Report describing the diagnosis of the Replicators and establishing the baseline for monitoring.
The developed RURITAGE brand and the and related marketing plan and communication strategy will be included in this deliverable
Open Repository collecting and mapping, for each RM, the key SIA related and cross-cutting themes characterizing model heritage-led rural regeneration strategies.
The report will define the main steps and strategies to be taken for exploiting project results
The published called and the agreement signed by the additional Replicators will be included
The guidelines will support Rs to select the local stakeholders to be involved in the RHH
The report will define and present the selected KPIs and the procedure defined to evaluate those
The report defines programmes and procedures to be implemented for the monitoring phase
Open and dynamic Inventory providing the Key Success Factors of successful heritage-led regeneration strategies, their replication potential, related barriers and obstacles
The report will include and describe describing the foreseen actions, the agenda for their implementation, the involved stakeholder, and the human and financial resources involved in each Replicators
This report will present the tailored solutions for the 6 Rs and provide specific recommendation to replicate such solution
This report provides guidance for the co-development, co-implementation and co-monitoring activities in the Replicators
Visual identity developed, website online, social media accounts activated.
A light version of the DSS will be made available for Rs to develop their heritage-led regeneration strategies
Software and the associated report about the functionalities of the My Cult-Rural Toolkit and its user interface. This report will also include a user manual and a developer manual.
Autoren: Carlotta Pivetti, Claudia de Luca, Elisa Conticelli, Simona Tondelli
Veröffentlicht in: Urbanistica informazioni, Issue 278, 2019, Page(s) 66-71, ISSN 0392-5005
Autoren: Conticelli Elisa; Claudia De Luca; Aitziber Egusquiza; Angela Santangelo; Simona Tondelli
Veröffentlicht in: Planning, Nature and Ecosystem Services, Issue 1, 2019, Page(s) 323-332