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Historic Urban Landscape Approach and Port Cities Regeneration: Naples between Identity and Outlook by Fortuna De Rosa and Maria Di Palma

The aim of this paper is to highlight some perspectives for the sustainable development of Naples, to direct future policies for the city. Continue reading “Historic Urban Landscape Approach and Port Cities Regeneration: Naples between Identity and Outlook by Fortuna De Rosa and Maria Di Palma”

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Waterfront Transformations and City / Port Interface Areas in Hamburg by Schubert

Hamburg has had a major transformation at the urban level within the metropolitan region including the increase of pop­ulation and the challenge to ensure an adequate supply for the housing market and the growing number of households. Continue reading “Waterfront Transformations and City / Port Interface Areas in Hamburg by Schubert”

Issues in Waterfront Regeneration More Sobering Thoughts- A UK Perspective

The Atavistic Desires of the 1980s

Gone are the heady days of the property development boom of the mid and late 1980s when developers and the professions involved in the development process were hard pressed to keep pace with the rates of change or to evaluate the impacts this change was having upon the environment. Continue reading “Issues in Waterfront Regeneration More Sobering Thoughts- A UK Perspective”

Urban WaterFront Revitalization in Developing Countries: The Example of Zanzibar’s Stone Town by Brian Hoyle

Urban waterfront redevelopment, in port cities and other cities on water, is still largely confined to advanced countries. However, it is now impacting upon developing countries as they seek to revive historic cities in post-colonial contexts, including Islamic renewal, urban conservation and tourism development. These trends raise a variety of policy issues and problems, increasingly debated in an expanding literature, and invite comparison between contrasted case studies. Continue reading “Urban WaterFront Revitalization in Developing Countries: The Example of Zanzibar’s Stone Town by Brian Hoyle”

Measuring Intermodalism at European Port Cities: An Employment-based Study by Cesar Ducrueti

This paper proposes a continental approach to the combination of transport functions within European port cities. Continue reading “Measuring Intermodalism at European Port Cities: An Employment-based Study by Cesar Ducrueti”

Global & Local Change On The Port-City Waterfront

Successful waterfront redevelopment requires an understanding of global processes and an appreciation of the distinctiveness of port-city locations. Continue reading “Global & Local Change On The Port-City Waterfront”

Heritage-Based Sustainability In PortSaid

This research is an attempt to specify the attributes in Port Said’s built-heritage, most particularly that which was founded towards the end of 19th and early of 20th centuries. The city’s development not only interacts with European and Islamic architectural characteristics but it also illustrates the story of this development within unique architectural styles. By accurate conservation policies, this built-heritage can not only be saved, but can also help to improve local residents’ quality of life.

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Port Cities and Urban Waterfront by Orianna Giovinazzi

In the wide and complex panorama of urban transformation, waterfront revitalisation is one of the most interesting phenomena of urban renewal of the last decades, bringing ‘cities on water’ around the world to a new leadership. Continue reading “Port Cities and Urban Waterfront by Orianna Giovinazzi”

Sustainable Development of Coastal Cities-Proposal of a Modelling Framework to Achieve Sustainable City – Port Connectivity

Since ports throughout history handled an important kind of transportation, they may dominate the local economy of a coastal city. Continue reading “Sustainable Development of Coastal Cities-Proposal of a Modelling Framework to Achieve Sustainable City – Port Connectivity”

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