ADMINISTRATIVE LAW FOR ARCHITECTURE AND URBAN PLANNING
Learning outcomes of the course unit
Knowledge and understanding capabilities:
At the end of the course, students will have a basic knowledge of planning
law and juridical and judicial landscape of the Italian and European
systems in the topic of public procurement and contract.
At the end of the course the student will be able to orient himself in the
world of law, especially in matters concerning planning law and public
Course contents summary
Cultural Heritage law
• Planning law:
· Urban planning rules
· Approval Procedures
· Planning Instruments and Contents
· Sustainable urban planning
• Public contracts:
· Public Proceedings
· Public Contract
· The “traditional” approach to regulating public contracts in the Italian Legal System
· AVCP – ANAC
· Public Tender Process
· Mixed Procurement
· Choice of Procedures
· Restricted Procedures
· Negotiated Procedures
· Electronic and Aggregated Procurement
· Competitive Dialogue
· Innovation Partnership
· Contract of availment
• Construction law
• Environmental and Cultural Heritage law:
· Italian Code of Cultural and Environmental Heritage (d.lgs. 42/2004)
- Slides of the lectures
- Directives no. 2014/23, 2014/24 and 2014/25 (only the articles mentioned in the slides)
- Regional legislation concerning protection and use of the territory
The slides of the lectures, the mentioned Directives and law will be available on Elly’s Platform
At the beginning of the course, we will proceed with a review of some basic concepts of the administrative law of interest to the technical professions (traditional lectures).
Then students, divided into groups, will be invited to study and present to the classroom, using slides and reports, the main topics of the course. Students will be supposed to learn and acquire the contents taken from the materials provided by the Professor using a cooperative way (cooperative learning).
Always divided into groups, students will finally study the systems related to the subject in the different countries that they will choose to virtually visit. Each group will then have to submit one or more report.
After the second step and at the end of the course, students will be invited to discuss their projects with some stakeholders.
Assessment methods and criteria
The evaluation will be distinguished between attending and non-attending students.
• Attending students:
- 40% of the score will be depend on the results of the works of the first step;
- 50 % on the results of the second step work;
- 10% on participation, commitment and cooperation shown during the lessons.
• Non-attending students:
traditional oral examination, where will be evaluated the knowledge of each students on the materials provided by the Professor.