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Circular governance models for cultural heritage adaptive reuse: the experimentation of Heritage Innovation Partnerships

Cristina Garzillo; Antonia Gravagnuolo; Stefania Ragozino

The Horizon 2020 project named CLIC (Circular models Leveraging Investments in Cultural heritage adaptive reuse) focuses on governance, local regulation and management and identifies evaluation tools to test, implement, validate and share innovative "circular" financing, business and governance models for the systemic adaptive reuse of cultural heritage in the context of (historical) urban landscapes. This paper presents the experience of the four Heritage Innovation Partnerships (HIPs) each convened
by a tandem of local partners, one academic and the other from the city-region ecosystem (either the local authority in the cases of Salerno and Rijeka, the regional authority in that of Västra Götaland, and an NGO in that of Amsterdam).

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