Urban regeneration in Milano goes through a set of actions aimed at the recovery and redevelopment of an urban space. This process takes place through recovery interventions at the level of infrastructure and services, limiting land consumption to protect environmental sustainability.
The goal of urban regeneration is to help make cities sustainable and more people-friendly. Redeveloping an area or regenerating it is a way to improve the quality of life for citizens, seeking to upgrade the space occupied by people and increase its value, wherever possible.
With the steady decline of building areas regulated by land use discipline, the idea of reclaiming existing spaces and areas as much as possible has begun to spread. For this reason, architects, engineers and planners have revised their priorities by favoring more rational construction and encouraging urban redevelopment actions, especially of the most degraded suburban areas.
There are more than 100 urban regeneration projects - with implementation processes already started - active throughout the territory: these are published and periodically updated on the "Atlas" that the municipality has made available through its website.