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PORTUS Port-City Relationship and Urban Waterfront Redevelopment

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37

May 2019
Year XIX

ISSN 2282-5789

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30 | The Netherland Belgium

The maritime DNA of Schiedam offers a promising future for its heritage buildings and old port

Schiedam is a small port-city, with about 80.000 inhabitants in the Rotterdam area. Its current port is a functional part of the greater Port of Rotterdam.

 

Schiedam was founded in Rotterdam; around the … More


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, 31 | The Netherlands - Belgium

Economic impact of (maritime) heritage in the revitalization of waterfront areas

From 2012 until 2017 building volumes in the Netherlands collapsed due to the worldwide economic crisis. In this period the demand for housing (based on the ratio households/actual number of housing units) grew steadily [4]. This has led … More


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, 32 | The Netherlands - Belgium

Antwerp’s ‘Het Eilandje’, heritage as a key to urban redevelopment

Until the 1960s, Het Eilandje (‘the Islet’) in Antwerp was a lively port neighbourhood, where industrial and maritime activities co-existed alongside an active community. The shift of the port’s epicentre to the north led to the neighbourhood’s economic … More


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33 | United Kingdom - Ireland

Preservation and reuse of port heritage: the UK and Ireland

There are more than one hundred ports and harbours in the UK and Ireland, ranging from large port cities like London, Liverpool, Southampton, Dublin to small coastal towns like Ramsgate, Whitstable and Sligo. They all make a significant … More


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34 | United Kingdom - Ireland

Sheerness on the Isle of Sheppey (UK): Conservation and reuse of the Royal Naval Dockyard

It is the river and the sea that have shaped the settlement of Sheerness, a small port town located at the intersection of the river Medway with the Thames estuary on the north-west corner of the Isle of … More


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, 35 | United Kingdom - Ireland

Dublin Port: future proofing the heritage of the port

Harry Gilligan’s “History of the Port of Dublin [1]” published in 1988 is a well-researched and most informative book on the history and development of Dublin Port over the last 1000 years. In the book he describes that … More


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Innovación y preservación. Líneas estratégicas en Barcelona y Nápoles

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Identità e comunità nella rigenerazione dei waterfront

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Napoli città dal Mare

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Memoria del passato e rinnovamento nella città-porto di Napoli

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Desarrollo portuario y relaciones puerto-ciudad. El caso del Puerto de Palma

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Porto e Città Metropolitana, una nuova alleanza

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The port as strategic infrastructure for the metropolitan area of Napoli

The port of Naples – now merged into the Port Authority with ports of Salerno and Castellamare di Stabia – represents such a significant reality for the Metropolitan City of Naples to connote the identity of the whole … More


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Naples Beyond Oil: New Design Approaches in the Era of Retiring Landscapes

Cities and landscapes around the world are the result of many centuries of human interventions. They are a spatial palimpsest of events and processes that have modified the formation of landscapes and cities and, in some cases, even … More


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