The present document reports on the series of CLIC Historic Urban Landscape (HUL) workshops held within the CLIC project between May 2018 and September 2020 under the leadership of the Eindhoven University of Technology. These workshops aimed to involve relevant local, national and European stakeholders to investigate the cultural heritage adaptive reuse processes. The first three workshops assessed the adaptive reuse of cultural heritage to identify the barriers hampering it and solutions to overcome them. These HUL workshops were held in Amsterdam (NL), Salerno (IT), and Rijeka (HR) and respectively hosted by the CLIC pilot partners Pakhuis de Zwijger, the Municipality of Salerno, and the Municipality of Rijeka. The fourth and the fifth HUL workshops were part of the project-long assessment of the CLIC project. The participants assessed the usability and feasibility of the tools and models developed within the CLIC project and identified the barriers related to their use and implementation within the local contexts of the CLIC pilots (Västra Götaland region, the city of Salerno, the city of Rijeka, and Pakhuis de Zwijger). These HUL workshops were held in Västra Götaland (SE) and online−instead of Amsterdam, due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. For these workshops, the hosting CLIC pilot partners were the Region of Västra Götaland (Västravet department) and Pakhuis de Zwijger. After introducing the CLIC project, this report introduces the UNESCO Historic Urban Landscape approach, the general framework of the HUL workshop, and the detailed report of each workshop. This document consolidates the reports issued by the Eindhoven University of Technology after each workshop.
|Opdrachtgevend orgaan||European Commission Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the grant agreement No 776758|
|Status||Gepubliceerd - 2021|