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creates a flexible regulatory environment towards adaptive-reuse, that allows for project specific solutions
Adaptive heritage reuse relies on unique solutions depending on the specific heritage site and its social, cultural, environmental, and economic context. These unique solutions can emerge in a regulatory context that is flexible enough to allow some negotiation and thus, offers some space for experimenting. Legislation and the related governance and institutional system provide such an environment if they do not focus on heritage conservation per se but are based on an integrative approach considering heritage in the context of planning, so conservation through development.
- Clark, Justine. 2013. Adaptive Reuse of Industrial Heritage: Opportunities and Challenges. Melbourne: Heritage Council Victoria.
- Leeuwarden Declaration. 2018 “Adaptive Re-use of Built Heritage: Preserving and Enhancing the Values of Our Built Heritage for Future generations.” Adopted by the Architects’ Council of Europe on 23 November 2018 in Leeuwarden. https://www.ace-cae.eu/uploads/tx_jidocumentsview/LEEUWARDEN_STATEMENT_FINAL_EN-NEW.pdf, Accessed 21 February 2020.
- Meurs, Paul et al. 2017. Reuse, Redevelop and Design: How the Dutch Deal with Heritage. Rotterdam: Nai010 publishers.
- Pendlebury, John. 2002. “Conservation and Regeneration: Complementary or Conflicting Processes? The Case of Grainger Town, Newcastle upon Tyne.” Planning Practice & Research 17, No.(2002): 145–158.
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