Roberto Reggi, the Director of State Property, participated in the international conference “Via Francigena in Piacenza, the path of peace”, organized to celebrate the fifteenth anniversary of the European Association of the Via Francigena (AEVF) from April 28 to 30. during his speech Reggi spoke of public property in order to encourage sustainable soft mobility along the Via Francigena, promoting the development of tourism, cultural and economic development of Italy.
Table “The economy of the Via Francigena” Reggi shared the opportunity to re-use of public property to get quality accommodation through paths and trails, the initiative of the State Property Agency, MIT, MiBACT, ANAS and the Club Italian Touring he aims to recover and improve the goods along the main cultural routes, on foot or with other forms of sustainable mobility smooth.
In the working session, moderated by Paolo Rizzi, the Catholic University of Piacenza, they were also heard by Orazio Iacono Trenitalia SpA, Enrico Contidell’Istituto Regional Economic Planning Tuscany, Martina Lucarno, the Catholic University of Milan, Flavio Boscacci, the Politecnico Milan and Gianluca Bambi University of Florence.
The State Agency initiative Property Via Francigena, in particular, aims, on the one hand revive public assets with new and innovative services for pilgrims and tourists, the other to promote youth entrepreneurship and the development of new projects for of associations, also taking advantage of opportunities for art. 24 Decree-Law “Unlock Italy”. The project will involve public property and state property to other organisms, including ‘houses, water and rail outputs, small rural buildings, shelters, etc., under the banner of hospitality enhanced with new solutions you marry completely with the territory. The Agency can thus contribute to the old road of tourism development Canterbury to Rome joined the Apulia ports, already certified as “Cultural Route of the Council of Europe” and a candidate to also receive the UNESCO award.
Roberto Reggi, o Diretor de Propriedade do Estado, participou na conferência internacional da Via Francigena em Piacenza, o caminho da paz, organizado para celebrar o décimo quinto aniversário da Associação Europeia da Via Francigena (AEVF) de 28 de abril a 30. Durante seu discurso Reggi falou de propriedade pública, a fim de incentivar a mobilidade suave sustentável ao longo da Via Francigena, promovendo o desenvolvimento do turismo, o desenvolvimento cultural e económico do território italiano.