Vision. Google Scholar

JONES, Z. M. and PONZINI, D. (2018), ‘Mega-events and the preservation of urban heritage: literature gaps, potential overlaps and a call for further research’, Journal of Planning Literature, 33, 433–50. Google Scholar

LIVERPOOL VISION (2003a), Liverpool City Centre Movement Strategy, Liverpool, Liverpool Vision. Google Scholar

LIVERPOOL VISION (2003b), The Liverpool City Region Winning Tourism for England’s North West: A Vision and Strategy for Tourism to 2015, Liverpool, Liverpool Vision. Google Scholar

KNOWLTON, E. (2017), ‘Here is what the abandoned venues of the Rio Olympics look like just 6 months after the games’, Business Insider, https://www.businessinsider.com/rio-olympicvenues-are-abandoned-just-6-months-after-games-2017-2?IR=T (accessed 14 January 2019). Google Scholar

LIVERPOOL VISION (2004), Liverpool City Centre: Public Realm Implementation Framework, Liverpool, Liverpool Vision. Google Scholar

LÄHDESMÄKI, T. (2013), ‘Cultural activism as a counter-discourse to the European Capital of Culture programme: the case of Turku 2011’, European Journal of Cultural Studies, 16, 598–619. Google Scholar

LIVERPOOL VISION (2008), Evaluation of Liverpool City Centre Movement Strategy, Liverpool, Liverpool Vision. Google Scholar

LIVERPOOL VISION (2000), The Vision: Liverpool World Class City Centre Strategic Regeneration Framework, Liverpool, Liverpool Vision. Google Scholar

McDONOUGH, A. and WEKERLE, G. R. (2011), ‘Integrating cultural planning and urban planning: the challenges of implementation’, Canadian Journal of Urban Research, 20, 27–51. Google Scholar

LIVERPOOL VISION (2003a), Liverpool City Centre Movement Strategy, Liverpool, Liverpool Vision. Google Scholar

LIVERPOOL VISION (2003b), The Liverpool City Region Winning Tourism for England’s North West: A Vision and Strategy for Tourism to 2015, Liverpool, Liverpool Vision. Google Scholar

McGILLIVRAY, D. and McPHERSON, G. (2012), ‘Mega events: neoliberalized vehicle or opportunity for strategic global leadership’, Journal of Leadership, Accountability and Ethics, 9, 80–91. Google Scholar

LIVERPOOL VISION (2004), Liverpool City Centre: Public Realm Implementation Framework, Liverpool, Liverpool Vision. Google Scholar

MASTROPIETRO, E. (2007), ‘I Grandi Eventi come occasione di riqualificazione e valorizzazione urbana: Il caso di Genova’, ACME: Annali Della Facoltà Di Lettere e Filosofia Dell’Università Degli Studi Di Milano, 60, 169–207. Google Scholar

MIBACT (2016), Tabella N. 13, http://www.beniculturali.it/mibac/multimedia/MiBAC/documents/1454412380581_Bilancio_di_previsione_2016_TAB_13.pdf (accessed 10 June 2017). Google Scholar

LIVERPOOL VISION (2008), Evaluation of Liverpool City Centre Movement Strategy, Liverpool, Liverpool Vision. Google Scholar

McDONOUGH, A. and WEKERLE, G. R. (2011), ‘Integrating cultural planning and urban planning: the challenges of implementation’, Canadian Journal of Urban Research, 20, 27–51. Google Scholar

MORANDI, C. and DI VITA, S. (2017), Mega-events and Legacies in Post-metropolitan Spaces: Expos and Urban Agendas, Cham, Palgrave MacMillan. Google Scholar

PERICU, G. (2016), personal interview, 14 November. Google Scholar

McGILLIVRAY, D. and McPHERSON, G. (2012), ‘Mega events: neoliberalized vehicle or opportunity for strategic global leadership’, Journal of Leadership, Accountability and Ethics, 9, 80–91. Google Scholar

PITTARELLO, L. (2001), ‘Molti lavori per un complessivo intervento di restauro urbano’, Arkos, 2, 11–17. Google Scholar

MASTROPIETRO, E. (2007), ‘I Grandi Eventi come occasione di riqualificazione e valorizzazione urbana: Il caso di Genova’, ACME: Annali Della Facoltà Di Lettere e Filosofia Dell’Università Degli Studi Di Milano, 60, 169–207. Google Scholar

SKEMPTON, T. (2016), email correspondence, 26 April. Google Scholar

MIBACT (2016), Tabella N. 13, http://www.beniculturali.it/mibac/multimedia/MiBAC/documents/1454412380581_Bilancio_di_previsione_2016_TAB_13.pdf (accessed 10 June 2017). Google Scholar

MORANDI, C. and DI VITA, S. (2017), Mega-events and Legacies in Post-metropolitan Spaces: Expos and Urban Agendas, Cham, Palgrave MacMillan. Google Scholar

SYKES, O. and BROWN, J. (2015), ‘European capitals of culture and urban regeneration: an urban planning perspective from Liverpool’, Urbanistica, 155, 79–85. Google Scholar

PERICU, G. (2016), personal interview, 14 November. Google Scholar

URBAN CENTER DI GENOVA (2017), Riqualificazione Urbana, http://www.urbancenter.comune.genova.it/node/78 (accessed 10 June 2017). Google Scholar

PITTARELLO, L. (2001), ‘Molti lavori per un complessivo intervento di restauro urbano’, Arkos, 2, 11–17. Google Scholar

SKEMPTON, T. (2016), email correspondence, 26 April. Google Scholar

SYKES, O. and BROWN, J. (2015), ‘European capitals of culture and urban regeneration: an urban planning perspective from Liverpool’, Urbanistica, 155, 79–85. Google Scholar

URBAN CENTER DI GENOVA (2017), Riqualificazione Urbana, http://www.urbancenter.comune.genova.it/node/78 (accessed 10 June 2017). Google Scholar

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