The landscape impact of renewable energy facilities requires an approach designed to create a new infrastructure network, compatible with the landscape features and with the agricultural production. It is necessary, therefore, to consider the impact of the energy infrastructures, caused by the large size of the involved area, and consequently their influence on the fruition of the surrounding area and, as a result, on its land value. Our thesis aims to highlight the importance of the analyses of the visibility undertaken on a portion of land characterised by its strongly rural features, and to show, through some study cases, how the control and the management of these performances can be transformed into control and management of the visual-perspective relationship between landscape and observer. It is clear that the visual control alone cannot be considered as a total control of the landscape but it can become an important tool for monitoring transformations in specific areas and a useful tool in the territorial planning process.
|Titolo:||The landscape assessment for new energy facilities. An integrated approach for innovative territorial policies|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2016|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||2.1 Contributo in volume (Capitolo o Saggio)|