This paper proposes an employment development strategy for hinterland areas, based on a new form of economic-social development: the promotion of unused resources of the extra-urban anthropised production landscape, as a new inter-sectoral resource, which unites the aspects of excellence of the landscape and environment with the innovative forms of the advanced cultural districts, social and elite tourism, the agro-food and wine offer at zero kilometre, specialised and reorganised farming. Urban planning helps to overcome the city-countryside dualism, the shortcomings in the management of the territory by public bodies and the lack of interest of the scientific community, by formalising planning strategies, that overcome administrative partitioning. A complex system on which multi-scale, inter-sectoral, compatible, fair projects will be based, saving resources and promoting the way of life in environments characterised by low anthropisation and high landscape-environmental value, with hundreds of small villages and historical centres. Settlement networks that wind over thousands of kilometres in roving serpentine-like ridges, narrow urbanised filaments along the valley bottoms, sprawling neoformations and widespread urbanoide masses of the fringe areas around consolidated centres
Production landscape: regenerative strategies to relaunch the competitiveness of the urban-territorial systems of the hinterland areas in Central Italy / Bedini, MARIA ANGELA; Marinelli, Giovanni. - ELETTRONICO. - (2017), pp. 1-14. (Intervento presentato al convegno “Which borders? Territories between identity and international integration” tenutosi a Ancona nel 20-22 settembre 2016).