In his speech, which opened Saturday, Nov. 28 conference-debate on The Next Rome commissioned by Francesco Rutelli, Michele Mole spoke of the need for a debate on the high Rome the next few years, which puts the proper attention to urban design and the public space, as well as in the most dynamic European capitals and beyond. Necessary, adds Mole, the Rediscovery of Civitas, the space of all.
After this first session ideas will work to a planning document, essential to produce something concrete. The tools are all there. Just bureaucracies and empty formalism: to be formed at a New Urban Renaissance involving the private and the public must share the vision. These are some of the key issues to think about; Citta 'meteopolitana, recovery ratio of the consolidated City and the Tiber, polycentricity' to restore value to the suburbs attracting private interests. Tools are then used to mobilize resources concrete rewards, and new policies that activate slender resources.
In winding-up of a note aimed for the debate which has been discussed for years in Rome, and now even more present, to realize starting from the Archaeological Park of the Forum in Rome, the most important archaeological park in the world, what that alone could attract new tourism and investment capital sufficient to revive the city's role as a primary reference for cultural and tourism internationally.
E 'can see the full policy document written by Michael Mole, together with contributions from other players on the site www.laprossimaroma.it or directly in the link below.