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  1. Library Resource
    Peer-reviewed publication
    November, 2011
    Italy, Europe

    <p>Italian government recently restated its achievement of following with the process of realizing the Messina Strait Bridge (Ponte sullo Stretto) within the investments program for stimulating new growth. Actually because of the economic and financial budget crisis the same Office cut all the national funds at least in the short run till the year 2013. At the same time EU deleted the project from TEN (Trans European Network) agenda. Despite of national government statements, the real destiny of the program is very uncertain.

  2. Library Resource
    Peer-reviewed publication
    May, 2014
    Italy, Europe

    In the vast majority of cities all over the world, urban growth takes place in peri-urban spaces.  City models are in deep crisis facing the disappearance of differences between city and countryside. The urban sprawl of settlements in Italy, and also in Europe, is quite different from sprawl phenomenon and suburbs basically referring to American cities. Urban sprawl is characterized by one-family houses, dispersed in the countryside and by large industrial enclaves close to infrastructures networks. Italian situation can be interpreted as a peri-urban model instead of sprawl condition.

  3. Library Resource
    Peer-reviewed publication
    January, 2014

    Haliç (The Golden Horn) is a mythical place that belongs not only to the history of Istanbul but to the whole of Europe. At Haliç land and sea merge: the natural harbour of ancient Constantinople, home to the naval arsenal and place of delights, it saw its natural and urban state change completely in the final phases of the Ottoman Empire. Its recent history has been marked by a process of intense industrialization, developing uncontrollably on its banks between the 19th and 20th centuries.

  4. Library Resource
    Peer-reviewed publication
    August, 2013

    The research aim to test the information collected through the Italian FADN survey to analyze the characteristics of Italian land market and was referred to accounting year 2009. The value of land is estimated according to the criterion of the most probable market value and is related to an administrative area and a quality culture. Given the similarity of information obtained, the results have been compared with data of  the INEA survey on Land Market published on the website Institute.

  5. Library Resource
    Peer-reviewed publication
    August, 2012

    The present study aims to provide a further contribution to the knowledge about the mechanism of price formation concerning olive orchards and vineyards in a land market of south-west Sicily. Firstly the main characteristics of a sample concerning 42 land properties recently sold in Partanna territory were surveyed and afterwards their relationships between the most relevant among them and the correspondent market prices (both total and unitary sales prices) were investigated through the Multiple Regression Analysis.

  6. Library Resource
    Peer-reviewed publication
    June, 2013

    The land valuation regime has undergone one of its most important modifications at the hands of the 2008 Land Act and its 2011 Regulation. According to the so-called objectivity principle - which defines all established methods for the new basic situations of land - and according to the stated prohibition of taking into consideration building expectations arising from granted planning permission, the fact is that the existence of circumstances that are not a natural consequence of landowner investments made on the property is easily deducible.

  7. Library Resource
    Peer-reviewed publication
    December, 2014

    Building heritage well displays the identity of the people living in different epochs: the knowledge of its original characters, and the preservation and enhancement along time, require documentary interventions, regarding both the buildings constructive features, like dimension, geo-localization and the urban shape, with others more specifically of historical-architectural or material kind.

  8. Library Resource
    Peer-reviewed publication
    December, 2011

    Partendo dai presupposti dettati dai postulati estimativi dell’ordinarietà, della previsione e della comparazione, il legame tra la stima del Valore di Mercato e il Prezzo di Compravendita può essere spiegato da un punto di vista matematico.
    Il modello di Prezzo di Compravendita e un campione estimativo significativo sono strumenti centrali per lo sviluppo di uno dei qualsiasi metodi di stima diretti del Valore di Mercato.

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